Celebrating Catholic Schools Week 2014

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Celebrating Catholic Schools Week 2014 at Mission San Luis Rey Parish. Find out more about Old Mission Montessori School, our parish school.

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  • Catholic Schools Week 2014
  • Catholic Schools Week 2014
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  • Catholic Schools Week 2014
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  • Catholic Schools Week 2014
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  • Catholic Schools Week 2014
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  • Celebrating Catholic Schools Week 2014

    1. 1. Mission San Luis Rey Parish Faith Community Old Catholic Mission Franciscan Montessori Multicultural Celebrating Catholic Schools Week
    2. 2. Catholic Schools: Raising the Standards “Educating the mind is one standard. Educating the heart, mind, spirit and soul is quite another—it is in fact the primary standard in Catholic schools.” –Bishop David Zubik of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    3. 3. OMMS STRONG Old Mission Montessori School provides a high quality Catholic Education using Montessori teaching methods. Our teachers are dedicated, committed and well-qualified. Our students receive the individual attention they need to succeed.
    4. 4. Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith “Let us keep the flame of faith alive through prayer and the sacraments: let us make sure we do not forget God.” –Pope Francis
    5. 5. Subjects Taught at O.M.M.S.  Religion  Language Arts  Math  Science  Technology  History & Geography  Drama  Foreign Language  Music  Art Slide created by Minh-Chau
    6. 6. Catholic Schools: Raising the Standards “Catholic schools set high standards for academic excellence because Catholic schools expect more.” –Bishop David Zubik of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    7. 7. OMMS STRONG Old Mission Montessori School is a community of Faith, creating an environment in which students, teachers, parents and staff are engaged and strive to encounter the living God, Jesus Christ.
    8. 8. Catholic Schools: Communities of Knowledge “Dear young people, do not bury your talents, the gifts that God has given you! Do not be afraid to dream of great things!” –Pope Francis
    9. 9.  We especially abide by the Golden Rule, treat others as we wish to be treated, because it implements good behavior and kindness in all of us. Slide created by Christopher – Grade 8
    10. 10. Catholic Schools: Raising the Standards “Catholic Schools call students to grow toward God and charge them to embrace his will; they raise the standard of compassion, justice, morality and integrity to build character in a complex and challenging world!” –Bishop David Zubik of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    11. 11. You Are Invited Learn more about what Old Mission Montessori (your parish school) has to offer! There will be a special display after the 10am Mass. You can meet teachers and parents. You can also signup for a private tour of the school To accommodate your busy schedule.
    12. 12. Catholic Schools: Communities of Service “How marvelous it would be if, at the end of the day, each of us could say: today I have performed an act of charity towards others!” –Pope Francis
    13. 13. The students of Old Mission Montessori School are able to participate in a number of activities, such as: Jazz Dance Class Choir Art and Crafts Class Chess Club Golf Slide created by Matilda
    14. 14. Catholic Schools: Raising the Standards “When all is said and done, Catholic schools are not just about having higher standards; they are about having the highest standards. Just as they strive to prepare their students for ‘the life that comes at you fast,’ they especially position their students to set their sights on ‘the life that has no end.’” –Bishop David Zubik of the Diocese of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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