Congratulations to our newest altar servers who were installed at our Catholic Schools Week Mass on January 28: Morgan G., Griffin G., Samson J., Nolan J., Reid L., Rowan M., Quentin F., Cameron J., Bridget G., Justin G., Fred L., Parker M., Isabelle C., Katie D., David P., Carter R., Easton S., Nolan A., and Ella L.
Registration for the 2020 Winter Enrichment programs is now closed. If your child is participating in a program, please consult the enrichment brochure for dates and times by clicking on the link below.
Round 3 of Hot lunch is now closed. This ordering period will take us to April 2nd which is the last day of school before Easter break.
Do you have gently worn sneakers to donate to mentally and physically challenged children in Haiti? Your donation will be the answer to the prayers of Haitian children!
Congratulations to our LEGO Teams!
Our 4th grade team, the 5 Funny Lounatechs, received the Perseverance Award and our 4th/5th grade team, the Lounatech Engineers, received the Project Award at the First Lego League City Shaper Challenge at McQuaid on November 23. The Lounatech Engineers have advanced to the championships at the University of Rochester, which will be held on December 8. We are so proud of you!
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.
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!