World Kindness Day
"World Kindness Day is a global day that promotes the importance of being kind to each other, to yourself, and to the world. This day, celebrated on November 13 of each year, has the purpose is to help everyone understand that compassion for others is what binds us all together. This understanding has the power to bridge the gap between nations."
"Kindness is the single most powerful thing that we can teach our children."

We’re celebrating Kindness Week at BSS! Each morning Student Council is reading from the book “Kindness Starts With You” by Jacquelyn Stagg.

This book is about a student named Maddy and her day at school. Students have been learning how easy it can be to spread kindness!--from taking turns on the swing to including everyone in the game - this storybook shows that no act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted!

Included in the book is a Weekly Kindness Challenge to help encourage your student to: Say Sorry, Be Polite, Take Turns, Be a Helping Hand, Include Others, and Show Respect.

The Student Council VP Avery L. (7) picked a snippet from the kindness snippet jar and challenging our students and staff with an act of kindness found in this book.

Watch this video to hear last Wednesday’s announcements! You’ll also see a few of the words of kindness and motivation that fill up our school! 💛💙
Kindness Bingo! 

This morning, each class played Kindness Bingo! We have a winner from each class! The students had a lot of fun playing!

Click Here for a video of Kindergarten class playing!
Veteran's Day - Thank You For Your Service!

Wednesday, November 11 was Veteran's Day and to celebrated, our BSS students had Spirit-Out-Of-Uniform Day this week wearing red, white & blue!

Thank you to all of our veteran's and their families for their service to our country!
Upcoming Dates

Monday, November 16 - Little Portion Food Pantry @ 408 West Davis Street from 11:30am - 5pm

Wednesday, November 18 - Picture Day Make Up for In-School Students

Thursday, November 19 - Early Dismissal @ 2pm - Teacher Conferences

Friday, November 20 - Out-Of-Uniform for El Dorado Bakery, bring $1.00 to support local bakery business in need.

Tuesday, November 24 - Early Dismissal for Thanksgiving Break -Thanksgiving Prayer Service-Led by 2nd Grade at 10:45 am

November 25 - November 29 - Thanksgiving Break
Knight's News
Being Kind to Our Neighbors in Need

Since next Monday, November 16 is our church's food pantry distribution day, our students, parents and staff participated by donating food items for Thanksgiving. Students donated things like oranges, apples, yams, stuffing, mac and cheese, rice, canned vegetables (other than green beans and corn) other items: spaghetti, tuna fish (packed in water), canned fruit (in own juices).

Our 6th, 7th & 8th graders delivered the food donated by students, faculty and parents to the food pantry this afternoon! Thank you for your service and thank you to all of those who were able to donate food!
Father Paul, Mrs. Imrick and Mr. Quinn talked to our students about the food pantry, its history, food insecurity in our community and the importance to share with others! Our students asked a lot of questions about how the food pantry is run, most requested food items and about how many families the food pantry serves. Find more information about Blessed Sacrament Church's Little Portion Food Pantry on our Community Announcements section.

Click Here for a link to a video!
Superintendent Ms. Lytia Reese Comes to BSS!

Ms. Lytia Reese visited BSS last Monday, November 9th and she spent the whole day with us!

Ms. Reese visited some of our classrooms and talked to our teachers and staff. Mrs. Gomez gave her a tour of our school!

Here you can see Ms. Reese in Mrs. Schmitt's 5th grade Spanish class:
Ms. Reese gave the following letter to our school:

"Dear Blessed Sacrament Catholic School Community,
Thank you all for your warm welcome and care during my visit! The genuine hospitality extended to me by each of you is very appreciated.  

It was a pleasure to meet each of you, to speak with the students, and to observe great teaching! I commend the faculty and staff for meeting the needs of both in-person and remote learners, and I am honored to have had the opportunity to see first-hand the love and care you give to your students and each other. I was extremely impressed to hear about the contributions the staff and student have made to the Burlington community. Because of you, students are classroom confident, academically engaged, and are developing servant’s hearts! Please extend my sincerest thanks to the students for cheerfully entertaining my questions and authentically engaging with me during my visit (especially my friends in Pre-K)! 

