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    St. Mary School offers a contemporary, innovative Catholic education designed to ensure that students flourish on every level. Our experienced, caring faculty recognizes the individuality of all students and strives to encourage every child to be the best they can be.

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    • Catholic Schools Week
      Parents, please join us on Tuesday, January 28th from 9-10am for our Open House. You are also invited to our Living Rosary and Benediction in the Church on Thursday, January 31st at 1:15pm. A flyer will go home on Friday the 17th with the full schedule for Catholic Schools Week
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    • Open House for Prospective Parents
      St Mary School will be hosting 3 Open Houses this January, during Catholic Schools Week, for prospective parents. One on Sunday, January 26th from 10:45-11:45am (immediately following the 9:45am mass); Monday, January 27th from 5-7pm and Tuesday, January 28th from 9-11am. In addition to that, we will have Touring Tuesdays on February 11 and 18, March 3 and 24 from 9-11am. Please call us at 845-896-9561 to make an appointment.
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    • January Saint of the Month - Saint Andre Bessette
      Brother André was born Alfred Bessette to a poor Quebec family in 1845. His father died in a work accident when he was nine, and his mother died three years later. His large family was split up and the future Brother André, barely literate and physically weak from birth, moved from job to job for years. In 1870 he presented himself as a candidate for the novitiate of the Congregation of Holy Cross in Montreal. They did not wish to accept him due to his sickness, but assigned him a very humble job when the bishop implored them to. He was made porter at Notre-Dame College, where his daily tasks consisted of washing floors and windows, cleaning lamps, carrying firewood and working as a messenger. Bro. André use to say, “It is with the smallest brushes that the artists paint the most beautiful pictures.” He welcomed the sick and heartbroken, inviting them to pray to St. Joseph. His reputation grew as people reported that their prayers had been answered. Out of devotion to St. Joseph, he built a chapel with help from friends and money he earned from giving haircuts to students. Larger versions of the chapel were constructed as more and more pilgrims came. Brother André died in 1937.
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    • 2019-20 TOURING TUESDAY Dates for Prospective Parents Announced
      We invite you to experience St. Mary School in action by visiting us any time during the year. See our high quality PreK through Grade 8 classes for yourself.
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