Welcome to St. Anne

As we begin the 2017-2018 school year, we want to welcome you, and we are proud to say the staff at St. Anne Catholic School will continue to partner with you. Together as a parish community we will carry out our responsibility to “disciple” children. This is according to the response, “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations…Teach them to carry out everything I have commanded you.” Matthew 28:19-20

Religion is the most important part of the school program. Knowledge of God must precede any real practice of religion. The child learns that religion is a life to be lived; that it is a part of all they do; that there are Commandments to be obeyed; it is brought home to him how he may daily prove his devotion to God by each deed of love and service to his neighbor.” (Diocesan Handbook of Policies)  At St. Anne, students will attend mass twice a week to strengthen their relationship with God.

We strive to instill Catholic Values and a curriculum that offers students an opportunity to go places they have never gone before. Achievement is important as students work to learn more and teachers continue to challenge, and help students excel in school. Currently, St. Anne serves approximately 200 students, and the small atmosphere creates a family environment where all students and staff are appreciated for who they are.

Strong parental involvement is asked of all families. This involvement gives encouragement to the children and creates a sense of community that is an important part of St. Anne Catholic School. St. Anne has a home school association that is a part of our school and provides opportunities for all to be involved.

School Funding is also an important ministry for our children. Your ability to continue to tithe and support our school will continue to make it better as we work to become the best we can be as a community of believers. Please join us as we work towards a better tomorrow for our parish and our students.

St. Anne pray for us!

Pam Stead

Principal

(316) 522-6131