his week at Catholic Schools was filled with diverse and engaging activities. The celebration of Three Kings Day brought together our community, as students participated in various festivities. A unique and dynamic “shapes with their bodies” activity sparked creativity and movement throughout the classroom. Meanwhile, the Pre-K students shared heartwarming winter wishes, and alumni made surprise visits, reconnecting with their kinder buddies from the previous year. It was a week meaningful connections, embodying the Catholic school community.
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Did you know that St. John Nepomucene Neumann was the first American man to become a saint? In the big family of Catholic saints, St. John Neumann shines as an amazing example of love for God and helping others, especially through teaching. Let’s learn more about him!
Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton was born as Elizabeth Ann Bayley on August 28, 1774, in New York City. She is known for her remarkable contributions to education and her founding of the Sisters of Charity, the first American religious community for women. Her life is a testament to faith, resilience, and a dedication to serving the less fortunate.
This week at Diocese of Rockville Centre Catholic Schools was filled with joy and festive spirit as students eagerly embraced the Christmas season before the much-anticipated holiday break. The week kicked off with the delightful activity of crafting gingerbread houses, allowing students to showcase their creativity. Christmas traditions took center stage in the classrooms, where students immersed themselves in learning about this joyous holiday. The school resonated with melodies as both the chorus and band presented a heartwarming concert that spread the cheer of the season. A surprise visit from the Grinch added an element of whimsy to the holiday party, creating laughter and lasting memories. The celebration continued with a festive walk, reindeer games that brought laughter, and a mesmerizing nutcracker performance that captivated the entire school community. As the week concludes, the spirit of Christmas has truly enveloped, leaving everyone filled with warmth and anticipation for the upcoming holiday break.
It was a very exciting week at the Diocese of Rockville Centre Catholic Schools! The students celebrated Christmastime through concerts, artwork, gingerbread houses, toy drives, and Christmas sweaters! There were exciting science projects in the classroom and on field trips outside of the classroom. The students and faculty at the DRVC schools finished the 2023 school year strong and participated in many fun activities to prepare for the celebration of the birth of Jesus.
Our Lady of Guadalupe is a beloved figure for Catholics around the world, and she is especially revered in Mexico, where she is known as the “Empress of the Americas.” Her apparition to Juan Diego in 1531 and the miraculous image that was imprinted on his tilma (cloak) are some of the most well-known and beloved events in Catholic history.