Monthly Newsletter – 4/24/2023
Monday, April 24, 2023 St. Mary Clopas Dear Parents and Friends, “In terms of human development and education, there is no mystery more directly applicable to the school setting than the Paschal Mystery, for this mystery teaches the entire community that all of the successes and failures of life—the aced quizzes as well as the failed tests, the state championship trophy as well as the career-ending injury—are simply different ways to identify with Jesus Christ and to participate in the Paschal Mystery. They are ways of dying with Christ in order to rise with him. Educators of every sort
St. John 6th Grade Class – Bucket Hat Sales
The sixth-grade class at St. John’s designs and manages a business each year as part of a class project. The students create a business plan, manage the business and then they donate the proceeds to the school. Your order helps the students learn about running a business, teaches them about stewardship and it helps the school with operating expenses, which helps them keep tuition affordable! Please consider purchasing their product and supporting their class and the school! The students thank you for your support! Port Authority Bucket Hat – $30 Each Outdoor Port Authority® bucket hat for the avid explorer!
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Monthly Newsletter 10/20/2022
Thursday, October 20, 2022 St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Dear Parents and Friends, “The harvest is plenty, laborers are few, come with me into the field…” There are so many things happening right now that are the fulfillment of promises planted long ago and finally coming to fruition: duck dinners, fall festivals, kolaches, beans, milo, corn, playoffs, tournaments and championships. Anyone who has been involved with these kinds of events knows that in order for any of them to be successful, a commitment to growing, nurturing, and practicing good stewardship of the talents and gifts was necessary for