Principal Welcome for the 2022-23 School Year
As I enter my fifth year as principal of St. Ann Catholic School and being two years removed from the COVID shutdown in March of 2020, I’m looking forward with great anticipation for all the great things the 22-23 school year has in store. These last few years have been the most trying times for education anywhere in the world. Education has changed forever. Many of the changes have made schools better and safer, and we have become better educators while teaching through the pandemic. Old habits have been replaced by well thought-out policies and procedures. The educational process has been more deliberate and focused. I see even more changes ahead and the changes will continue to make our students more compassionate in thinking of others first and placing a greater importance on improving our community.
St. Ann Catholic School has a tradition of excellence and has served the Bartlett and the surrounding area since 1960. As we are currently in our 6th decade of educating students in the Catholic tradition, we greatly appreciate the strong support received from parents, grandparents, alumni, and supporters. As we prepare our students for an unknown future, we look to the tools of today to help assure that our students are ready for whatever high school they choose to attend. We strive to help our students develop a life-long love of learning, and a passion for their faith. We work to prepare future leaders for our parish and community. We hope they take what they learn at St. Ann and make a positive impact on the lives of all those they encounter.
If you would like to learn more about St. Ann Catholic School, please call our school office to make an appointment to tour the campus and learn more about what we offer our students and families.
God bless you,
Didier Aur, Principal