Two weeks ago I invited our current families to begin the registration process for the upcoming school year. This week we opened the enrollment to new families. The response has been overwhelmingly positive! If your family would like to meet with me regarding the upcoming school year, please do not hesitate to reach out.
For the upcoming school year there will be more financial aid opportunities than ever before! Interested families can apply for the Beacon of Hope Scholarship by April 1st. This scholarship is available to returning students in grades K-8. I strongly encourage all of our families to apply. It is my goal to make a St. Mary's education attainable to all families and applying for this scholarship is the first step.
We are still accepting new students for the upcoming school year. Please remember that any current family who successfully refers a new family to our community qualifies for a referral discount off of their tuition.
I would like to provide you with a few updates and reminders below:
Please continue to complete the Daily Health Screening each morning. This survey is one of the many ways we can continue to keep our students safe.
If you plan to travel over the Easter break, please reach out to the school so we can best advise you. We do expect further travel guidance from NYS in the coming weeks.
The deadline for ordering yearbooks has been extended until March 31st. Please see the information below on how to order your yearbook.
If your son or daughter has a CYO uniform from last season, please send it in to the school. We are still awaiting to hear if there will be a CYO Basketball season this year.
Thank you for your continued trust and support.
Sincerely, Mr. Matthew Rucinski
Scenes From Around School
(clockwise from upper left) Mrs. Green's class got a visit from Dr. Seuss, 1st Grade created dalmations with 101 spots to celebrate their 101st day of school, 3rd Grade celebrated their 100th day of school by experimenting if they could get to the center of their tootsie pop with 100 licks, 8th Grade took a gallery walk throughout the hallway looking at religious imagery.