St. Gabriel Catholic School

3028 Providence Road

Charlotte, NC 28211


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St. Gabriel is a co-ed, K - 5th grade,
Catholic school in Charlotte, NC, open to students of all faiths and backgrounds.

St. Gabriel belongs to the Mecklenburg Area Catholic Schools (MACS) system.

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PTO Contacts

President - Katherine Costello

President Elect - Amy Bokor
Secretary - Fran Gesing

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Muffins for Moms 

3/5/20 7:00am in the cafeteria

Bring your moms to school and enjoy breakfast with them!

Make a visit to the Book Fair!


Spring Parent Social Tickets now available!

Saturday, March 28th from 7:00-10:00 PM

Sugar Creek Brewing Company


For more information and to purchase tickets click HERE

Registration Deadline: March 18th

Tickets are $65 each or $130 per couple.

Please contact Amy Overman at with any questions.


Are you WILD about Books?!


The Scholastic Book Fair Jungle is coming March 2nd-6th!  We will have an amazing week to discover some wonderful new books.  See the hours below and activities planned.  And PLEASE signup to help as we can’t do it without our amazing volunteers:


Book Fair eWallet!  It’s so easy!  Now your student can shop the Fair cash-free! Setup an eWallet with a credit card and a designated amount of money for your child to spend at the book fair (then you don’t have to worry about sending in cash on the right day!).  You are only charged for what your child spends at the fair within that designated limit. Visit our Book Fair homepage to learn more and to create an account.


Book Fair Hours: March 2nd-6th

Mon 7:30a-2:30p

Tues 7:30a-7:30p (FAMILY NIGHT - *see details below!) 

Wed 8:45a-2:30p

Thurs 7:00a-2:30p   (7a-8a Muffins with Mom…come visit with your Mom!)

Fri 7:30a-8:30a  Last Chance!


*Family Night FUN!!!  Students who attend will receive a free dress down day pass as well as be entered to win a book of their choice!  PLUS: Guest Authors, Book Signings, and Story Time!

We are lucky to have St. Gabe’s parent and author Catherine Farley selling and signing her book Mimi’s Adventures on Kiawah Island.  We also welcome St. Gabe’s parishioners Mary Lou Hindley and Pam Baker Odulio to share and sign their book Pinky Woolly Ices the Cake.  


If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our online Book Fair at Our Online Fair is available from February 23rd - March 7th. There are even more titles to choose from online!  All ordered books will be delivered directly to your home and St. Gabe’s receives a portion of the profits!


The PTO invites you to get more involved at St. Gabriel! We are looking for volunteers for next year’s committees. The PTO is a great way to spend time with friends and meet new ones as well!  Please complete the survey and we will be in touch. 



Tuesday March 3rd


Take a night off from cooking and support our school at Leroy Fox on Sharon Amity.


Are you planning on attending the Family Book Fair Night? Grab dinner after and make it an evening out!


Mention St. Gabes and a portion of the proceeds will be donated back to the school.  Dine in and take-out included!


Save the Date…’s back…...Kids Rule the School 2020


  • Submit a winning bid and your child can RULE THE SCHOOL on Friday, May 15th.  

  • Bidding will begin at 8 a.m.Monday, March 23rd.

  • Online Auction closes at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 27th

  • Students will shadow their teacher/staff and participate in a special breakfast just for him or her and the teacher/staff.

  • How will you rule?  Will your child golf with Mrs. Martin, go to the Movies with Mrs. Snoke and Mrs. Fischer, Make Dumplings with Ms. V, or Rule 5A?  These are just a few of the exciting options available. 

  •  A PDF will be sent out next week including all biddable items. 

  • Parents you RULE, too!  Join us at Sugar Creek Brewery Saturday, March 28th for our Spring parent party including a small live auction




Please join coach Todd Upchurch, USPTA Master Professional & Director of Serve It UP Tennis Academy and his team for some fun tennis this winter/spring. Tennis is open to students in grades K-5. Class is 3:00-4:00 p.m. on Thursdays.  The first winter/spring session will begin on Thursday, February 27.  Classes will take place OUTSIDE, on the lower lot blacktop - students will meet instructors immediately after school outside the cafeteria and will walk outside together.  The cost is $110 per session. Contact with questions, and register by logging into and clicking on school programs.



Join Eric Johnson and Trifecta Athletics ( for an after-school indoor baseball clinic focusing on hitting and fielding.


This four-week session will be held at Trifecta Athletics.  Parents are responsible for getting their child to and from Trifecta.  Trifecta is located at 4927 Silabert Avenue. 


Clinics will be held on Mondays from 3:00-4:00 p.m.  Dates for the winter baseball clinic are January 13 and 27; and February 3 and 10.


