It was wonderful to see so many of you at Back To School Night! It is a gift for us to educate your children. Thank you for choosing St. A's and for supporting our faculty, school, and Catholic education! As mentioned that evening, I will be holding a State-of-the-School Update in October. More to come on that. In the meantime, my door is always open to you.
On Wednesday evening we watched the premier of our school's marketing video! It was moving to see the reaction from all of you. Thank you again to Mr. McRoskey for volunteering his time and talents and making this all possible. Please share the video with friends, family and neighbors! (It's on our
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I feel strongly that as Catholic school teachers, we should serve as witnesses to our faith for the children. One of the ways to do so is to serve as Extraordinary Ministers of Holy Communion at our school liturgies. I, along with Mrs. DeSousa, Mrs. Rodriguez, and Mrs. Phillips, received training this week from Father David. We will be assuming this ministry soon and look forward to serving the children and families. Thank you to Father David for helping make this all happen.
In an effort to communicate more about what's going on at St. A's, I'll be inviting members of the faculty & staff to write the introduction letter to the Bulldog Bulletin. This will give them the opportunity to share with you directly the exciting work they are doing and what's important to them. Next week you'll be hearing from Mrs. Nisco, our Director of Admissions and Enrichment.
A note about drop-off safety: Do not drop off children on South Ave. Everyone must use the drop-off lane in the parking lot. Children must exit cars on the passenger side only.
Thank you for all the birthday wishes! Enjoy the weekend!