National Catholic Schools Week January 30 – February, 2022

This year, National Catholic Schools Week will be held January 30 – February 4, 2022 and is a week dedicated to celebrating our students, our families, our parish and our staff. Please join us Sunday, January 30th as we kick off the week with Dr. Mahar speaking at the 10:00 am mass, followed by an opportunity to Explore Our School ending at 2:00 pm.

Our 8th grade Ambassadors will provide tours and answer questions for families wanting to learn more about St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School. Please remember to wear your masks and social distance to the extent possible. Students who attend mass this weekend are encouraged to wear their uniform, this will earn them a free dress coupon to be used on the third Friday of February.

Each day of Catholic Schools Week we will focus our celebration on a different theme:

Monday, January 31st  we are celebrating Community Service Day

SPIRIT DRESS: Neon Day, Wear your fun brightly colored clothes today

 Tuesday, February 1st  we are celebrating our students on Student Day

SPIRIT DRESS: Disney Day, wear your favorite Disney character or Disney outfit today

Wednesday, February 2nd we are celebrating our parish on Faith Filled Catholic Day

We will attend an all-school mass at 8:30 a.m.

SPIRIT DRESS: Crazy Hat Day, wear your uniform and a crazy hat today

Thursday, February 3rd we will celebrate our volunteers and alumni on

Volunteer and Alumni Appreciation Day with special distinction to our selected Distinguished Graduate

Catholic Schools Week Service and Distinguished Graduate Celebration will begin at 2:15 pm

SPIRIT DRESS: Crazy Sock Day, wear your uniform and crazy socks today

Friday, February 4th we will celebrate our nation for Multicultural Day

First Friday St. Vincent de Paul Food Drive

SPIRIT DRESS: Wear Red, White, and Blue or your Cultural Heritage attire today

We value our students, faculty and staff, and parents here at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic School. Catholic Schools Week is a wonderful opportunity to celebrate you, as well as the importance of a Catholic education.