From the Principal's Desk
This week is one of the weeks in the school year that is always bittersweet. We all anxiously await the end of the year, finals, activities, awards assemblies, and 8th grade graduation. Once this week comes, we realize that with the onset of summer, we will no longer see our students and families on a weekly basis for a couple of months. Our 8th grade students of yesterday, are now our 2023 Epiphany Catholic School alumni. They are moving on into their respective high schools and beginning a new chapter in their academic lives. Our 5th graders officially become middle school students today, looking forward to the prospect of a multitude of subject area teachers, lockers, and new schedules. Our kindergartners officially move into the main building and make way for a new group of young students. So many transitions...most all of them positive and exciting!
As you take time to enjoy the warm days of summer, with your child and family, I hope that all of you will be safe and are able to truly savor this special time in your student's life. They will continue to grow up at what seems like a "blink of the eye" and will eventually be amongst our distinguished group of alumni. We can hardly wait to see what God has planned for each one of them next.
Yours In Christ,
Rita M. Klenk
"It is by the path of love, which is charity, that God draws near to man, and man to God. But where charity is not found, God cannot dwell. If, then, we possess charity, we posses God, for 'God is Charity' (1 John 4:8)." St. Albert the Great