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Steps 4 Students Registration NOW OPEN!

What is Steps 4 Students (S4S)?
It is a fun 5K that raises money for St. Catherine’s Montessori Tuition Assistance. It’s organized by the Archdiocese and all Catholic schools participate. It is all about community! Walk or run, just have fun!
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Amazon Smile

Shopping through Amazon this holiday season? AmazonSmile is a program in which St. Catherine’s will receive 0.5% rebate from Amazon eligible purchases.
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Lands' End Uniforms

Click here to order the required St. Catherine's collared shirt for Upper Elementary, Adolescent Community, and High School. Hoodies, sweatshirts and t-shirts are available to the whole school and are optional.
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Tickets Now On Sale For "Under the Stars at Japhet Creek”

Join us on November 11 at Japhet Creek for an evening under the stars to help raise funds for the Sister Edna Ann Hebert Library. Complimentary valet, hosted bar and heavy hors d’ouevres will be served. Come out and tour the historic Japhet Creek property and celebrate with your SCM community. Deadline to purchase tickets is November 4.
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ParentsWeb - New Online Parent Portal

ParentsWeb, a RenWeb product, is a private and secure parents portal that has been set up for St. Catherine’s Montessori to allow you to see complete information specific to your child or children. ParentsWeb will be our new platform for which communication and information will be distributed.
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Personal Essays on an Unforgettable Journey

For ten days in November, the Adolescent Community traveled in big pink bus from Houston to Washington DC on a meticulously planned Peace Trip. The itinerary, which included stops in New Orleans, Birmingham, Selma, and Montgomery in Alabama, Oak Ridge in Tennessee, and Roanoke in Virginia, represented the themes studied in the classroom humanities courses (international relations, social justice, and the environment) and was researched and planned by the students.
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An Urban Vertical Garden: Building a Green Wall at St. Catherine’s

Hungarian landscape architect Ferenc Szentkiralyi-Toth flew in to Houston this week to help the AC build a green wall. When complete, the six-foot tall vertical structure will feature herbs and plants that will be sold at the AC Homegrown Market and will feature an irrigation system powered by the AC wind turbine. Modern urban planners and architects are increasingly turning to this experimental design technology as a solution for sustainable architecture. Visit the AC gardens to view this gravity defying example of a "living wall." Read more here!
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Cardinal DiNardo Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of St. Catherine’s Montessori

Thank you to all who teach here, thank you to Sr. Edna...May the Lord smile upon all the parents who have the dedication to send their children here," blessed Cardinal DiNardo in his closing remarks last Saturday, September 24th, at a special liturgy celebrating St. Catherine's 50th Anniversary. His Eminence movingly, and at times humorously, wove Maria Montessori's work in respecting the individuality and beauty of each child into his homily, praising her as "someone who was really ahead of her time."
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