The time between graduation and the start of summer school is quite short, yet it affords us the opportunity to catch up on the work that was left behind and to begin planning for a new school year. It is a time to take a deep breath and to applaud the successful completion of another school year, another graduating class. As always, there is so much to do in the interim: grades to be printed, summer camps to be initiated, teachers packing up their classrooms, courses for next year to be populated and our accreditation report submitted to the Western Catholic Education Association. It is a time of transition when we look back on all the hard work that was accomplished during the past ten months and look forward to the more relaxing pace of the summer months. When school begins again in August, some classrooms will be changed, some offices will be moved and many new electives will be offered to students in grades 7-12. We have our work cut out for ourselves during these summer months, but hopefully we can afford to take some time to relax with our families, to travel on vacation and to refresh our souls before the new school year begins in earnest on August 14. May God bless you and keep you safe during these long summer days.