We wish you and all of our families a happy, restful, and refreshing summer break! May your summer endeavors, whatever they are, bear much fruit. May the Holy Spirit animate each of your hearts with grace and peace. And thank you for entrusting your student to Saint Agnes School. We will be praying for everybody to have a safe summer filled with good, clean fun! Please continue to pray for Saint Agnes School and for unity among our faculty, parents, students, and administration. We cannot take for granted the gift this community is to all of our families. Our communications during the summer will be less frequent, but we will continue to update you on matters relevant to the start of the 2018-19 school year.
Office Hours Begin June 11
The school office will be open this summer Monday through Thursday from 8AM through 2PM and closed on Fridays. We will also be closed on Wednesday, July 4.
Summer Workouts & Training for Aggie Athletes
Visit the Athletics Calendar and check out opportunities for student athletes this summer, including boys and girls basketball workouts, open gym, strength and conditioning, and sports camps! Contact Mr. Mike Streitz or Mr. Sam Thompson with questions.
Limited Registration Available for Summer Series
A few spots still remain for Museum Madness, Theology of the Body retreat, adult/alumni offerings, and athletic camps! Sign-up for these great offerings and enjoy this Summer at Saint Agnes. A friendly reminder for those who have already registered to please submit payments to the Business Office or pay online. Questions? Please contact Mr. Mike Streitz (athletic inquiries) or Mr. Michael Adkins (other inquiries).
Save the Dates
Aggie Open Golf Scramble Tournament – Monday, July 16
Freshman Picnic – Wednesday, August 8
Parent Fiesta Night – Thursday, August 16
Student Orientation – Thursday, August 23
First Day of School – Monday, August 27
Saint Agnes is pleased to offer the fiction summer reading list and non-fiction summer reading list from the National Endowment for the Humanities. These lists include many classic books for students in grades PreK-8 to read over the summer on their own or with parents. The list has been adjusted to remove books from the Saint Agnes literature curriculum.
We have completed a brief review of the books on these lists and made some adjustments; that said, we always recommend that a parent briefly preview the contents of a book before giving it to their child.