Principal’s Corner: October 31, 2019

 

Message from the Principal

 

Hello St. Al Families,

Tomorrow is All Saints Day.  It is a holy day that celebrates individuals we can turn to in prayer and in deed as models of our Catholic faith.  These are men, women, and children who lived their lives as beautiful examples for us to follow, using their God-given talents and following God’s call.

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Auction News Update

The Auction is coming up in just three weeks!! If you haven’t been to the auction before, it is an incredibly special event for our community – a night where parents, parishioners, and friends can socialize, dress up (or not!), hang out with our incredible teachers and staff “in real life” and, most importantly, focus on funding the programs that make St. Al’s the place we love!

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Principal’s Corner: October 24, 2019

 

Message from the Principal

 

Hello St. Al Families,

Thank you to everyone who joined us last Friday for our Fall Family Fun Night. I love activities like these because it provides a fun way to bring us all together as a school community. It was such a delight seeing all of the costumes and such a joy to watch as students played games with their families.

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Auction News Update

The 31st Annual Auction & Gala is coming soon – November 16, 2019, at 6 pm in the Family Center!! Come celebrate our amazing community and raise funds to support on-going programs plus NEW K-8 Science Curriculum!

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Principal’s Corner: October 17, 2019

 

Message from the Principal

 

Hello St. Al Families,

Last Friday, our teachers met together for our annual Christ in the Classroom (CIC) retreat.  It is time for us to pray and learn together. We discover more about our faith so we can guide our students through that same discovery.  The focus of this year’s retreat was on the parts of mass: the symbolism, the practice, and the message.

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Principal’s Corner: October 3, 2019

 

Message from the Principal

 

Hello St. Al Families,

October is Rosary month, with October 7 being the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. This particular month is special to me as the Rosary was one of the first things that captured my heart when I joined the Catholic church. There is nothing quite like the silence of a still church as you pray each piece of the Rosary in communion with Mary and our Lord.  While silence and stillness work for me, I know they don’t work for everyone. The beauty of the Rosary is that there is no one place or time required for this practice.  We have a group that meets on campus every Friday to pray the Rosary together. Others take a moment on a plane or a park bench to calm their spirit and reach out with those familiar words of devotion. It is about the words, the intent, and your connection with Our Lady and our Lord.

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