Mount Saint Charles Responds to the COVID-19 outbreak

The Mount family continues to learn with at-home, online classrooms, spiritual development, and social and emotional support

Responding with hope and education

The entire community at Mount Saint Charles Academy is responding to the coronavirus outbreak with an extraordinary response that puts students’ learning and social and emotional needs first.

Administrators and teachers alike made it possible for Mount to be one of the first schools in Rhode Island to launch online classrooms and learning to ensure the community’s safety. Our teachers, students, and staff have led the way in building a community that adheres to the Mount Saint Charles mission.

Mount feels strongly that learning is a social process and that our school community is integral to our success. And while virtual schooling is not ideal, we have together developed a structure that allows to continue the learning process seamlessly.

To that end, the learning community at Mount has embraced four key pillars to ensure success, regardless of technology:

  • Learning requires individual effort and commitment
  • Academic integrity is essential
  • Respect of the learning environment is very important
  • There will be challenges, and it is our responsibility as a community to support each other in this process

For more about how proactively Mount has responded to support online learning, you can ready WPRI’s article here:  

Thanks to all of the teachers and leadership team for keeping our kids connected and focused. You really have impressed us. Thank you!

Caitlin Fahey Kickham

Parent

“Everyone at  Mount Saint Charles Academy as done an incredible job implementing virtual learning! I feel blessed my children are part of this community and appreciate all of the hard work being done by teachers and administrators.”
Jennifer Caito

Parent

Staying connected to students through education

Our students have continued their education without missing a beat,  via both face-to-face online instruction and independent learning tasks and assignments. Mount students continue to start their day at their usual time, beginning with announcements and prayers before moving into their classrooms. By giving students a consistent schedule to follow, we are able to support our community’s academic needs while balancing the emotional and social needs of our students, their families, and our teachers and staff. The results speak for themselves – in the first week of online learning, our attendance rate for was greater than 99%!

Our classes are being taught in the face-to-face online environment offered by Google Classroom. Assignments are shared through the Mount portal – exactly the same way they would be under normal circumstances. And Wednesdays have been designated independent learning days – there is no direct teacher instruction, but teachers are available to help students as needed while they work on their assignments throughout the day.

Every single day that students learn counts as a school day, and count toward graduation requirements.

Mobilizing Students to Help

Mount students are no strangers to giving back, and they have stepped up again and again. Many have signed on to become Virtual Peer Assistants, and will be manning the Virtual Learning Center and helping other students with their learning and assignments.

Administrators, Teachers, and Staff Are Connected

We are keeping connected in similar ways to the way we would under normal circumstances. Our faculty meet-ups have moved online, and we now have remote office hours. Our administrators and teachers are also connecting with colleagues across the state, sharing their experiences and helping others adjust to an online learning environment.

Staying connected to students through education

Our students have continued their education without missing a beat,  via both face-to-face online instruction and independent learning tasks and assignments. Mount students continue to start their day at their usual time, beginning with announcements and prayers before moving into their classrooms. By giving students a consistent schedule to follow, we are able to support our community’s academic needs while balancing the emotional and social needs of our students, their families, and our teachers and staff. The results speak for themselves – in the first week of online learning, our attendance rate for was greater than 99%!

Our classes are being taught in the face-to-face online environment offered by Google Classroom. Assignments are shared through the Mount portal – exactly the same way they would be under normal circumstances. And Wednesdays have been designated independent learning days – there is no direct teacher instruction, but teachers are available to help students as needed while they work on their assignments throughout the day.

Every single day that students learn counts as a school day, and count toward graduation requirements.

Mobilizing Students to Help

Mount students are no strangers to giving back, and they have stepped up again and again. Many have signed on to become Virtual Peer Assistants, and will be manning the Virtual Learning Center and helping other students with their learning and assignments.

Administrators, Teachers, and Staff Are Connected

We are keeping connected in similar ways to the way we would under normal circumstances. Our faculty meet-ups have moved online, and we now have remote office hours. Our administrators and teachers are also connecting with colleagues across the state, sharing their experiences and helping others adjust to an online learning environment.

“Everyone at  Mount Saint Charles Academy as done an incredible job implementing virtual learning! I feel blessed my children are part of this community and appreciate all of the hard work being done by teachers and administrators.”
Jennifer Caito

Parent

Social-emotional support for all students

The social-emotional health is part of our everyday mission at Mount, and in the face of this crisis, there are unique challenges and opportunities. Mount school counselors have been proactive in developing tools and offering support to students and families, making sure that they are available all day and scheduling virtual appointments for those students who need them.

