You are cordially invited to the Annual Christmas Dinner (lunch!) on Wedneseday, December 12th! Sponsored by the Junior Class, the dinner menu includes turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, green beans, dessert & a drink. Plates are $7.00 for those 12 & older and $5.00 for those 11 and under. Click here for special lunch periods for […]
Raffle tickets are here, and ready to be picked up for selling! There are some fabulous prizes for this year’s raffle – including several Caribbean vacation destinations! As a reminder, as part of your tuition agreement, ALL families are required to sell a minimum of twenty (20) raffle tickets, at $10 each, unless you paid […]
The High School Performing Arts class is pleased to present Ed Monk’s short drama, Booby Trap, the one-act play that they performed at the TAPPS district competition earlier this fall. Join them on Wednesday, November 28, at 7pm for a special evening performance. Play synopsis: In the near future, an American soldier sits in a […]
The students and parents of the Class of 2019 are making pork tamales! Order yours today for all your Christmas holiday parties and dinners for only $12 a dozen! Tamales will be made fresh the weekend of 12/1-12/2 and will be available for pick-up at the school cafeteria on Sunday, 12/2, between 1-3pm and Monday, […]
What is #iGiveCatholic? It is a one-day online giving event for the faithful in across the nation (and the world!) to come together and raise as many charitable dollars as possible for Catholic parishes, schools, and nonprofit ministries on
#GivingTuesday, November 27, 2018. Last year, #iGiveCatholic raised more than $3.6 million for organizations in participating dioceses […]
Before you do your Thanksgiving grocery shopping, stop by the school office & buy United gift cards! Cards are available in $25 and $50 denominations – and best of all, the school keeps 10% of the value! That is $2.50 for each $25 card and $5.00 for each $50 card! Cards can be used at […]
This Advent season NJHS/NHS will conduct a food drive to support Catholic Charities and Meals on Wheels. The drive will begin the day after Thanksgiving Break and conclude on December 9. Our theme this year is, Jesus cared about the poor. Therefore, so do we! We encourage students to bring items to support the struggling […]
Last month at the Success Is CTK Parent Meeting, all school families were asked to consider ways they could help “fill the gap” between the real cost of educating our students and what is actually collected in tuition. One of the opportunities presented that evening was making a donation to the annual Adopt-a-Student Program. A […]
The Junior Class is selling Christmas greenery and poinsettias as a fundraiser for their senior trip to Italy. The greenery comes FRESH from MINNESOTA, and the poinsettias are grown locally by Ivey Gardens. CTK has worked with both of these companies for many years and the quality of their products is wonderful.
This greenery makes an […]
Many people use Amazon for their shopping – especially during the upcoming holidays! Here’s another way you can help the CTKC School community with no additional cost to you! The AmazonSmile program is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features […]
CTKC School is participating in City Bank’s Community Rewards program! This program is sponsored by City Bank to assist the work of Lubbock-area nonprofit agencies. They will be awarding a total of $60,000 to local organizations who are participating. The competition will all be done through online voting at www.city.bank/CommunityRewards which began on 10/28, and […]
Now that cooler temperatures have arrived, you might need to order new CTK hoodies or long-sleeved shirts. Check out Designs In Thread’s online website to order these and other uniform items at http://designs-in-thread.com/orders/ctk (user id: ctk and password: trojans), or stop by their store at 5044 Frankford Avenue, Suite #200 to place your order.
Thanks to the generosity of a CTK parent, we have yard signs for every CTK school family to show their school pride! If you did not receive a sign at the recent parent meeting, please feel free to pick one up from Mrs. Guzman in the front office.
Foodie Friday: The kindergarten and Mr. Bobby’s Pre-k class harvested some sweet potatoes last week so we decided to highlight root vegetables for November Foodie Friday. The students chopped carrots, beets, and sweet potatoes into thin slices and then roasted them into chips. We supplemented our own sweet potatoes with donated carrots and beets from […]
All school volunteers (parents, grandparents, friends, or anyone helping at any event or activity involved with the school) are required to complete the diocese’s online Safe Environment Training. To be in compliance with the Diocese’s Safe Environment Program (SEP), all school employees and volunteers who have contact with children must complete the diocese’s new […]