With the end of the quarter upon us we enter the home stretch of the school year. Nine weeks until summer break for the students and the 8th graders moving on to bigger things. The eighth graders are now becoming excited with the end of the year events, graduation and new schools on the horizon; but a little saddened by the end of their MIS career. They will miss us and we will miss them but for the time being, we still have nine weeks together to work hard at being better students, friends and Catholics. They should enjoy every day and live in that moment so as not to lose a second of their time here.
For the rest of us this means we have nine more weeks to work hard and learn all we can about our subjects and get ready to come back in the fall ready for a new grade. There will be lots of changes in the coming months for MIS and I am excited to see where we can go. Change can be difficult but I think it is also very positive and will be a blessing for the school and all who work here.
I hope you all had a blessed Easter and wonderful family times together.
The Pope’s Prayer Intention for April 2018:
For those who have responsibility in economic matters that economists may have the courage to reject any economy of exclusion and know how to open new paths.