Grace Notes for June 1

School Mass

Attending School Mass together every Friday at 8:45am is a tradition for us. Students are ushers, altar servers, members of the choir, readers, gift bearers and they write the prayers of the faithful. They love sitting with their buddies (younger grade with older grade).

During a recent School Mass, Father Mark asked, “How do we produce fruit?”

Student responses included:

Help people – Zak, 4th
Love people – Jolie, 1st
Spread kindness – Cece, 4th
Give time to others – Logan, 8th
Think of others before yourself -Paul, 2nd
Help somebody if they are crying – Avery, 1st

Father Mark concluded with,

It all boils down to love. Jesus wants us to produce lots of good fruit.

Parents choose to send their children to SCCS because of our exceptional academics and because we mindfully foster a Culture of Care, every single day; students play an integral part in fostering this culture of kindness and love.

With joy and gratitude,
Principal Susan Kilbane

Grace Notes for September 21

Learning in Community Every year, all students write me a letter which teachers and I use as our first writing assessment of the year. Below

Grace Notes for September 14

Living Our Faith Our entire school staff kicked off the year with a mini field trip to see thenewly installed troll at Sakai Park. Pia

Grace Notes for September 7

We Serve the Community Included in our Schoolwide Learning Expectations is the following: WE SERVE THE COMMUNITY1. Identify and respond to the needs of others2.