Plan now to attend our 11th annual tropical Trivia Night on Saturday, Feb. 2 for fun, food, drink and an opportunity to share your vast collection of knowledge! Tables for eight are available. In addition to trivia, a bottle booth and 50/50 drawing, there’ll be a Silent Auction featuring sports memorabilia, photos, plaques and items celebrating St. Louis favorites. Click here for more Trivia Night info. For further information, call 636-946-5632.
The Pre-Primary children enjoyed decorating their “Kingdom” recently as they learned about the letter “K.” They created windows, painted bricks, added glitter and attached a door Knob. The children decorated crowns with their names so they could be “King” of their kingdom. Next, they will let their imaginations run WILD for “W” week as they play inside the beautifully decorated kingdom.
We look forward to welcoming prospective families to our Winter Open House on Wednesday, Jan. 16. We’ll begin in the Conference Room with a 9 a.m. presentation by Sister Maureen Glavin and our two Principals, followed by tours of the school given by our Seventh and Eighth Class Student Ambassadors from 9:45 to 11 a.m. All are welcome to join us for this glimpse into our classrooms, questions and answers, refreshments and more. For further information, contact Admissions Director Lisa Tebbe at 636-946-6127, ext. 1620 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As we move toward the culmination of the Christmas season, Sister Glavin describes her prayer for the new year.
The Academy community celebrated its annual Christmas Basket Mass Dec. 18. Continuing a decades-long tradition, school families donated hundreds of baskets, boxes and cartons of food containing all the ingredients for a holiday meal. Our older students helped transport the baskets from the car pool line to the bleachers. Generosity and gratitude were tangible at the all-school Mass with Father Richard Tillman presiding. Afterward, the baskets were taken to a dozen area agencies and parishes for area families in need.
During the liturgy, the Mothers’ Club officers presented Sr. Glavin with a check to support the Sister Anna Mae Marheineke Enrichment Fund, technology and capital improvements.[nggallery id=81]