I was so inspired and touched by our 100 year celebration this week! It was incredible to see the love and support our parents, students, alumni, and parishioners showed our school. I met so many alumni that shared touching stories of their time here with the Sisters of the Holy Names and the Jesuits. It was a key foundational part of their lives, which established long lasting friendships and began their faith formation journey.
We were blessed to have Krem2 news here to feature our school and a wonderful article in the Spokesman Review printed on Friday. A special thank you to all staff and parents that helped plan these activities for our school community. It will definitely be a week of memories we all treasure.
This week our third through seventh graders will be begin MAP testing. This helps us identify areas of instruction we should focus on and how to best meet students individual needs. Also, just a reminder that morning drop off begins at 8:15 and dismissal is at 3 PM. If you need care before 8:15 or after school please let us know and we will help you register for these programs.
Once again it is a privilege to be in partnership with you educating your child. Please don’t hesitate to ask if you need assistance or have questions regarding your child’s education. It is our pleasure to serve you and them in fulfilling our mission to develop students who are leaders in action modeled on Christ.
This morning, we recognized the following students at Monday Morning prayer for their Acts of Mercy: Elliott Nollette, Catherine Orellana, Anna Thompson, Colby Dixon and Sitara Byrd.