St. Dominic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week in January 2021.
Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States, and NCEA hosts it. This year’s theme is Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed. It runs one full week with events and activities for our students and our whole community. Through these events, our school focuses on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, community, and nation.
Some items that make our preschool-8th grade unique in the Northfield area include:
- Believe and Read, powered by Groves Academy, is nationally recognized as one of today’s best literacy programs. This initiative serves grades Preschool-3rd. You are welcome to read more about our partnership here.
- Social and Emotional Learning offers a unique and individualized experience for students to learn proper skills to meet them where they are at socially and academically and promote healthy self-confidence and esteem.
- Further, the development of our Middle School program, as you know, SDS expanded our Middle School to a full-time program, and we are in our second year of that. We have exciting enhancements to our program, and you are welcome to read more about that here.
St. Dominic School hosted in-person scheduled tours and a virtual tour! To view a broad list of the week’s entertainment, please click here! During the week, Mrs. Biren was also featured on KCHK, talking about the week’s exciting activities and other exciting opportunities we have going on at school.
The success of St. Dominic School is broadly based on our community and the support we have from its different facets. We thank each of our friends for their continuous support. We invite you to contact our school at any time to see your prayerful support in action. St. Dominic School is truly a place where people call home and build a strong relationship with God.