January 13, 2021
Thursday, January 14
  • Friends of the Atrium Virtual Rosary, 9:00 AM (Zoom)

Friday, January 15
  • Sibling Applications due
  • PSO Virtual Meeting, 9:00 AM (Zoom)

Monday, January 18
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday. No School. After-school Program Closed.

Wednesday, January 20
  • Virtual Mass, 5:00 PM (Zoom)
Virtual Mass is January 20 at 5:00 PM
Sibling Applications due Friday, January 15
St. Catherine’s is accepting sibling applications for the 2021-2022 school year. As siblings of current SCM students have priority in the admission process, your application is due this Friday, January 15, 2021.

Simply click this link to enter the FACTS Family Portal, click on “Apply/Enroll” to complete the application.

Please email me at vblum@stcathmont.org if you have any questions!

Vivian Blum
Dean of Students
Say "Cheese"!
Individual Picture Days will be held the first week of February. In keeping with our health and safety procedures, photos will be taken outdoors and all participants will maintain classroom cohort and social distancing protocols. Our photographer, Ms. Jocelyn, will wear a face covering; students will follow established face covering rules until it is time to remove coverings for their individual photos.

St. Catherine’s will email parents a digital file of their student's photo. We will not take group photos this year.

Remote learners have the option of coming to campus during an assigned day and time to have their photo taken outdoors in front of the school, or submitting a photograph for inclusion in the yearbook. We will email all remote families later this week with more details, to determine which option you prefer, and select timeslots for in-person photos.

Photo Schedule (all photos taken between 9:00 and 11:00 AM):

Monday, February 1: Infant Community and Primary

Tuesday, February 2: Elementary

Wednesday, February 3: Adolescent Community, High School, Remote learners
(Wednesday is also the makeup day for any IC-EL students who missed their assigned day

Contact Emily Blackman at eblackman@stcathmont.org with any questions.
2020-2021 SCM Yearbook Now On Sale
Don't miss out on all of the memories from this school year! Orders yearbooks and recognition ads at the Jostens website. Click here for more information on pricing, designing ads, and spring delivery.

Order deadlines are as follows: 

  • Friday, January 29: Order a personalized yearbook with your child's name or monogram on the cover
  • Friday, March 5: Submit a recognition ad
  • Friday, March 26: Order a yearbook with a plain, non-personalized cover
What's for Sale This Week at the AC Market?
Hello, SCM Community!

Today we have pomelos from our Japhet gardens, handmade soap and the AC Cookbook.

Purchase yours today while supplies last.

Click here to visit our market website.

Click here to learn more about the AC micro-economy, The Hive.

If you have any complications or questions, do not hesitate to contact us! Contact information: acmarket@stcathmont.org

Your Market Managers, Aleena Gilani and Laura Lopez
Virtual Rosary is this Thursday, January 14, 2021
All are welcome to join the Friends of the Atrium for a virtual rosary on Thursday, January 14 at 9:00 AM.

Meeting ID: 671 548 4578
Passcode: PSO
Winter PSO Meeting is Friday, January 15, 2021
Everyone is invited to attend the PSO Winter virtual meeting this Friday, January 15 at 9:00 AM.

Meeting ID: 671 548 4578
Passcode: PSO
PSO Book Club Meets Thursday, February 25, 2021
The next the book presented by the PSO Book Club is “Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do” by Jennifer L. Eberhardt, Ph.D. on Thursday February 25th at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom.

A discussion guide has been provided in advance of the meeting. Please click here to read more.

Meeting ID: 671 548 4578
Passcode: PSO

Tracey Ledoux and Amber McCarthy
Co-chairs, PSO Book Club
High School Corner
Welcome back to the High School Corner!

This week we would like to introduce you to the exciting new project the High School has begun. The project draws upon our knowledge from both Writer’s Workshop and Humanities with the goal of helping Ms. Lewis review the biographies in the school library! Every high school student has chosen a historical figure who lived in the time before Reconstruction. We will do in-depth research on our chosen historical figure and then assess how accurately the children’s biographies in the St. Catherine’s Library portray said historical figure. Additionally, we will be working together as a class to identify underrepresented historical figures from this time period that we feel should be given greater prominence in the library. Check out which historical figures were chosen below!

Davy Crockett
Benjamin Franklin
Ulysses S. Grant
Thomas Jefferson
Abraham Lincoln
George Washington

Thank you for reading!
Jacob, Isabella, Julia, and Sarah
If you would like to submit something for the Globe, please send it for approval to globe@stcathmont.org by Monday at noon.