Principal's Weekly Update
A Message from Dr. Nadjarian
It was a great first week of specials! Students participated in physical education, art, library, music, world language (French or Spanish), and drama!
We have exciting news! We sold out of Red Sox tickets. I asked our Red Sox representative to add some more tickets for our St. Mary's families. If you are interested in attending the game on Monday, October 3rd at 7pm, please click on the link below:
Tickets are available here: https://fevo.me/stmary22
Lastly, I hope you have a safe and restful weekend. If you are around on Sunday, please stop by and visit our St. Mary's table at Brookline Day!
Back to School Night- Wednesday, September 21st
We are looking forward to seeing many of you next week at our Back to School Night! We recognize that many of you have children in both the younger and older grades. To accomodate you as much as possible, we will divide our back to School Night into two sessions, PreK-Grade 2 and Grade 3-Grade 8.
First session PreK-Grade 2:
Wine and Cheese will be served starting at 5:30 pm. PreK-Grade 2 teachers will be ready to welcome you into their classrooms starting at 6 pm.
Second session Grade 3-Grade 8:
Wine and cheese will be served starting at 6pm.
Grades 3-8 teachers will be ready to welcome you into their classrooms starting at 6:30 pm.
Wine and cheese will be served in the parking lot weather permitting.
September 18th: Brookline Day (come find our table!)
September 21st: Back to School Mass 8 a.m.
Back to School Night-Wine and Cheese Night (Parents only please see schedule above)
September 22nd: MAPS Rally at 2:15 p.m
September 23rd: Band Demo 10 a.m. (students only)
September 26th: MAPS testing begins
lunch from home
September 27th: First Coffee with the Principal at 8 a.m. school cafeteria
September 30th: Movie Night
October 1st: Alumni BBQ
October 3rd: Red Sox Game at 7 p.m.
October 12th: First Parent Volunteer Council meeting 3 p.m. (lower hall of church)
Early Childhood Spanish
I was so impressed as I sat in and observed our students presenting their glyphs to one another!
Middle School ELA
Grade 6 Science
Grade 7 Social Studies
Parent Volunteer Council
Thank you to the many parents who signed up to be a part of our Parent Volunteer Council! The purpose of the volunteer council is to facilitate, encourage, and ensure ongoing community building by creating a centralized group of committed parent volunteers to assist with events, community building, fundraising, and marketing. The Volunteer Council is open to all parents/legal guardians at St. Mary of the Assumption School. We especially encourage parents of younger students to be involved in order to meet other parents and join the community.
If interested in joining the Parent Volunteer Council, please complete the form below:
Volunteer service at St. Mary's is no longer mandatory, however, it is strongly encouraged to build community and set an example of servant leadership for our students.
Our first Parent Volunteer Council meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 12th at 3 p.m. in the lower hall of the church.
A Message from our Director of Advancement, Daniel Griffin
A Message from our Director of Admissions, Renalyn Te
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