Monsignor Noel Fogarty First Annual Math Competition

From 1991 until his retirement in 2011, Monsignor Fogarty was our pastor at St. Gregory the Great School and Parish. He loved the school, especially interacting with our students in classrooms, at mass and at outside events. Monsignor strongly believed in developing our children from an early age both spiritually and intellectually. As such, he was an advocate in promoting our involvement in academic competitions around the nation, especially in mathematics. It is befitting that a challenging mathematics competition honor his memory and promote excellence in Catholic Education. All sixth, seventh and eighth grade students from St. Gregory will have an opportunity to compete in this competition. The final round of the competition will be held in the gym on May 10th. Through the generosity of parishioners we will be awarding 2017-2018 tuition scholarships to the top 3 winners at each grade level: 1 st place $300, 2nd place $200 and 3rd place $100. In addition we will place the names of all first place winners on a school trophy. All families are welcome to attend.


Join your friends for an afternoon of fun and fellowship to benefit our Endowed Scholarship Fund, which helps school families in financial need to provide a Catholic education for their children. Come out and enjoy lunch and play the beautiful Lago Mar Country Club course. After the event, we will have dinner and the award celebration. You can still sign up and join our list of Sponsors including: Grand Sponsor: Paul and Carol Coyle Dinner: BHIII LLC Real Estate Investment Group/ Phelan Family Luncheon Sponsor: Anonymous Cocktail Party Sponsor: Bokampers Restaurant Towel Sponsor: Available Hole-In-One Sponsor: Massey Yardley Signature Sponsor: Available Day of Sponsors: Arroyo Family, Peter Weidinger State Farm, Donna & Tim Wells, Lambiro Family, County Line Chiropractic

Florida State Junior Thespian

In February, the St. Gregory’s Thespian Troupe #88759 attended the Florida State Junior Thespian Festival. They participated in many events ranging from solo musical and pantomimes to duet acting scenes and monologues. The following students won awards: Anna Liendo – monologue – superior Morgan Vaught – monologue – superior Bianca Weston – solo musical – superior Nico Wellons/Connie Phelan – duet musical – superior Isa Quevedo/Natalie Farver – duet musical – superior Abby Stankus/Connie Phelan – pantomime – superior Maria Martone/Riley Boerger- scene writing superior and CRITICS CHOICE Mackenzie Lerner – monologue – excellent Lilly Krause – make-up design – superior Large group musical – superior Participants in large group musical: Abby Stankus Connie Phelan Nico Wellons Bianca Weston Rebecca Gonzalez Morgan Vaught Laura Cullen Grace Devine Mackenzie Lerner Valentina Olson Riley Boerger Victoria Landron Mya Nasowicz Isa Quevedo Maria Soto Kasey Steele

Summer Camp Information Is Here!

Our summer camp theme this year will be “Cruising Crusaders”.

Each themed week includes fun activities, one in-house field trip, and one excursion for K-8 Campers!

Click the links below for the informational brochure and the registration form.

Note: There will be no off-site field trips for PK2, PK3, or PK4.

Note: Summer School and PK2 Camp Information Coming Soon!

Mini Cruising Crusaders 2017  (Grades PK3 – PK4)

Cruising Crusaders 2017 (Grades K-8)

Cruising Crusaders Registration Form (Grades PK3- 8)

Catholic Schools Week (CSW) is Jan. 29 – Feb. 3.

Catholic Schools Week (CSW) is Jan. 29 – Feb. 3. The annual national celebration focuses attention on the good work done by the nation’s Catholic Schools. St. Gregory’s theme for the 2016-2017 school year is “Stay Connected.” In an effort to “stay connected” with the community, St. Gregory students and families will participate in a “Prince II Kings” service campaign during CSW. This non-profit organization provides around the clock (24/7) assistance, including free mentoring and educational support to at-risk youths within the inner city. During CSW, students can help each day by bringing items which will benefit this organization. This collection will enable St. Gregory to provide much needed items to this organization.

The week’s schedule is as follows:

MONDAY 1/30 Used sporting equipment, (football, basketball, tennis, soccer, baseball)

TUESDAY 1/31 School supplies, (composition books, binders, folders, paper)

WEDNESDAY 2/1 Hygiene items, (mouthwash, deodorant, toothpaste, soap, socks, sanitizer)

THURSDAY 2/2 Books (Autobiography- History)

FRIDAY 2/3 Baby supplies, (diapers, wipes, baby shampoo, baby lotion, bibs, pacifiers)

Parish families are also welcome to participate by dropping off items (in the blue bins) located in front of the school office during Catholic Schools Week. Thank you in advance for your generosity and support. We look forward to a fantastic Catholic Schools Week!

Here at St. Gregory, we celebrate Catholic Schools Week with the following events:

January 30 Opening Mass

January 31 Grandparent Appreciation Day

February 1 Parent Appreciation Day

February 2 Teacher Appreciation Day

February 3 Student Appreciation Day