Know that I am grateful for the many sacrifices all staff members are making to ensure our students’ spiritual, social, emotional, health and academic needs are met! It is clear that everyone in this community is doing their part to make school a safe, healthy, and loving environment, for both students and staff. I know it has been difficult, and your hard-work and dedication to your vocation has not gone unnoticed. God bless you for your commitment! 
Finally, I would like to especially thank you, Mrs. Gomez, for your love of and dedication to Blessed Sacrament. The Diocese of Raleigh greatly appreciates your service and leadership. Thank you for everything you do!
I will continue to hold the school and faith communities of Blessed Sacrament in my heart and in my prayers. I look forward to my next visit!
In Christ,
Lytia Reese
Superintendent of Schools
Catholic Diocese of Raleigh

Ms. Reese leads the 29 parish and diocesan schools in Eastern North Carolina, and is helping equip and encourage students to achieve academic excellence in faith-centered environments. She holds a Bachelor of Science in economics and finance and worked in the financial industry before discovering a passion for teaching through her outreach work with Junior Achievement, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching financial literacy to students. She returned to school to obtain a Master of Arts in teaching with licensure in school administration and supervision. Before her administrative roles in Houston, she served as principal of two Catholic schools in Memphis, TN.
New Kindergarten Class

Due to overwhelming interest in our in person Kindergarten program, we are exploring the addition of a second class. This class would start on January 4, 2021! To learn more, contact our Admissions Director, Mr. Rico.
Please share this post to help us reach more people!


2020 Foster Children's Christmas Collection

Blessed Sacrament School has adopted 6 children currently in foster care. National Junior Honor Society is helping to collect items so these children can have a wonderful Christmas! PLEASE specify the item you are bringing on the sign up. If you don't have time to shop but want to help, you can send in cash or checks made to BSS or purchase SCRIP cards and we will do the shopping for you!

Drop your UNWRAPPED gifts to an NJHS member at the table outside the multi purpose room anytime before 12/4. Gift receipts for any clothing are helpful in case different sizes are needed. Please tape a note on your gift designating which child your gift will go to. Ex: Boy age 2

Don't forget that some of the gift cards listed below can be bought through our SCRIP program! Mrs. Libera would be happy to assist you with any SCRIP Cards.

Thank you so much!

Mrs. Bost and the NJHS
Duck for President

Mrs. Byerly's Kindergarten class read the book "Duck for President," written by Doreen Cronin. The books starts with: "My fellow Americans:
It is our pleasure, our honor, our duty as citizens to present to you Duck for President. Here is a duck who began in a humble pond. Who worked his way to farmer. To governor. And now, perhaps, to the highest office in the land.
Some say, if he walks like a duck and talks like a duck, he is a duck.
We say, if he walks like a duck and talks like a duck, he will be the next president of the United States of America.
Thank you for your vote."

The students were tasked to write a letter to the Duck whether they thought the it would be a good president. Here are their letters:
Sharing is Caring - Preschool Studies Healthy Choices

Mrs. Asmar's preschool class during their sharing time learned about choosing healthy eating choices. The students were given magazines and other illustrations and the students were tasked to create a two-column collage divided in healthy and unhealthy foods. Students had a lot of fun cutting and pasting their illustrations.
Out-Of-Uniform November 20 - Helping El Dorado Bakery

Out of Uniform Day-$1.00- All proceeds will help our local bakery, El Dorado, who suffered a fire. As a school, we help our local businesses and students (8th) do visit the bakery during the year.

