Epiphany Day School

Epiphany Day School is a co-educational independent school founded by Episcopalians for Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade. We provide a challenging academic program enhanced by arts integration and experiential learning. We value scholarship, honor, and service. 

Epiphany Day School does not discriminate on the basis of physical disability, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in admissions/administrative policies and programs.

Monday, March 16th

  • Mon., March 16th: 6 p.m. Cub Scout meeting in the Parish Hall.
  • Tues., March 17th- Spring pictures. Students may wear any spring clothes but please be sure to wear or bring shoes suitable for recess and P.E.
  • Friday, March 20th- Jean/Jersey/Spirit Day

Next week is "Wacky Week!" See below for more information.

EDS Parents club is hosting a "Coffee & Muffins" for all parents on Friday, March 20th at 8 a.m. in the Board room of the school office.  Bring your favorite coffee mug and come and sit for a spell with the Parent Club Officers.

Due to scheduling conflicts; there are a few spots available to be a Dragon Boat participant.  Contact Emily Crochet atemilycrochet3@gmail.com

SPOTS AVAILABLE in the following items.  Please contact Paulette and let her know if you are interested.  She can charge it to your account if you would like.  

 Big Screen Beach Bash - EDS campus April 17 3:30 – 5:30-

Ø E.D.S. second, third and fourth grade students are invited to join Ms. Coty, Ms. Olivia and Fr. Boudreaux for a viewing of Teen Beach Movie. Bring a beach towel and water bottle to an after-school beach party! Students may wear shorts, t-shirts and flip flops.  No swimsuits, please. *Cost $20 per student. Limit 12 students.

§ Coty Eastin, Olivia Morgan, Fr. Matt Boudreaux

 

Crochet Lesson with Ms. O- cost is $60 per pair

Ø Parent-Child Crochet Lessons. Three sessions. Sessions one and two will be in consecutive weeks and will include learning the first three basic stitches. In Session two, Ms. O will help participants select a project and yarn to complete it. Session three will be a follow-up after 3 weeks and will give participants a chance to display their projects. All materials are included and Ms. O will troubleshoot individually throughout completion of the projects. Limit 6 parent/child pairs.

§ Kathleen O’Shaughnessy 

 

Game-a-thon - EDS campus    May 1   3:30 – 5:30

Ø I win! You win! We all win when we have fun together. Join Fr. Boudreaux, Ms. Olivia and Ms. Coty for an afternoon of game playing. We will provide card games, board games and dice games, such as Ruckus, Blockus, Set and Word Swap.  Are you the Game Master?  Join us to find out! Snacks will be provided.*Cost $20 per student (Grades 3rd-5th). Limit 12 students

§ Coty Eastin, Olivia Morgan, Fr. Matt Boudreaux

 

SAVE THE DATES:

  • Welcome Wednesdays:  Every Wednesday at EDS, we offer school tours from 8 a.m.-2 p.m.  If you know of anyone who may be interested in attending EDS, this is a great opportunity for them to see our school in action. 
  • Monday, March 23rd- Friday, March 27th- "Wacky Dress" Week.  See more information HERE.
  • Wed., March 25th
    • Deadline for hot lunch forms.  Download the form HERE
    • 4 p.m. Dragon Boat practice 
  • Thurs., March 26th- re-scheduled "Family Math Night" (5:30 p.m.-7:00 p.m.)
  • Fri., March 27th: 1st Graders to visit Azalea Estates.
  • Sat., March 28th The Dragon Boat Festival at Bouligny Plaza.  

If you would like your child to participate in the birthday book club, download the form HERE. 

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Epiphany Day School does not discriminate on the basis of physical ability, race, color, religion or ethnic origin in admissions/administrative policies and programs.