St. Damian School

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Let's Get Ready for Catholic Schools Week!

Catholic Schools Week Agenda

Sunday, January 30, 2022

Celebrate our Parish at our 11:30 mass.

Monday, January 31, 2022

Celebrate our Community with our All School Community Meeting in our Gym

"Jesus Calls Us All By Name".

Livestream on our Facebook Page beginning at 8:20 a.m.

Tuesday, February 1, 2022

Celebrate our Students with our All School Liturgy

"Heart of the School Mass" at 9:00 a.m. will be livestreamed.

Special Fun Singing and Dancing for our Student Assembly at 10 a.m. in our Gym

All School Bingo at 2:15 p.m.

Wednesday, February 2, 2022

Celebrate our Nation

Red, White, and Blue Dress Down Day

Thursday, February 3, 2022

Celebrate our Vocations

Special Zoom with Sr. Stephanie from The Mission of the Holy Angels

Friday, February 4, 2022

Celebrate our Faculty and Staff

Student/Faculty Volleyball Game in our Gym

Early Dismissal at noon, students will eat lunch at school

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Rolling Out Our Root Beliefs

We are hopeful that you have noticed that we are very intentional this year about creating a "Christ Centered Culture of Joy." We greet all students by name in a warm and friendly manner from the minute they get out of your car, at the door, and even at their classroom doors.

We have been working towards a more restorative positive classroom management model rather than a punitive one.

We work to celebrate the work of the students and the work of our faculty and staff. Our halls are adorned with their beautiful work, whether it be poetry, visual art, or our school's IReady growth.

In remaining true to our "Christ Centered Culture of Joy" we will be beginning monthly morning assemblies. The morning assemblies will focus on our newly created "Root Beliefs." Root beliefs are our statements of conviction that express truths about our community. We believe that when children engage in shared root beliefs, they are in turn grounded in their faith everyday. We want to develop positive habits that become virtues for life.

Our first root belief we will introduce to our students is "Jesus calls us each by name." We believe Jesus calls us each by name. He loves us, He chose, us, and He accepts us. We are special. We are his masterpiece. We will ask the students to reflect on how their eyes can become more open to Jesus. We will also remind the children the next they may be sad to pause and remember that Jesus knows and calls them by name. We want them reflect on that and stand tall because Jesus is calling us.

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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.

Tickets will be sold for $30 each. Contact us to purchase your tickets today!

First Graders Make Oobleck In Science Class

Vaccine Cards

If your child is fully vaccinated, please remember to bring a copy of his/her vaccine card so that we may have this on file. We can also make a copy while you wait.
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School Dental Examinations for the 22-23 School Year - Save The Date

St. Damian School is excited to provide students with an opportunity to receive dental services. The Heart that Smiles Mobile Dentists will be at St. Damian on April 4 and 6, 2022.

Please watch our newsletters for information how to sign!

Religious Education Fundraiser

Religious Ed will host a bake sale at all masses the weekend of February 12th and 13th.

Lunch Room Volunteers

We really do 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!

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

You may also receive information at our Parish website:

St. Damian School

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