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busAny student who resides in a school district outside of  the Massapequa School District, will have important transportation information sent home today with Y&O. This information is for the 2016/2017 school year. Reminder: the deadline for transportation requests is April 1st, 2016.

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Save the date!  Wear your pajamas to school on Wednesday, March 2nd.  Details in today's flyer. Make a donation to the Sisters of Saint Dominic who serve in Puerto Rico, who have been very influenced by the financial failure of the Puerto Rican government.

snow flakeWinter recess extends from February 15 to 19. Travel safe and enjoy vacation! School reopens on Monday, February 22nd.

 

mathMath Fair - February 9

Math projects, prepared by pupils in grades 4-8, will be on display in the School auditorium on Tuesday, February 9 from 7-8 PM.  Students in grades 4-8 will be available to explain and describe their projects. crossOur Lenten Journey Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, February 10. Children will receive ashes at 10 am in Church. Encourage them to give generously to the mite boxes they receive. During this Lenten season, encourage your children to engage in meaningful Lenten practices. Doing good works for other, praying for others, putting others before ourselves, going to Mass and reconciliation are suggested practices to be encouraged.

sale  Take advantage of our Easter candy/Yankee candle sale that is underway.  return your form no later than Wednesday, February 24th. 
trimester exam clipartTrimesters 

Students in Grades 3 to 8 will begin trimesters on February 25th.  See your class schedule and be sure to bring all study materials home to study over the recess.  

SROL Logo  Interested in our school?  Registration for the 2016-2017 school year is underway.  School tours are available upon request.  516 541-1546

 
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 Catholic Conference applauds state Senate for passage of Education Tax Credit bill

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Mass Reflection

"God’s mercy transforms human hearts; it enables us, through the experience of a faithful love, to become merciful in turn. In an ever new miracle, divine mercy shines forth in our lives, inspiring each of us to love our neighbor and to devote ourselves to what the Church’s tradition calls the spiritual and corporal works of mercy. These works remind us that faith finds expression in concrete everyday actions meant to help our neighbors in body and spirit: by feeding, visiting, comforting and instructing them. "  excerpt from Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for Lent