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“You are salt for the world…” Matt 5:13 Catholic Schools Week was a wonderful celebration at St. Benedict School. We were blessed with good weather and great participation in all our events. Thanks to the many parents, grandparents and community members who joined us for mass and lunch. Special thanks to all the parents and PTO members for making sure we had what was needed. The investment of time and talent by our staff and volunteers is not only appreciated during Catholic Schools week, but all year long! Friday – Family Game Night was a lot of fun for the 100+ who attended. Thanks to our Enrollment and Retention Director, Erica Miley for organizing a great event. Saturday and Sunday I had the privilege to speak to the parishioners of Little Flower Parish about the examples of how students are responding to God’s call to learn, serve, lead and succeed 
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“Samuel answered, ‘Speak Lord, your servant is listening’.” Each year, the National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) encourages the Catholic schools in the United States to set aside a week to celebrate. Catholic Schools Week helps us focus on the value Catholic education provides to our students and their families and well as the contributions to our church, our community and our nation. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” Activities for students, families, parish communities and teachers are being planned for January 28 – February 4, 2018 and a list of events will be sent home in next week’s Thursday envelope. We look forward to celebrating with you! Save the Date for Family Game Night, Friday, January 26th from 5:30 – 7:30. This event will be a good excuse to get out of the house and will also help us kick off our annual Catholic Schools Week 
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“We are all partners with Christ if we hold firmly to the end the confidence we had at the beginning.” Hebrews 3:14 Happy New Year and welcome (finally) back to school. I am pretty sure that parents were just as eager to get the children back to school as teachers were to have them back in the classroom. The third quarter of school has always been my personal favorite. It is a time when schedules seem slower, routines are in place and we can really buckle down to some intensive instruction and learning! Having said that, I did regret getting off to a delayed start but under the circumstances, felt it was in everyone’s best interest to cancel school on the bitterly cold days and begin fresh this week. As you know, this was an unusual circumstance in which the individual Toledo Catholic Schools needed to make their own decisions. 
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United in Community, in partnership with families, guided by the message of St. Benedict, God calls us to LIVE, LEARN, LOVE.
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