In each session, players will work on techniques and skills, such as: the proper fundamentals of fielding a ground ball; getting behind and coming through pop-ups; improving footwork when approaching a ground ball; performing hitting drills to improve offensive hand-eye coordination; learning base running stealing mechanics; and more.


Sign up to learn from the pros!  The cost is $100 for the four-week program.  This program is open to ages six and up.  Contact or 704-942-8750 with questions or to register.


Cooking – Flour Power Studios


Join Flour Power Cooking Studios for winter and spring cooking enrichment programs that are both educational and fun!  Each session is six weeks long and is open to all grade levels.  Join us as we stir in some math, reading and kitchen science while creating yummy recipes, including winter holiday themed recipes like heart shaped pizzas and Irish soda bread, and spring recipes like spring veggie quiche and pasta primavera.


Class dates for the winter session are January 27; February 3, 10 and 24; and May 2 and 9.  Class dates for the spring session are March 23; April 6, 20 and 27; and May 5 and 11. 


Cost is $90 for the six-week session.  Register at:


Little Sticks Lacrosse


Little Sticks Lacrosse provides an introduction to the sport of lacrosse, focused on teaching the right lacrosse at the right time with energetic, kid-centered play! It was founded to provide young student-athletes the opportunity to learn and love the game of lacrosse! The program is driven by experienced coaches dedicated to growing the game with an emphasis on fun, sportsmanship and fundamentals in an instructional, energetic environment.


The Little Sticks programs are co-ed and use real lacrosse sticks but soft balls so that no equipment is required. They offer stick options if needed and additionally offer scholarship opportunities.


Little Sticks lacrosse emphasizes all of the following at each of the sessions: Physical Literacy - Proper Stick Mechanics - Decision Making Skills - Teamwork - Leadership - Spatial Positioning and Awareness.


Sessions are on Wednesdays from 2:45-3:45 p.m.  2019 Spring Session dates are March 11, 18 and 25; April 1, 22 and 29; May 6 and 13. Visit to register.




Video Game Maker is open to children in all grades.  In this class, our youngest Coder Kids will embark on their journey to computer science mastery. Coder Kids will discover computer science concepts like sequences, conditionals, loops by creating video games in Scratch Jr. Coder Kids will complete projects including a bubble popping game, a relay race game, and a potion making game.


Our older Coder Kids will build their own action video games using Scratch. Coder Kids will create their own sprites, backgrounds, and power-ups for their games. Coder Kids will also learn to write code to create enemies in their games and variables to keep score.

All Coder Kids will complete the course with a final project of their own design.

Topics include:

  • Code different programs to make their character move

  • Create custom game worlds by making their own graphics

  • Invent exciting power ups for their games

  • Use sequences, conditionals, for-loops, data types, and functions in their games

  • Troubleshoot their code for bugs

  • Design and develop a game for their final project


Dates: 2/5, 2/12, 2/19, 2/26, 3/4, 3/11, 3/18, 3/25

Time: Wednesdays 2:45 - 3:45 pm

Price: $129 for 8 weeks

Click here to register:




Python Coding with Minecraft is open to children in grades 3-5.  In this class, Coder Kids will learn how to create their own code that enables them to teleport, build game artifacts, and add fun effect to their characters. No previous Python experience is required and a final project is included.

Dates: 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28, 3/6, 3/13, 3/20, 3/27

Time: Fridays 2:45 - 3:45 pm

Price: $129 for 8 weeks

Click here to register:

Volunteer Opportunities


You will need to have completed the "Protecting God's Children" Workshop and all the necessary volunteer forms, plus a background check prior to ANY field trip. Please check with Lynn Valenti ( if you are unsure of your status. Please remember no siblings are allowed on school sponsored field trips.



Consider volunteering in our cafeteria! This is a great way to see your child(ren), meet their classmates, and get involved! Time commitments are conveniently broken down into two 1.5 hour shifts.  Please use this link for more information and to sign up:



Calling all parent volunteers - please check out the many opportunities to get involved in our wonderful community by clicking on the link to our Sign Up Genius here.  Feel free to reach out to PTO President, Katherine Costello ( ) or VP of Volunteers, Vanessa Birch ( or the committee chair, if listed, with any questions.



Bins will be located in the school lobby for your convenience.


Donations will be accepted every first Tuesday of each month.


Thank you for your donations to the uniform closet!  Right now, we are stocked up on pants, shorts and plain white polos (without the St. Gabriel logo).  We DO need gym clothes, sweatshirts, and jumpers/kilts.  Please remember to only donate items that are included in our school uniform (i.e. do not include underwear or non-uniform sweatshirts, etc.).


Please do not leave donations on any other dates but the following dates:  3/3, 4/7, 5/5


Please contact Stephanie Butler with any questions: