To be Christ-centered in your words, thoughts and actions.


Today we celebrate the Feast of St. Joseph. Our day began with a wonderful Mass celebration and then all classrooms had a visit from St. Joseph, himself. St. Joseph spoke of obedience to God and also how he taught his son, Jesus, the skill of a carpenter. The students enjoyed this time and also were able to ask St. Joseph many questions. Enjoy the pictures below.

St. Joseph, Pray For US!



This is just a reminder that the end of the grading period is today, March 19th. Report cards will be sent home next week.


We are still in need of copy paper for our school. If you are able to donate, we would gladly accept. If you have already donated, thank you.


SCRIP is in our school office during school hours. This is a great way to get gift cards for groceries, gas, family vacations, first communion gifts, and any other occasion. By using SCRIP, you can also receive end of the year credits that can help reduce your tuition.

For more information on the SCRIP program please visit our website at, and look for the SCRIP links.


Here are some friendly reminders in order to help your student be prepared for the school day:

1) Water bottles: Our school drinking fountains are still closed due to COVID, so please make sure that your child brings his/her water bottle every day.

2) Masks: We are encouraging many of our students to keep their masks in their backpack pocket as they leave the building so that there is always one for the next day. Please wash these on the weekends. We are having many students come to the office for a new mask and our supplies are diminishing.

3) Dress for the Weather: Please pay attention to the weather as our temps have been fluctuating quite a bit. We would prefer that a student over dress for the weather, rather than not have enough clothes to keep them warm, especially since we go out to recess daily.

4) Backpack Cleanout: Spring Break is a great time to empty and cleanout your child's backpack. We are coming to the end of the grading period so most things left in the backpack are probably not needed.


Our Queen of Angels School Board will have several positions opening for the 2021-2022 school year. If interested, please notify the school office or contact Gene at


If your family did not receive an email with the code to re-register your child, please call the school office so that we can resolve this issue. Meanwhile, those who did receive the code, should start completing the registration and bringing in your $100 early registration fee.

**Remember that ALL overdue fees must be paid in full before your child's registration will be approved for next year. This will allow them to be included in the class count.**

New families that are registering now will be included in the class counts on March 26th. If you have a child who is Preschool - through 8th grade, or you know someone who does, who may be interested in joining our Queen of Angels School Family, please contact us at 260-483-8214, for new student registration information.

Our school website, provides a virtual tour, a sign-up genius for in-person tours, and information on tuition rates, financial aid, and much more.


Grades 5 - 8 students will soon come home with more detailed information about Girls soccer, track, and softball and Boys Soccer and Track.

*Royal Reds Track Team has their first practice on Monday, March 22 from 5:30 - 6:30 pm at Queen of Angels (Information sheets were handed out to interested students on Friday, March 19th)


Hello Parents!

My name is Samantha Reitman and I am the Queen of Angels Youth Minister. We are starting a youth group for Middle School. Our High School Youth Group has been active already for most of the school, in the fall, and I would like you all to come to the parent meeting. I will talk about how the program works and how you can easily help. Father Zak will be present for any questions, and I will be there showing you what we are working towards for the youth group, and all our hopes for the program.

Your Sister in Christ,

Samantha Jo Reitman


Guiding students, as Children of Mary, to be disciples of Christ through faith, knowledge and service.