b'UNITED AS ONE IN FAITHDear Friends of St. John XXIII,As the 2020-21 school year unfolds, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times, and we pray for good health and spirits for our entire St. John XXIII community. This year, we continue to do everything possible to live out our mission to provide an enriching, high-quality education for our students and spiritual engagement for our families. Our teachers and staff are the champions of our mission and persist in going above and beyond for our students and families.Our parents and students are to be commended as well for their tremendous patience, support, and sacrifice as they do their best to cope with the challenges brought on by the pandemic, while steadfastly supporting the community they know and love - St. John XXIII.More than ever, we are grateful for those who have supported our school through advocacy, funding, and volunteering. Indeed, in these uncertain times, we are comforted and encouraged knowing you care about our mission. While much of the world has been boogged down by the pandemic, we are taking the steps necessary to maintain and further improve the high quality educational and spiritual experiences we provide while being fully attentive to the health and safety of our students, staff, and families. This is no small undertaking, and all the more reason we are hoping you will contribute to this years Annual Fund. For those of you who have been adversely affected by the pandemic, we are with you in prayer. For those of you who are health care professionals, first responders, and other essential workers, we are most grateful for your tireless efforts to protect, comfort, heal the sick, and serve our community.In times like this, we are reminded of how interconnected we all are.Thank you for being part of our school community. Knowing your support is vital to the success of St. John XXIII Catholic School, please consider making an Annual Fund donation. And, above all, stay safe and well!Gods Blessings,Kristine Klein | Principal, St. John XXIII Catholic School'