This week, the Eagles' soccer season kicked off with the team’s first away game against Christ the King Catholic School. They had a fantastic first game ending in a 1-1 tie. Eighth grader,
Dalelia Jourdain, scored the goal to tie the score in the end!
COLD WEATHER UNIFORM REMINDERS
When it is 50 degrees or below, girls in K-5 may wear Khaki pants (with a belt) and 6-8 may wear navy slacks (with a belt) NO Legging style pants. Girls may wear closed toe tights in black, navy, green or white with their skirts and jumpers. SWEATPANTS for PE should be navy; they do not need to be logoed. Sweat shirts, jackets and hoodies must be logoed with the Epiphany logo to be worn in the classroom. For recess, students may wear other outerwear of any color.
From lightened-up cheesecake and brownies to tempting fruit desserts,
CLICK HERE for a healthy sweet finish for any meal.
60th ANNIVERSARY NEWS
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Thank you! We're looking forward to celebrating our 60th Anniversary with you!
Epiphany Catholic School fosters high expectations in a Christ centered environment for all students in
FAITH | ACADEMICS | SERVICE
within the Catholic tradition.
From the Principal's Desk
I hope that all of you had the opportunity to enjoy some quality family time over the Thanksgiving break. We have gotten back into the routine of things here at school and the excitement that comes from the prospect of Christmas is in the air!
The students and teachers have been preparing all week for the Christmas program this evening. It is always such a special treat to “ring in” the start of the Advent season with the wonderful sounds of the children and the story of the birth of Christ. Our program also falls on the Feast of St. Nicholas. St. Nicholas was a man of faith whose goodness and generosity grew out of his love for God. As a child, I remember celebrating the feast day of St. Nicholas at my church. We would come together and share food and fellowship and each child would receive a small gift. As we count down the days until Christmas Eve, may we realize that each day is its own gift and that your children are the greatest gift of all.
This Sunday, December 8, 2019, our school children will be participating in the liturgical ministries at Mass at Epiphany at 10:30 am. If you will be attending, please have your student dress in his/her mass uniform. Our parishioners have enjoyed seeing our young people lector, sing in the choir, usher, altar serve and bring up the gifts. Thank you parents for allowing your children to serve our parish community at these special masses.
Have a great weekend.
Rita M. Klenk
“Therefore the Lord Himself will give you a sign: Behold, a virgin will be with child and bear a son, and she will call His name Immanuel.”
Raffle Fundraiser Results
Our Annual Raffle Event fundraiser raised $17,500 for the school.
Thank you to everyone who tirelessly worked to sell tickets. We rely on all of our fundraisers to offset the costs to educate every student and we could not be do so without all
of your support.
Upcoming Feast Day and Reconciliation
Next week, we will be celebrating the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe
at Mass on Thursday,
December 12, 2019.
Students may bring flowers (real or artificial/paper) that will be used in the procession. Catholic students in grades 3-8 will also celebrate the sacrament of Reconciliation with
Fr. Rob, as part of their
Spirit Wear Orders
CLICK HERE for spirit wear price information and order forms. All orders are due Monday, December 16th.
2020 School Calendar Update
It was determined that ALL schools in the Diocese of St. Augustine will need to make up the hurricane day on February 14th, which was originally a day off.
CLICK HERE to view the details of the school calendar updates.
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