Faculty & students will enjoy a day of the Wearin' of the Green on Tuesday, March 17th in honor of St. Patrick!
Luck o' the Irish!
Taking all things into consideration, it has been decided that for the health safety of our community, our major school fundraiser will be postponed . A new date will be established, and we will communicate that date to you just as soon as we are able!
Thank you for your understanding & support of this difficult, yet very necessary decision.
Calendar Reminders:
  • Tuesday, March 24th, Trimester 2 report cards will be sent home electronically.
  • Friday, March 27th is an early dismissal day (11:30am). Lunch and extended care will be available.
T he student Concert Choir from St. John Paul II High School in Hyannis stopped in this week to "wow" us with their voices. Our school was supposed to be the first stop on their tour to NYC, which was unfortunately cancelled due to the week's news and happenings. Our students and faculty enjoyed their performance as well as their playfulness, as they remained on site for lunch ....and recess time!
"Your grace is enough for me, O Lord."
2 Cor. 12:9
Next school Mass is on MONDAY,
March 16th!
Grades 2-8
(weather permitting)
Middle School Students should wear Special Occasion Uniforms... including sweaters or sweater vests!
Parish Happening s:
  • PLEASE NOTE THAT BEGINNING THIS WEEKEND, Father is adding a 5pm Sunday Mass to the weekend schedule. This will be for the month of March, to reduce crowds at other Masses.
  • Stations of the Cross 7pm Fridays of Lent
  • Living/Shadow Stations of the Cross by the Middle School Youth Group: Friday, March 20th @ 7pm;
  • Day of Reflection for Married Couples.... MARRIAGE BOOT CAMP! March 29 2020... see parish bulletin or website for details!
Mrs. Angeley will be teaching an April Vacation "week of art exploration" at the Marion Art Center! Would you like to consider this opportunity for your children during their break?  

Coming in April....
World's Finest Chocolates!
Bars will cost $1 each... school retains 50% of every bar sold!
Thank you to all those who ate out last night at Brick Pizzeria in Fairhaven! With the number of pizzas I saw being purchased in the short time that I was there, I know that the school will be benefiting from your dinner!

Thanks so much!
Impressive Results at the Regional Science Fair.... an SFX Sweep!
Last weekend's Regional Science Fair proved to be quite fruitful for our 7th and 8th graders who are now on their way to the State Fair.

Lenten Almsgiving
 Homeless Shelter Drive

We follow the words of Jesus: 
“Amen, I say to you, whatever you did
for one of these least brothers of mine, you did for me.”
Matthew 25:40 
As part of our Lenten journey, the National Junior Honor Society is hosting a drive for the Sr. Rose homeless shelter in New Bedford. To take part in this almsgiving project you can donate new t-shirts, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, and toiletries. Each class will have certain items to collect. Happy Lent!
Suggested Items & Classes :
Small Wonders: Diapers 
Preschools: New Youth and Adult T-shirts
Kindergarten: Shampoo and conditioner
1st grade: Body Wash
2nd grade: Baby Wipes
3rd grade: Toothpaste
4th grade: Toothbrushes
5th grade: Hair brushes and combs
6th, 7th, and 8th grade : Other toiletries
Campus Ministry Club cancelled for today!
Will be trying again in April!
Thank you!
Another walk through the woods with Father Williams during middle school recess!