LIVING THE LESSON
February 1, 2022
Homelessness is One Paycheck Away
(completed as a family)
The January 9 Super Sunday was canceled. Our speaker was going to speak about his work with the homeless. Since we cannot meet in person, but will have the speaker come to discuss this topic during our March Super Sunday, we will have students complete an assignment called "Homelessness Is One Paycheck Away."
This assignment was sent via email on Wednesday, January 5 at 6:00 pm. It is a complex one and is worth 5 credit hours (replacing the 2.5 hours in person and the 2.5 hours for Living the Lesson- there will be no additional Living the Lesson assignment this month). Therefore, students are expected to complete the assignment in full, according to the directions, in order to receive the full 5 hours of credit.
If, as a family, you choose not to complete the assignment, that is fine. Hours can be obtained during the Winter Break Session, the next two Super Sundays, and/or the Lenten activities that will be forthcoming. However, PLEASE remember that the year is half over and it is imperative that your child gets the required number of hours (30) in order to move up to the next grade level of Faith Formation for those students in grades 8 and 9, and in order to be Confirmed, for students in grade 10. Please note: since this assignment requires internet research, students should be supervised by parents, at parents' discretion.
***Father Cliff, Amy Casper, Deb Krisher, Deacon John, Deacon Joe and Cathy Mackey are all completing the Homelessness is One Paycheck Away assignment! We will be discussing it during the homily at our next Super Sunday Mass in March!*** Check your email for additional assignment details. If you have questions, email Cathy Mackey at email@example.com.
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