Saint Leo the Great School
550 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, NJ 07738
Phone: 732-741-3133 Fax: 732-741-2241


 

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Throughout the month of November, faculty, staff, and students here at Saint Leo the Great look forward to a day of thankful reflection – Thanksgiving. This week, the Positivity Project focuses on the character trait of Gratitude. Gratitude can be defined as a feeling or expression of being thankful. It is a positive emotion that helps us all appreciate the people, places, things, feelings, and moments in our lives that we have been blessed with. While students will focus on this word each day during the Positivity Project this week, we also have several other activities for our students that will help further develop this character trait. In recognition of Veteran’s Day, the Student Council is leading a school-wide initiative this week, where students will create cards to send to our men and women serving overseas this holiday season. Mrs. Nolan will be working with our students in their classrooms, with their creative designs helping her to design a gratitude tree that will hang in our school to show all the various things that our students feel grateful for. We invite our parents to continue this conversation at home, asking your children about the cards they have created and what they have included to be thankful for on our gratitude tree.

For more information about GRATITUDE, please click here or visit www.posproject.org.



About Us

OUR MISSION

Saint Leo the Great School is a place for all its members to encounter the Living God through the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Its sacred mission is the formation of youth entrusted to its care through spiritual, educational, social and athletic activities.

 Administrators, Faculty and Staff, in imitation of the Lord Jesus, lovingly guide students to a deeper knowledge and practice of the Faith. The gradual process of integration of internalized values is concretely expressed through service to God and community.

We believe in the capacity of the individual to lead with compassion, learn with commitment, and act with courage. Focusing on the needs of each child, we achieve our purpose by word and deed. Students are inspired to achieve the highest standards in intellectual achievement through developmentally appropriate instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. They are encouraged to be active participants in their commitment to God, kindness to each other, and pursuit of knowledge.