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    Established in 1956 by the Sisters of Charity, St. Patrick’s School has a long tradition dedicated to the mission to “teach as Jesus did.”

    One of our goals is to teach our students to become global citizens who are ready and willing to share their Catholic faith and God-given talents in service to the family of God.  Another is the development of lifelong learners who are able to continue their learning well after the completion of formal schooling.

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    • Grade 6 and 7 class trip to Westmoreland Sanctuary
      Grades 6 and 7 participated in 2 different workshops. Pond study - A 20 minute hike to a pond where kids investigated pond life in the water and bottom near the shore. Specimens like dragonfly larvae, tadpoles and snails were collected in a basin and studied. Geology hike - investigation of geologic topics - rock formations, managed biomes, local wildlife. A great time was had by all!
    • Carnival open today!! We have extended Sunday to 7 pm
      The St. Patrick's Carnival will be open until 7 pm on Sunday. Volunteers welcome!
    • Moving Up Day June 11, 2018
      All students registered for the 2018-2019 school year are invited to spend some time with their future teacher and classmates. When: Monday, June 11th Arrival time: 10:00 am for all new students and PreK and K graduates 8:10 am for current students Departure time: 11:00 for PreK 11:30 for K-8 new students All NEW students report to the gym New students are to wear white top and navy/dark pants or skirt with dark colored shoes (no sneakers). Flynn & O’Hara, our uniform company, will be at the school until 11:30 to measure your child for the uniform and to take uniform orders. Children in Grade PreK-Grade 4 should bring in a small healthy snack. Please DO NOT park in front of the school. Please park in the lot off the playground on the Greenwich Road side of the school. Any additional paperwork needed to complete your registration should be brought in at this time (birth certificate, baptismal certificate, medical reports, etc.) Light refreshments will be served to the parents during the Parents Association meeting. Parents and School Administration will be available for any questions you may have.
    • First Holy Communion
      Congratulations to Mrs. Peterson's 2nd grade class upon the reception of their First Holy Communion. We are so proud of them and we hope that they will always be as happy to receive the Body and Blood of Christ throughout their lives as they were on this first day. A special thank you to our Pastor, Rev. Joseph Bisignano , Sister Kathleen and Mrs. Karen Stone for making the day so memorable.
    • 4th grade trip to the Town of Bedford
      Today, Mrs Scipioni’s fourth grade class took a field trip into Bedford Village for a tour of colonial Bedford from the Bedford Historical Society. After a brief history of the town SPS calls home on the Village Green, the class walked to the historic court house, where they participated in three mock trials overseen by a judge and bailiff—two students were found guilty as charged and sentenced to time in jail, which was upstairs in the museum. They then walked to the meeting house, where they learned about the “technology” of colonial times and saw real artifacts from the area. The tour concluded with a visit to the original one-room schoolhouse, where they participated in a few lessons typical of the era and learned what a school day was like for children in the early days of America. The trip corresponded closely with the fourth grade social studies curriculum. Students had a great time and said that they learned a lot—and had fun doing it!