In addition, school counselors have assembled numerous resources that support a wide range of student needs. These resources are made available via the Mount student portal and students and families are notified directly when new resources are made available. These resources include:

  • tips about successful online learning
  • guidance for talking about and preparedness in the current crisis
  • updates about Mount

College Readiness

Despite the unique environment we find ourselves in, students and school counselors are continuing to work together toward preparing for college, particularly for juniors and seniors. That includes everything from SAT and AP testing preparation, college research and inquiries, and financial aid applications.

“It has been an amazing first day!! Thank you to the MSC staff and administration for being proactive and creative. The boys have been actively learning and I have heard collaboration and laughs all day. Thank you!!!”
Julie C. Ensign

Parent

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Our SLG skaters had another amazing experience yesterday, chatting with Olympic bronze medalist and US National Champion Jason Brown. Jason answered our skaters’ questions, discussing everything from overcoming setbacks, to improving flexibility, to explaining his training regiment as an elite athlete. He encouraged our skaters to focus on the positives and find their own paths in their skating careers. Thank you Jason for inspiring our Mounties!! ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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Dear Eighth Grade Families:

In countless ways, the teaching and support our young people have received from their families have been instrumental in bringing them to this point in their lives, and the faculty and staff at Mount Saint Charles Academy thank you for your presence and effort as our students prepare to enter High School.

The annual Completion Ceremony for our eighth-graders will be held as part of the Middle School Honors Night. This ceremony allows us the opportunity to celebrate this milestone for our eighth-grade students. The recipients of the Great 8 award will be announced on this night as well.

The event will be posted on our spring celebrations page. Please join us using this link: www.mountsaintcharles.org/spring-celebrations/

It is our sincere hope that you will join us tonight at 7PM.

Kindly,
Julie Beauvais
Principal
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The following students were selected as Students of the Month for the month of May. Teachers were asked to nominate a student who brings joy to their peers and others. This has been a very trying time for so many and we thank these students for being the light!

12 th grade Andie Brothers
11th grade Sean Trottier
10th grade Anden Jollie
9th grade Christina Schoumaker
8th grade Isabella Stanzione
7th grade Gia Conte
6th grade Declan Moran
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Mounties,

This is a moment that demands much of us as Christians. We were separated from each other by the threat of disease and the pain, loss and sorrow it brought. Then injustice tore our world apart, taking lives in the cruelest possible ways. It threatens to widen the distances between us even more. It denies many of our sisters and brothers their fundamental, God-given humanity.

We, as a community of faith, must bridge the distances and join with the oppressed as Jesus did, taking the side of love, peace and justice. You can be a light in the darkness. Our "Be the Light" event on Sunday will symbolize our commitment as Christians to working for a just world. Let us pray to be part of the change and healing that must happen.

Please join me in this prayer offered by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops below and read this statement by The Brothers of the Sacred Heart & their Institutions: bit.ly/MSC_Statement



Wake Me Up Lord

Wake me up Lord, so that the evil of racism
finds no home within me.
Keep watch over my heart Lord,
and remove from me any barriers to your grace,
that may oppress and offend my brothers and sisters.
Fill my spirit Lord, so that I may give
services of justice and peace.
Clear my mind Lord, and use it for your glory.
And finally, remind us Lord that you said,
"blessed are the peacemakers,
for they shall be called children of God."
Amen.

Alan Tenreiro '92
President
Mount Saint Charles Academy
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You're Invited!

Join us as Mount Saint Charles is illuminated as a sign of hope and a call to action on Sunday, June 7th from 8-11pm

In Matthew 5:14-16 we are called to be the light in the world. Join us as we bring light to our historic building on the day our seniors were originally scheduled to graduate and move forward as beacons into the world. This special event is for the entire Mount family and community at large as it represents a sign of unity and hope for all.

Thank you to the MSC Parents Council for graciously sponsoring the lighting for this campus drive through. Vehicles will enter via Logee Street, continue past the front of the building and Jesus statue and exit via Monroe street.


