Principal's Weekly Newsletter
A Message from Dr. Nadjarian
As our summer begins, I would like to express how grateful I am to be leading such an incredible community of students, parents, and staff for the second year. It has been a year filled with learning, collaboration, and growth. I am so proud of all of the achievements of our students as well as so touched to see the special bonds that have formed amongst one another. They accomplishments and friendships would not be possible without the endless commitment, skills, and devotion of St. Mary's School staff. Thank you and well done to an incredible group of educators.
Thank you to Father Jonathan and Father Bobby for teaching our school community how beautiful God’s love is. Thank you for inspiring all of us to live out the values that Jesus has taught us!
A special thank you to our Parent Volunteer Council and Room Parents who helped make our many community events so successful this year and to all the parents, we all thank you for entrusting your precious children to us. The partnership between home and school is so important to us and your dedication to their education and your generosity to St. Mary's is so deeply appreciated.
A final word to St. Mary’s students: Thank you for all your hard work throughout the school year. I am so honored to be your principal; you make me proud. I am grateful for your joy, kindness, perseverance, and talents. I hope you have a safe and happy summer break.
As we continue through the summer, I look forward to keeping you informed and engaged with upcoming plans for the following academic year.
I would like to wish students, families, and staff a safe, restful, and rewarding summer. I hope you all get the opportunity to spend quality time with family and friends and come back to school with a sense of rejuvenation in the fall.
More September details to come, including the date for Back to School Night! Please be on the lookout for next year's academic calendar via email next week as well.
- No School - Labor Day
- No School- Student/Teacher Meet and Greet
- First Day of School (Grades 1-8) & Early Dismissal: 11:30 a.m. Bring a snack from home
- First Full Day of School (Grades 1-8) Bring lunch from home
- Orientation (PreK-K2), 9-10:30 a.m.
- First Day of School with only PreK-K2 & Early Dismissal for PreK-K2 at 11:30 a.m. Bring a snack from home
- Second Full Day of School (Grades 1-8) Bring lunch from home
Celebrating 20 Years at St. Mary's
Thank you to our School Board
Thank you to:
Michael Holley, co-chair
Damien Leigh, co-chair
Fr. Jonathan Gaspar, pastor
Jeremiah Smith, secretary