From the Principal's Desk (Aug. 26, 2022)

Dear Parents,

Yesterday, Fr. Bob spoke in his homily about leading a virtuous life and what that meant. He said that the definition of virtue from the Catechism of the Catholic Church is " an habitual and firm disposition to do good". In our new mission statement we reference our commitment to helping you to instill the theological virtues of faith, hope and charity, from which all other virtues come, in your children. Having a relationship with God, loving Him and others, is at the center of all that we do at school. It is for this very reason that we expect all families to follow the rules and policies we set, most all of which can be found in the Student Handbook, so that everyone is treated fairly and equitably.

As I have received the official approval for the National School Lunch Program, I am thrilled for this wonderful opportunity to provide our families with nutritious meal choices. In the next couple of weeks, you will receive correspondence regarding your eligibility status for free or reduced lunch based upon your income. Part of the process involves verifying a percentage of our families income, so we will also be contacting families about such. Those families who do not meet the requirements for free or reduced lunch, will have the opportunity to purchase the school lunch.

I hope to see you at our first school sponsored Mass tomorrow night at Epiphany Catholic Church, at 5 pm. Immediately after we will have a free Family Night with pizza, ice cream and Bingo. 

Yours In Christ,

Rita M. Klenk