End of 2019 School Year Blog
Principal's Blog
Wrapping up 2018-2019 The 2018-2019 school year is coming to a close and students are fired up for their summer vacation. In our last week of school, we have several events taking place this week, including Field Day, Awards Programs, 8th Grade Mass, and Preschool/Kindergarten Growing Ceremony. The month of May we celebrate The Blessed Virgin Mary. On May 8, ...Continue Reading
June Blog
Principal's Blog

It looks like June is going to be a very productive month.  This coming weekend is the Spring Fling, a large community yard sale and raffle held here on campus.  I hope everyone has purchased a raffle ticket (top prize is $1,000).  Approximately 40 students will attend summer school to enhance their coursework and bolster their academic skills.  We will ...Continue Reading

May Blog
Principal's Blog

Today is the Feast day of St. Joseph the Worker.  As I reflect back on the year and think about the month ahead, I am grateful for all the hard work our students and teachers have put forth this year.  Tomorrow night will kick off the theatre season with a performance of “Stranger Things” by Mr. Groucutt’s Drama Class. On ...Continue Reading

April Blog
Principal's Blog

April is always a busy month and before I could turn around, the month is one-third over!   This week features the PTO meeting on April 11 and the National Junior Honor Society Induction on April 12. The Cardinal Extravaganza rounds out the week on Saturday, April 14. I hope to see many of you there as we raise money for ...Continue Reading

March Blog
Principal's Blog

Principal’s Blog for March 

On the first day of March our campus was shrouded in fog.  In the words of poet Carl Sandburg “it came in on little cat’s feet”, not like a lion or a lamb.   It has proven to be a busy month with the celebration of St. Katharine Drexel’s feast day and the visits to campus by St. ...Continue Reading