School will be in session this Thursday, March 23rd until 11:30 AM.
This is a change from the original calendar. This change is designed to assist with the make up of school time lost from snow days and the funeral day last November. More details about the additional make up days will soon follow.
Come to the 9:30 Mass this Sunday, March 26th. Bishop Barres, our new Bishop, will be the celebrant. Children are encouraged to wear their school uniform. There will be a reserved section for school parents and children. Come early.....the Bishop usually speaks to the Congregation before Mass begins.
As we continue through the Lenten season, encourage your children to perform acts of kindness and generosity by sharing their own resources and donating to the mite boxes. The proceeds collected during Holy Week will be sent to the diocesan mission office, Harvest House, a home for the well elderly, and to a needy school family. Try to take advantage of the parish’s Lenten retreat scheduled for the weekend of March 12, 19 and 26. Click here for more details
Re-registration for students presently enrolled in our school is now past due. Please return the form as soon as possible along with your $200.00 re-registration fee. Do not delay!
Congratulations to members of the Honor Band:
Jessica Trinkus Jack Garofalo Shivan Barot Choi-Yi Barry
Gabrielle Ramos Mario Magliore Gabriella DiPaola
Alyssa Esposito Emily Desir Hahng-Yi Barry Megan Lamothe
Transportation Requests - Applying for transportation annually is the responsibility of the parents. The deadline each year is April 1 and without filing for transportation on time, you can lose bus privileges. If you reside in Amityville or Massapequa School Districts, you must log onto your respective school district to obtain the transportation form. Transportation information to all other school districts were sent in Tuesday's Youngest and Only (Feb. 7th). Please reply directly to your district by the deadline.
It is always a good idea to periodically reinforce basic personal safety practices with your children. Nassau County Police has created a pamphlet on the issue related to child safety. Click on the link below to use as a reference and tool to help you further discuss stranger danger with your child.
Stranger Danger- A Guide for Parents from the Nassau County Police Department
Run for Tomorrow's Hope. This organization works very hard to provide tuition assistance to Catholic Schools. Our school directly benefits from their efforts. Please try to support this important fundraiser. Click here for additional information
Thank you Fidelis Care for supporting Catholic Schools and communities. For more information about Fidelis Care please visit https://www.fideliscare.org/