*Please note that this is a drive through event and stopping, standing or parking is not allowed
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Put your advertising in front of thousands of fans on the rink boards at Adelard Arena. In addition to the exposure your company will gain, you will also get the satisfaction of knowing that your donation supports the growth off on- and off-ice programming at Mount Saint Charles Academy. Interested? Click here: bit.ly/MSC_ARENA
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“Being apart, teaches us how to be together”
With tradition in mind, eight of our Mount Saint Charles graduating seniors will be showcasing their vocal talent for “What the World Needs Now,” a cabaret performance.
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DONE! The 6th Graders @MtStCharles came up with "The Class of 2026 MOUNTIE MAYhem PUSH-UP CHALLENGE" which set a goal of 20,026 push-ups by the end of the month! To date they have hit 34,454 push-ups with a week to Go! Of course! #paraMOUNT #MSCwellness ... See MoreSee Less

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Please join us. Facebook premiere tonight at 7 pm!

“Being apart, teaches us how to be together”
With tradition in mind, eight of our Mount Saint Charles graduating seniors will be showcasing their vocal talent for “What the World Needs Now,” a cabaret performance.
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Miss Luther’s high school chorus students had a guest speaker today, Mikayla Beaulieu (MT-BC, Board Certified Music Therapist). She spoke about her training at Berklee College of Music, and her work now in San Francisco, CA in hospice care. She also took the time to answer questions from students. ... See MoreSee Less

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Mount Saint Charles Academy launches strategic task force to plan safe reopening for students, families, faculty and staff


WOONSOCKET, R.I., May 27, 2020 – Mount Saint Charles Academy has created a strategic task force to explore sweeping health and safety measures to re-open its campus to students and staff.

The “Reopening with Resilience” task force will weigh a wide range of temporary and permanent health and safety measures to respond to the coronavirus, and also to prepare Mount for similar crises in the future. The group’s work will include regular communication with and surveys of students and families.

The goal is to return to as much face-to-face interaction as can be done safely. Mount will also include the option for a family to choose to keep their child home but still access learning virtually if they don’t feel safe sending their child into the school building.

“We affirm our hope and intent to deliver the 2020 fall term on campus but have considered scenarios for various conditions that may be presented. Planning includes creative scheduling, community distancing, hybrid in-class/virtual learning, and strategies for the residence hall and athletic fields. The new normal prior to a vaccine may involve approaches such as daily temperature and health screenings, eating in a classroom versus the cafeteria, wearing masks, and a rotation of student cohorts in the building,” said Mount Saint Charles President Alan Tenreiro.

“The task force’s charter is to weigh the potential of every precaution, choose the most effective, and form them into an integrated plan that allows us to get back to educating our students according to CDC, state and local guidelines. Nothing is off the table,” said Tenreiro “Our priority is creating a healthy, safe learning environment for our students, faculty and staff. They need to know their well-being is the primary factor in our deliberations on when to re-open our campus.”

Mount operates classes and programming for 630 students grades 6-12 with 92 faculty and staff on a 20-acre campus. Facilities consist of the main building, residence hall, athletic fields, and Adelard Arena ice rink. The task force will identify means to give students access to facilities – the gym, computer labs, art and music rooms, the ice rink, etc. – while maintaining safety guidelines.

Among the initiatives the task force is considering are:

vigorous cleaning/sanitizing protocols

family choice option for in person or virtual school

purchase of electrostatic cleaning equipment

fixed traffic patterns in the buildings

limiting class sizes

re-configuring rooms

videoconferencing classes

combining live and remote instruction

modifying the yearly academic calendar

suspending large gatherings

increasing academic and mental health supports

daily temperature screenings and mandatory wearing of masks.

“Not much about the future is clear, but it’s clear we have to adapt,” Mr. Tenreiro said. “One of the most important lessons we can teach our children during this pandemic is how to respond sensibly to extraordinary circumstances without being paralyzed by them and how we can learn from them to innovate for the future. Our expectation is that we will all be facing a “new normal” and that special accommodations will be needed in our near-term future, but we will handle it with our signature Mountie spirit and a meticulous attention to health and safety. ”
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“Being apart, teaches us how to be together”
With tradition in mind, eight of our Mount Saint Charles graduating seniors will be showcasing their vocal talent for “What the World Needs Now,” a cabaret performance.
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“Distance means so little, when someone means so much”
Don’t forget to join us this Friday night at 7pm on FB live for “What the World Needs Now,” a cabaret performance featuring the following seniors:

Stephanie Azar
Maggie Clarke
Ky Dakai
Ellen Dixon
Ryan Lazarus
Alexandria Manousos
Sarah Michael
Maria Smith
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Please return your MSC library books on your scheduled locker clean out day! There is a bin outside of the main office for the books! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Memorial Day is a day to honor those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our country and our freedom. Please enjoy and reflect on what Memorial Day is really all about while listening to Taps played by Mike Alizio '20 and Noah Tiberio '20. ... See MoreSee Less

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Those long nights studying and planning for the future were worth it! We are so proud to celebrate your service and dedication to our school and the broader community, your hard work, and your perseverance. We can't wait to see your journey continue to unfold on college campuses throughout the country.

