Saturday, May 6th. 10AM to 12PM Click Here to View Larger Image
People going to the March for Life kneel for Bishop McManus’ blessing, while other worshippers stand, at the send-off Mass Thursday at St. Paul Cathedral. In front, left to right, are people affiliated with St. Mary’s Junior/Senior High School in […]
Calendar Raffle 2017 Dear Parents, This year, during the month of February, we are organizing one of the most successful fundraisers – our annual Calendar Raffle. “Have a Heart” is this year’s theme with a special prize drawn on February […]
On March eleventh our sophomores, juniors and seniors attended a day long retreat at Assumption College. Our theme was the Year of Mercy. Students learned how to be merciful in their everyday lives. The day included talks by students and activities. The day concluded with Reconciliation and Mass led celebrated by Fr. James Hoey of Spencer.
Mark S. Lewandowski received the Booster’s Diamond Pin Award. Mark has served as Booster’s President for sixteen years and now is vice-president. Stephanie Fattman, Register of Probate in the Worcester Probate and Family Court, accompanied by her husband State Senator Ryan Fattman, was the keynote speaker. Current booster President Robert Prytko presented the award along with Pastor Richard Polek.
The winner of $1,000 is Jack Stockdale!
Thanks to all who made our Calendar Raffle a success!
Congratulations to the following Calendar Raffle Winners!
- February 1 – Justin Mercado ($25 Cumberland gift card)
- February 2 – Raymond Parker ($25)
- February 3 – Logan Domineck ($25 ITunes gift card)
- February 4 – Stacy Keown ($25 Aero gift card)
- February 5 – Pierre El-Dahr (4 tickets to St. Mary’s Musical)
- February 6 – Tammy Beliveau ($25 Goretti’s Market gift (Certificate)
- February 7 – Konrad Lewandowski ($100)
- February 8 – Donna Nagelschmidt (Kettle Brook golf package)
- February 9 – Carolyn Parker ($25)
- February 10 – Sadie Landesman ($25 Cumberland gift card)
- February 11 – Peter Njoroge ($25 Amazon gift card)
- February 12 – Jack Putnam ($25)
- February 13 – Iwona Zakrzewski (Bravehearts box seats)
- February 14 – Crystal Murphy ($250)
- February 15 – Agnieszka Lozada ($25)
- February 16 – Dolores Augustus ($25 Cumberland Farm gift card)
- February 17 – Susan Ansara ($25 Amazon gift card)
- February 18 – John Barbale (4 tickets to St. Mary’s Musical)
- February 19 – Nicholas El-Dahr ($30 Patron Restaurant gift card)
- February 20 – Mark Siemaszko (Kettle Brook golf package)
- February 21 – Ireneusz Gawedzki ($100)
- February 22 – Len Norman ($25 Goretti’s Market gift
- February 23 – Adrianna Buduski (Spring clean-up by A & Y Landscaping
- February 24 – Francis Muturi ($25)
- February 25 – John Barbale ($25 Cumberland Farms gift card)
- February 26 – George Wasiliak, Sr. ($25)
- February 27 – Jozef Pater (4 tickets to St. Mary’s Musical)
- February 28 – Alice Currier ($100)
- February 29 – Jack Stockdale ($1000!!!)
We experienced a faith-filled day at St. Mary’s on January 22nd. In lieu of going to Washington, D.C. to attend the March for Life, students had a faith-filled day here at our school. Students began the day making an advertisement for life, followed by Mass, Adoration and praying of the Stations for Life. Students in grades 10-12 then went to Planned Parenthood for a peaceful hour of prayer with Bishop McManus. The remainder of the students made cards for the moms at visitation house and wrote letters to their legislators. We concluded our day by watching Heaven is for Real. I was so impressed by the sincerity of our students on this very special day.
Looking for a unique gift for someone this year? Celebrate the holidays as well as St. Mary’s Centennial by purchasing one (or more) of these Centennial items.info for bulletin
St. Mary’s Schools begin a new chapter with our new art program under the direction of Mr. McGaw. We are thankful to the Benedict family for making this possible in memory of their daughter Jamie.
On September 5, 1915 the doors of St. Mary’s School opened and welcomed its first students. For one hundred years, thousands of children and young adults have received an education at St. Mary’s. This year, one hundred years later, St. Mary’s remains committed to creating an atmosphere conducive to both academic excellence and the growth of each individual student recognizing the gifts which have been given to them by God.
We are proud to announce that the Carolyn Boyles Scholarship will go to a teacher from St. Mary’s School in Massachusetts. Ms. Cindy Ahearn, who is an administrator at the school, submitted the application for the scholarship. In her own words Cindy shared that “her school is doing its best to stay open for the residents of the nearby neighborhoods. The parents are supportive and committed to doing their best for their children. I want to bring Tools to St. Mary’s to give the students the best program possible and to give the parents something to be proud of in their school”.
We are proud to welcome such committed educators into our professional development series. We look forward to receiving updates on all the fine work they will do as a result of the scholarship.READ MORE…
By Janet Stoica
When visiting St. Mary’s Schools of Worcester, a complete and truly distinctive platform of learning from Pre-K through grade 12, I was more than impressed with the enthusiasm and vigor of its wonderful staff.
Principal Adam Cormier and parent Renata Lech were eager to talk about the school’s recent accomplishments and future goals. The school has experienced a resurgence in student population after almost closing recently. Last year a new pastor, the Reverend Richard Polek, assumed the helm of Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, with which the school is affiliated, and there have been many positive changes.
The school will soon be celebrating its 100-year anniversary, a testament to its faculty, students, and staff, office and maintenance alike.