SAS Parent Newsletter

September 25, 2020

First Holy Communion

Saturday marks a very special day for our 3rd graders as they receive the Sacrament of First Holy Communion. Due to COVID-19 the Sacrament had to be scheduled for this year and I know they have been eagerly preparing for this day since last year. I ask that you keep our communicants in your prayers as they experience this special day.

Prayers Requested

We ask that you please keep the family of our administrative assistant and after school care coordinator, Renee Bukszar, in your prayers. Ms. Bukszar's father unexpectedly passed away this week.

September Thoughts

As we wind down the month of September, I am thankful for all the hard work put in by our staff, students, and families. This has not been an easy transition and an uncharacteristic start to a school year. While we are almost one month down, we must not lose sight of the work that was completed and still remains to keep the building operating throughout the school year.


For parents, thank you for your flexibility and support as we journey through this together. Opening a school during a pandemic has required a lot of changes and additional costs, which should also not be lost in all of this. Your continued support is one part of the equation. The other part of the equation keeping up on tuition payments. Now more than ever is it critical to stay on top of payments as the operating costs have increased to ensure our facility meets the guidelines and recommendations to remain open. As a school community, we will do everything in our power to keep these doors open for our students and families.


In all, it was another great week and I look forward to another great week ahead. Taking one week at a time, we can do this. Again, thank for all the work you have done and I hope everyone has a great weekend!