To our Mount family and friends: keep your eyes on these Mounties....their impact on the world will be extraordinary! Thank you for supporting and encouraging them along the way.
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Mount Saint Charles Academy modifies and
reschedules commencement events to July 27-Aug. 2

WOONSOCKET, R.I., May 22, 2020 – Mount Saint Charles Academy is working to keep tradition and its mission at the forefront as they celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2020. The school has modified and rescheduled commencement events in response to coronavirus restrictions, moving them to late July/early August from their usual June timeframe.

Events will include a prom, commencement Mass, senior supper, and an academic convocation. They will begin on July 27 and culminate with graduation ceremonies Aug. 2 on the school campus. Mount has also planned a Class of 2020 gathering at Thanksgiving, a Christmas 2020 yearbook signing party, and a 2021 spring visit, circumstances allowing.

Middle School honors night, 8th grade completion ceremony, and grades 9-11 honors nights, also traditionally held in June, will be held virtually.

The July/August Commencement Week events will include social distancing measures. The school has a backup plan for the graduation ceremony if large gatherings are still prohibited.
“We surveyed the students on what they wanted and pushed the date back to give ourselves time to plan events that are both memorable and safe. Hopefully there will be fewer restrictions by this time that allow us more options when planning,” said Mount Saint Charles President Alan Tenreiro. “There’s a lot we can do to recognize our graduating seniors on social media, but there’s no substitute for having them together. We’ve designed the events with an eye toward sensible precautions.”

The first option is a traditional commencement, with processions, class prayer in front of the Sacred Heart statue, the school bell tower tolling, awards and speeches. Among the speakers will be class valedictorian Caroline Corrigan, salutatorian Julia Kamp, and mistress of graduate ceremonies Isabelle Felaco.

If conditions don’t allow for large gatherings, the school will consider a variety of options including an outdoor ceremony, multiple smaller ceremonies, or even conferring diplomas one at a time and creating a virtual graduation video complete with speeches and awards.

The run-up to graduation started May 15 with a parade of Mount buses and the Mountie mascot delivering lawn signs to the Class of 2020 valedictorian, salutatorian, graduation mistress of ceremonies, and top-10 graduates. All graduates picked up personal lawn signs, caps, gowns, tassels and honor cords during a campus drive-through on

May 22. A special campus drive through event is also being planned for the whole school community the night of the original commencement on Sunday, June 7.

“Ensuring that the Class of 2020 celebrates in Mount’s nearly century old traditions is the goal and our leadership team and staff will do all that we can to celebrate in a way that honors that legacy and ensures the safety of all those involved,” said Mr. Tenreiro.
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Chris Baxter shares why he loves his grandparents: "I certainly would not have achieved the things I have and work as hard as I do if I didn’t have my grandparents. They have provided such a strong model to me for follow and I am forever grateful for them." ... See MoreSee Less

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Rest In Peace[from May 8, 2020] Brother Cyrille Guilbault passed peacefully into eternal life on Thursday, May 7) around 10:05 PM EDT at St. Antoine’s Nursing Home in North Smithfield, RI, i.e., between Woonsocket and Pascoag. He had just turned 96 years old on his last birthday, April 7. Everyone who knew this gentle soul was well aware how much he loved to sing his favorite song, “You are my sunshine,” and his great desire to engage you and beat you at cards.

We have decided to have a simple burial service for Cyrille as soon as it can be arranged in the Brothers cemetery at Pascoag. A more formal Memorial Mass and celebration of Cyrille’s life will be held once we are able to safely gather again.

We thank Brother Carl and the Brothers at Pascoag for handling these immediate arrangements.

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon him. May Brother Cyrille’s soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
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Rest In PeaceBrother Paul MacDonald (a.k.a., Raymond Arthur MacDonald) passed peacefully into eternal life yesterday (Friday, May 22, 2020), at 11:22 AM EDT at Overlook Nursing Home in Pascoag, RI. He was 92 years old. Paul was born in Northampton, MA, to Roland MacDonald and Yvonne Lupien on January 18, 1928. He entered community at Harrisville, RI in September 1943, and pronounced his first vows at Mont Sacré-Coeur in Granby, PQ in 1946. Paul made final profession at Mount Saint Charles in Woonsocket, RI on June 29, 1952.

