Beginning Wednesday, May 1, our School uniform will include shorts worn at the knee. Please refer to the St. Mary's School Dress Code for uniform short requirements. The Dress Code can be found on our website at the following link: https://www.stmarysl.org/dress-code---st-marys-school.html
Congratulations to all the students who stood out showing the Virtue INDUSTRIOUSNESS last week! They were recognized by Principal VanHammen at Friday morning Mass. The Lobby TV also displays School News in case you weren't able to attend Friday 😀
Our VIRTUE for the Week beginning Monday, April 29th is SINCERITY - Meaning: Trustfulness in words and actions; honesty and enthusiasm towards others.
Pancakes, sausage, juice and fruit was on the menu this morning - a great way to start ERA Day!
It was FUN seeing so many students dress in their favorite era clothing and accessories from the late 1800's through Yesterday! (Era Day was an event scheduled for Spirit Week that was cancelled due to bad weather)
Openings are still available in our NEW Kindergarten Prep Classroom. CHOOSE BETWEEN 4 OR 5 DAY WEEK FOR YOUR CHILD!
2019/2020 Preschool Registration is nearing capacity in our 3 year-old and 4 year-old morning class.
Openings are still available in our NEW Kindergarten Prep Classroom.
CHOOSE BETWEEN 4 OR 5 DAY WEEK FOR YOUR CHILD! *****Reserve your spot today!
We invite anyone interested in seeing our beautiful school to call ahead or just stop by while school is in session. We'd love to show you how we teach the Catholic faith along with all the other core subjects each day.
Contact us by email: email@example.com or call 616-842-1282.
Be sure to like us on facebook! ❤️
Did you know? Many of our students participate in a variety of sports that are offered throughout the school year
in neighboring school districts - Track/Tennis/Lacrosse/Softball/Football/Cross Country/Ski Club/and more!
Plus, our very own St. Mary's School basketball teams for both boys and girls in the 5th - 8th grade.
SUMMER DAY CAMP OPPORTUNITY
Franciscan Life Process Center’s Summer Experiences Day Camp for Children ages 6-15 with Sister Mary Paul Moller, FSE - Lowell, Michigan
If you are not VIRTUS trained and want to volunteer at our parish or school and will be around children under 18, you are required to be VIRTUS trained and have supporting documents on file at our School. St. Mary's Parish will have a Protecting God's Children for Adults training class conducted by VIRTUS certified facilitators on Sunday, June 9 from 2:00PM-5:00PM (3 hour class)
Register for this class online at https://www.virtusonline.org/virtus/reg_list.cfm?theme=0
For more information on VIRTUS, visit our website at https://www.stmarysl.org/virtus-information.html
Where: St. Mary's Parish (Spring Lake)
When: Sunday, June 9, 2019 from 2:00PM-5:00PM
Estimated length of session: 3 hours
Once the presentation begins no one will be allowed to enter. Please arrive early - there is a brief sign-in procedure.
University of Detroit Mercy is offering a series of summer programs designed to improve reading and study skills, and stimulate greater interest in reading. See flyer for more information!
HOPE COLLEGE Summer Science camps are available for all ages and open for registration - they have morning and afternoon sessions. Register for the grade your student will be entering in fall 2019. For more information visit their website: https://hope.edu/…/center-explorat…/science-camps/index.html
Join us at our 9:00AM school Mass on Friday, May 10th followed by a short May Crowning Prayer Service and presentation of flowers around our Mother Mary Statue in front of our School.
Davenport University FREE Summer Math Camp
Are you interested in mathematics?
(FREE!) Davenport University Math Camp.
For students entering grades 6-9. Lunch is provided.
For more information and sign up follow this link:
MONDAY, JULY 15 - THURSDAY, JULY 18
9 AM - 12 PM MATH CAMP | 12 PM - 1 PM LUNCH (PROVIDED)
It's been a little over a month since our 'The Protect Young Eyes' presentation.
Below are some helpful links to stay informed in the digital age to be observant, engaged, and informed.
On this cool and breezy April morning, Mrs. Giroux's 7th Graders went outside to measure wind speed with their homemade anemometers.
SAVE THE DATE - Friday, May 10
Muffins with Mom in the Abbey/Lunchroom @ 8:00AM - followed by Mass at 9:00AM
Grand Friends Day is Friday, May 3, 2019
Friday will also be a 1/2 day of school with dismissal at noon.
St. Mary's School Student Council is sponsoring a FREE breakfast for St. Mary's School students
before school on Wednesday, April 24 @ 8AM in the Abbey/Lunchroom.
PANCAKES, SAUSAGE, FRUIT AND A JUICE BOX will be served.
Wednesday will also be ERA DAY (since it was cancelled during Spirit Week).
Students can come to school dressed in clothing and accessories from their favorite ERA - 1960's, 1970's, 1980's etc..
Thursday, April 11th from 6:30pm-8pm in the gym.
Our BLUE OUT is where we play an inter-school game of basketball that includes the 7th and 8th grade teams.
The kids that played on the 7th/8th grade boys' and girls' team will be placed on either the 'Blue' team, or 'White' team. It is a fun way for the kids to end the season and a way to recognize our 8th graders before they graduate in May. We will have a SHOOTING CONTEST at half-time, so bring the kids out to shoot!
It is fun for the kids to play one last game with their peers, and it is more fun if there is a crowd to cheer them on.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
WE WOULD LOVE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE, CURRENT, AND FUTURE CYCLONES!