St. Damian School
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We want to begin this week's newsletter with a sincere thank you from our administration, faculty and staff. The amount of kind gestures in all forms to celebrate "Teacher Appreciation Week" and "Nurse's Day" was like no other and we truly appreciate all you do for us. Thank you!
Our 8th graders put together the Annual May Crowning Ceremony this week. As a school community we would normally attend this service. This year's ceremony will be a bit different as we will be bringing it to you virtually. We will send you the May Crowning Ceremony and ask that you watch so that we may celebrate together.
This week brought more Zoom calls, more one on one meetings with teachers and aides and a little sunshine. Mr. Panozzo enjoys your pictures of the daily exercise activities.
This weekend, we recognize the special women in our lives as we celebrate Mother's Day. For our Family Friendly Friday Activity, I would ask that each of you do something special for your mom, aunt, grandmother, or special friend. It is the time to make lunch or dinner for them, watch a movie they may enjoy, like Coco, The Wizard of Oz, Wonder. Ask her! It's her pick this time. And, for our preschool and primary children here is a great activity to print out and give to her to celebrate her!
And, for our intermediate and junior high children, spend a minute using those writing skills and create a poem for her, maybe write a Haiku about your mom!
Happy Mother's Day! See you Next Week!
Thank you to our 8th grade team for this amazing tribute!
Mom and Tot's Class - Share with Your Friends! All Are Welcome
Just follow this link for more information!
This winter the parish subscribed to Formed.org. Many of our families have reviewed this site that works to improve Catholic site. Their new series SEARCH begins in May and looks very good. Those of us at St. Damian would encourage you to watch a new series, SEARCH, beginning this month with your families.
St. Damian School
Saint Damian School ensures individual students reach their potential through the development of their Catholic faith, character, citizenship and academics.