Dear Parents and Students,
It is hard to believe that is already the middle of April. As we spring forward toward the middle of the fourth quarter, I would like to commend all of the students who continue to work hard in their academic coursework and implement Catholic Identity into their everyday lives.
Thanks to all of you who attended the Catholic School Information Fair last Wednesday. About eight Catholic schools were on hand to give information and answer questions. It was a great night to gather as a community and support those parents who are interested in continuing their children’s education in our Archdiocesan schools. Special thanks to our former third grade teacher, Leila Stoner, for helping to organize the event. Thank you also to Parent Club co-president, Leah McLean, for her dedication and creativity in making this night so successful.
When we begin classes again after Easter vacation (April 19-28), there are many exciting and important events on the agenda. On Saturday, May 4th, we will hold our farewell event which will include the annual 8th grade vs. Coaches and Alumni basketball and volleyball games. It will also give alumni and current families the opportunity to gather, share memories, and have some fun. More details will be coming shortly about this event. On May 5th, our second graders will be making their First Holy Communion. God bless them on this sacred sacrament. Also, on May 6th our 8th grade class will be heading to our nation’s capital for five days to learn about American history and government and see some of the most iconic sights in the country.
I hope all of you have the opportunity to spend time with family and friends during Easter vacation. May you be filled with peace and joy this Easter season.
Take care and God bless,
Mr. David Gallagher