This week, members of our St. Patrick's community, including students and faculty and staff, have traveled to diverse locations to participate in exciting and enriching journeys with their peers. Today alone, we have students and faculty at work together in rural Virginia, on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, and in Haiti. These varied locations offer our students fresh learning opportunities and chances to expand their horizons here at St. Patrick's.
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On Thursday, October 4, faculty, parents, and students in Kindergarten to Grade 4 gathered for a special chapel to celebrate St. Francis of Assisi and to welcome and bless Rhiannon and Millie, two Irish Wolfhounds brought to us by their owners John and Mary O'Malley. Known for their loyalty, strength, keen intelligence, and independent thinking, Irish Wolfhounds represent the spirit of the St. Patrick's community.
On Tuesday, October 2, parents attended the MacArthur Campus Writing & Learning Center Coffee: Starting School Right, the first of six coffee meetings with parents. At that coffee, parents learned from the MacArthur Campus learning specialists about the work of the Writing & Learning Center and also about the MacArthur Campus study skills and writing curriculum.
What a wonderful community event Family Fun Day was!
St. Patrick's Community: Thank you for supporting Family Fun Day in so many ways! Our first community-wide event of the year was a great success, evident in the smiles of both children and adults. We are delighted you shared in the FUN.
Family Fun Day is on Saturday, September 29, rain or shine! We hope that each family will volunteer for at least one shift. We are in need of volunteers for Shift 2. You can sign up by clicking here.
We hope that you and your entire family will join the St. Patrick's community for this day of games, food, and laughter. As the first community-wide event in the school year, it is a wonderful way to meet new families, reconnect with old friends, and watch your children have some good, old-fashioned fun.
On behalf of the Parents Association and the entire St. Patrick's community, thank you for helping to make this event a success each and every year!