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Elementary Math-A-Thon (Click here for more information)

Hello Hornet Parents,
I hope you’re all doing excellent. I want to take this time to inform you about a fundraiser called Math-A-Thon. I totally understand that you are flooded with busy schedules this time of year, but I am asking you to use your resources and help support St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Most fundraisers we put on benefit our kids and our school. This is a fantastic opportunity to teach our kids about giving back. I ask you to please extend your prayers and use your contacts to help.

CESPC will participate in the St. Jude Math-A-Thon. This fundraiser will not only help our students advance their math skills but also help St. Jude’s children and their families. All money raised will be donated to help patients and their families for the duration of their stay at the hospital.

Patients at St. Jude’s Hospital never receive a bill! The children’s families are setup with housing, food, and transportation so that they can focus on their kids during treatments. Unlike most organizations, St. Jude is 100% non-profit. These are amazing kids fighting so hard to beat their illnesses. Let’s help them fight!
There are close to 400 students in the elementary. We’re asking that you reach out to your family and friends for help. If each student raises just $50, that would give a donation in the amount of $20,000. How AMAZING would that be?

Please see the packets sent home with your kid for information and directions. You can also go to mathathon.org and find our school and sign up. We are listed as “Cath Elem School-Pointe Coupee.” Any questions you may have, please contact Lauren Doucet via email provided below.

Let’s show these kids our love and support!
Money Due on December 14, 2018

Thanks for all you do,
Lauren Doucet
ldoucet@catholicpc.com
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U.S. Youth Senate Program

Grace Gosserand and Justin Vosburg will represent Catholic of Pointe Coupee in the United States Senate Youth Program contest. Program requirements are involvement in school, elected or appointed positions or offices, and students must be actively serving in leadership positions. They will compete against other state nominees to represent Louisiana in the 57th Annual Washington Week, March 2-9, 2019. Grace is the daughter of Brandon and Brandy Gosserand of Ventress. Justin is the son of Chad and Jennifer Vosburg of New Roads.
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Prudential Spirit of Community Award

Julia LeJeune has been nominated to represent Catholic of Pointe Coupee for the 2019 Prudential Spirit of Community Award. Julia’s selection is in recognition of her exceptional volunteer efforts at school, church, and in her community. She will participate with other nominees to potentially be named as a State Honoree. Should she be chosen to represent Louisiana, she will go on to compete nationally for America’s top youth volunteers of the year. Julia is the daughter of Travis and Cathy LeJeune of Livonia.
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Wendy's High School Heisman Award

Kaleb McDowell and Jenna Smith have been recognized by Catholic of Pointe Coupee for being above average students academically, athletically, and possessing leadership qualities. They will complete on a state level with other nominees who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher, participate in at least one of the 47 sports recognized by the National Federation of State High School Association, are sponsored by their school, and serve as a role model and leader in their school and community. Should they be selected as the Louisiana honorees, they will compete on the national level against 98 other state nominees. Kaleb is the son of Kenneth and Delilah McDowell of Ventress. Jenna is the daughter of Scott and Emily Smith of Ventress.
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