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Anchored in Faith

Navigating today's minds...

for tomorrow's World.

Reminders

Fri., 5/22 - Last Day for Uniforms
Used Book Sale

Mon., 5/25 - Memorial Day (NO School)

Tues., 5/26 - USED uniform sale

Thurs., 5/28 - Graduation (Gr. 6)

Fri., 5/29 - Application for NOSF scholarship due, Last Day of School

May Prize Calendar

Newsletter

What's for Lunch?

Monday, 5/18 - Fiestada Pizza/Cheese Quesadilla or Chicken Nuggets with Rolls

Tuesday, 5/19 - Salisbury Steak with Gravy & Dinner Roll Or Hot Dog on a Bun 

Wednesday, 5/20 - Sloppy Joe on a Bun Or Popcorn Chicken with Rolls  

Thursday, 5/21 - Chicken Tenders with Dinner Roll or Hamburger/Cheeseburger on a Bun

Friday, 5/22 - Cheese Pizza 

Menu for the Month

FAQ's

Do you have to be Catholic to attend St. Mary School?

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Our Mission

St. Mary School, inspired by our patroness, is a Roman Catholic School, rooted in the traditions of faith, committed to creating a peaceful, compassionate and nurturing learning environment, where the school and parish community collaborate to educate and challenge a diverse body of students to attain academic excellence and become faith living individuals, who are responsible citizens and stewards of God’s creation.

The Principal's Point of View

Many do not understand the value of a Catholic school, but having attended and worked in Catholic schools for 36 years I couldn’t imagine thinking of a pre-college education anywhere else. After a wonderful Catholic School Week celebration I feel grateful and blessed that my parents chose this for me. I am a different person because of it. Recently our Diocesan Superintendent, Christopher Knight posted the following article written by New York Cardinal Dolan, about Catholic Schools in a Diocesan publication. It conveys a message about Catholic schools that isn’t heard in the media. The statistics are interesting. I encourage you to take time to read it. Barb Bialko

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