St. Damian School

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Happy New Year!

January 17, 2022 - No School - Martin Luther King Jr Day

January 21, 2022 - Graduation Pictures - Correction

Tax Credit Scholarship Eligibility

Through the Illinois Invest in Kids Act, tax credit scholarships are available to children grades K-12 from low-income households who want a Catholic school education. This program started during the 2018/19 school year and many families in our Catholic schools have benefitted. Application opens on January 12, 2022. It is on a first-come, first-serve basis so be ready to click the button at 6:30 p.m. For thorough instructions, please see the link included.


See the button below to learn more!

Shark Tank In 4th Grade

Fourth grader learn about free enterprise in Social Studies and create their own products to present just like the Shark Tank television show.

Lunch Room Volunteers

It's a new year and we still need your help! We've made the shifts a little shorter to help you! Sign up for one, two or more! Thank you so much for helping us in our building. We can't do it without you!

Fifth Graders Begin to Learn Code!

Late Nite Catechism Comes to St. Damian

We are very excited to announce that our fundraiser this year will be "Late Nite Catechism" on March 24, 2022. While we have secured the event, quite a bit of planning will need to be put in place. We would love for you to join our committee. Please contact Mrs. Ward if you would like to help us out. We really do need you. There are a variety of opportunities large and small to be involved! Thank you so much for your help.

Protecting God's Children

Those of you that are volunteering at St. Damian, for the first time and those of you have volunteered in the past, if you need your account activated or re activated, please contact Connie Swidergal at connies@stdamianchurch.org


You may also receive information at our Parish website:

https://www.stdamianchurch.org/volunteering-with-children

St. Damian School

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