Throughout his life, Paul had the opportunity to study at Montreal University (Granby), St. Michael’s College (Winooski, VT), the Rhode Island School of Design (Providence, RI), and Johnson and Wales University (Providence, RI). He spent most of his ministerial life as an elementary school teacher of the lower grades at Sacred Heart School (Andover, MA), St. Louis School (Nashua, NH), Cor Jesu Terrace (Harrisville, RI), and Sacred Heart School (Sharon, MA). Paul also taught art at Mount Saint Charles Academy (Woonsocket, RI) for several years, and he had his culinary skills put to the test as cook at Cor Jesu Terrace (Harrisville, RI) and at the Pascoag Community (Pascoag, RI). Regardless of Paul’s assignment in obedience, he radiated a joy of being in the Lord’s service and in the Lord’s presence. He clearly brought that joy to others by the large smiles he brought to the faces of all who encountered him in the classroom, in the kitchen, or at some festive parade or festival. Paul’s positive contribution to our religious community and to the extended local civic community will be sorely missed. Paul is survived by two brothers, Lionel (CT) and Jean MacDonald (FL) and a sister-in-law, Helen MacDonald. Like our other recently deceased Brothers, Paul will be buried during a simple ceremony in the next few days and a more fitting celebration of his life will take place once our CoVID-19 quarantine has lifted.

Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord, and let the perpetual light shine upon him. May Brother Paul’s soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.
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To the Class of 2020: we hope it was worth the wait! We hope you know that each and every sign was personalized just for you. We hope that you enjoyed being back on campus---even if just driving through---on what would have been your last day. We hope as you opened the bag that contained your cap and gown---you and your family felt a sense of pride and accomplishment. We hope you enjoyed seeing so many of your teachers. We hope you know that our celebration of the Class of 2020 has only just begun. We hope you know how much you are loved. ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Grandparents Day!
Thankful for all of the grandparents who are such an important part of our Mount family! Here is AJ's story!

"I don’t even know where to begin when talking about him. Pa, my grandfather on my moms side, is like a second dad to me. He’s been my best friend, my only baby sitter, and I grew up always being around him. He and my grandmother had a beach house in Maine when I was a kid and that’s where we spent every summer - so there’s a lot of memories there, too. Not only does he treat me to lunch often, but he goes to all my baseball games, and even drives me around from place to place if I need a ride somewhere. He’s meant so much to me for so long that I got a tattoo on the inside of my left bicep that says “Be Yourself” with his signature under it. Every time I talk to him that’s the last thing he tells me, and it’s been like that my whole life. Whether it be on the phone, in person, or even a text message, no matter what--- he says “just be yourself”. That’s something he’s taught me and that has stuck with me all these years."
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Those long nights studying and planning for the future were worth it! We are so proud to celebrate your service and dedication to our school and the broader community, your hard work, and your perseverance. We can't wait to see your journey continue to unfold on college campuses throughout the country.

To our Mount family and friends: keep your eyes on these Mounties....their impact on the world will be extraordinary! Thank you for supporting and encouraging them along the way.
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We continue to celebrate this week as Aidan shares his love and admiration for his grandparents. At Mount, we love to see and talk with grandparents whether it is in the stands at a game, during intermission at a play or a concert, or at our many awards ceremonies! Thank you for always being there to support and encourage your grandchildren! ... See MoreSee Less

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Those long nights studying and planning for the future were worth it! We are so proud to celebrate your service and dedication to our school and the broader community, your hard work, and your perseverance. We can't wait to see your journey continue to unfold on college campuses throughout the country.

To our Mount family and friends: keep your eyes on these Mounties....their impact on the world will be extraordinary! Thank you for supporting and encouraging them along the way.
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“Being apart, teaches us how to be together”
With tradition in mind, eight of our Mount Saint Charles graduating seniors will be showcasing their vocal talent next Friday, May 29th @ 7pm for “What the World Needs Now,” a cabaret performance. Please join us for this live Facebook event! Stay tuned for more details....
Stephanie Azar
Maggie Clarke
Ky Dakai
Ellen Dixon
Ryan Lazarus
Alexandria Manousos
Sarah Michael
Maria Smith
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Thank you to all of the grandparents who are such a big part of the lives of their grandchildren and our Mount family! Jillian Mahon shares her love for her grandparents. ... See MoreSee Less

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Christina Berry shares why she loves her grandparents so much. Thank you for being such an important part of Christina's life and our Mount family! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thomas Burke says that his grandmother, Cecile Martinelli, "always collects my newspaper articles and cuts them out for me to have and really celebrates my successes." Thank you to all of Mount's grandparents who support and encourage their grandchildren to be the best that they can be! ... See MoreSee Less

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Nolan Patrick shares what he loves about his Poppi & Nana (Rod and Fern Patrick). Thank you for all that you do for your family and for sharing Nolan with our Mount family!

