Bolt - Parent Newsletter
Dear friends, We are getting ready to celebrate a special time in our school. Catholic Schools Week is a very special time for our school. This year’s theme is Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service. We get to celebrate our faith, community, school, and have some fun along the way. Throughout the week we will have different appreciation days. Monday will be our Priest and Religious day. We will have the Bishop at school to do
About our Parent Newsletter
The BOLT newsletter is printed and mailed to each parent/guardian who requests a copy. Starting in the fall of 2021, all parents will receive a copy of the Summer and August issue. Adjustments may be made throughout this first trial year. Contact Communications@piusx.net for more information.
Everyone will receive our new monthly digital newsletter via email. Survey results indicated 60% of our responding parents do not want a printed newsletter, 20% want both printed and emailed, and another 20% want printed with no email. This email will be designed as easy to scroll through for a glance and click for more information on our website.
Other ways Pius X communicates to families include:
- Weekly principal email: Principal Terry Kathol will send a weekly email highlighting important events, updates and successes.
- Counseling Center email: Our counseling department will send occasional emails with important information about scholarships and other post-secondary information. These are mostly targeted toward seniors and occasionally juniors, too.
- Athletics and Activities: Coaches use various methods to communications with students and their families. Information for each sport or activity is provided by coaches and sponsors.
- Social Media: Pius X will share stories about our school via Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube. If you are so inclined, please like/follow any account you wish and help us share the good news about Pius X.
- Digital Calendars: Pius X is developing various calendars that enable you to subscribe to them, thus adding them to most commonly-used digital calendars (Google, iCal, Outlook, etc.). More information will be available on this initiative later this summer.