Parish School of ReligionAssisting Parents with raising and forming their children in K - High School in the Catholic Faith.
PSR Registration Information
Registration for 2016-17 will begin in July. Registration and Medical Forms will be postal mailed to active PSR families and will be available in the vestibules of church and online for printing. Registrations are due on Monday, 1 August. Our PSR Program operates on a rolling enrollment basis, so we welcome new families to enroll their children at any point in the year. Please direct any questions or concerns to Brian McCauley. Parent & Student Orientation will be on Sunday, 28 August from 10 – 11 am in the school gym.
PSR Sundays; 10-11 am
Orientation: Sun. 28 August
September: 4, 11, 18, 25
October: 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
November: 6, 27
December: 4, 11, 18
January: 8, 15, 22, 29
February: 5, 12, 19, 26
March: 5, 12, 19, 26
April: 2, 23, 30
May: 7, 14, 21
REMIND – Please Subscribe!
PSR families are able to subscribe (here) for the REMIND service which will alert you via phone/email of important announcements, reminders, or if a PSR session is canceled due to inclement weather.
Special PSR Events:
- Sun. 23 Oct: Spiritual Adoption Collection for PDHC
- Nov.: St. Vincent dePaul Collection
- Sun. 12 Mar: Stations of the Cross in Church: 10.15 am
Our PSR Program seeks to give your children a base of knowledge about their faith to build upon and grow for the rest of their lives. We also hope to instill in them the value of continuing education and faith formation. We strive to make your children’s faith becoming living, conscience, and active through our instruction. Saint Mary of the Assumption’s PSR program works with the parents, to help their children deepen their understanding of the Catholic faith and foster a personal relationship with the triune God and the Church. Our program also combines with Saint Mary Elementary School for sacramental preparation for the following sacraments: Penance, Holy Communion, and Confirmation.
Our PSR program holds weekly classes for students in kindergarten through high school. Although the religious education program at our parish follows an academic model, with 32 or so sessions a year, the truth is that our education and formation in the faith as Catholics follows a 52 week model. The most important part of both you and your child’s growth in the faith and relationship with the triune God happens every Sunday at holy Mass. On Sunday, the day of the Resurrection, the Universal Church gathers to give herself in worship to God; to be taught and formed more perfectly as members of our Lord’s body, by being nourished and build-up with nothing less than the Body & Blood of Jesus Christ. The Second Vatican Council said, even more clearly what we have always believed, that receiving our Lord in holy Communion is “the source and summit of the Christian life (Lumen gentium, II).
|Director||Mr. McCauley||740.653.5054||Email Me|
|Assistant||Mr. Smith||740.654.3347||Email Me|
|Kindergarten||Teacher||Mrs. Caton||740.756.7930||Email Me|
|Grade 1||Teacher||Mrs. Harris||740.654.0323||Email Me|
|Grade 2||Teacher||Mrs. Smith||740.654.3347||Email Me|
|Grade 3||Teacher||Mrs. Yost||740.862.0709||Email Me|
|Grade 4||Teacher||Mrs. Miller||740.243.5525||Email Me|
|Grade 5||Teacher||Mrs. Schooley||740.654.7841||Email Me|
|Grade 6||Teacher||Mrs. Llewellyn||740.654.4068||Email Me|
|Grade 7||Teacher||Mr. Albert||740.536.7853||Email Me|
|Grade 8||Teacher||Mr. Jones||614.915.6793||Email Me|
|Grade 8||Teacher||Mrs. Jones||614.496.4058||Email Me|
|High School||Teacher||Mrs. Sheridan||740.215.5009||Email Me|