|In the News|
|A Message from the Principal|
I hope you have had a fun and relaxing summer break!
A number of renovations have occurred while school has been out of session. We are excited to introduce our newly renovated cafeteria with an updated floor and ceiling, and new paint colors to brighten up our students’ snack and lunch experience.
We have also added a third second grade class to accommodate our growing enrollment, while maintaining an effective student to teacher ratio.
As summer vacation comes to an end, please remember that summer reading lists, middle school math packets, as well as our upcoming year’s supply lists have been posted under the “Summer Assignments” quick link on the school website.
We are proud of our achievements from last year and look forward to raising the bar for the spiritual, academic, and personal growth of our students.
Enjoy the rest of the summer!
School Office Summer Hours
The school office is open from 8AM - 1PM, Monday – Thursday.
News and Announcements
First Communion is a time of transformation and community
As one of three Sacraments of Initiation, which include Baptism and Confirmation, First Holy Communion is part of the child’s journey of faith into the Church. As a sacrament, the child’s first reception of Holy Eucharist is a communal celebration, transforming not only the child’s life, but the life of the child’s immediate family and parish family, as well.
Saint Leo the Great Re-enacts the Stations of the Cross
Saint Leo the Great School eighth-grade students recently participated in the live visual re-enactment of The Stations of the Cross. The performance was directed by the school’s fourth grade teachers, Ada McCarthy and Elaine Berman.
“Our eighth-graders serve as role models for our younger students,” McCarthy said. “This is a great way for them to set a positive example for the younger students.”
Student Takes First Place in National Handwriting Contest
Bianca Farro, a second-grader at Saint Leo the Great School, and her family were notified she had won first place in the state grade-level of the Zaner-Bloser National Handwriting Contest. Zaner-Bloser is a nationally recognized educational resources provider in language arts and literacy. It holds a yearly National Handwriting contest that is designed to promote the benefits of legible handwriting. Over 300,000 students entered the contest in 2014 from grades K through 8 from all 50 states.
| Upcoming Events |
|Wed Aug 27|
|» Preschool Orientation-3 & 4 Year Old 3 Day and 5 Day Program(9:00-10:00AM)|
|» New Student Orientation-10:15-11:15AM|
|Thu Aug 28|
|» Preschool Orientation - 3 Year Old 2 Day Program (9:00-10:00AM)|
|Fri Aug 29|
|» SCHOOL CLOSED|
|Mon Sep 1|
|» SCHOOL CLOSED - Labor Day|
|Tue Sep 2|
|» First Day for All Students - 12:30PM Dismissal|
|Wed Sep 3|
|» 12:30PM Dismissal|
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