Thank you for your generosity!
Picture Day

Last Wednesday, November 12 was out picture day for all in-school students. These photos will be used for our yearbook. If your child is a remote learner Preschool-8th. Please call York Studio after Wednesday, November 11 to set up an appointment so they take a photo at the studio. York Studios follow all safety protocols. The number is 336-449-7101. Remember, they need to wear uniforms.

Make Up Picture Day for In-School Students is next Wednesday, November 18th.

Report Cards/Conferences

This year, we will not have face to face conferences.

1.Report Cards will be sent home on Tuesday, November 17. They will be paper copies.

2.There will be a 2:00 dismissal on Thursday, November 19. Afterschool will be available. 

3.If a teacher needs to schedule a meeting, they will send you a google meet request for Thursday, November 19 between 2:15-4:00. The teacher will send you a request to meet by Tuesday, November 17. Meetings shall not be more than 10 minutes.

4.If you need to meet with a teacher, please send them a request on Tuesday/Wednesday, November 17/18 after you have reviewed your child’s report card
Remote Learners Policy Change

After reviewing our policies and consulting with the Diocese of Raleigh, students may continue remote learning if:

  1. There is a medical issue to your child or family.
  2. If you are employed as a health care essential worker.
  3. If in-school learning would cause anxiety in your child. 

If you plan for your child to return to school, the return date is Monday, November 16. You must let us know via email, so desks can be prepared and teachers will not send home a work packet on Friday, November 13. The only item that would be placed in the Friday’s file would be the attestation forms that you will need to fill out every day before your child can enter the building. In addition, temperature checks are done every day. If you borrowed a device from BSS, please return it on Monday, November 16.

If you plan to continue with remote learning, please read and sign the agreement form as there are a few changes. We will need the agreement signed by Monday, November 16.

CLICK HERE to access and review our entire policy agreement.
Welcome Back to In-Person Learning!!

We would like to welcome back all of our students who were remote learners the first trimester and coming back to in-school learning on Monday, November 16!

Dear Parents, we know this decision did not come lightly, but we also recognize that along with academics, socializing and interacting with peers promotes positive social and emotional development in children.

We continue using the CDC, NC Department of Health and Human Services, and Diocese of Raleigh recommendations/requirements to formulate the procedures so we lower the COVID-19 risk, in school, as much as possible. Please know that the health and safety of our students/staff/families remain our highest priority.

CLICK HERE to review our General Protocols for BSS 2020-2021.
First In Line Contest

Are you ever running late in the morning or afternoon and wish you could zip to front of the carline?

Dear parents and guardians,

We’d like to offer the opportunity for parents to win a First in Line for morning drop-off AND/OR afternoon dismissal! At our annual auction, we normally give parents a chance to bid on a “First In Line” item. This is always a highly sought out item and goes for around $2,000.00! Since we didn’t have an auction in the spring, no one holds this coveted privilege!

If you’d like to buy tickets for the contest, fill out the form and send it back to us by Friday, November 20th. Mrs. Gomez will draw the winning tickets on
the 20th at 1:00. There will be one winner for the morning drop-off line and one for the afternoon dismissal line. Winners will be announced on Facebook and in the Knight Chronicle. You can purchase as many tickets as you’d like! The more you buy, the greater your chances to win! Tickets are $5.00 each.

The morning and afternoon winners will be given a custom car tag. This tag will allow them to pass all other cars in the line and go straight to the front!

CLICK HERE to access the form. Presione AQUI para accesar la forma.
Concurso Primero En Línea

¿Alguna vez ha llegado tarde por la mañana o por la tarde y desea poder pasar rápidamente al frente de la línea del automóvil al dejar a sus niños a la escuela?

Queridos padres y guardianes,

¡Nos gustaría ofrecerle la oportunidad para que los padres ganen un primer lugar en la fila para dejar a sus niños en la mañana Y / O en la tarde! En nuestra subasta anual, normalmente les damos a los padres la oportunidad de ofertar por un artículo de “Primera Línea”. ¡Este es siempre un artículo muy buscado y se subasta cada año hasta alrededor de $ 2,000.00! Como no tuvimos una subasta en la primavera, ¡nadie tiene este codiciado privilegio!

