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Principal's Message

April 25, 2017 Our students are challenged to learn, lead and serve as Jesus taught.

Holy Angels Regional is the educational cornerstone that supports the learning needs of families from seven unique parishes and beyond. Celebrating each child’s unique gifts, families are encouraged to become active participants in our school and their home parish. Children are encouraged to live a Sacramental life. Children prepare for this at school and at their home parish- St. Francis de Sales, St. Francis Cabrini, St. Sylvester, St. Margaret of Scotland, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, St. Joseph the Worker, Mary Immaculate. This focus helps to develop an inner voice within our students that is filled compassion, respect, kindness and love.

“What you are is God's gift to you, what you become is your gift to God.”  - Hans Urs von Balthasar



Holy Angels Classroom Spotlight:

Mrs. Meisen & Miss Correa's 4th Graders

Our 4th grade students recently attended a field trip at Brookhaven National Laboratory to learn about magnets! This interactive program focused on the science behind magnetic properties and electromagnetism. Our students had an opportunity to experiment to discover magnetic and non-magnetic metals. They also explored magnetic properties such as north and south poles, magnetic fields, attracting and repelling forces, and discovered how electromagnets and generators work. What a fun way to see science in action!


During this season of Lent, our school family collected donations for HELP Suffolk Homeless Shelter. Each grade was assigned a hygiene product, such as shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, body wash, and toilet paper. These were items requested by the facility to distribute to families who arrive at the shelter. We also included coloring books and crayons and any other donations that were given, including shaving cream, razors, small toys, crafts, etc. Mrs. Pagano collected everything and sorted it in the Pre-K playroom. On Friday, Student Council dedicated their time to put bags together. 50 complete bags were created and there are still some leftover items to donate! What a beautiful way for our students to serve others, just as Jesus exemplified for us all!