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"Each of our 39 schools effectively delivers our brand promise of being a Christ-centered community for the formation of the whole person—mind, heart, body and soul. They do so in a distinctive way, utilizing their unique culture, traditions, and celebrations."
--Richard Thompson Superintendent of Schools Archdiocese of Denver
We give thanks to God for the time, talent, and treasure of our Web Designer and alumnus Jeremy Gerk.
"To cultivate only the intellect, abandoning all the other human faculties, is to deform man."
-St. John Bosco
St. Anthony Catholic School has served Northeastern Colorado since 1918. We are the only Catholic School on the Eastern Plains in all three dioceses. We offer education from Preschool through 8th grade, After School Club, and Summer Club. Our staff's longevity, small class sizes, and faith-based studies have proven to enhance the education of our children spiritually, emotionally, socially, intellectually, artistically, and physically.
Thanksgiving Photos select photo for more pics
5th-Grade Explorers select photo for more pics
HIGH INTEREST WEEK
We would like to thank everyone who helped with High Interest Week this year; especially those who donated their time, talent, and treasure to these great hands-on learning opportunities. Please select HERE for photos - and we thank Mrs. Henry for taking the pictures (and Mr. Gregory when Mrs. Henry was shooting hoops.)
We invite everyone to support our newest fundraising endeavor: Scrip. Scrip is just another term for gift card. Scrip fundraising is an easy, no-selling program that allows families to raise money for our school. Families use the gift card, or scrip, to pay for everday purchases from groceries at Wal-Mart to shopping at Kohl's. Please select the following LINK for more details or select "Scrip" under the "Support" link in the above menu.____________________________________________________________________________________________________
Select above to shop for your uniform
A flyer was mailed home with uniform shopping details. Access the site with the link above and, using the access code located on page two of the flyer, type it in the "Search" box.
Through committee work and input from the staff and the School Advisory Council, we have completed the school uniform and dress code policy for the 2013-2014 school year . It may be accessed HERE.
It was our aim that the dress code reflects who we are as a Catholic school yet maintains our identity in our setting. (Please see BLOG link at left posted last year.)We also wanted a code that was versatile for families.
Year of Faith Reflection
In this Year of Faith, the National Catholic Educational Association provides reflections which we can use to continue to grow in our faith.
Hebrews 11 verses 1-2: Faith is the realization of what is hoped for and evidence of things not seen. Because of it the ancients were well attested.
Catechism of the Catholic Church, no. 702. From the begining of time to its fullness the Father's Word and Spirit are at work preparing for the time of the Messiah. This is why "when the Church reads the Old Testament, she searches there for what the Spirit, 'who has spoken through the prophets,' wants to tell us about Christ."
How do I see the connection between what is revealed in the Old Testament and what is fulfilled in the New Testament? Am I as willing to follow by faith, the expectations of God and Jesus as were Abraham or Sarah? or the Apostles?
Visit the USCCB site for more details.
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