This year our school will center our year around the theme, “Christ Be Our Light”. At our opening school Mass, each classroom brought forth their light and professed their plan to be the light of Christ for others. Fr. John challenged us to make good on our word. He went to great lengths talking to our junior high students. Our 7th and 8th graders all promised in different ways to be good role models and he told them that if they followed through on their promise, it would be the best year ever!
Pasta Dinner Benefit
Where: St. Gerard Father Weber Hall
When: Thursday, October 2nd
Donations accepted at the door.
If you are unable to attend, you may send in a donation
to the school office. Checks may be made out to St. Gerard School.
Reservations can be made by email: email@example.com or by completing the form below.
Family Name: ___________________________________________________________________
Number of Individuals Attending: _____________________________________________________
Two Seating Options: Please choose one.
Time: 4:30 – 5:45 _____
5:45 – 7:00 _____
Number of Take Out Orders: ______________________________________________________
EMAIL OR RETURN FORM TO ST. GERARD SCHOOL OFFICE BY:
Friday, September 26th.
Download the Pasta Dinner Benefit Flyer and Reservation Form Here
This past spring St. Gerard School students joined the PTO, parish, athletic commission and adult women’s volleyball group to raise over $10,000 to have the gym floor redone this summer. The transformation is already unbelievable! Can’t wait for our students, staff and families to see the “makeover”.
Ellie Kooney was recognized at the Earth Day event at Constitution Hall on April 22, 2014 for her entry in the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) poster contest. She received First place out of thousands of entries. Ellie is in Fifth grade in Mrs. Diana Schmitz’s class at St. Gerard School.
To wrap up their celebration of March is Reading Month, the 3rd graders of St. Gerard School held a Reading Fair. Each student created a storyboard based on a book they read throughout the month, and classes and parents were invited to tour their presentations. This was a great way to showcase their love for reading and encourage others to try out a new book.