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Open House at St Patrick's School

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 St. Patrick's School, 283 Old Post Rd., Bedford, NY  See map
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Learn About St. Patrick’s School at Annual Open House


Families considering an education
for their children based on academic excellence, high ethical ideals and social
responsibility are invited to attend the St. Patrick’s School Open House from
12 noon to 3 p.m. on Sunday, January 26. Bring the kids, take a tour, and meet
St. Patrick’s School teachers, administrators, students and parents at the
event.


“We
welcome all families who are interested in learning what St. Patrick’s is all

about,” said School Principal Jennifer Ciavirella. “We have an award-winning

full- or half-day Pre-Kindergarten program for students age 3 and 4, as well as

full-day Kindergarten and classes up through grade 8. We have exciting

extra-curricular offerings, Spanish, art, music and computers taught at every grade
level, and many other exciting academic programs.


“We
are also pleased to be able to offer scholarship options to families who are

considering a Catholic school education for their children,” she continued. “We

encourage families to let us help them investigate options for funding their

children’s educations.”



The
Open House event kicks off the school’s celebration of Catholic Schools Week,

January 26-February 1, 2014. Other planned events include School Spirit Day,

International Lunch, Alumni Day, Community Service Day, a school-wide Spelling

Bee and the annual faculty vs eighth grade volleyball game.



Founded in
1956, St. Patrick’s School in Bedford, NY, is a Catholic elementary school serving 196 students in the
Archdiocese of New York. From its award-winning full- or half-day Pre-Kindergarten program through to
grade 8, a St. Patrick’s School education builds a strong values system that
encourages students not only to achieve academic excellence but also to strive
for high ethical ideals and social responsibility.  

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