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READ ABOUT OUR ACCOMPLISHED ALUMNI

We've published the latest edition of our St. Louise Alumni Newsletter. Check it out! If you are an alum, please share your news with us for our next publication.
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PARENT BULLETIN - SEPTEMBER 19, 2019

Read about three special nights when a family and school counselor will be meeting with parents to discuss best practices for raising today's kids.
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PARENT BULLETIN - AUGUST 29, 2019

Every upcoming Bulletin will include the names and faces of our newest St. Louise parents. We welcome 22 new families to our school this fall!
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PARENT BULLETIN - AUGUST 22, 2019

Not only are new students about to start learning at St. Louise School, but a new priest has started to minister at St. Louise Parish. Welcome, Father Carlos!

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A Message From Mr. Fitz

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I want to give you a warm welcome to St. Louise Parish School!  One of my favorite Bible verses is Proverbs 22:6:  “Train the young in the way they should go; even when old, they will not swerve from it.” This points to the need for building a strong foundation for children. It’s why the St. Louise teachers and I have chosen our vocations. Investing in a Catholic school education is a fundamental way parents can assure their child will receive a solid foundation not just in academics, but in morals and faith formation. Graduates of St. Louise leave us with a sturdy foundation so to be able to do extremely well in high school, in college, and in life. Whether you’re a parent of a current St. Louise student, a prospective new parent thinking of having your child attend here, or a St. Louise alumna/alumnus, you’re always welcome to stop by school for a tour or a talk with our teachers and me.
 
Go, Chargers! 
Dan Fitzpatrick (aka “Mr. Fitz”)
Principal


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