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Important July Dates

  • Please Note:  Any student who is absent from school or leaves school early because they are not feeling well, will need a doctors note to return to school. 
  • NYCDOE Free Lunch Program In Progress.  Check the DOE website for menu choices.
  • The Academy will be closed on Fridays during the summer (July and August).
  • June 18 – Parent Volunteer Appreciation Day.
  • June 21 – Report Cards Distributed.
  • June 28 – Summer School Begins.
  • July 5 – Incarnation Catholic Academy Closed.
  • July 29 – Last Day of Summer School.

School Supplies (September 2021)

Posted on June 24, 2021

Supply List  Grades 5-8    2021-2022                                               

Homeroom Supplies:

  • 2 packages of 500 sheet copy paper
  • 2 boxes of tissues
  • 2 rolls of paper towels + 1 for Art Class)
  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer
  • 1 pack of Baby Wipes for Art Class
  • 1 container of Lysol Wipes

All students will need:

  • 7 Large Black and White Notebooks (NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS)
  • 1 Small Notebook or Assignment Pad (To record homework assignments)
  • 1 D-ring binder with folders for each subject
  • Supply of loose leaf for home and school
  • 1 Package of graph paper
  • Supply of sharpened pencils, and black or blue pens
  • Fabric Book Sox (all textbooks must be covered)
  • Ruler (inches and metrics)
  • Calculator—preferably the TI-30Xa
  • Headphones that will fit iPad Air
  • Pack of Markers for Social Studies (Fine or Thick point)
  • Pencil case

              NO SPIRAL NOTEBOOKS, RED PENS, OR WHITE OUT

Year End Letter From The Superintendent (06/23/2021)

Posted on June 23, 2021

Dear Families,

 

As parents and guardians, you are tasked with making decisions which will help nurture your child and keep them safe.  Being a parent is the most difficult and rewarding job. Over the past year, the stress and anxiety that comes with parenting has been amplified in the face of a global pandemic, health concerns, and unrest within our society. During a bleak time, you have continued to act as beacons for your children in guiding them along the path of Christ. Your support of your children, our schools, and our communities have made this year possible. I am grateful for all you have done and continue, to do to provide your children with a Catholic education.

 

It is an honor to have our Catholic Academies and Parish Schools entrusted, not only with the care and education of your child, but in the development of their faith. Our shared faith, especially during this past year, has provided us the strength and comfort needed to forge even the most difficult paths. The children are blessed not only to develop their faith within the school community but to learn firsthand from their families and parents. Despite the pandemic, parents still made the effort to engage with their children in their religious education, pray at home, attend liturgy, and safely participate in community events. Your children benefit tremendously from each of these experiences. 

 

Our school communities are blessed to be filled with families who supported staff, teachers, and students, as they made the leap to reopening in the fall. There have been many changes in the way students have learned over the course of the year, in-person, hybrid, remote, but parents have not wavered in helping their students achieve. Parents were also quick to share words of encouragement and appreciation for teachers, staff, and administrators, knowing that they were doing everything in their power to create the best possible learning environment. Parents supported schools through fundraising and direct support of other families in need. Through the generosity of Diocesan families, we were able to provide extra PPE, hand sanitizer, and even more scholarships, to aid families during this challenging time.

 

Parents and families helped make this year a success not only in your guidance in faith and support of schools, but in your efforts to be a positive example for your child. It has been extremely difficult to stay positive over the past year and even more so as you work to provide a somewhat “normal” experience for your child. We have said over the past year that “children are resilient” and indeed they have been, but we owe a large thanks to families who have provided the foundation for these children to cope with difficult times. By encouraging your child, preparing them for difficult situations, and giving them the tools to understand their emotions, you have enabled them to work through an incredibly challenging year. 

 

At the close of a tumultuous school year, it is my hope that you will be able to enjoy some time with family. Take time to pray together and embrace the peace that comes from building your relationship with God. I wish you good health, happiness, and minimal stress through the summer. We look forward to our time together in the fall.

 

In Christ,

 

Thomas Chadzutko

 

Mr. Rini – Announcement – 06/11/2021

Posted on June 11, 2021

Tonight was the 8th Grade graduation in Incarnation Church.  It was a beautiful evening with guest speaker Fr. Chris.  The students worked so hard this year under very unusual academic conditions.  We are so proud of our 2021 graduates and are honored that you and your parents have chosen to be educated through our institution.

To all the parents, thank you for your continued support all these years and for entrusting your children in our care.  I truly believe in Catholic Education and am happy that you do too.  Your tireless efforts have paid off in creating productive young men and women who will go on to make this world a better place.

I will miss you.

God Bless and enjoy the summer, Mr. Rini

 

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