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  • Academic Excellence, Enriched by Faith

    About Us

    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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    • Class of 2020
      On Friday, the Class of 2020 received a surprise home visit from their Principal, Mrs. O'Leary, and their Middle School teachers, Mrs. Makarczuk, Mrs. Both, Mrs. Baudinet and Mrs. Alfano. The caravan delivered lawn signs, their cap and gown and their yearbook to each family. The Class of 2020 will celebrate their graduation on June 12, 2020. We are so proud of them and sad for them to leave St. Patrick's, but we know that they are well prepared for the next academic chapter of their lives. Please enjoy these pictures of their day. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1TTAPqEJNs0jBLMzmCD2fTmiUKYgjIhhm?usp=sharing
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    • Food Drive
      Iona Prep and St. Patrick's alum, Anthony Bartucca, spearheaded a food drive to benefit Community Center of Northern Westchester food pantry. Our St. Patrick's School families came out Saturday morning to drop off donations and applaud Anthony's community service project. Anthony delivered 542 pounds of food, monetary and gift card donations to the food bank on Tuesday, May 19th. The CCNW was extremely grateful for this donation as their needs have increased tremendously at this time.
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    • Teacher Appreciation Video
      Please enjoy this compilation of thank yous from our students to our teachers. https://jessiemphotography.zenfolio.com/p661821905/slideshow
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    • 8th Grade Virtual Senior Trip
      On May 6, 2020, our 8th grade class was scheduled to visit New York City for their senior trip. The day's events included lunch at Dave and Busters, shopping in Times Square, a tour of St. Patrick's Cathedral, a matinee performance of Tootsie and dinner at Carmines before the train ride back to Bedford Hills. Sadly, that didn't happen for them but, their teacher, Mrs. Alfano arranged for a virtual tour to all these sites for her graduating class this morning. Please enjoy this video presentation of their virtual class trip/ https://drive.google.com/file/d/1F788rX-Oce3gWv1pgc6AE8QShVQ7brpK/view?usp=sharing
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    • Teacher Appreciation Week
      Today begins National Teacher Appreciation Week. It is a week-long celebration of our teachers and their contribution to our children’s education. Usually, parents and staff recognize their teacher’s devotion to education by treating them to flowers, lunch, handmade cards and words of praise. This year, every child is asked to send a virtual thank you for their teacher to enjoy. Please visit our media gallery to view all the creative ways our families have thanked our wonderful teachers. Dear St. Patrick’s Faculty: On Behalf of our Parents Association, we would like to wish you a Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! We want to thank you for all that you do, both in the classroom and on your own time to ensure the success of our children. We know the transition to online learning has been challenging, but we are thankful for your continuous efforts and dedication. We feel truly blessed to have such an amazing team of teachers here at St. Patrick’s School. Until we see you again, please stay healthy and safe, and know that in our hearts we are eternally grateful for you stepping up and leading our children forward in their educational journey. Sincerely, Carl Bartucca Robyn Innocenti
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