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Parents are asked to reserve Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. on their calendars for a very important school meeting. We will meet in the gathering space (lower church) to discuss school support and family participation in fund raising efforts for the near and long term future. Again, please mark your calendars and we look forward to seeing you on
February 28 at 7:00 p.m. in the gathering space.
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St. Agatha School Annual Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee
On Friday, February 17th, 24 students from Grades 5-8 participated in the annual spelling bee.
Spelling Bee
Then it came down to the final two contestants: Jack Reardon and Carl-Henry Chalot. After a long and exciting final round, it came down to our winner:
Carl-Henry Chalot who will represent St. Agatha School at the Regionals in March.
Spelling Bee

The winners by grade level are: Nicole Dalton  grade 8, Matthew Gratch grade 7, Julian Direiter  grade 6, Carl-Henry Charlot grade 5

Music Man

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A Special Thanks From Boston Children's Hospital
Childrens Hospital
Brigid, a First Grader in Mrs. Leary's room, celebrated her birthday recently. But instead of asking for gifts for herself, she asked her family and friends to donate to Boston Children's Hospital. She raised $250 for Children's. Pictured above with Brigid are her assistants, Bridget and Colin, holding a tribute from Children's Hospital to Brigid as an expression of their gratitude.
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Lunch     SCHOOL LUNCH OPTIONS for February 6, 2017 through June 15, 2017
are now available for ordering.
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Peter Lynch Scholars

Peter Lynch Scholars

At a Mass followed by a breakfast reception at Our Lady Help of Christians Parish in Newton, Séan Cardinal O’Malley, Archbishop of Boston inducted the sixth class of Peter Lynch (PL) Scholars.  Aaliyah Toussaint and Aydan Gedeon-Hope from St. Agatha School in Milton, MA were among the 182 students from across the Greater Boston area that were selected for this program. Each Catholic elementary school selects their PL Scholars based upon, among other criteria, his or her grades, work ethic, and demonstrated care and concern for others in the school community and beyond. Cardinal O’Malley was accompanied by Michael Reardon, Executive Director of the Catholic Schools Foundation, and Kathy Mears, Superintendent for Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Boston. Mike Reardon remarked, “Peter Lynch Scholars were established to honor Peter Lynch, but this is also an honor for these students. Principals and teachers have recognized these young individuals as having great potential and we are thrilled to provide them this opportunity to reach their potential.” Mr. Lynch, known for his successful career as a money manager at Fidelity Investments, is a longtime supporter of Boston’s Catholic Schools and serves as Chairman Emeritus of the Catholic Schools Foundation. The Peter Lynch (PL) Scholars Program was established in 2010 to honor Mr. Lynch’s involvement with the Catholic Schools Foundation/Inner-City Scholarship Fund. Last year, the Catholic Schools Foundation distributed approximately 4,000 scholarships to students, totaling more than $7.1 million in tuition support.




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September 19, 2016 through February 2, 2017
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St. Agatha School is a Christian Catholic community providing excellence in education. Together, our members strive to maintain a safe, positive learning environment. Through worship and service, we see Jesus in every member of our community. We do our best to help everyone in our school feel capable, connected and contributing. Because we are two or more gathered in His Name, we believe that Christ is in our midst at St. Agatha School. In His Love, do all that we can to excel in education and to celebrate Christian values. To fulfill this mission, we promise to do what Jesus would do each day, in every way. And so, create a school climate filled with the Gospel spirit.