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We are excited to celebrate Catholic Schools Week the week of January 29. The nationwide celebration celebrates the unique benefits and blessings of a Catholic education. This year's theme is Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed. We have

many exciting events planned that week - including an all-new social media campaign to help spread the word about Catholic Schools!



Monday, 1/29 - High School/College/Sports Team Day

Tuesday, 1/30 - Tie Dye/Rainbow Day

Wednesday, 1/31 - Onesie/Comfy Cozy Day

Thursday, 2/1 - Black & White Day

Friday, 2/2 - Crazy Socks & School Spirit Wear Shirts with mass appropriate non-uniform bottoms

*all spirit wear attire must adhere to our non-uniform dress code guidelines



Monday, 1/29 - Clergy Appreciation Day - Learners will be making cards for Fr. Brendan, Fr. Tony and Fr. Armando; admin team lunch with clergy.


Tuesday, 1/30 - Community Appreciation Day - Student Council will visit local police, fire and government/civic offices.


Wednesday, 1/31 - Teacher Appreciation Day - Teachers will be treated to a complimentary breakfast that morning


Thursday, 2/1 - Parent Appreciation Day.

We want to celebrate YOU and your commitment to Catholic Schools. This year we will be painting canvas tote bags with our own Mrs. Luizzi and enjoying light refreshments and fellowship. CLICK HERE to sign up - the deadline is Friday, January 26.


Friday, 2/2 - Student Appreciation Day & Step-Up Day

After mass, learners will spend the morning in the next grade up, while 8th graders attend a high school roundtable. We will be providing a complementary lunch for all learners along with a DJ dance party. Burger Madness from Sapphire is back, by popular demand! Menu options include: Hamburger, cheeseburger, double cheeseburger, veggie burger, and gluten free lettuce wrapped burger. Orders were take in homeroom 

Valentine’s is Coming!!!

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Monday & Tuesday, Feb. 12 & 13



The children are invited to bring in Valentines on the day of our Valentine Party . They may do them anyway they like, all I ask is that you encourage your child to at least try to write their name. (And remember we are still learning, so anyway they write it is great and wonderful- scribble is the first stage to writing). We will be handing out Valentine’s during the first meeting time at 8:30.

You can start making them now so it doesn’t feel like a huge task. (Homemade are just as fun as store bought!!) There are 18 students in the class and their names were sent you in an email. You may leave the “To:” spot blank and focus on writing their own name in the “From” spot. It is a great way to learn name and letter recognition.

(Candy Valentines are OK!)

(Please take not of MWF Party has been moved up to Monday, Feb. 12th because of Ash Wednesday)