An unexpected short week contributed to a very nice long weekend! Two snow days impacted our week significantly, which will force teachers and students to play "catch up" when we return to school on Monday. While everyone loves a snow day or two, an early summer release is equally as
While all of the dust has settled from our wonderfully fun filled Catholic Schools Week, evidence of the week's goodness and service lives on. I watched this week as Miss Cordeiro and a group of 5th graders organized, sorted and boxed our generously donated items, creating care packages for our military. The men and women serving our country will surely feel our gratitude for all that they do for our country upon receiving the packages filled with love. Grades three through six grade students also performed an act of great service and love, as they made beautiful knotted flannel prayer blankets for families in need of our prayers. The blankets will surely warm the hearts of those who receive them, as each knot tied by our students represents a prayer recited for the blanket recipient. Such an amazing gift! It brings great joy knowing that the "spirit" of our Catholic Schools Week activities will continue to impact the lives of others. Thank you to everyone for your contribution to such an amazing testimony of our faith. We had a wonderful Catholic Schools Week!
Phone calls continue to stream in, with inquiries about our school and enrollment opportunities. While many of the calls are for our preschool openings, we have been receiving questions about our upper grades as well. Please make certain that if you have not re-registered your child(ren) for the 2017-2018 school year, that you do so as soon as possible. In order for us to give accurate information about our class sizes, it is imperative to know who is returning.
As we arrive back to school on Monday morning, we will get right back into the swing of things, as February vacation begins this Friday!