Policy Regarding Sunday Extracurricular Activities in the Parishes and Schools of the Diocese of Richmond »
In May of 2016, Bishop DiLorenzo, by letter dated May 20, 2016, asked that “parishes and schools no longer sponsor or host extracurricular events on Sundays.
Saint Mary’s school requires students grades 6 – 8, to take mid-term and final examinations in Religion, Social Studies, English, Science, Mathematics and either Spanish or Frenc
Rapid recall of basic mathematical computations, often referred to as “math facts” is essential to the mastery of higher order mathematical concepts.
“Our family is going on vacation [during scheduled school days]; can you give us the school work that our Saint Mary’s student will be missing over this time?” Such a simple question,
Teachers are concerned about the weight of backpacks as students transport books and supplies between home and school.
Recently, many of you provided your anonymous responses to a school satisfaction survey administered by the Office of Catholic Schools, Diocese of Richmond.
From Kindergarten to Fifth Grade, upcoming class placements are a time of both great excitement as well as some apprehension.
From time to time, the question arises “Can my student bring a cell phone to school if it remains in her or his backpack and is turned off?” This often leads to additional ques
Measles is a highly communicable viral disease. Measles begins with a mild to moderate fever accompanied by cough, runny nose, and red eyes.
Please read the the letter that was sent home to each family regarding email issues being experienced by Saint Mary’s School.