- As we prepare to enter the Easter Triduum we know the Lord is walking with us in this journey. May we continue to pray for all those who are assisting us and those in need. In particular let us remember: health care workers, first responders, police, fire personal, food services, post office workers, truck drivers, and numerous volunteers. I would also ask you to keep in prayer, Andrew Philips, the uncle of Julia and Will McBride from our Clockhouse. Mr. Philips is seriously ill.
- All are invited to take part in our Wildcat Challenge. A flyer was sent by email. I look forward to seeing your pictures and videos. Safety is a priority!
- A link will be sent for you to view the film Jesus. I will also send an additional link for the series Brother Francis. Additional online mass opportunities will be emailed to you.
- This afternoon the younger grade teachers will be participating in a workshop on Google. We will be moving away from Zoom meetings. During the past week we have added a variety of security measures for Zoom but it is in the best interest of our children to move to Google. Needed information will be shared with you.
Be assured of my daily prayer for you and your family. I am grateful to you for your support and prayers during this transition. Our school building is very empty without your children and my hope and dream is for us to return sometime in May. I realize the opening of school is presently out of my control but I do keep that intention in my prayer.
I hope the Spring break offers you the opportunity to rest, relax, and enjoy some extra family time. Hopefully, Mother Nature will cooperate and we will enjoy some sunshine. Please keep well and healthy. We are all in this together and our prayerful support for one another will give us strength and courage.
God bless you and your family,
Sister MargaretWildcat Challenge