St. Matthew's Catholic School

Apply your mind to instruction and your ear to words of knowledge.

—Proverbs 23:12


Night of Hope

We are excited to announce this year's Blue & Gold Auction "Night of Hope". Things are a little different this year, we will be holding a virtual auction. The auction will be from February 15th - February 27th. Text SMCS to 71760

February 11, 2021 Principal’s Corner Newsletter

The name of February comes from the Latin word “februum” which means purification. The month of February is dedicated to the Holy Family. This year the first 16 days of February fall during the liturgical season known as Ordinary Time which is represented by the liturgical color green. Green, the symbol of hope, is the color of the sprouting seed and arouses in the faithful the hope of reaping the eternal harvest of heaven, especially the hope of a glorious resurrection. The remaining days of February are the beginning of Lent. The liturgical color changes to purple — a symbol of penance, mortification and the sorrow of a contrite heart.

Job Opening

St. Matthew’s Catholic School is in search of a principal.

New to our Teaching Staff

Please help me welcome Giorgio Navarini to our teaching staff. Giorgio, who is employed by the parish, has agreed to teach Eighth Grade Religion on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Giorgio is a graduate of Thomas Aquinas College earning a Bachelor's degree in Theology and Philosophy and he is excited about getting back into teaching. He will begin January 26th. This change will free up some time for Mr. Manaker who is our Athletic Director and on-campus tech support person.

The Benefits of Catholic Schools

  • The integration of faith with academic subjects, culture, and everyday life
  • The emphasis of living out the faith as missionary disciples
  • Catholic virtues and values and Catholic Social Teaching, which contribute to productive citizenship and responsible leadership
  • An environment that encourages and nurtures prayer and is safe, welcoming, and supportive for children
  • A favorable student to teacher ratio
  • High graduation and college attendance rates
  • Teacher commitment