Dear Families, It's difficult to believe that tomorrow is December 1st. I don't know about you but I feel that the school year is flying by! December promises to be a very busy month. Please check your email communication often and see the school calendar for some of our traditional celebrations. This Sunday December 2nd is the beginning of the Church's liturgical year, Advent (from, "ad-venire" in Latin or "to come to") is the season encompassing the four Sundays (and weekda
Dear Families, Happy Thanksgiving! I am truly blessed and thankful for each and every one of our incredible students. I look forward to coming to work each and every day! We ended today with a beautiful Thanksgiving Prayer Service. Prior to the service I recognized our Middle School scholars who earned Honor Roll and High Honor Roll. I also took the time to tell the students that this is not the only important label. Some of us have gifts that can't be graded, some of us aren
Dear Families, Thank you all that attended Parent/Teacher conferences. Home and School are a very important partnership in your child's educational journey. I always like to remind parents and guardians that grades are important but not the most important component to measure a student's progress. It is just one snapshot in time. Children are also developing their sense of self and their place in a community of learners. Our mission is to provide an environment where your chi
Pontifical Mission Societies Boston came out to visit with the children, and they learned about missions of India. They also learned how to carry a bucket of water like they do in the missions of India.
Whenever somebody gives you a gift, the best way that you can show your gratitude for that gift, is to use it. Our veterans have given us the gift of freedom. They have given us the opportunity for us to be who we are, to find our way in the world, and to let our voices be heard. So do that! Go out and explore the world. Entertain new ideas. Have conversations with people about it and let your voice be heard especially on voting day, and if and when you’re out in public and y
Mrs. Etienne and the Fifth Grade class collected school supplies for a Catholic school on the Island off Dominica after Hurricane Maria. A special thank you to the entire St. Mary of the Hills community for your kind act of service.