BOSCO CATHOLIC SCHOOL CANCER AWARENESS NIGHT The Bosco Catholic School System, along with their opponents Colo Nesco in Volleyball and English Valleys in Football, will host a "NO ONE FIGHTS ALONE CANCER WEEK" the week of September 21st. The Bosco Booster Club is pleased to announce they will be selling "NO ONE FIGHTS ALONE" Shirts starting TODAY through September . . .
Archdiocese of Dubuque Family Conference November 7, 2015 at 5 Sullivan Brothers Conference Center, Waterloo, IA from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm . Register Today! $40 per person. Early registration special: $35/person before October 1st . Program includes nationally acclaimed presenters; . . .
The Bosco Catholic School System relies on the support of our alumni, families and friends throughout the year for assistance with our day to day operating costs not covered by tuition or parish subsidies. With these funds we can work to provide the most up to date technology, enhance existing programs, or have the ability to add new projects and programs to make sure our students have every resource needed to get the best education we can provide. With your gifts of support, we can make that dream a reality. The list below provides information for just a few of the numerous ways to give. Outright Gifts – Cash, Checks or Credit Cards If you would like to make this type of gift, please fill out our pledge form and enclose it with your gift. Pledge Form Checks should be made payable to: Bosco Catholic School System PO Box 405 Gilbertville, IA . . .
What is the Annual Fund? The Annual Fund is an organized campaign appeal for general operating funds for the Bosco Catholic School System. It is comprised of gifts from alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty and staff, friends and area businesses. Why is it needed? There is always a gap between the amount of tuition received and what it costs to actually educate a student. For this reason, nearly every independent school in the country, from elementary to universities, relies on an annual fund to make up the difference not covered by tuition payments. The goal of the campaign is to supplement the general operating budget of the school, thus keeping tuition affordable and accessible, while providing the opportunity for continually enhanced programs and quality faculty . Why make a gift? Only with generous and consistent support can the Bosco Catholic School System provide and maintain the highest quality educational experience possible for our students today and in the future, thus helping them become the best they can be, both intellectually and spiritually. . . .
Thank you to everyone who attended our two recent big events - the Booster Club Golf Outing and the Bus Bash - and to all those who purchased peaches this summer! Congratulations to all the auction and prize winners! If you were not able to attend, you missed out on some fantastic prizes. Special thanks to all the organizers and volunteers. It's a lot of work to coordinate those events, but you make them very special and lots of fun! There was a great turnout for each and the money raised will make a significant impact on our . . .
Membership in the Bosco Catholic School System Legacy Society recognizes individuals who have made planned gifts to the school. By joining the Legacy Society, you can not only establish a lasting memorial for yourself or a loved one, but you also help ensure that the ongoing success of our faith based education continues well into the future. If you are thinking about a gift, or have already made provisions for a gift to the Bosco Catholic School System in your will, but have not let us know, please complete the form attached to the link below and return it to us so we can appropriately recognize your commitment. If you would like to receive information on how to include the Bosco Catholic School System in your estate plans, please send an email to the web address below: email@example.com. .
Please stay in touch. Whether you've recently graduated, or just recently moved, please email or drop us a note with your new information. Bosco Catholic School System PO Box 106 Gilbertville, IA 50634 Or, by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Calling All Class Representatives!! Are you a representative for your DBHS class? If so, we need to know. We are trying to collect contact information for all class representatives so we can better communicate with our graduates for reunion and other information. Please call Debra Walker at (319) 296-1606 or email at email@example.com to update us.
Are you a representative for your DBHS class? If so, we need to know. We are trying to collect contact information for all class representatives so we can better communicate with our graduates for reunion and other information. Please call Debra Walker at (319) 296-1606 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to update us.
2015 Fall Play Don Bosco High School Presents: An adaptation of Carlo Collodi’s classic Pinocchio
The long lost annual Alumni Dance is back! After a 10 year absence, the dance will be back this year on Friday, November 27. It will be held at the Legion Hall starting with a social at 7:00pm and a band, The Lovehandles, playing from 8:00pm to midnight. In case you are not familiar with the band, you will be interested to know they are led by Don Bosco alum Jim Scheffert, class of 1986. The event is being spearheaded by a small, dedicated group of alumni who are working hard to get the word out. We are hoping for a big turnout to kickoff the return of this annual event. More information will follow in the coming months so keep checking this page!
Don Bosco HS Monthly Newsletters Don Bosco Newsletters go out at the end of each month. Information for the Don Bosco Newsletter is due by the 25th of each month. Submit information for this newsletter to: email@example.com DON BOSCO MONTHLY NEWSLETTERS September 2015 Newsletter Summer 2015
Information for the weekly IC-St. Joseph Newsletter is due by 8AM on Wednesday. Submit information to firstname.lastname@example.org . 2015 - 2016 NEWSLETTERS September 3, 2015 August 28, 2015 Summer 2015 May 21, 2015 (Supply list)
SCRIP Program SCRIP Order Form Shop with SCRIP Delivery Form SCRIP Delivery Waiver and Distribution Form - MUST BE FILLED OUT BY THOSE WHO GIVE THEIR CREDIT TO ANYONE ELSE WE NO LONGER USE SCRIP ID #'s - if you want your tuition credit to go to anyone other than yourself you MUST FILL OUT A DISTRIBUTION FORM. These forms only need to be filled out once. We keep them on file at the Gilbertville Farmer's State Bank location. You fill out and sign this form indicating who you want your tuition credit to go to. Leave your signed form at the bank and we will update your information so the credit goes to the appropriate families. IF YOU HAVE STUDENTS IN SCHOOL, YOU WILL AUTOMATICALLY GET YOUR TUITION CREDIT FOR YOUR PURCHASES. YOU ONLY NEED TO FILL OUT THE FORM ABOVE IF WE SEND ORDERS HOME WITH YOUR STUDENTS TO INDICATE YOUR PERMISSION TO SEND ORDERS HOME WITH STUDENTS. AGAIN - IF YOU DO NOT HAVE STUDENTS IN SCHOOL (GRANDPARENTS, ETC) AND WANT TO GIVE YOUR CREDIT TO ANYONE ELSE FOR TUITION YOU MUST FILL OUT THIS FORM, SIGN AND DATE IT . IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THIS FORM ON . . .
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