It was great to see all the families that attended our Open House last Friday! The laughter of seeing many for the first time in a long time was heartwarming to watch! Thank you to Mrs. Smithwick for setting up the food truck, to our used uniform folks, and to our girl scouts for helping to complete the afternoon. You should have received a “Lent in a Bag” for your family to bring the spirit of Lent into your home. This is a very special time in our Liturgical year that has a beautiful story. We hope you will take the time to enjoy this activity with your family.
Beginning at 11:59 pm on Friday, March 11, 2022, Saint Francis of Assisi School will align with State and County guidance regarding the wearing of masks indoors in K-12 settings.
- Masks will be optional on the school campus beginning March 14, 2022
- Students, teachers, staff, and visitors may still choose to wear masks on campus depending on their personal preference and circumstances since the County and State Health guidelines still “strongly recommend” masking as a mitigation strategy.
- Faculty, Staff, and Parents will no longer need to present the Health App prior to their arrival at school.
Saint Francis of Assisi Parish and School Lenten Almsgiving Project
Father Ismael has asked for us to partner in helping the Parish with fundraising for a Mission project in Haiti. La Saline, a commune of Haiti located in the western department, is one of the largest slums in the country. Unemployment, lack of social housing, road infrastructure, and schools reinforce the poor living conditions in La Saline. Misery only stagnates or increases in this vast slum where parents do not have the means to meet the needs of their children, and adolescents are left to their own devices. For the past few years, the incessant fighting between armed gangs, repeated protest strikes, and this year’s health crisis caused by the Coronavirus pandemic have further aggravated the precarious situation of the families. In a direct way, this project will benefit 250 young people. Read more about the project here: Haiti project
Start collecting your coins for our, PENNY BATTLE to lift up Haitian Youth a COIN at a time- more information will be coming soon!
Celebrate St. Patty’s
Let us Cook for you Saturday
Saint Patrick’s Celebration Dinner No Waiting>Drive-Thru Saturday, March 12th
Ya gotta eat; so make it fun and easy!!! Celebrate the legacy of Saint Patrick and Ireland. Get your crew together, hit Party City for a little decor, and pour the Irish beer for a fun evening together, and we’ll provide the food. The food has already been taste-tested, and it is SUPER. Charlie is sharing his O’Conner Family Recipe for Irish Soda Bread.
Slow Cooked Irish Beef and Stout Pot Pie, and Savoy Beef Bite both in Golden Phyllo Dough Crust with Crispy Salad and Charlie O’Connor’s family recipe for homemade Crusted White Soda Bread
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Carondelet is pleased to announce the return of our coed day camp, Camp Carondelet
. Entering its third year, this all-day camp offers incoming 3rd-8th graders a balance of enrichment learning and outdoor play. Offered for four weeks throughout June and July, the fee to enroll is $450 per week.
For incoming girls in 2nd-9th grade searching for the chance to improve their sports skills, make friends, and meet our coaches, we invite them to sign up for our Summer Sports Clinics.
Focused on a variety of sports including Volleyball, Basketball, and Soccer, these are always a crowd-pleaser and have many repeat returners each summer.
Registration fees for Carondelet Sports Clinics range from $195 to $450 and take place at our Main Campus or the Carondelet Athletics Complex.
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Our Mission Statement
Inspired by our patron saint, St. Francis of Assisi, in collaboration with the Parish, community, parents, and students, our school celebrates an environment which is dedicated to providing quality faith-based Catholic education in a safe and nurturing environment for students in grades TK-8. Our value-centered academic programs empower the students with the skills to be faith-filled people, life-long learners and problem solvers, globally responsible citizens, and effective communicators.