St. Damian School

Lancer Home Connection

Welcome Back!

We have been diligently working in our classrooms and are ready for your children as we anticipate an amazing year. While we always enjoy our summer vacations, we look forward to welcoming the children back in August with fresh ideas.

We hope you will join us on Sunday at 11:30 for our "Blessing of the Backpack Mass." For those of you new to us, we invite your child to bring his/her backpack and place it at the altar for a special blessing from our Parish Priests.

From 12:30 - 2 p.m, we invite you to our school for our open house and to visit with your child's teacher, drop off school supplies, and ask any questions you may have.

Please note, masks are required in the school building.

See you Sunday!

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New Start Time and End Times!

Please remember we are going back to one start and end time!

We will open the doors at 7:55 a.m. and the bell to begin will ring at 8:10 a.m.

Half day pre school students will continue to dismiss at 11:30 a.m.

First Day Back "Chalk the Walk"

Traditionally parents visit school the evening before the year commences and "Chalks the Walk" with messages for their children and school! Please feel free to "Chalk the Walk" again this year!

Mrs. Kingsbury Would Love For You To Join The Choir!

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Operating Framework For the 2021-22 School Year

Please review the following guidance from the Archdiocese of Chicago regarding our operating procedures for the year. Please also note that this is always subject to change.

It's Mum Sale Time!

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Please also note, that while we are not requiring vaccinations, when we do transition out of masks for vaccinated individuals, we will need to have the vaccination card on file. If your child is vaccinated, please bring a copy of the card to the office, so that we may place it in his/her confidential file. Also, when we transition, vaccinated individuals do not need to quarantine if they are a close exposure.

St. Damian School

Saint Damian School ensures individual students reach their potential through the development of their Catholic faith, character, citizenship and academics.