Si desea comprar boletos para el concurso, complete el formulario (el enlace esta arriba) y envíenoslo antes del viernes 20 de noviembre. La Sra. Gómez sacará los boletos ganadores el 20 a la 1:00. Habrá un ganador para la línea de la entrada de la mañana y otro para la línea de salida de la tarde. Los ganadores se anunciarán en Facebook y en Knight Chronicle. ¡Puedes comprar tantas entradas como quieras! ¡Cuanto más compre, mayores serán sus posibilidades de ganar! Los boletos cuestan $ 5.00 cada uno.

Los ganadores de la mañana y de la tarde recibirán una etiqueta de automóvil personalizada de color azul o amarillo. ¡Esta etiqueta les permitirá pasar a todos los demás autos en la línea e ir directamente al frente!
Blessed Sacrament FUNdraiser - Grape Kids Canvas & Pizza Take Home Kits with Mellow Mushroom (Burlington)

Back by request! Painted Grape is offering a festive and creative option. They are providing kits that include a canvas, paint and brushes. You can pick between the 2 pictures attached. Both can be done by any age group and will be sketched.
Just the art kit is $15. You can add on a Mellow Mushroom "make your own personal pizza kit" for $5.

Pick up will be on 12/5 from 1:00-2:30 at the Painted Grape studio (3256 S Church Street, Burlington, NC). They will have everything you need ready to go!

Painted Grape will give us $6 for every art kit they sell!!

The link to order is on their calendar. Go to the entry on 12/5/2020.
CLICK HERE to access the calendar, scroll down to the BSS event and place your orders!
Order Your Yearbook!

We only about 80 books left!

There's nothing else like BSS yearbook. Get your hands on the limited edition collection of our stories from the year. Share it with your friends today and hang on to it for years to come!

Presione en el enlace de arriba para que ordene El Yearbook Escolar para su niño.
Teacher's Spotlight
Since we are unable to do many activities inside the school where parents can meet and get to know Blessed Sacrament School's teachers or staff members, we are going to bring them to you through our Teacher's Spotlight Section here!

Each week, we will feature a teacher or staff member and they will share a little about themselves. This week, we will have Mrs. Hipps!

Mrs. Hipps currently teaches Traditional 7th and 8th grade math and serves as an assistant for 7th and 8th grade Science classes.
Here is a note from Mrs. Hipps:

Hello, my name is Kristin Attarian Hipps. This is my fourth year as one of two Middle School Math teachers at BSS. I currently teach Traditional 7 Math, Traditional 8 Math, and Math I (Algebra). 

I am an "implant" to NC having lived my first few years in NJ but consider NC my home since I have spent a majority of my life in this great state. After graduating from Cary High School, I attended Elon College (University) on a NC Teaching Fellows Scholarship and pursued my BA in Elementary Education. While at Elon, I participated in many activities including playing goalkeeper for the women's soccer team my Freshman Year. Elon also afforded me the opportunity to travel to London and intern at a primary school in Barking, England. Above all else, I met my wonderful husband of twenty-one years, Tim Hipps II, while attending Elon.

I taught fourth grade for five years, beginning at W.M. Irvin Elementary in Concord, NC and ending at AO Elementary in Elon before welcoming our first son, Tigue, into the world. Tigue was joined by his younger brother, Eamon, three and a half years later and I stayed at home with them until Eamon started PreK. I then enjoyed a brief stint as a Play School Assistant at First Presbyterian, worked in insurance, and finally landed at BSS where I renewed my K-6 license and earned my Middle School Math license. 

