- "St. Mary's School is phenomenal because everybody is friendly and they care about each other. St. Mary's is awesome because we learn, we play, and you have fun activities to do like research reports and go to math club and reading buddies."4th grade Student
- "I love St. Mary's because Jesus is in my heart. I learn how to read. I meet new friends and the teachers care about me."Kindergarten Student
- "We get one to one attention. We learn to never give up, we always try our best."2/3 Multiage Student
- Knights of Columbus weekly Monday Night BINGO at 7:00PM!
Illness & Injury
If a student becomes ill, theparent/guardian will be notified and asked to pick up that child.
If a student is seriously ill or hurt, the school nurse from Banford Elementary School will be called first and then the parent/guardian will be called. If an extremee emergency arises concerning the health and safety of a child, "911" will be called first, then the school nurse, and then the parent/guardian.
Any accidents that occur to a student during the school day or during sponsored events are to be reported to the office as soon as possible. A medical log is maintained there.
If a student has a medical problem that would prevent him/her from fully participating in physical education class and recess time activities, a written statement of limiitation is required from a physician. Excuses will be accepted for medical reasons only. Notes are to be given first to the classroom teacher, who will notify the principal and all faculty involved with the student.