Bench Program Thank You!

A big THANK YOU to all St. Agatha students, friends and families for collecting bottle caps for our bench program!

Your efforts collected 500 pounds of bottle caps that students helped sort, weigh, and load into Mrs. Thomas’ van. On Tuesday, September 10, 2019 these bottle caps were driven to Evansville, IN and recycled to acquire two 6′ benches and one 4′ bench to help beautify our campus. Thank you Bob and Peggy Schultz for the use of your trailer and time to help transport the benches.

Last year’s graduating 8th grade class donated the funds to cover the manufacturing expenses of one of the 6′ benches, placed in the courtyard. The funds to cover our two new playground benches were graciously donated by the Draper family (Mikayla 2nd and Ellie K).

We will continue to collect bottle caps in the hopes that we will be able to fund some more benches to place around campus. Donation buckets for bottle caps are located in the main school lobby, and by the Kindergarten sign in sheet. If you have any questions regarding the program please contact Mrs. Thomas (Kindergarten).

Congratulations to Alec Skinner!

Alec was recently spotlighted by the Winchester Sun for planting 50 white pine trees at Camp Burnamwood in Estill County. The reforestation project was necessary because of beaver damage to the local tree population. Thanks Alec, for being a good citizen and caring about the environment!

Congratulations Cross Country Team

The SAA Cross Country Team ran their first meet of the season Saturday at the Bourbon County Colonel Charge.

Our runners ran great races and we had two Admirals place in the top 20:

  • Audra Hoefner (2nd Grade) placed 5th in the girls K-2
  • Marissa Thomas (3rd grade) placed 15th in girls 3-5

Congratulations Jayde Cantrell

Congratulations to Jayde Cantrell for winning in the following categories at the Kentucky State Fair:

  • Champion Dorset Ewe
  • Overall KY Proud Champion Ewe
  • 1st, 2nd, and 5th Place Market Lamb

Welcome Back!

I want to welcome to all new and returning parents of Saint Agatha students! We now have 2 very successful orientations behind us. I want to thank all the teachers and staff who worked hard to prepare and ensure that we get the new year started without interruption. I hope you found the orientation sessions helpful. If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s teacher, Mrs. Gilbert, or myself.
Wednesday was the big day! The fresh start of a new school year of Montessori and Classical education. I am so excited for the opportunity to watch your children grow in knowledge (facts / information), in wisdom (ability to discern), and in their faith. I am proud to be leading such a fine institution and talented staff. Keep me in your prayers as we embark on this new adventure.
Dcn. Ron

Bus Transportation

Please complete bus registration at orientation

St. Patrick Church/Royal Oaks Route
Begins Wednesday, August 14th
Morning:  St. Patrick Church riders depart for SAA promptly at 7:15 AM
Afternoon:  Departs SAA for Royal Oaks at 2:50, arrives St. Patrick Church at approximately 3:35 – 3:45 PM

Winchester (KY River Foothills) Afternoon Route
Begins Monday, August 19th

Please complete bus registration at orientation
Limited Area Service to: GRC, Campbell Middle School, Stoney Brook, 

Earlymead / Mallard Place, US60, etc

Uniform Reminders

* Skirts, skorts, and shorts must be no more than one inch above knee

* Leggings may be worn under skirts or skorts after Thanksgiving break,
and leggings must be worn down to the ankle.

* Belts:  Navy Blue, black, brown, or tan.
Tan embroidered belts are allowed
(No powder blue, aqua blue, sliver, white, sequined, or rhinestones)

* Preferred shoe of choice: Sneakers (No sparkles or sequins or lights)
Sperrys or sperry-type shoe with tread may be worn.
Sneakers and sperry-type shoes must always be worn with socks.
Socks must be easily visible to teacher.

** No Boots **
(Girls and Boys)
If rain or snow boots are worn to school, students must change into sneakers or sperry-type shoe prior to morning Prayer & Pledge.

Cross Country

If you are interested in your child participating in running Cross Country at St. Agatha, please contact Jason Thomas at:

SAA Students Perform In All-State Kentucky Music Event

Larah BallardAbigail BoarmanSt. Agatha Academy students Abigail Boarman and Larah Ballard traveled to Louisville February 4-5 to sing with All-State groups at the Kentucky Music Educators Association Convention. Abi was in the Kentucky Children’s Chorus for 5th and 6th graders; Larah was in the Kentucky Junior High Treble Chorus.