Nolan says: "Nana and Poppi are wonderful grandparents. They are always there for me and our family. We have great memories celebrating Christmas, anniversaries and birthdays together. Poppi holds me accountable and Nana gives great hugs and makes great food!"
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Brad Plamondon shares why he loves his grandparents---Robert Plamondon & Sharon Sylvestre. "My grandparents are always there asking me how I'm doing with sports or school or boy scouts and I just enjoy being around them."

MSC thanks all of our Mountie grandparents for being such positive influences on the lives of our students!
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Thank you to all of our MSC grandparents. We wish we could celebrate with you in person but our appreciation for your support of your grandchildren and our Mounties is immeasurable!

Frank (MSC Class of 1965) & Fran Nadeau
Grandparents to Calin Carvalho

Calin says: "My Papa & Grandma are awesome! They have always been there for me. I love just showing up to their house and having dinner. Everything stops when my brother and I come by. They are the best!"
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Alyssa Olbrys '20 shares her love for her grandparents. Thank you to our MSC grandparents for their love & support of their grandchildren and our Mounties!

Charles & Joan Olbrys
Grandparents to Alyssa Olbrys

Alyssa says: "He would always pick me up from school when I needed it. He is at every band, dance, or school event he can go to and enjoys all of them. Also, he always makes sure I'm safe when I drive home from his house or school. She always take cares of me when I'm sick and if I ever come over we always have lunch together and she'll make me lunch and always make sure I'm safe going home."
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Another Mount senior honoring his grandparents! Thank you to our MSC family of grandparents for being such an important part of the family!

Juanita & James Cox
Grandparents to Aidan Cox
Aidan says: "My grandparents are special because they have always been there for me. They have always come to my school and sporting events and even though they now live in Florida, they still call me to say hi and to ask how things are going."
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We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!

Mary Grover
Grandmother to Megan Vanelli
Meg says: "My Grammie is special to me because she taught me how to cook, bake, and was my Confirmation sponsor. She offers so much life advice through her countless stories. My favorite stories are the ones from when she worked for an airline and traveled all over. Some of my favorite memories with my Grammie are from when my sister and I used to stay over her house on summer nights. She would take us to the Dollar Store and let us pick out a bunch of things, take us to our favorite deli, Dagg's where we would get ham salad and lemon cupcakes, and then take us to her best friend's house to swim in her pool. I will always appreciate how she always comes to my dance performances. My Grammie makes the best lasagna, blueberry muffins, pies, pea soup, chicken wings, marble heads, and biscuits with sausage gravy. Just to name a few. 😉 Ginger Ale always tastes better at her house, and she never lets me go home empty handed. I Love You Grammie! Thank you for everything."
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We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!
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We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!

Jackie Tocci
Grandmother to Jordyn Brown
Jordyn says: "My grandmother, Meme, is the most selfless and hardworking woman I have ever met. She always supports me in everything I do and has always been there to watch my third grade cello concerts and softball games in my childhood to watching my dance competition. She is one of my biggest role models and I am so blessed to be her granddaughter."
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We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!

Linnea & Louis Fisher
Grandparents to Jordan Perry
Jordan says: "My grandma has been there for me when I needed it the most and has always had love for me no matter how mad I got her. I've been my grandpa's buddy ever since I was a little kid helping rake the leaves and mow the lawn and he has always helped me get around challenging things in life and for that I thank him."
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We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!
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In case you missed it....
Here they are! Mount’s Top Ten
(in alphabetical order)

Tanvi Bhatia.
Caroline Corrigan
Isabella Felaco
Julia Kamp
Katherine O’Brien
Kathryn Rich
Aidan Turner
Nicholas Tvaroha
Allan Villatoro
Brian Zhang

We would like to extend our congratulations to the students and their supportive families on this remarkable achievement. This is just one of the MANY reasons you make us proud each and very day!
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Official Mount Saint Charles Academy

We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!
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Official Mount Saint Charles Academy

We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!
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We begin our celebration of Grandparents this week. Although we miss welcoming MSC grandparents to our campus for a special celebration and breakfast, we still want to acknowledge the essential role grandparents play in the lives of their grandchildren.

