Category: Academy News

Christmas Holiday Break Letter

Dear Parents, I wanted to inform you that the Superintendent’s office has notified us that Friday, December 18th will be our last day of school before the Christmas holiday break.  School will resume on Monday, January 4th. I know that changes in the calendar can be difficult, so I wanted to give you as much […]

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Thanksgiving Break

Dear Parents, I wanted to inform you that I was just notified that the Superintendent’s office has decided that on Wednesday, November 25th all schools in the Brooklyn Diocese will be closed in celebration of the Thanksgiving holiday. I know that changes in the calendar can be difficult, so I wanted to give you as […]

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Ways to Support Our Academy

3 Ways You Can Help Raise Money to Support St. Gregory the Great Click on our storefront link: http://www.sgtgschool.shutterflystorefront.com Purchase items from Shutterfly and the school get a percentage of the sale. Look for coupons on our Facebook page and website. Go to smile.amazon.com Make sure you choose St. Gregory the Great Catholic Academy, Bellerose [...]
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October Dress Down Fundraiser

Dear Parents and Guardians, Hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy! As you’re aware, due to our current situation with COVID-19 our fundraising opportunities are limited this year. Although we’re unable to have our regular social fundraisers such as the Pajama Jam, Bowling, etc., there are still opportunities to raise money for our school […]

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Carvel Fundraiser

Please join us at Carvel (265-15 Hillside Avenue) Tuesday, October 13, 2020, 3pm-9pm This is a fundraiser to benefit SGTGCA. The school will receive 25% of all sales. Bring your family and friends! **Please be sure to bring this flyer or mention St. Gregory the Great Catholic Academy** Click Here to Download/Print the Flyer
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Protocols for when a Student is Ill During the School Day

Any individual who exhibits COVID-like symptoms which potentially include, but are not limited to, the following during the school day must be immediately isolated and sent home according to the established protocols and according to the best judgment and discretion of the designated individual in charge of monitoring symptoms. Fever of 100.0 degrees Fahrenheit or […]

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