If I am not teaching, being a taxi for my children, or watching their various activities, you can find me at home enjoying time with my family, on a run or working out, binging Netflix (lets be honest), or curled up with a good book. 
Birthday: January 3
My favorite places to eat: The Root, The Fat Frogg
My favorite place to get coffee: Dunkin Donuts
My coffee order is: Black or flavored tea
When I go to Biscuitville, I order: Mini-Biscuits
I love to shop at: Target, Hobby Lobby, Bath and Body Works, Michaels
My favorite colors are: Blue
My favorite candy/snack is: Sugarfree Gum (Orbit Mint Flavors)
My favorite drink is: Coffee/Tea
T-shirt size: Med./Large
monogram (first, middle, last) KEH
Hobbies: Read. Run.
Classroom/Office Wishlist: scotch tape, color paper

CLICK HERE to find out about other teachers and school staff.
Prayer Requests
Please pray for:

Prayers of joy for Farah (2nd) and her family as they welcomed on Monday, November 9, the birth of their daughter, Perla. 

We pray for those affected by this pandemic. We pray for our school, students, teachers, staff and families.
Principal's Message
Dear BSS Families,

This week, was kindness week. Even though we should be kind every day, the BSS students focused on treating everyone with smiles, friendly compliments, and not complaining. They did a great job! Today, as the MS students took the bags of donated food, it was evident of the kindness of each family. Thank you always for your generosity.

Mrs. Gomez
From the Office of Admissions
Office Hours

We are limiting the number of people inside our building this year. If you would like to schedule a tour, please contact Mr. Rico--We are allowing tours in a limited capacity after school hours.

Due to high inquiry for our school enrollment, we are exploring the possibility of adding more classes in the near future--especially for our Kindergarten class. Please let your families and friends know that we have spots available! Please reach out our admissions office for more information!

Mr. Rico will be available at the office Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays for any questions or concerns related to admissions. You can reach Mr. Rico at 336-570-0019 ext. 212 or by email at Hablamos Español!

Here is a link to our admissions page:
From the Office of Advancement
A note from Mrs. Fitzgerald:

We still have few winter uniform items in the swap shop! Let me know if you need to schedule a time to shop!

I hope you all receive your First In Line contest forms in the yellow folders today. This is a great opportunity for our parents! Let me know if you have any questions.

Our December Painted Grape Fundraiser has been scheduled. The Christmas tree and snowman should be fun for everyone! 
You can reach Mrs. Fitzgerald at 336-570-0019 ext. 215 or by email at 
Link your AmazonSmile

AmazonSmile is a simple way for you to support Blessed Sacrament School every time you shop, at no cost to you. AmazonSmile is available at on your web browser and can be activated in the Amazon Shopping app for iOS and Android phones. When you shop at AmazonSmile, you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as, with the added benefit that AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of your eligible purchases to BSS. Just make sure you choose Blessed Sacrament Church/School as the charity organization you select.

Remember, only purchases made at, (not or the mobile app,) generate AmazonSmile donations.

CLICK HERE to find out more about AmazonSmile
Box Tops For Education

No more clipping. No more sending Box Tops to school. All you need is your phone. Download the ALL-NEW Box Tops app, shop as you normally would, then simply scan your store receipts to find participating products. The app will automatically credit Blessed Sacrament School's Box Tops earnings online. Click here for a video of how it works.

Twice a year, your school will receive a check and can use that cash to buy whatever it needs! If you see this label, use the new Box Tops app to scan your receipt. Box Tops are still worth 10¢ each for your school. CLICK HERE
Link your Lowes Card

With Cart to Class, Lowes Foods will give up to a quarter of a million dollars to local schools this year. To participate, just enroll Blessed Sacrament School on your Fresh Rewards card, and start earning for our school. Click Here
Link your Harris Teeter VIC Card

When you shop Harris Teeter brands, a percentage of your purchase is donated to Blessed Sacrament School if your VIC card is linked.
You link your card online (CLICK HERE), or you can ask your cashier to link your VIC card by providing our TIE code 1704.
Reocurring Information

Do not forget to review BSS uniform guidelines. As a reminder, the only jacket students are allowed to wear in class is the navy blue fleece jacket with the school logo and can only be purchased through Land's End-find the link below.

