The snack packs consist of cereal, pretzels, and chocolate chips donated by Saint Al’s families. The students created enough snack packs to fill 10 grocery bags, which were then delivered to the food back after school. Great job students!
Prayer is an essential part of each school day at Saint Alphonsus. On Thursday, March 13 our first and second grade students hosted a Prayer Assembly, which included a dramatization of The Lion & The Mouse.
Our next Prayer Assembly, happening April 4, will be lead by our 4th grade students. Parents are welcome to attend!
March 9th was the final Saint Al’s Family Play Date for winter quarter. The idea to bring families together for fun and fellowship during Seattle’s dark and dreary months was developed by Season Evans, Mom of two Saint Al’s students. The events drew families large and small, as well as several future Angels. Thank you Season!
Do you have an event idea that would help build community and create connections? Let us know, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A message from Megan Costa
2018-2019 Elizabeth Ann Seton Award Winner
Dear Friends and Families of St. Alphonsus Parish & School,
I wanted to thank our school principal, Ms. Cifu, for giving me the incredible honor of receiving the St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Award this year at our Catholic Schools Week Mass! It has been a blessing to be a part of the St. Alphonsus community for the last four years. Since joining the team in 2015 as 1st grade teacher, I have enjoyed being a part of this supportive and caring school and parish community.
Teaching 1st grade and working with our primary students has brought me so much joy over the years. For the past two years, I have also been blessed with the opportunity to take on new leadership roles outside of the classroom. I have enjoyed working alongside Ms. Cifu as a part of our school’s leadership team, as well as working with Fr. Richard, the sisters, and our youth as St. Alphonsus youth minister.
Thank you to the incredible families, parishioners, teachers and staff that help make our school and parish community so wonderful! I look forward to all the blessings that our year together will bring. I would also like to thank my husband, my parents and family for their endless amount of love and support throughout my teaching career.
1st Grade along with the 7th & 8th Grade Boys would like to help families in need this Christmas season!
Please take a tag from our giving tree for the women, children, and families at Mary’s Place! There are toy tags, shoe tags, and parent tags.
Please return your item unwrapped with your tag attached and turn it in to our donation box by the tree. Check or cash donations can be turned in to the school office along with the tag attached. Items due by: Friday, December 21st.
Thank you for helping bring holiday cheer to the families at Mary’s Place!