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From the Principal's Desk
This week we were blessed with a visit from the Sisters of the Home of the Mother. These sisters, who are currently living in a community at Assumption Catholic Church, and assist in Assumption Catholic School, came to speak to us about the upcoming celebration of the Coronation of Our Lady of La Leche and the Diocesan Consecration to Jesus through Mary on October 11, 2020.
The Sisters shared the wonderful rich history of our diocese and how the shrine in St. Augustine originated. They also shared the joy and exuberance they feel for the anticipated celebration next fall. We were even treated to their juggling, plate spinning/balancing, and scarf tossing skills. The children joined in on the fun, to show that our diocese has much to be joyful about and that we are all called to ask Mary to help us and guide us to love God and one another. The fifth graders, who had library after the presentation, even received a "workshop" with the Sisters and are now ready to show off their own juggling and balancing skills! Every child received a special prayer card with an invitation to attend the event next October from Bishop Estevez.
Next week, we will begin our Terranova standardized testing, K-8. Please ensure that your child is present and on time, as we will be testing each morning. We are trying to spread the tests out over a period of time, so everyone can perform their best.
Have a great weekend.
Yours In Christ,
Rita M. Klenk
"It is written: In everything give thanks for this is the will of God in
Christ Jesus concerning you."
1 Thessalonians 5:1
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