Newsletter from the Office of the Superintendent of Schools
Letter from Dr. Cheeseman
Dear Families and Friends of our Catholic Schools,
It seems as though we just finished putting the last school year to rest, and here we are welcoming everyone back for the new school year of 2021-22. I hope that you were able to enjoy the summer break, and that you are looking forward to all the excitement the new year has to offer! As we enter this new year, we do so stronger and more resilient than before. I am especially happy to announce that our elementary enrollment has grown by approximately 10% over last year.
I’d like to express, once more, how grateful I am that our schools are able to remain open and continue to offer in-person learning. While the pandemic is certainly not over and the waves of variants continue to be a concern, we enter this year completely ready to tackle any challenges we may face - just as we did last year, TOGETHER. Together, we will work to ensure that our schools are fully prepared to offer our students a successful school year in a safe and healthy environment. Together, we will continue to look for the positive and create opportunities for growth and success for our students and staff.
Please take the time to read about all the exciting things going on and join me in praying that our school community will continue to thrive.
May God bless each of you and may Our Lady shower Her blessings on all of you throughout the 2021-22 school year.
Dr. Steven F. Cheeseman
Superintendent of Schools