Catholic Schools Week 2024

Jan 05, 2024

Catholic Schools Week, the annual celebration of what makes Catholic education special, begins the week of January 28th-February 3rd. We set aside this week every year to focus on what our students are accomplishing and to celebrate the community we have built

Christmas Cakes and Pies

Dec 06, 2023

  ORDER NOW…Gregg’s Desserts and Pies for CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR’S Orders and payment due Monday, December 11th. The pies will be delivered on Wednesday, November 21st at dismissal.  Checks may be made to SJSJ. Click Here for Order Form   Gift

Gift Cards & Pies…Oh My!

Oct 23, 2023

    Back by popular demand, Gregg’s Desserts and Pies for Thanksgiving Orders and payment due Monday, November 13th. The pies will be delivered on Wednesday, November 22nd at dismissal.  Checks may be made to SJSJ. Click Here for Order Form  

Food Drive – Please Contribute

Oct 23, 2023

  For the months of November-February, we will be collecting canned goods for the St. Lawrence Food Pantry.  This is a great opportunity to help feed the hungry in our area and we encourage all family and friends to join in our

2nd Annual Trunk or Treat – Oct 27th

Sep 20, 2023

  Join Us for this fun family event! Please Decorate and Host your own trunk   FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27TH Starting at 5:30pm  

Harvest Craft Fair

Sep 14, 2023

  Holy Name – St. Lawrence – St. Francis Assisi HARVEST CRAFT FAIR In the Holy Name Parish Center Saturday, October 14 from 9am – 6pm Sunday, October 15 from 8am – 1pm Food, Vendors, Auctions, Raffles, Kids’ Activities, and More!!  

Pizza, Fundraising and fun!

Aug 07, 2023

  Come to Chuck E. Cheese on Friday, August 25th, and meet other St. Teresa of Calcutta families! The event is from 3pm to Close so you can come whenever you want and stay for as long as you want. Be sure

Summer Reading and School Supply Lists

May 19, 2023

The summer reading lists, as well as the school supply lists, for the 2023/2024 school year are now ready!  You can print off the checklists and be ready for the back-to-school sales this summer.  Happy reading and enjoy your summer 🙂  

Willy Wonka, Jr. Drama Presentation

Apr 11, 2023

Mark your calendars for our Drama Club presentation of    Willy Wonka, Jr.   Friday, April 28 6:00 p.m.  at the former Our Lady of Mount Carmel School  Msgr. Antonio P Vieira Parish Center Rivet St New Bedford, MA   $10/Adult  

Middle School Renderings

Feb 28, 2023

We are very pleased to release three renderings of the planned middle school. These images depict the modern middle school facilities that have been the vision for the St. Teresa of Calcutta middle school building and the reason we continue to be

Snow Day – No School on 2/28/23

Feb 28, 2023

Due to the forecasted snowfall amounts and timing of the snow, STOC school will be closed Tuesday, February 28th.  This cancellation is out of concern for the safety of both our students and staff who must drive in these conditions. NOTE: It

Mardi Gras Pancake Breakfast

Jan 27, 2023

  Mardi Gras Pancake Breakfast Sunday, February 19th 9am to Noon at HOLY NAME CENTER   “All -you-can-eat Pancakes” (Plain, w/Choc. Chips, or w/Blueberries) Served with Bacon, Sausages, Orange Juice, Coffee, Tea, or Milk Adults $12; Children 12 and under $6  

Celebrate Catholic Schools Week

Jan 11, 2023

  January 29 to February 4, 2023 #CSW23 Now entering its 49th anniversary year, National Catholic Schools Week (CSW) is an annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. From January 29 to February 4, 2023, St. Teresa of Calcutta School

December Events

Nov 30, 2022

Chuck E. Cheese Night in Dartmouth On Friday, December 2nd, between 3 and 9pm, come out and have fun while supporting our school!  Chuck E. Cheese donates up to 20% of the sales generated from this event to Saint Teresa of Calcutta

November Happenings

Oct 31, 2022

  All Saints’ Day – Tuesday, November 1st In honor and celebration of this joyous occasion, the students will be dressing as their favorite Saints and will process through the church before Mass on that Tuesday. Our “saints” should bring their saint