Welcome to St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic School
We welcome you to visit St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic School. We are a K-4 through Grade 8 full-day program with a core curriculum, as well as art, music, physical education, computer, Spanish, and library services. As a Catholic school we build a strong community life with our students, faculty, staff, and families. We strive to name and nurture the dignity and the gift that is in each person. As our mission statement proclaims, “We recognize a higher purpose to each life.”
Our students, both Catholic and those from other faith traditions, know that they are an integral part of how we shape the quality of life in our school. The challenge and ingenuity evident in our courses, as well as the artistic and spiritual side of life at Pallotti, show. Kids are the center of all this uplifting work.
Join us to observe classes, go on a retreat, share in morning prayer, or lunch. Consider being the reason that someone you know decides to attend St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic School. Come and see our difference: “We inspire. We change lives.”
Halloween Party from 1-3 in the Gym
Spaghetti Dinner in the ;Parish Center from 4:30- 7:30
Dear Parents and Guardians,
You may have been aware that our art teacher, Mrs. Kim Lese, has been battling with cancer over the last couple of years. I am very sad to inform you that Mrs. Lese died this morning. The last time she was with us was Thursday, May 11th.
She spent the last week at home and in hospice with family around her. Her husband shared that as they prepared her funeral together her #1 request on the list was that services be held at St. Vincent Pallotti. Her family shared that one her great joys was being a part of our Pallotti community. She was our teacher and friend for the past 3 years. She beautified our whole building with the amazing designs she created with our students.
Visitation will be Tuesday, May 30 from 4PM to 7PM. The funeral Mass will be at 7PM. Both will be at St. Vincent Pallotti Catholic Church. All are welcome to come to pray, remember, extend condolences, and share love.
“May the martyrs come to greet her and the angels lead her into paradise on the road to the holy city, the New Jerusalem.”
Peace and all good,