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Parents' Association

EASTER BASKET DRIVE

sponsored by the  St. Patrick School Board

THANK YOU EVERYONE FOR ALL YOUR DONATIONS!
WE WERE ABLE TO CREATE 100 EASTER BASKETS FOR NEEDY FAMILIES IN OUR PARISH.
THE GENEROSITY OF ST. PATRICK SCHOOL FAMILIES IS OVERWHELMING!

WE WISH EVERYONE A
BLESSED EASTER!



GOOD NEWS!
Our St. Patrick School float was awarded 2nd Place
for the St. Patrick Day parade!!!!
Thank you to everyone who helped make our float look so great!
And
Thank you to everyone who marched to represent our wonderful school!


ST. PATRICK SCHOOL

ANNUAL PLANT SALE

HAS BEEN EXTENDED......

 Plant sale forms are due 

on Tuesday, April 29th. 

 





LOOK WHAT'S COMING TO OUR SCHOOL!

St. Patrick School has chosen to partner with "Original Works" to turn your child's artwork into lasting treasures!
Information was sent home with your child with instructions on how to place your orders.
What a wonderful way to preserve your child's masterpieces!!!

ST. PATRICK SCHOOL
ALUMNI
Where are they now...?

St. Patrick School is putting together an Alumni newsletter to distribute at our Open House on January 26th.  We would love to hear from some of our past students and where they are now...  If you would like to be a part of this newsletter, email your status/pictures, awards, community service, scholarships, college acceptances etc.  to the school and we will share your news with our present families and students.
email to lgandiosi@spsbayshore.org

                   
Save the Date!!!
 
St. Patrick School’s
23rd Annual Golf & Tennis Classic
 
Southward Ho Country Club
Tuesday, May 27th
 
Honoring
Rosemary Keenan-Zulli 
Rosemary is delighted to accept this recognition on behalf of all
St. Patrick School parents, who for many years have volunteered their time,
treasure and talent to our school.  Through their example, they have taught our
 children the meaning of our faith by continually supporting our school and community. 
 
More Information to Follow.
Questions?  Contact Elissa Weick Horodiski at eaweick@aol.com
 


ST. PATRICK SCHOOL PARENTS ASSOCIATION
We hope you could join us for our next Parents Associaton Meeting.
Tuesday May 6th
7pm library.
PA minutes 9.13.13.pdf

Labels for Education 

                                                                                               
Be on the lookout for our collection sheet found on Facebook or in your Sunday paper* (9/8/13) for a way to earn up to 5,000 BONUS points.

 

If you can complete the sheet entirely, that is terrific.  If you cannot, not a problem.  You can also send in a blank or partially completed sheet and we will work to complete the sheets for you.

 

Either way, it is a great opportunity to earn extra points for our school.  Remember to indicate your child’s name and homeroom teacher on the envelope/bag when sending it back into school.



STOP & SHOP
Welcome to the 2013-2014
A+ School Rewards Program!

BEGINS OCTOBER 4, 2013 TO MARCH 20, 2014
You will need our school ID#07732


A PATHWAY TO THE FUTURE...
St. Patrick School is rolling out its "A Pathway to the Future" Campaign. 
We invite you to participate in this event by purchasing brick pavers, which will be placed in the entry walkway in front of our school building.  You will be helping to ensure the continued success of our school that is part of the lifeblood of this wonderful parish.

What a wonderful way to commemorate your child's graduation!

Click below for more information and order form...

APathwaytotheFuture-brick app.pdf

If you should have questions in regards to the following: Uniform Swap, School Store, Lunch Program and/or Box Tops, Labels for Education, Target and Shop n Shop programs.  Please contact the person listed below.

Uniform Swap – Boys - Tina Dennelly email: tinadennelly@gmail.com 
                              Girls-  Paul Kelly email: pinaceous@yahoo.com

School Store - Angelina Acevedo, email: AAcevedo15@yahoo.com

 
Click below for order form...

Lunch Program – Maria Musacchio email: musacchiom@aol.com
A (Mon. Wed. & Thurs) Coupon = $37.00 and B (Tues & Fri) = $25.00

Box Tops, Target, Labels for Education & Stop n Shop programs – Erin Dolan, email:

thedolanfamily@optonline.net
CLICK BELOW FOR UPDATED "BOX TOP" TALLY

SchoolStoreOrderForm11-12.PDF

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WHAT’S SO SPECIAL ABOUT ST. PATRICK SCHOOL... 

We are a parish school that follows the tradition of the Sisters of Mercy, which helps each child reach his or her highest potential, academically and spiritually.

The St. Patrick School curriculum for nursery through grade eight is developed and maintained by the Diocese of Rockville Centre in accordance with the Diocesan Scope and Sequence and New York State Learning Standards.

We offer the core subjects of mathematics, reading, language arts, religion, writing, social studies and science.  Every homeroom teacher is New York State certified in Education with many holding Master’s degrees.  What really makes St. Patrick School so special is our devotion to our Catholic formation.  In addition to daily prayer, weekly Mass, sacramental preparation and retreats, our priests support our school by weekly lessons. 

The school remains committed to the creation “of a caring atmosphere of love, respect and support through word, worship, community and service to others, putting the benefit of the child at the forefront of all it does.”
Vision for the future  Values for a lifetime

Call today for tour  665-0569

 


OFFICIAL NOTICE

Rockville Centre—Ursuline Sister Joanne Callahan, Diocesan  Superintendent of Schools, is recognized as an official with authority to respond to Revenue Procedure

(75-50) which was published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin dated December 8, 1975.

In conformity with the IRS regulation, notice is hereby given that the schools of the Diocese of Rockville Centre admit students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools and that the schools do not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of their education policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Sister Joanne further explained that the very notion of racial discrimination is diametrically opposed to the concept of Christian communities that our schools strive to be.  She also pointed out that our Catholic schools have always welcomed and have been enriched by students from various ethnic groups.

Saturday, April 19
Holy Saturday
Sunday, April 20
Easter Sunday
Monday, April 21
Easter Recess
SCHOOL CLOSED
Tuesday, April 22
Easter Recess
SCHOOL CLOSED
Wednesday, April 23
Easter Recess
SCHOOL CLOSED

Today, 4/19/2014
High: 64 Low: 37
Partly cloudy
5% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/20/2014
High: 55 Low: 38
Clear
0% chance of precipitation.