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11:30 Dismissal
Tue Nov 25 @12:00PM - 08:00PM
Parent ~ Teacher Conferences
Wed Nov 26
No School ~ Thanksgiving Recess
Mon Dec 01 @ 8:15AM - 03:00PM
Gr. 7 Day of the Spirit
Wed Dec 03 @ 7:00PM - 08:00PM
School Advisory Committee Mtg RM 110
Fri Dec 05 @ 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Mass prepared by gr. 8
Sat Dec 06
Knights of Columbus Free Throw Contest
Sat Dec 06 @ 9:00AM - 01:30PM
Market Day

Dr. Patricia Brown, Principal

Bachelor's Degree:  Northeastern Illinois University

Master's Degree:  Concordia University

Doctorate Degree:  Loyola University

Principal since 1991

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think that a Catholic education is important because students are taught values and Christ like behaviors in addition to academics.  Catholic schools prepare the future leaders of the Church.  Students are taught to recognize the presence of Christ in themselves and others.  The attitudes nutured will hopefully carry over into adult life and enable them to live responsible, Christ-like lives."

 

Janet Kusinski, Assistant Principal & Kindergarten

Bachelor's Degree:  Emporia State University, Emporia, Kansas

Master's Degree:  Northeastern Illinois University

Faculty member since: 1991

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it allows us to keep our faith a priority.  The excellent academics offered at St. Eugene are combined with faith formation in order to develop a student that is a confident, caring individual.  The values taught here will be with students for the rest of their lives."

 

Jackie McKermitt, PreSchool

Bachelor's Degree:  Northeastern Illinois University

Master's Degree:  Dominican University

Faculty Member since:  2002

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it incorporates God in our lives through learning.  It also teaches good values and discipline." 

 

Camille Lajewski, PreKindergarten

Bachelor's Degree:  Loyola University of Chicago

Master's Degree:  National Louis University

Faculty Member since:  1985

Parishioner at: St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it lays the foundation for our children to develop a love and understanding for our Lord.  It is this love and understanding that will guide and influence every facet of their lives.  Being in the midst of this atmosphere on a daily basis is a powerful influence!"

 

Judi Kolk, First Grade

Bachelor's Degree:  Elmhurst College

Faculty Member since:  1994

Parishioner at:  Our Lady Mother of the Church

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it not only provides academic and social values, but instills in our students spiritual values as well."  

 

Mary Beth Glynn, Second Grade

Bachelor's Degree:  Northern Illinois University

Faculty Member since:  1976

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because the students need to learn more about Christ.  I can help others do this through worship, prayer and service."  

 

Frieda Winecki, Third Grade

Bachelor's Degree:  Northeastern Illinois University

Faculty Member Since:  2004

Parishioner at:  St. Pascal Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it allows us to help students grow in our faith and practice our beliefs in the classroom and the Church." 

 

Margaret Wanat, Fourth Grade

Bachelor's Degree:  St. Norbert College

Faculty Member since:  1972

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because our faith is not just a subject to teach but a way of life."

 

 

 Jodi Fedoruk, Fifth Grade

 Bachelor's Degree:  DePaul University

Master's Degree:  Northeastern Illinois University

Faculty member since:  1979

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it provides children and young adults with a foundation for a faith filled life.  Catholic education helps them build personal character and helps them make moral decisions as they grow into adulthood."

 

 

Maura Craven, Junior High History, Sixth Grade English/Literature, Eighth Algebra, Seventh Grade Homeroom

Bachelor's Degree: 

Master's Degree: 

Faculty Member since:  2014

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because ...

 

 Barbara Sedivec, Junior High Science, 7/8 Chinese, Sixth Religion, PS/6 Spanish, Sixth Grade Homeroom

Bachelor's Degree:  Dominican University

Master's Degree:  Dominican University

Faculty member since:  1996

Parishioner at:  St. Pius X Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because our students are the future of the Church.  I believe I am helping to give them a good foundation to understand and care for our planet."

 

Cathy Taylor, Seventh/Eighth English/Literature, Grade Eight Religion, Eighth Grade Homeroom

Bachelor's Degree:  Mundelein College

Master's Degree: Concordia University

Faculty Member since:  1981

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because in a Catholic school students are afforded the pursuit of academic excellence in a place where Christian values and faith can also be nurtured." 

 

Patty Samborski, Physical Education, PS-Grade 8

Bachelor's Degree:  Northern Illinois University

Master's Degree: North Park University

Faculty member since:  1996

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it creates a well rounded individual.  Students are taught the values that will make them good citizens in life because they follow the examples and lessons of the Lord."

 

Rose Marie Calderisi, Art Education K-Grade 8

Bachelor's Degree:  Mundelein College

Master's Degree:  Concordia University

Faculty member since:  2006

Parishioner at:  Mary, Seat of Wisdom

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"I think a Catholic education is important because it gives the developing child a nurturing environment which mirrors the teachings of Christ.  Each child is considered a spiritual being and an emerging member of the human community.  Children in Catholic schools are guided in moral and ethical development." 

 

Maria Savino, Learning Resources, K/Grade 8, Sixth & Seventh Math, Seventh Religion

Bachelor's Degree:  Dominican University

Master's Degree:  Roosevelt University

Faculty member since:  1984

Parishioner at:  St. Eugene Parish

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"I think a Catholic education is important because good values and morals are taught across our curriculum.  Our children are taught the importance of a good, active faith life, in addition to the academic subjects."

 

 

Cindy Adamson, Technology 

Bachelor's Degree:  Indiana State University

Master's Degree:  Indiana State University
Faculty member since:  2014

Parishioner at: St. Joan of Arc
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"I think a Catholic education is important because students are taught the importance of Christ in their lives. Students also learn moral and ethical values that will guide them to be good citizens in both the real and digital worlds."