There are many reasons to consider a Catholic education for your child. St. Vincent Martyr School in Madison shares a dozen now! Visit our website www.svmsnj.org to register for our Open House events on Jan. 26 and 29. Applications are being accepted for the upcoming school year for students entering preschool - 8th grade. #svmsnj
Our beloved religion teacher Sr. Ann traded her crossing-guard jacket for a birthday cloak this morning, on this, her 80th birthday! @svmsnj students surprised her with a birthday message, presented her with a basket of cards, counted to 80, sang Happy Birthday and said prayers for her. We wish her well as she celebrates being 80 years young today! Happy birthday, Sr. Ann!
Registration for the Irish Dance Workshop offered by Mrs. Fahey closes on Monday, January 13 and classes begin on January 15. If you are interested, please visit the news item on our Weekly News page to download the registration form: https://www.svmsnj.org/domain/82
@svmsnj wishes you many blessings and much success in 2020! Have a very happy new year!
@svmsnj wishes you all the blessings the new year can bring. Merry Christmas!
Our annual Candy Cane relay race provides exciting entertainment and friendly competition among the students at St. Vincent Martyr School. It is one of the favorite traditions at our school for all the faithful, joyful and triumphant! See complete video at https://www.facebook.com/svmsnj/videos/759618377855843/
Sr. Noreen got into the spirit of things at this year's Breakfast with Santa, enjoying some photo-booth fun with one of her students!
The spirit of giving was alive in the SVMS gym this week as students visited the annual Christmas Shop. Through the tireless efforts of the Christmas Shop chairs and committee members, students can purchase items for just $2 each for up to 10 family members. It takes months of shopping for high-quality discounted items to stock the Shop. Many hours are spent wrapping these gifts so they can be easily purchased by the children and placed under the tree for Christmas morning. The committee volunteers and older student buddies assist our youngest shoppers as they select their goods. It brings the children great joy to shop for these gifts and participate in the giving spirit of the season. This year we had nearly 100% participation, with approximately 450 students shoppers, who purchased almost 4,500 gifts for their loved ones! https://www.facebook.com/svmsnj/videos/492680581347265/
Paddy, our school elf, was spotted by this sign in the lobby. We think he’s trying to communicate this message to us this Christmas season (and maybe throughout the year)!