sunglasses for tomorrow

If your child has sunglasses, please send a pair in with your child for tomorrow. We are going to make a short video to say good-bye to Mr. Jim Cooney, Assistant Superintendent for the Diocese of Orlando, who is retiring…

Need Kindergarten Soccer Coach!

*We need a Kindergarten coach! * We have eight Kindergarteners who are excited to play soccer, so please consider coaching them. Students play on Saturdays, and the season starts Dec. 1 and runs through February with breaks for Christmas and…

No children’s mass this Sunday

The children’s choir will not be singing this Sunday at 10am Mass as originally planned. We will start our monthly Children’s 10am Mass with Catholic Schools Weekend (Jan. 26/27) and plan to have monthly children’s masses after that. Sandra Basinger,…

Grade School soccer info

There is one week remaining on GS soccer registration for students in grades K-5. Go to the following link to register: http://catholicyouthsports.org/ We also need need coaches for K, 3rd, and 5th. Please email Coach Olson if you are interested….

Report emailed today!

Report cards are being emailed today, so students will not receive paper copies. If you have a question about a grade or would like to conference with a teacher, please do not reply to the report card email. You need…

Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive

St. Mary Catholic School is starting its annual Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive for our Helping Hands food pantry. Helping Hands supports local needy families year round but especially at Thanksgiving. Helping Hands will supply turkeys for families, and we like…

photo retakes tomorrow

Just a reminder that PHOTO RETAKES are tomorrow morning (November 6). This is for any students who missed our photo day or anyone who would like a retake. Any student who is having a photo taken tomorrow must be in…

Happy Feast of All Saints!

Thursday, November 1, 2018 SOLEMNITY OF ALL SAINTS MATTHEW 5:1-12A Friends, our Gospel for today is one of the most beautiful and important in the New Testament: the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount, the eight Beatitudes. Why is…