Summer is in full swing, but before you know it, it will be time for back to school. A new school year for students means meeting new teachers, catching up with old friends, getting to know new friends, new course work, and much more. All of these things can make children nervous and anxious and parents really stressed.
At the Osceola County Catholic Schools, we have been preparing for the new school year all summer long. Our classrooms have been painted and refreshed, new banners and posters hung, rooms reorganized, and our staff is eager to welcome everyone again. We are continuously raising the bar to provide our students with the best safe, secure and caring learning environment.
We know that it can be hard to go back to school after having fun during the summer. Therefore, we want to offer these five tips to parents, as they get ready for a new school year. Follow these tips to make the first day of school a true success!
Osceola County Catholic Schools want to wish you and your family a blessed and fun rest of your summer and a successful back to school.
Osceola Catholic Schools welcomes two new leaders to our schools this academic year. Fr. Jorge Torres was named pastor of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and School earlier this summer. Previously, he served as Director of the Vocations Office in the Diocese of Orlando. Also new to our schools is Mr. Nick Pavgouzas, principal at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic School in St. Cloud. Before joining the STA staff, he served as Assistant Principal at the Sanford Middle School and has his Master in Educational Leadership and Administration from UCF. Welcome!