If you have not gotten your winter uniforms, please reach out to the school to see if we have some on our Swap Shop. If you would like to donate your used uniforms, please bring them to the school.

We have transitioned into our Winter Uniforms.

Hemos empezado a usar los uniformes de invierno. Como un recordatorio, la única chaqueta o abrigo que los estudiantes pueden usar dentro de la clase es la chaqueta o abrigo de lana azul marino con el logo de la escuela. Esta chaqueta solo se puede comprar en línea por la página de Land’s End, presione el enlace de arriba para hacer su orden. Tambien, asegurese de revisar las pautas de uniformes de la escuela.
Update on COVID-19

We have been doing a great job on keeping us healthy. In the past week, the numbers have started to spike, once again. As the holidays get closer and families start planning, this new directive goes into effect this week:

As there continues to be a spike of Covid-19 across the country, please be very conscientious to your vacation and holiday plans. Effective immediately, any families that travel to hot spot zones, uses airplanes as a mode of transportation, are out of school for more than 4 days due to vacation plans/family events, or find themselves in a large gathering event where social distancing/masks is minimal, then the student needs to have a COVID-19 test before returning back to school and these results must be presented to the school. We ask for your honesty and cooperation. BSS needs to keep ensuring the health and safety of the school community.

Hemos estado haciendo un gran trabajo para mantenernos saludables. En la última semana, el número de contagios por el Covid-19 han comenzado a aumentar otra vez. A medida que se acercan las vacaciones y las familias comienzan a planificar, esta nueva directiva entra en vigencia a partir de esta semana:

Como siguen incrementando los contagios de Covid-19 en todo el país, sea muy consciente de sus viajes y planes de vacaciones. Con vigencia inmediata, cualquier familia que viaje a zonas de alto contagio, use aviones como medio de transporte, esté fuera de la escuela por más de 4 días debido a planes de vacaciones / eventos familiares, o se encuentre en un gran evento de reunión donde el distanciamiento social / máscaras es mínimo, entonces el estudiante debe tener una prueba COVID-19 antes de regresar a la escuela y estos resultados deben presentarse a la escuela. Les pedimos su honestidad y cooperación. BSS debe poder seguir garantizando la salud y la seguridad de la comunidad escolar.
We Still Need STREAM Speakers!

Our STREAM speakers share their experience of using any or all of the following: science, technology, religion, engineering, art, and math in his or her career. The middle school students also enjoy hearing about the process the speaker went through to find a profession that he or she is passionate about.

Since our speakers can only be virtual, we would love to hear from family members or friends who live here in Burlington, in other parts of the state, or even across the country. If you or anyone you know would like to be a part of our STREAM speaker series please email Mrs. Tichy ( to schedule a date.
Lunch Information

My Hot Lunchbox is excited to be partnering with Blessed Sacrament School again this year as the hot lunch provider. To begin ordering lunches, click the link below to log in or follow the instructions on the attached registration letter to create your free account!

Important Note: You will need to Update Your Profile with the student's correct teacher to view the meal calendar.

If you have any questions, please give us a call at (888) 894-8295 or email us at We are looking forward to serving your school!
If you are bringing lunch to your child, please make sure it is labeled with your student's name and grade level and leave it on the table just outside the front door of the school--Do not forget to buzz the office to let us know you dropped by.
What if My Child Gets Sick in School/Home?

Please, review the What if My Child Gets Sick in School/Home? For information about school guidelines in case your child gets sick.

Presione aqui para que revise los procedimientos a seguir si su hijo se enferma en la escuela o en su casa:¿Que Pasa si Mi Niño se Enferma en la Escuela/Casa?
Remote Learners/Estudiantes Aprendiendo Remotamente

Drop-off and Pick-Up for remote learners in grades K through 8th, will begin Friday after 4:00, November 13 - November 15. Little Knights drop-off and pick-up is every other week. Families work will be clipped together and will be in the crate of the oldest child.

