Happy Summer!

Congratulations, Kindergarteners!  It was wonderful seeing your happy, bright faces at the Kindergarten Graduation Parade!  We are very proud of you!  You learned in the classroom and online; you are ready to be first graders! Well done also to all the students and to you, parents!  You navigated the waters of distance learning right along … Continue Reading »

Congratulations, Graduates!

It’s graduation weekend!  We are looking forward to presenting to you the Class of 2020!  Please join us this Sunday for the Baccalaureate Mass and Commencement Ceremony, which will be live-streamed at 10:30am on the Parish Facebook page.  Help us celebrate and honor our amazing graduates! The Class of 2020 is a class of high … Continue Reading »

Principal’s Letter

During May, we celebrate Mary, the Mother of God and a motherly source of spiritual support.  May is also Mental Health Awareness Month.  NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental health, the Office for Catholic Schools, and all our schools are constantly raising awareness of mental health, fighting stigma, providing support, and advocating for people suffering … Continue Reading »

Be True to Your School!

It’s Auction time!  The distance learning lesson this coming week is all about being True to Your School!  The learning objective is to be the highest online bidder!  Preparation and pre-event homework includes registering with Bidding For Good, going through the auction catalog, arranging your Zoom party with your group, serving up the signature cocktails, … Continue Reading »