At Mount, each and every student is known, valued, treasured, and taught in partnership with their family. Thank you for being such an important part of the family!
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We are so grateful for your support of our students and our mission. The auction was a success thanks to your generosity!

We also want you to know that we recognize the difficult economic climate and appreciate the fact that you chose to channel your hard-earned money toward our students and our mission. We are working very hard on our end to ensure that Mount Saint Charles Academy remains one of the best college preparatory schools in New England!

If you missed the opportunity to bid but would like to donate to our Fund-a-Need please click here: mountsaintcharles.org/auction. The Fund-a-Need will remain open for a few days. Thank you!
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Auction closes out in just 9 hours!!! Support our students and our mission by bidding on an item or donating to our Fund-a-Need. For details: mountsaintcharles.org/auction ... See MoreSee Less

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Rest In Peace ❤️Brother Willie Morin, S.C. – Brother Willie passed peacefully into eternal life last night (Friday, May 15) around 11:00 PM EDT at St. Antoine’s Nursing Home in North Smithfield, RI, i.e., between Woonsocket and Pascoag. He turned 74 years old on his last birthday, January 28. Suffering from a serious and growing bacterial infection, Willie began to fail earlier this week.

Willie made first vows at Harrisville (Pascoag), RI, in 1963 and was a professed member of our community for almost 57 years. During his years as a Brother, he ministered as a teacher of English and religion and served as a campus minister in several schools. Willie was especially proud to serve as local community director, volunteer coordinator, as well as the secretary and medical benefits coordinator for the New England Province. For three years (1992-1995), he was honored to be selected to work as the Executive Secretary of the National Association of Religious Brothers, living and working in Chicago, IL. I will always remember the obvious smile on hihs face and the joy in his heart when Willie was in the chapel sanctuary playing his guitar or bass and helping to lead the Eucharistic music ministry.

As with other Brothers who have passed away during the pandemic, we have decided to have a simple burial service for Willie as soon as it can be arranged in the Brothers cemetery at Pascoag. A more formal Memorial Mass and celebration of Willie’s life will be held once we are able to safely gather again.
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Thank you to all those who serve or have served in the Armed Forces. We appreciate all that you do in service to our country. Tag our MSC family in the armed forces so we can thank them together! ... See MoreSee Less

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Text "MOUNT" to 71760 to bid! Mount’s annual auction — and our biggest fundraiser of the year—ends Sunday night at 9 p.m.

Please consider making a donation to our Fund-a-Need. This fund is used each year to improve Mount Saint Charles Academy for our students. In the end —- no matter the need or the focus— the goal is to continually improve and move forward. In the past we have improved science labs, created a cafe in the library, and created a student-centered school counseling suite. The 2020 Fund-a-Need will help us to provide enhanced extracurricular experiences for our students.

For more information go to: mountsaintcharles.org/auction
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The 2020 Fund-a-Need will fund experiences for all students at MSC so that when the time comes to walk the historic halls of our beloved Mount Saint Charles Academy again---this fund will be there to support experiences for our students to explore, engage, learn, and most importantly---reconnect. Donations can be made here: mountsaintcharles.org/auction

Thank you for supporting our students and our mission!
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Here they are! Mount’s Top Ten
(in alphabetical order)

Tanvi Bhatia.
Caroline Corrigan
Isabella Felaco
Julia Kamp
Katherine O’Brien
Kathryn Rich
Aidan Turner
Nicholas Tvaroha
Allan Villatoro
Brian Zhang

We would like to extend our congratulations to the students and their supportive families on this remarkable achievement. This is just one of the MANY reasons you make us proud each and very day!
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Today, as the Mount Family begins our celebration of the Class of 2020, we share with you this video of our Mistress of Ceremonies, Salutatorian, Valedictorian and their families. Stay tuned as we continue a celebration of our “Top Ten” and our beloved & resilient Class of 2020! ... See MoreSee Less

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And finally.... Mount Saint Charles Academy is pleased to announce Caroline Corrigan as our 2020 Valedictorian! ... See MoreSee Less

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Mount Saint Charles Academy is pleased to announce Julia Kamp as our 2020 Salutatorian! ... See MoreSee Less

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Mount Saint Charles Academy is pleased to announce Bella Felaco as our 2020 Mistress of Ceremonies! ... See MoreSee Less

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Join the MSC School Counseling Team Tonight!

