Catholic Action Network EDUCATION NEWS FALL 2014
Please see the attached newsletter for information about the state lawmakers representing our school.
Supply Lists 2014-15.pdf
School Supply Lists
Misplaced your supply list? Search no more. Here they are. Scroll to the end for the information for kindergarten.
Summer Reading Assignments 2014-15.docx
Summer Reading Assignments
Attached are the summer reading assignments for students entering grades 2 through 8. Happy reading!
Philly Trip 2014 Deposit.docx
Our Middle School students are heading to Philadelphia, PA on October 9 and 10. We will be visiting the Franklin Institute, Constitution Center, and major historic sites in the city. See the attachment for details.
Kicked to the Curb by Cuomo
Kicked to the Curb by Cuomo w Photo.pdf
Contact Governor Cuomo and tell him to keep his promise - enact the Education Investment Tax Credit for our children, and for our schools! Governor Cuomo's phone number: (518) 474-8390; Contact Governor Cuomo on-line: www.bit.ly/ContactGovCuomo
; Tweet Governor Cuomo the following: NYS needs @NYGovCuomo
to make #InvestInEd Tax Credit into law. Read the attachment for background about the Education Investment Tax Credit. Thank you!
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.