Our Mission Statement: St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope Regional School is a Catholic Christian learning community of children, professional educators, parents and families, clergy and religious, and lay ministers striving to live and share the Gospel message of Jesus Christ in word and action. We are dedicated to providing a child-centered learning environment in which all students, no matter what race, color, or background, are given opportunities to reach their full potential, become productive members of our society, and active members in the Church community.
Grandparents/Special Friends Day
Special Friends Day 2015.pdf
is scheduled for Friday, March 6 beginning with mass at 9:30 AM, followed by classroom activities.
Ziti lunch, prepared by members of our Student Council, will be available for $4.00 per
person. Proceeds will go toward eighth grade scholarships. The attached flyer has more details.
Annie Jr. Ticket Order Form.pdf
Our Drama Club proudly presents Annie, Jr.
on March 20 and 21 at 7:30 PM in Msgr. Code Auditorium. Please use the attached order form to purchase your reserved seat tickets.
The next session of Sports! (for boys and girls in grades Pre-K through 4) begins on March 4. Please see the attached registration flyer for more
April 1 Deadline Approaching
Bus transportation requests are due to your home public school district by April 1 each year. Transportation may be denied if you don't apply before the deadline. Check with your district for the paperwork that they require.
Catholic Schools Week
Photo albums from Catholic Schools Week can be viewed on our school's Facebook page. To view them, click here
Governor Cuomo has included the Education Tax Credit in his Executive Budget. This tax credit is designed to generate desperately needed scholarships for tuition-paying families, as well as additional funding to public schools. The state Senate, under Senator Dean Skelos, has passed its own version of the tax credit. In addition, the measure is strongly supported by a majority of Assembly members. But this is just the beginning of the battle. Well-funded opponents of the measure will be fighting to have the credit removed in a final budget agreement. Please take action immediately to tell Governor Cuomo and your Senator and Asssembly Member to fight to keep the Education Tax Credit in the final state budget. Action Alert
Tomorrow's Hope Foundation Student Aid Forms are available.
forms must be postmarked to Private School Aid Service
by April 20, 2015. PDF copies of the application are available in English
and in Spanish
. You may also fill out and send the application online
Spirit Wear by Lobels.pdf
Spirit Wear Available
Hoodies and jackets are available with the school logo embroidered in color. Complete the attached order form and send it in to the office.
Photo albums may be found on the school's Facebook page. Click here to join.
The St. Brigid/Our Lady of Hope School App is now available for your smart phone or tablet. Choose the icon for your device and you will be taken to the correct link.
Pre-School Programs Call the office or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about our programs. Click here to see our Pre-School Showcase Slideshow featuring images from Mommy & Me/Toddler Program, Nursery, and Pre-K.
OFFICIAL NOTICE: Rockville Centre - Ursuline Sister Joanne Callahan, Diocesan Superintendent of Schools, is recognized as an official with authority to respond to Revenue Procedure (75-50) which was published in the Internal Revenue Bulletin dated December 8, 1975. In conformity with IRS regulation, notice is hereby given that the schools of the Diocese of Rockville Centre admit students of any race to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the schools and that the schools do not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of their education policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. Sister Joanne further explained that the very notion of racial discrimination is diametrically opposed to the concept of Christian communities that our schools strive to be. She also pointed out that our Catholic schools have always welcomed and have been enriched by students from various ethnic groups.