Volunteers…where would we be without them? If we did not have these important people we would not have a school! We have volunteers who work in our classrooms, work at our fundraisers and help maintain our campus. We are blessed! We have several fundraisers that are in need of more volunteers. Here are some things we will need from you to make these events
At Mass this morning Father Dan told our children in order to have a meaningful Lent they must have the proper tools to work with. The tools are prayer, alms giving and fasting. The following are ideas you may wish to share with your child. Fasting For students this means eating less of some foods, giving up others or going without a favorite activity.
This has been an unusual past few weeks! Staff members and students have been absent due to illness. I think things are finally settling down and getting back to normal. In order to make this next few weeks run smoothly here are some important prayer reminders. Father Dan has moved First Reconciliation to March 7th. Students should arrive at Our Lady of Victory Church
We have a wonderful community! The past two weeks have been fun filled and very meaningful. There are many people I need to thank. Our 7th Annual Monsignor Moreton Memorial Crab Feed was a huge success! This fundraiser is organized by our alumni families with lots of help from our current families. This year’s event was led by David and Roxanne Castillo. David is