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Presentation BVM School Is Proud !!

Congratulations!!

The Virtue of the Month for February was Honesty. Congratulations to the following students who have been recognized

by their teachers for their consistent display of honesty: Preschool 3’s – Zara S., Pre-Kindergarten 4’s – Delaney F., Kindergarten – Lydia H., Grade 1 – Evah M., Grade 2 – Carmen E., Grade 3 – Mason M., Grade 4 – Adam R., Grade 5 – Mia C., Grade 6 – Aaralyn F., Grade 7 – Sinead H. and Grade 8 – Chioma O.

Congratulations!!

The Virtue of the Month for January was Respect. The following students have been recognized by their teachers for their consistent display of respect to their classmates and teachers during the month of January: Preschool 3’s – Eva
Renee M., PreK 4’s – Damian P., Kindergarten – Bianca K., Grade 1 – Angelique M., Grade 2 – Jacob O., Grade 3 – Noah D., Grade 4 – Jenna Marie C., Grade 5 – Shane G., Grade 6 – Anastasia O., Grade 7 – Jarod McC. and Grade 8 – David G.


Congratulations! The Virtue of the Month for December was Perseverance.
The following students have been recognized by their teachers for their consistent
display of perseverance and hard work during the month of December:
Preschool 3’s – Kh’lee S., PreK 4’s – Caleb I., Kindergarten – Sansa G.,
Grade 1 – Jakob H., Grade 2 – Sinai C., Grade 3 – Gianna M., Grade 4 – Jada O.,
Grade 5 – Lillian W., Grade 6 – Emily K., Grade 7 – Mia C. and Grade 8 –
Harry E.

KUDOS to PresBVM School

Recently, Presentation BVM School was inducted into the Montgomery County Catholic Schools Hall of Fame by the Foundation for Catholic Education and the Montgomery County Advisory Council. The ceremony honored Father William Harrison, pastor of Presentation BVM parish, Mrs. Marianne Garnham, principal of Presentation BVM School and Mrs. Trudy Rocks, Advancement Coordinator, for their work as the school’s Strategic Planning Assistance Team.  The team developed and implemented specific strategies for the school including the institution of a Board of Limited Jurisdiction, the hiring of a business manager, restructuring the tuition schedule and launching a major marketing initiative.

 


Giving Back: We did it! Our “1,000 Can Challenge” broke the barrier in a spectacular way! Our students collected 1,473 cans – what an awesome effort! Thank you to our Mission Representatives who organized and advertised this annual collection. And thank you to all our parents for allowing your children to raid your pantry not once but several times in the last month. #PresPride