A Message From the Principals


January 22, 2021

Catholic Schools Week is fast approaching! We would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to Mrs. Bobbie Collins, St. Paul parent, and members of our Catholic Culture committee for organizing the activities. Bringing meaning to this important event under unique circumstances has been a challenge. That said, we are excited and look forward to a weeklong celebration filled with faith, fun, and fellowship. A formal schedule will be sent soon. Some highlights include……

  • Celebrating our Parish on Sunday, January 31st with 8th grade students speaking at all the weekend Masses. Please sign up to attend or watch remotely

  • Celebrating our Community on Monday, February 1st with an in person visit from Mayor Suthers, and a food drive kick-off

  • Celebrating our Students on Tuesday, February 2nd with virtual grade level buddy match ups, and NO HOMEWORK for students

  • Many Gifts, One Nation-A Day of Giving, to support St. Paul Parish and School Community (Tuesday and Wednesday)

  • Celebrating our Nation on Wednesday, February 3rd with an opportunity to recognize and celebrate St. Paul Military, First Responders, and Health Care Workers

  • Celebrating our Vocations on Thursday, February 4th by recognizing our Altar Servers and a Vocations Panel after Mass

  • Celebrating our Faculty, Staff, and Volunteers on Friday, February 5thwith a virtual All Schools Mass and Staff Appreciation Luncheon, coffee and donuts for parents at drop off

  • Celebrating our Families on Saturday, February 6th with special family activities


Please note that we will kick-off our 2021-2022 open enrollment efforts with a “WE LOVE ST. PAUL!” ZOOM call the week of February 7th. More to come!

Once again, we appreciate the new families that have joined us in 2021 as well as the welcoming attitude our school community has displayed!

With Gratitude, Jim and Sandy

“I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”