Weekly Events

Thursday, April 30

Easter Mass 8:00 am

Grades K-8 attend 

Friday, May 15

May Crowning and 8th Grade Class Day

Half Day Dismissal 

Friday, May 22

NO SCHOOL

Monday, May 25

NO SCHOOL-Memorial Day

Friday, May  29

Run for Funds

 

A MESSAGE from Mrs. Bainbridge

The sleepy colors of winter fade fast

in the dawn of Spring.
The joy of Easter's promise,
Delivers sweet reason to sing

Refreshed from her snowy slumber,
Mother Earth exalts her worth.
In a colorful burst of glory,
she blazons her wondrous rebirth.

Renew your spirit, refresh your soul,
Rejoice with all humankind.
Celebrate life everlasting. Peace and

wonder are yours to find.

The blessing of the Lord be upon you...
~ Psalms 129:8

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May the glory and the promise of this joyous time of year bring peace and happiness to you and those you hold most dear, and may Christ, Our Risen Savior, always be there by your side to bless you most abundantly and be your loving guide.

 


St. Christopher School - BUILDING ON A TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE -

Our program of Catholic education relies on the basis of proven success and innovative educational experiences. In doing so, we develop a foundation of faith in students who have the skills to become life-long learners.


WE AS A CATHOLIC SCHOOL COMMUNITY:


BELIEVE -- that each student enrolled at St. Christopher School is a unique and important person and that every facet of his/her life -- spiritual, emotional, intellectual, social and physical should be developed.


SEEK -- to help each individual develop as thinking, caring Christian who respects all life and has the desire and ability to contribute constructively to the betterment of our world.


REALIZE -- that the educational process goes beyond the school. Thus, the developing of a shared commitment from the community, parents and school is a necessary ingredient in achieving these goals.


 

St. Christopher School Mission Statement

Believe ~ Seek ~ Realize