Category Archives: News


First Day of School


The first day of school is Monday, August 17th.

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GO GREEN!!!


Join us for “The Wearing of the Green” parade on St. Patrick’s Day, March 17th! The parade will begin at 10:00am with a short program to follow in the school cafeteria!

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Message from School Counselor


As the School Counselor at STS, my job is to talk to our students about ways to be the best we can be and to live the way God wants us to live. I am also a listening ear and a helping hand to any students that need to talk to someone. Every 2 weeks […]

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Catholic Schools Week


Catholic Schools Week begins January 24th through February 1st! Please view the Catholic Schools Week Schedule to learn more about this week’s special events.

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Open House – January 25th


Please join us for St. Teresa’s Open House on Sunday, January 25th after 11 a.m. Mass! For more information, please visit the Open House page.

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Students Adopt Lily Pad Family


Second and 3rd grade students teamed up to adopt a family at the Lily Pad. Lily Pad is an organization that provides care for hurt, abused families and children. The students brought in several items for this family to enjoy during this Christmas season.  

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Father Paulinus Visits PreK4


Every Wednesday, Fr. Paulinus teaches religion class at school. He did a great job of praying and teaching PreK4 this week! Thank you for sharing your love for God and others with our school children, Father!

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Middle School Enjoyed All Hallows Eve


Clapping hands and joyful noises – on all Hallows Eve – Middle Schoolers sang and danced to a playlist each and every one of them contributed to. From the angry birds to the supermen to the minions – all in costume while they danced in the joy of being young! Not one student sat on […]

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Kindergarten Update


What does October, pool noodles, and the Hail Mary prayer have in common? Our Lady of the Rosary of course! St. Teresa’s Kindergarten kids are saying a decade of the Rosary each day using a giant Rosary made from pool noodles. This makes for a peaceful and happy classroom.

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Oct 3rd Dedicated to Grandparents


On October 3rd, St. Teresa’s School dedicated the entire day to our Great, Respectful, Awesome Nurturing, Dynamic, Playful, Appreciative, Rewarding, Exciting, Nice, Thoughtful, Super Grandparents. PreK4 performed the letter sounds to the song titled Letter Pop, followed directions to the book Clap Your Hands by Lorinda Cauley and ended the performance by singing the Bye-Bye song in […]

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