We hope everyone has a fun and safe summer! Summer reading and supply lists for 2018-19 are available in this memo. Happy reading!
Congratulation to the Class of 2018 who graduated on Friday, May 18, 2018. Seven of this year’s graduates received merit based scholarships from the high schools they will be attending in the fall and others received scholarships from neighborhood organizations.
The end of the year is quickly approaching. St. Ambrose middle school competed in the House Olympics and the second grade led the school in the May Crowning and a special Mass. To see how we celebrated Teachers Appreciation Week and much more, check out this week’s Monday Memo.
Over the last couple weeks we have celebrated the Sacraments of Confirmation and First Holy Communion. Our students were well prepared and truly enjoyed these steps in their faith. To see more photos and all of the other spring happenings at St. Ambrose, check out this week’s Monday Memo.
Open enrollment is continuing at St. Ambrose School. If you are interested in learning more about St. Ambrose, schedule a tour to see our outstanding program in action.
Congratulations to Sylvia Andrews who was selected as a top Do the Right Thing award recipient!
Congratulations to St. Ambrose fifth grader, Matteo A., who was a finalist in the 2018 Spelling Bee!
St. Ambrose students in the younger grades have been celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday over the last week. They have read together, completed STEM challenges, and done Seuss-themed math and writing.
Congratulations to our 6th grade girls basketball time won their division championship on Sunday afternoon!
Some of our 5th graders have been participating in Junior Achievement as an after school activity and were able to attend the JA BizTown to experience life in the “real world.”
Don’t forget to stop by Monsignor Bommarito’s Mostaccioli Dinner this Sunday, March 4th, from noon to 6pm in the school cafeteria! Proceeds benefit the St. Ambrose Forever Endowment Fund. Tickets are available in advance at the school office and rectory and at the door on the day of. The flyer and all the details are in this week’s Monday Memo.