Each Tuesday, students attend weekly mass. Third-eighth graders are responsible for the readings and alter serving throughout the year, and younger students participate by helping with the Presentation of the Gifts. Older students are paired with younger students as prayer buddies. 

Community Service

Throughout the year, our students participate in community service projects, like volunteering at the Animal Shelter or making sandwiches for the Brother Francis shelter.

Spring Art's Festival

Our annual Spring Art's Festival highlights student's musical talents, through songs like The Bare Necessities, as well as public speaking, through speech contest winners. Students' art pieces decorate the walls.

Science & Education Fair

Each spring, third through eighth grade students participate in our annual Science & Education Fair. Students diligently work on a science experiment, which is then presented to a panel of judges. 

Swim Week

In March, our students take part in swim week as a part of our physical education curriculum.


Serendipity is our school's largest fundraiser. Taking place as a dinner and auction, Serendipity is a fun-filled night. This year's event was particularly special because Sr. Diane, who was principal, and Sr. Bridget, who taught at the school, returned for the event. 

Catholic School's Week

During the last week of January, we celebrate Catholic schools across the nation through Catholic School's Week. Each day has a special theme, and the week includes many special events, like a staff versus student volleyball game. 

Christmas Concert

Each December, our students participate in a Christmas program. This year's program was a concert with various Christmas songs. 


Our students celebrate Halloween in conjunction with Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead) and All Saint's Day.

World Food Day

For World Food Day, which is in October each year, each class brings a designated item to create a stone soup, which all students eat for lunch that day as a simple meal to remember those who have less than us. 

Blessing of the Animals

In October, we remember St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. As part of our remembrance, families bring their pets and stuffed animals to school to be blessed. 

International Peace Festival

Each fall, students participate in our annual International Peace Festival and Prayer Service to pray for peace around the world and celebrate our cultures. 


The Kindergarteners went off to Grandma's house to see the pumpkins she'd grown in her hoop house. Not only did they see and sketch some marvelous pumpkins, but they also learned about how things grow! 

Reading Buddies

Having reading buddies help students grow in their reading and understanding of written word.