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Message from Mrs. Schroeder–April 2021
Spring is here and it brings with it many fun and faith-filled activities for the school and parish. As Lent came to an end the 8th graders presented a very moving presentation of Mary’s Way of the Cross on Good Friday. This was attended by all students in the school gym. As we have moved into the Easter Season, we remember that God forgave us our sins and renewed us in the spirit. This spring has begun a time of looking back and being thankful for the time we have been together this school. We have been very blessed to have in-person classes every day this year and our grateful that we will end the school year together. Looking ahead for the last five weeks of school we are starting to plan the fun end of the year activities that we missed in 2020. The 8th graders will begin preparation for May Crowning, the Mini 500, a class trip and graduation. The staff is looking forward to a fun night at the Dinner Auction with many of our new and former staff and visitors. The theme this year is Circus!
The whole school is anxiously anticipating Field Day when we will get to participate in many outdoor activities, even a dunk tank! Thanks to the many donations made to make this event possible.
While we are all excited about the end of the school year, we will also be sad to leave our friends and the comforts of our school. I am excited to say that 2021-2022 is already shaping up to be a fabulous school year…plans are being made for great things to come.
God bless all of you,
Father’s Message – July 11, 2021
As we experience the “dog days of summer, we are actively preparing for the start of school on August 11. Now would be a good time to be grateful to all the first responders, medical personnel, school personnel, and all essential workers who have carried us through the pandemic. Because of the combined efforts, we can look forward to a safer start to the school year on August 11. We have every reason to believe that we can make it through to the new school year with in-person classes every day of the year and without any spreading of covid 19 in the school and parish. We did this last year and can do it again. Congratulations and many thanks to all who stayed the course of best practices!
Right now a lot is going on to spruce up the place. Parish volunteers have done a tremendous amount of work on the landscaping. The M-Team has made many repairs and improvements to the school and parish buildings. Teachers and school workers are reorganizing classrooms. The PTO is working with our new DRE Claire Jackson for the Summer Camp (VBS) program. May God bless all of you as we journey through the sunny days of July!
Take time to follow the example of Jesus this summer. Find some private time and space to go to God in prayer. Listen for God’s guiding voice!
Have a great summer!