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Our staff reflection for this month gave us an opportunity to share what our experience in the ministry of Catholic education has taught us about generosity. Teachers shared that the spirit of generosity is shown most often in our students. They are generous with their time, attention, help, and resources.
When asked to recall a time when we were the surprised recipient of unbounded generosity, teachers again mentioned our students.
I found it interesting as they shared stories of your children. We could learn a lot from these young, loving, and giving children. You may not see this same generosity and helpfulness around your own homes, but I want you to know it is there and abounding.
We have been praying daily for the healing of our pastor, Father Nick. We will have this continue to be our focus during Lent. We will also be working on giving to those less fortunate than us.
We will be holding a food drive for the St. A flyer will be sent home soon. We also continue to encourage the children to give their spare change during Lent, using the rice bowls that will be sent home next week.
Our families are extremely generous. I want to thank everyone for their contributions for dress down days. We decided a few years ago that all dress down donations would go directly to the Missions. On March 5th, Mr.
Shields and I will join a few of our students and attend the Mass and breakfast at St. The students will be recognized by Dr. DeAngelo and Bishop Malooly. I am very proud of our students.
They give often, without hesitation or in expectation of recognition.
In an effort to keep substitute costs down and to keep consistency with implementing lesson plans, everyone has stepped up to the plate and helped cover Mrs.
Middle school teachers have gotten to experience the joy and controlled chaos associated with teaching the primary grades. It has been enlightening to all and a true help to Mr. I want to personally thank everyone for their kindness and generosity.
Our students are not the only ones who are beautifully living the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. Thank you to my amazing staff! Yesterday was our Spelling Bee. When we held the 8th Grade classroom Spelling Bee, I told them I had never used a few of those words in a sentence in my life.
They kindly corrected me when I pronounced one word incorrectly. The world had a common language and a common speech at the time.
The people of the town believed they were better than others. They wanted to build a tower so high so that it reached the sky and into the heavens. God did not approve of this and as a punishment, he had the people babble and not make sense.
They all spoke differently and were not able to communicate to build their tower.
What was supposed to be a symbol of power the tower became a symbol of confusion and misguided pride. God eventually changed his punishment of babbling into a blessing by creating all of the different beautiful languages of the world.IMPORTANT PROGRAM MESSAGE: Effective immediately, The DuPont Challenge Science Writing Competition is discontinued.
For the last 30 years, DuPont has been the proud sponsor of the nation's premier science writing competition validated by the participation of more than , students across the United States and Canada.
As you can see from the chart, the percentage of Americans who had a “great deal” or a “fair amount” of trust in the news media has declined from over 70 percent shortly after . In its 28 th consecutive year, the DuPont Challenge essay contest encourages students to consider how science and innovation can be used to meet the needs of the 21 st century for food, energy and protection.
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