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    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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  • News

    • Bowling With the Boys
      St. Patrick’s annual “Bowling with the Boys!” event took place on Friday, April 5 at Spins Bowl in Mount Kisco. More than 90 people, including students from every grade from PK through 8th, turned out to eat, drink, bowl and socialize. This popular event has become a wonderful opportunity for our boys to spend a fun-filled evening with their mothers, grandmothers and each other!
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    • 4th Annual Father-Daughter Dance
      On Friday, March 22nd, St. Patrick's School held its 4th Annual Father-Daughter Dance. A special thank you to Laura Benvenuto, Norma Zagreda & Kathy Valvano for all their help making everything beautiful! For pictures, please visit our media gallery.
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    • Honors Band
      Congratulations to the students representing St. Patrick's School at the Paul Effman Honors Band concert! Special thank you to Mr. Abbatantuono for his continued guidance.
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    • St. Patrick's Day parade and celebrations
      On Saturday, March 9th, St. Patrick's School walked in the Mount Kisco Annual St. Patrick's Day Parade. It was a beautiful day. We had a great turnout to celebrate our patron saint, St. Patrick. Afterwards, back at the school, the 7th grade hosted a movie and pasta lunch. For more photos, please visit our media gallery.
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    • Ash Wednesday
      The children, faculty and parents of St. Patrick's School received their ashes today. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Lenten season. Msgr. Ferry reminded everyone that Lent is a time to do good works and offer sacrifice. Please click on the link below to hear a message from Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York. https://archny.flocknote.com/note/3410117/video/72276514
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