Catholic Schools Week

Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. All parochial schools in the Diocese of Biloxi take part. St. Alphonsus Catholic School has a week chock-full of fun events, outreach opportunities, and religious learning planned. We are excited to share these events with our students and you! Parents, students, friends, the community, Catholic, and non-Catholic… EVERYONE is invited to participate in the week’s events. CSW is wonderful week celebrating our faith, education, and service!
  • Sunday, January 26th – St. Alphonsus Catholic School kicks off Catholic Schools week by joining with St. Alphonsus Catholic Church in a weekend of mass services highlighting faith and our wonderful children. Students are invited to wear their uniforms and participate in any mass offered at St. Alphonsus this weekend to show our church family how special our school is!
  • Monday, January 27th – It’s a free dress day to start CSW! On Monday, students will celebrate the community and support the Jackson County Animal Shelter. Students are welcome to bring their favorite stuffed animal to school and bring “Pennies for Pets” at the shelter.
  • Tuesday, January 28th – St. Al’s celebrates its students on Wednesday and is setting up an ice cream sundae bar after lunch! Its a sweet treat worthy of the sweetest Saints!
  • Wednesday, January 29th – Students wear red, white, and blue as St. Alphonsus celebrates our nation.
  • Thursday, January 30th – Catholic Schools Week celebrates our catholic heritage and Thursday honors those that have chosen the priests, religious sisters, and deacons that have chosen this vocation. During lunch, Father Mike and others visit with students, share their stories, and a few laughs.
  • Friday, January 31st – St. Al’s School is nothing without our teachers and staff. Friday is about celebrating with gifts and the popular “coffee cart!”

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