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From the Principal's Desk
This week seems to have come and gone in an instant! Our week started with a school holiday, in honor of Martin Luther King Jr., a man who dedicated his life to advocating for the rights of every individual. Wednesday’s half day was chock full of planning and discussion behind the scenes, as we are working on our re-accreditation process, and the many details and events of the remaining school year. Today, we all showed our School Spirit, donning our spirit wear and jeans, in support of the Epiphany Eagles home soccer game against Sacred Heart Catholic School.
Next week, we will celebrate with our sister Catholic schools throughout the country,
acknowledging our parents, teachers, religious, students and community for their support of Catholic education. There is a link in this week’s update, of the day to day events. We will collect peanut butter, jelly, and macaroni and cheese donations all next week, for Catholic Charities. We are so blessed to have an agency such as Catholic Charities serving Columbia and its surrounding counties. As a Catholic Charities board member, I can tell you that the Diocese of St. Augustine is extremely proud of all that our local agency is able to provide for any individuals who need the various services. The Florida Gateway Food Bank enables fresh fruits and vegetables to go out into the community on a regular basis in addition to the other food items that are collected.
So as you can see, we have so much to be grateful for. I want to thank Epiphany Catholic Church and its parishioners for their continual support of our School. The funds they provide to offset operational costs benefits every single student; may we all continue to pray for our parishioners and benefactors for their generosity.
Have a great weekend,
Rita M. Klenk
“For we are God’s work of art, created in Christ Jesus for the good works which God has already designated to make up our way of life”