One of Mother Teresa’s famous quotes is, “I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do great things.” This speaks to the great work that was done by many for our Wheel-A-Thon! What an amazing event, from beginning to end, riding, to sharing in laughter and food, it was beyond words. Thank you to Andrea Pezel, and Natalie Kendall for their leadership, and for the many volunteers that made it happen!
This past Sunday, we came together as “family” to celebrate Mass. It was great to share time with each other, and I look forward to sharing many more Sundays worshipping together.
Today, our 8th graders attended mass at the Cathedral of Christ the Light in Oakland. This was a day to celebrate them, and their being leaders to all those students who look up to them. We are so proud of them, and look forward to the many memories they will make this
Please join us this Friday to celebrate the feast day of our patron saint along with the parish at 8:30 am Mass. At 12:00, we will have a blessing of the pets on the field. A handout
was sent out in the parent envelope with exact details. We will dismiss on Friday at 12:30
following the blessing of the pets.
Please join us on Sunday, October 6 for our Parish Festival. Food, Games, Family, Community and Fun guaranteed!! Thanks again for your support of St. Francis of Assisi School and Parish. If you haven’t signed up to help out at the festival, click on the SignUp Genius link and sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60B0F4EAEA723A20-stfrancis3
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5th Grade – They are reading Wonder during Literature time as well as doing service leading Pizza Mondays.
6th Grade – 6th graders are starting a research project on “unsung heroes.”
“Rooted in Heart,”