Catholic Schools Week
January 28 - February 2

We will open this celebratory week with our Sunday 11:30 am Mass, where our Student Council Officers will be lectors and 3rd and 4th Grades will sing in the Choir.  Following Mass, we are excited to host an Open House and the 8th grade Arrupe Marketplace until 2:00 pm. 

Below you will find the themes for each day along with our focus.  Your children are permitted to wear items according to theme.  As always, FREE DRESS rules apply.  If your child has any questions, he/she can talk to their teacher.

Sunday, Jan. 28 -  Catholic Schools Week Mass at 11:30 am

  • S.I. students who wear their formal uniform to Mass may have free dress on Monday
  • Student Council Officers will be Lectors
  • The 3rd & 4th grade school choir will sing

Sunday, Jan. 28 - Open House from 12:30 to 2:00 pm

Monday, Jan. 29 - Crazy Hat/Hair and Socks Day

  • Activities will focus on our Parents, and Volunteers
  • Students may wear a crazy hat and/or hairdo and socks of their choosing

Tuesday, Jan. 30 – Favorite Team/Sports Day

  • Activities will focus on our Parish and Parish Staff
  • Students may wear a jersey/uniform of their favorite sports team
  • The school provides breakfast for the parish staff
  • Student Council provides breakfast for the school staff

Wednesday, Jan. 31 – Hero Day

  • Activities will focus on our local first responders
  • Students may dress as a hero or first responder

Thursday, Feb. 1 – Western Day

  • Activities will focus on our faculty and staff
  • Students may wear Western attire
  • Parent Club provides lunch for the school staff

Friday,  Feb. 2 - Disney/Free Dress Day & Talent Show

  • Activities will focus on our students
  • Students may wear anything Disney related or any free dress
  • Talent Show
  • Minimum Day

Since 1974, Catholic Schools Week has been designated as a celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week.  The theme for National Catholic Schools Week 2024 is “United in Faith and Community” Schools typically observe the annual celebration with activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Through these events, schools focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation.