Parents, choosing educational excellence is one of the most profound decisions you can make for your child’s future! At DRVC, we are excited to introduce the Morning Star Initiative—an encompassing endeavor that embodies the core pillars of our Catholic school philosophy. With an unwavering commitment to fostering a robust Catholic culture, achieving academic excellence, nurturing a safe and supportive community, and boasting a longstanding history of school success and establishment, we invite you to explore the transformative opportunities that await your children within our halls! Diocese of Rockville Catholic Schools not only set the stage for comprehensive growth, but also establish a foundation for lifelong Catholic evangelization rooted in faith, knowledge, and community.
St. Edward the Confessor in Syosset held a week-long celebration of literacy, engaging students in a variety of events and activities that made it a hugely successful and enjoyable week for all.
This week, Long Island Catholic Schools had many exciting events to capture St. Patrick’s Day, National Pi Day, and other activities to grow in education and in faith. For St. Patrick’s Day, the schools participated in creative activities such as making leprechaun traps, learning the colors of the rainbow from big buddies, and learning about the importance of St. Patrick.
We’ve got some exciting updates for you about what’s been happening at Catholic Elementary Schools in Long Island this week. From Catholic icons to Girl Scouts and National Honors Society, to first reconciliation, and other fun educational activities, there’s been a lot going on!
Did you know that March 2nd was ‘Read Across America Day’, a day dedicated to celebrate reading and the joy of books?! And, of course, it was also Dr. Seuss’s birthday, which is always cause for celebration. Our Catholic Elementary Schools on Long Island celebrated Read Across America Day with reading parties and other fun activities this week. Kiddos were thrilled to dive into their favorite Dr. Seuss books together, and share in the joy and love of reading.
St. William the Abbot School in Seaford hosted its annual Literacy Night earlier this month! Nursery through 2nd Grade Students and Parents were treated to a sneak peek of the SWS Drama Production of, “Mary Poppins,” followed by various literacy activities and crafts!