While our traditional Eighth Grade Graduation was cancelled due to COVID-19, we were able to celebrate our Class of 2020 with a drive thru celebration. We are very proud of these young men and women and their accomplishments. We wish them all the best in their High School years and beyond.
A committee of parents, teachers and staff meet weekly to discuss The Road Back which is the plan released by Gov. Murphy regarding the reopening of school in the Fall. We will share updates regularly as we move forward.
Please take the time to read the letter to all parents from Dr. William Watson, Superintendent of Schools. This communication contains FAQs which will answer a number of questions. Superintendent Letter to Parents – 7.16.20
Lord Jesus, you heal the sick.
We pray that the coronavirus that has
affected so many in our world can be
contained, controlled, and cured.
We lift up to your mercy all those affected,
all those working hard to study and cure this
illness, and all health care professionals and
emergency management teams that are
working day and night to keep us safe.
Help us, Lord to trust in your merciful care.
Lord Jesus, hear our prayer.
We are extremely proud to congratulate five of our eighth grade students that were awarded merit/presidential scholarships on the High School Placement Test. The awards came from Bishop Eustace, Camden Catholic, Paul VI, and Gloucester Catholic. These individuals are hard working and are very involved with our school community.
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