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Giving Tuesday

Top 3

St. Patrick School wants to share our good news...

We are proud to announce that three of our former students were ranked as the "Top 3" in their class at St. John the Baptist Diocesan High School and received the Summa Cum Laude Award for the 2016-2017 academic year.
These three students, Sebastian Clavijo, Michael McKenna and Aidan Healy (pictured L-R) and many other St. Patrick School graduates were recognized for their achievements at an awards ceremony on October 19th.
We are proud that their years here at St. Patrick School are part of the strong foundation that contributed to their academic success.
May they and all our graduates continue to excel!

Dear Parents,

I can’t believe we will soon be celebrating Thanksgiving.  It seems like we just gathered together for Back-to-School night. Thanksgiving is a time for us to pause from our regular routine and give thanks to God. The early Pilgrims started this tradition of gathering with family and friends to give thanks for the bountiful harvest.

We, at St. Patrick School, also have a wonderful Thanksgiving tradition of making generous food baskets for those less fortunate. Parents deliver the baskets and often return touched by the people they are helping. Every year, we host a dress down day which provides gift cards for the families to purchase a turkey. Thanks to your generosity we were able to supplement 20 gift cards at $120 each and one for $180 (family of 10). In addition, many families donated gift cards which we will also add to the baskets.

For each Mass, you can have a special intention.  This Thanksgiving Mass, I will pray for my St. Patrick School families, and I ask that you pray for us in return. I am so proud that you willingly share God’s blessings with others. It is what makes St. Patrick such a wonderful place.

I have ordered Outlines of the Catholic Faith for each family. Keep strengthening your faith!

God bless you and your family this Thanksgiving!

The St. Patrick School experience teaches a “Vision for the Future” while it instills values for a lifetime.   For over 90 years, St. Patrick School has excelled in educating students to meet and exceed all state and national curricula guidelines.

In the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, St. Patrick helps each child to reach his or her potential, academically and spiritually.  Inspired by the Gospel’s message of respect, courtesy, understanding, compassion and moral character, a St. Patrick Education guides each child’s journey into life as an educated, responsible and well-rounded individual.

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