Catholic Schools Week 2017 by Fr Naples
Epiphany – a great divine manifestation of our Lord
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Announcing the Winter Activities:
2017 Winter Semester
Physical Activities field trips
Burke Skiing by carpool or a school bus to the following:
9:30 AM-2:30 PM
|Jan 20||St Johnsbury Academy Pool and outdoor Park||`$10|
|Jan 27||Fenton Chester Arena Ice Skating
|Feb 3||LSC Pool & LSC Field House
|Feb 17||LSC Pool &LSC Field House
|March 24||Mississquoi Bowling – Lowell||$10|
Happy New Year!
Nov 22 – No Newsletter, short week. Save the Date: Dec 14 is our Concert. Come join us at the Church for our Christmas Showcase. 6:00 PM. Free. All are welcome.
Oct 26 2016 Newsletter
Summer Smiles… We’re closed for summer. See you Aug 29, 2016 for our 120th year of Saint Paul’s Catholic School!
Please call us at school: 525-6578 or email the Principal : “stpaulsprincipalbeloin@gmail” to set up an appointment or come in to visit for more information.
“As part of the Diocese of Burlington’s continuing commitment to protect children and young people, all adults who work with children and youth are required to participate in child abuse prevention training, complete a background check, and sign a Code of Conduct. The training program for adults currently used within the Diocese of Burlington is Safe and Sacred by Proud to Protect, Inc. To learn more, or to participate in the program, visit the “Child Safety” section of www.vermontcatholic.org or contact your parish office.” Thank you
May 26 2016 Newsletter
Yippee! Graduation is June 4, Saint Paul’s Church at 2:00PM. Congrats to these graduates, class of 2016!
May 19 2016 Newsletter
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before our health safety lesson for great summer riding.
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Feb 18 2016 Newsletter
Our Holy Doors are complete on our chapel! Each student was invited to create a window pane for our door. The 5-8 graders also created a window and prayer on their lockers to remind them about letting Jesus entering their lives. May we all let Jesus’ light shine to all those we meet.