Friday News January 15, 2021

Dear St. Andrew Parents,

I hope you had a great week!

We all are hopeful that our team here will be able to receive vaccinations at some point in February. There is not a concrete plan in place, but I know the planning at the State and County level is underway. When the plans come out, it could affect our calendar as we may have limited options to receive, and with most vaccines, there are some side effects to the vaccine. We hope that it does not change our calendar or interrupt our routine. If it does, we will let you know as soon as possible.

Please remember 1/29 is a Virtual Half Day, and learning will be asynchronous and completed from home via Google Classroom and/or work packets.

Enjoy the 3 day weekend, and please make sure you are doing all you can to keep our schools safe.

School Information

  • Marketing Videos
    • Here is the first release of our marketing videos. If you have any friends or families that you believe would value from the education that Saint Andrew provides, please have them take a look at these videos as they roll out or to visit our website. New families may begin applying and secure a spot on our waitlist beginning February 1.
  • School Mass
  • Mass for next week (1/20) is also canceled.
  • We will stream Mass through BoxCast on 1/29 for our virtual half day.
  • Catholic Schools Week Dress Down Themes
    • Monday, February 1: Disney/Marvel Day (costumes are not permitted)
    • Tuesday, February 2: Mismatch Day
    • Wednesday, February 3: Crazy Sock Day with Gym Uniform
    • Thursday, February 4: Favorite Holiday Day (wear something that represents your favorite holiday; costumes are not permitted).
    • Friday, February 5: Blue and White Dress Down Day
    • *There is no cost associated with dressing down during Catholic Schools Week this year. We are looking forward to a great week!
  • EITC Donation Information
  • School Lunch Order Information

High School Information

Community Information

  • CEC Summer Service Camp for rising 8-9 graders
    • ServiceworX is a program hosted at CEC and run by a local Catholic non-profit, the Center for FaithJustice (CFJ) in Lawrenceville, NJ.
    • During the week of the camp, students will participate in service activities directly impacting the local area, learn about principles of Catholic Social Teaching, and grow in community with other rising 8th and 9th graders from around the area. The week begins on Sunday with Mass and a pizza social at CEC and concludes on Friday with a Prayer Service. More details about the camp can be found on the flyers attached, including costs and times. The camp has a maximum of 30 student participants. All protocols related to COVID-19 at the time of camp will be followed to the highest extent.