Saints Mission Day

Posted by Mary Via on Apr 3, 2018 3:48:58 PM
We are looking forward to celebrating Saints Mission Day on Friday, April 13th. This Junior Kindergarten through grade 12 event is an opportunity for our community to come together around our school's  mission and explore one particular aspect of what it means to be a Saint. This year we will focus on our commitment to service.
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Topics: become ready, Spiritual Life, service, Goodness as Well as Knowledge

Preparing for advent

Posted by The Reverend Sean Cavanaugh on Dec 7, 2017 9:30:00 AM

I was asked recently by a faculty member about the meaning of advent.  The faculty member was intrigued about Advent and how our school celebrated the season.  I was struck by the yearning of this community member to better understand the significance of this time of year.  As a priest, and a person of faith, this conversation compelled me to provide my own understanding about the meaning of Advent and how it can impact all individuals. 

Recently, I have become a big fan of the Netflix original series,” Stranger Things”. The series explores the dynamic between “things” of this world and “stranger” things that might lie beyond human logic or science’s ability to fully understand those things.

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Topics: St. Stephens and St. Agnes, Spiritual Life

Giving thanks ~ finding goodness through gratitude

Posted by Jon Kunz on Nov 21, 2017 1:58:06 PM

One of the most beautiful things about this time of year is the celebration of thanks.  If you are fortunate enough to work at a school, you have the wonderful opportunity to engage young minds on the importance of giving thanks.  Often, during the elementary school years, the focus is on the simple and tangible things in life - parents, grandparents, friends, pets, etc.  Indeed, one of the highlights of the year for many at our lower school is the annual Blessing of the Animals chapel service.  For many of our youngest students, this is the first time they take part in a celebration of thanks.  It is a moment they meet with joy and excitement.

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Topics: St. Stephens and St. Agnes, become ready, Spiritual Life

Why I teach at an Episcopal School

Posted by Bob Weiman on Nov 20, 2017 8:30:18 AM

When I joined the St. Stephen’s and St. Agnes faculty as a sixth grade English teacher in 1993, I had heard from many people that it was a wonderful school and a special place.  What I did not fully comprehend at the time, but what became quite obvious early in my tenure, was that being an Episcopal school was an integral and foundational aspect of the institution and a major reason why I have loved being a teacher and administrator here over the past 25 years.

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Topics: St. Stephens and St. Agnes, Spiritual Life

Become Ready!

Practical Advice for Parents of School-Aged Children

Through this blog we intend to share the ways in which our students become ready. We will highlight our faculty, experts in their fields; we will dive into topics such as the joyfulness of learning, the balance of school and home, college readiness, and service. We hope to offer sound advice and guidance, while also sharing what it really means to be a member of our Saints community.

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