The last day of remote learning is June 3rd.
Prayer and liturgical life is well established at all grade levels. The entire student body gathers for morning assembly and prayer each morning and all school Mass is celebrated every week. Students embrace opportunities to help lead these prayer experiences. We have two religion teachers who serve grades K-4 and 5-8 respectively. Younger grades are taught in both English and Spanish. The Middle School discipline/detention procedures are structured in such a way as to invite students to read Scripture, reflect on virtues and partake in service on campus. This restorative rather than punitive approach communicates to our students that we are forever called by God, even when we make mistakes.
We strive to engage students in service opportunities more deliberately and consistently as a component of their religion classes and faith development.
At St. Adalbert Catholic School, Jesus is at the center of everything we do. We begin our day with morning prayer, pray during our classes, at lunch, and at the end of the day before dismissal. Our core values are rooted in our faith and devotion to God. The staff and faculty at St. Adalbert School aspire to help all students get to heaven.