Our children have an opportunity to share our special “St. Louis Spirit” with the community through our annual Thanksgiving Food Collection. From November 18th-21st, we will collect food items to benefit the children and families of The Villa of Hope. As in the past, each grade has been assigned a particular food item. Those assignments are listed below. We will be collecting food until November 21st and delivering it to the Villa of Hope. Collection bins will be located in the classrooms. This service project is being coordinated by the 4th grade.
Congratulations to our PE teacher, Mr. Eric Pritchard, who has been named the 2019 Girls Varsity Soccer Coach of the Year for Section 5, Class A, Monroe County Division 3! Mr. Pritchard is the girls varsity soccer coach for Mendon High School.
We held our All Saints' Day Mass on November 4, due to the school closing on November 1. Our fifth-graders did a beautiful job leading us at mass. They dressed as the saints that they researched and reported on in class the previous week.
Our annual Scholastic Book Fair is set for November 18 to November 22. This year's theme is "Arctic Adventure: Snow Much to Read! Teachers of kindergarten through 5th grade have scheduled their classes for traditional preview and shopping days. All parents are welcome to shop during school hours.
The Nazareth College Theatre & Dance Department will present "A Charlie Brown Christmas" on November 22, 1 & 7 p.m., November 23 at 12 & 5 p.m., and November 24 at 1 p.m. For tickets visit www.naz.edu. All proceeds from these shows will be donated to the Golisano Children's Hospital. The theatre department will also be collecting toys for the hospital.
To see the wish list of toys, click HERE.
For information on the Diocese of Rochester Reorganization, please visit the Diocese's website at https://www.dor.org/reorganization/. This page will provide you with key information, answers to frequently asked questions, a letter to the faithful and a video message from Bishop Matano.
We are proud to announce our students’ test results from the 2019 NYS Assessments. Our students did exceptionally well and outscored both Pittsford and New York State students.
Thank you to our teachers for all that you do for our students. Thank you as well to our families, parents and guardians for your involvement in our school family and for supporting our staff and students. Your support is invaluable as we all strive to provide all students with educational excellence in a faith-based environment.
We held our opening mass on September 9, and our fifth-grade classes led us in singing and prayer. They got us all into the spirit of our theme for this year, "Raise your sails. God provides the wind."
We selected our Sailor of the Year, kindergartner Lily Jackle. She will lead us as we raise our sails this year!