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CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS WITH PBSA

The 16th Annual Parents of Black Students Association (PBSA) Holiday Potluck will be held on Monday, December 11, at 5:30 pm in the Gymnasium and Performance Center. This event is open to the entire St. Patrick's community.

Come celebrate family and community with us. Enjoy great food, conversation, and some great surprises.

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#GIVINGTUESDAY 2017 A SMASHING SUCCESS

St. Patrick's received an amazing outpouring of support on #GivingTuesday, more than tripling our $33,000 match in gifts and pledges made yesterday to raise a total of $140,000 for the Day School's Annual Fund!

We are moved by, inspired by, and incredibly grateful for the generosity of our matching-gift donor and the generosity of the many givers who have invested in our students and faculty, not only on #GivingTuesday but every day. If you are inspired to keep the momentum going, please make your gift or pledge to the Annual Fund now.

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STUDENT PLANNING IS WELL UNDERWAY FOR GIFTS FOR GOOD

Grade 5 students presented their grant proposals for the Gifts for Good alternative gift fair to members of the Gifts for Good Planning Committee and the Parents Association Tuesday. Students seek $25 grants from the PA to buy materials to create token gifts and supplies to create table displays for the fair on Saturday, December 9, from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm in the Gymnasium and Performance Center.

Each year at Gifts for Good, attendees make donations to a variety of organizations in exchange for token gifts that can be given to family and friends in place of more traditional consumer products. With PA funds to offset expenses, proceeds from each Gifts for Good table can go to supporting the organizations researched by students.

This year's fair will support a variety of local, domestic, and international organizations such as No Kid Hungry, United for Puerto Rico, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and Horizons Greater Washington, along with our annual support of St. Etienne, our partner school in Haiti.

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