Es la hora de recoger y dejar el trabajo de su hijo, estudiantes de aprendizaje remote. Las mesas estarán al aire libre y el trabajo se colocará en contenedores. Coloque el trabajo de su hijo en una carpeta / sobre de papel manila etiquetado con el nombre de su hijo. Puede dejar / recoger a partir de las 4:00 del viernes. Los contenedores estarán afuera desde el sábado y domingo, 13 de noviembre - 15 de noviembre. El trabajo de los Little Knights se dejara y recogera cada otra semana. El trabajo por familia se colocara engrapado junto en el contenedor del hijo mayor.

CLICK HERE to access a reminder presentation for remote learners
Support BSS Retail Cards Sales!
What are Retail Cards? Retail cards are store certificates (plastic cards) that our school purchases at a discount and sells to you at face value for a school profit. The discount given is different with each vendor. BSS has used the profit money in the past for school technology and current needs of the school.

Why should you buy Retail Cards with BSS?
The profits from this program make up an important part of our fundraising budget. It is an easy and great way to help BSS earn fundraising dollars and not spend an extra dime. Everyone buys groceries and gas, and may occasionally eat out. Before your next trip to the gas station, grocery store, or restaurant, please consider purchasing Retail Cards with us.

Where can I buy these Retail Cards?
You may purchase the Retail Cards in the school office any day during school hours. CLICK HERE to access the order form.
Please make check payable to BSS HSA Scrip. Returned check fee is $35.
Thank you for participating in our school fundraiser.
Visit https:/ for all participating vendors.

Community Announcements
Blessed Sacrament Church - Little Portion Food Pantry Distribution

On MONDAY – November 16th – 11:30 AM – 5:00 PM, there will again be a Little Portion Food Pantry Distribution sponsored by Blessed Sacrament Church.

This will be a drive-thru distribution manned by a great group of volunteers from all over the area. The contribution of their time, energy, effort and treasure makes this event possible. And we are grateful for them all.

The food pantry is located at 408 West Davis Street, Burlington, NC. 27216

The streets are cordoned off to allow easier access for guests. Please encourage attendees when possible to arrive earlier in the day when the selection of fresh produce and other limited products is greater.

The distribution is open to anyone regardless of race, creed, ethnicity or sexual orientation. There is no proselytizing of any sort permitted.

Volunteers to help with the distribution efforts are always welcome! We need all the help we can receive!

Pax et bonum….

Fr. Paul

The Blessed Sacrament Food Pantry, a.k.a. Little Portion Food Pantry, has served the Burlington/Alamance Community for over 10 years. It is open to all people experiencing food insecurity regardless of creed, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation etc.
Learn more about ABSS High School Specialty Programs

International Baccalaureate Program at Williams High (rising 9th)
Early College Program at ABSS Early College at ACC (rising 9th)
Pre-Collegiate Academy at Graham High (rising 9th)

Join us virtually for any of these meetings 💻
Please CLICK HERE to register for a meeting

November 17, 2020 at 6pm

All programs will be represented at each meeting.
These programs are application only - the deadline to submit is December 18.
Cristo Rey Research Catholic High School

The Cristo Rey Network is an entrepreneurial network of Catholic high schools that uniquely integrates four years of rigorous academic curricula, four years of professional work experience, and robust support to and through college. Comprised of career focus, college preparatory schools serving students from families of limited financial means, the Cristo Rey Network’s formational model opens doors to fulfill dreams.

Parents and Students of the Class of 2025

Click here for details on upcoming events
to learn more about the Bishop Experience!

Wednesday Villain Walks
November 18
9am welcome in the courtyard followed by a tour
                            RSVP for your Villain Walk
or call the Admissions Office for your personal appointment
336.564.1011 or