Important Letter from Ms. Bellone

January 2, 2022


Dear Parents and Guardians,


Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a peaceful and relaxing Christmas vacation.


Unfortunately, I have been getting many emails and texts from Parents, Faculty and Staff, sending me positive COVID test results.

Due to the number and the required amount of time in quarantine, I don’t have enough people to supervise the student body.


Therefore, starting tomorrow, Incarnation Catholic Academy will be going remote until Monday, January 10, 2022.

The teachers who are not sick, will be in tomorrow and the teachers will teach from their classrooms.

This way, they can take home whatever they need to teach for the rest of the week.


Also, it gives the parents the opportunity to come up to the classroom and take whatever textbooks your child might need for the week.

Parents may ring the front doorbell from 8:00am to 2:30pm to pick up their children’s books.

After that, no one will be in the school until January 10th.


Let’s hope we can contain this in our own homes so we are better for the rest of January.


If you have any questions or concerns, please email me.


I will be in the building tomorrow as well.


Ms. Mary Bellone

Christmas Blessings

Wishing you a Christmas filled with the love of Christ. 

Merry Christmas!

The Faculty and Staff at Incarnation Catholic Academy

Incarnation Catholic Academy’s Student Council

We would like to announce our newly elected Student Council:

President- Daniella Reyes

Vice President- Sephora Jean Baptiste

C0-Secretaries- Janiya Leefoon and Brianna Palmer

Co- Treasurers- Aiden Gopaul and Jared Langaigne

We know they will serve our Academy well, congratulations!



Dear Parents,

I would like to inform you of two new teachers joining our faculty.

Ms. Alyssa Romano started a few weeks ago as our new First Grade teacher. She is very enthusiastic, and the students seem to be very comfortable with her.

Ms. Christine Cassata started today as our new Science teacher for grades 5-8, and our Seventh Grade homeroom teacher.

I know you will join me in welcoming them both to the Incarnation family!

Ms. Bellone

Personal Message from Mrs. Griffo

It is with great sadness that on Friday 11/5/2021, I will spend my last day as Assistant Principal at Incarnation Catholic Academy.  I am thankful that I had the pleasure of teaching here as well as being Assistant Principal. I want to especially thank Ms. Bellone for being such a wonderful Principal. She has been a great role model and mentor to me.  I also want to thank our Father Gannon, our dedicated faculty, staff and parents, for all that they do for our school.  Lastly, I will miss seeing the smiling, happy faces of the students at Incarnation.  I wish Incarnation Catholic Academy all the best and May God Bless all of you.


Mrs. Eileen Griffo