It is with a great deal of enthusiasm that we invite you to join us for our 6 part College Planning Webinar series for Juniors and Junior parents. Each webinar in the series will offer in-depth information about a significant component of the college planning process. At the end of each webinar, parents and students can ask questions to the counseling team members. Although we’d love to see you join us for our live info sessions, webinars will be recorded and shared for easier access.

Part 4: Thursday, May 14th
Tackling the College Essay and Supplemental Writing Pieces
College Planning During a Global Pandemic

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Have you seen this Live Auction Item up for bid? Go to mountsaintcharles.org/auction for more information!

The Top of the Mount

An enjoyable evening at the Brothers residence overlooking the city. 8 people will have wine and exciting delicious treats. Hands on instruction on how to create delicious hors d’oeuvres. An evening of learning, food and fun.

Donated by Br. Alan and Br. Marty
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Please consider supporting Mount students through our annual Fund-a-Need!

For more information: mountsaintcharles.org/auction
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Our online auction is in full-swing, and that means our Fund-a-Need. What's Fund-a-Need and what does it mean for Mount students? Check out the video here - President Alan Tenreiro explains it perfectly. It's only two minutes long, but it's a great cause to spend two minutes on!

In a nutshell, Fund-a-Need is all about creating more opportunities for our students. To take part in the auction and donate to Mount's 2020 Fund-a-Need, visit www.mountsaintcharles.org/auction
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Please take two minutes to watch this video!

While we know that our annual auction is always a fun event---in-person or now even virtually---we also know that Mount's Annual Fund-a-Need is what impacts Mount students most directly.

Curious about this year's Fund-a-Need? Watch this video of President Tenreiro explaining our focus for this year.
Click here to watch: bit.ly/MSC_Fund_a_need

Click here to donate directly to Mount's 2020 Fund-a-Need: www.mountsaintcharles.org/2020/03/09/auction-gala-2020/
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Join the MSC School Counseling Team Tonight!

Tuesday, May 12th
How to “Shop” for a College
College Planning During a Global Pandemic

Part 3 of our college planning webinar series is tonight! Each webinar in the series will offer in-depth information about a significant component of the college planning process. At the end of each webinar, parents and students can ask questions to the counseling team members. Although we’d love to see you join us for our live info sessions, webinars will be recorded and shared for easier access.

Join Zoom Meeting: us04web.zoom.us/j/76890116783...

The same meeting link will be used throughout the webinar. A daily reminder will be emailed to students and parents. Please mute your microphone upon entering the webinar. All webinars will be recorded.
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Join the MSC School Counseling Team Tonight!

Tuesday, May 12th
How to “Shop” for a College
College Planning During a Global Pandemic

Part 3 of our college planning webinar series is tonight! Each webinar in the series will offer in-depth information about a significant component of the college planning process. At the end of each webinar, parents and students can ask questions to the counseling team members. Although we’d love to see you join us for our live info sessions, webinars will be recorded and shared for easier access.

Join Zoom Meeting: us04web.zoom.us/j/76890116783

The same meeting link will be used throughout the webinar. A daily reminder will be emailed to students and parents. Please mute your microphone upon entering the webinar. All webinars will be recorded.
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We will be posting a picture of graduating seniors highlighting their post high school choice. Please send Mrs. Polseno (polsenok@mtstcharles.org) an email with a picture of you wearing college gear, or holding a sign, etc. indicating your choice. Put College Spirit Day in the subject line of the email please. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just because it's Online Auction Week---Mount's biggest annual fundraiser--- and we are doing all we can to support our students and our mission doesn't mean that we forget about our MSC family on the front lines! This hero is currently a junior at Mount Saint Charles Academy.

Jenna Bushika '21

From Jenna's family:
"Jenna has been working for over a year at a Woonsocket nursing home. She continues to work her shifts during this pandemic. It is a scary time for all teenagers on the front lines.
We pray that God blesses her and keeps her safe. We are so proud of her!"

Your Mount family is proud of you too, Jenna!
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Text "MOUNT" to 71760 to bid! Auction ends Sunday night at 9 p.m.

For more information go to: mountsaintcharles.org/auction
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Another Live Auction Item up for bid! Visit mountsaintcharles.org/auction for more information!

Auction ends Sunday, May 17th at 9 p.m.
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Welcome to Mount’s Online Auction! Thank you for your continued support of our students & our mission. If you have attended the auction before, you know that one of the highlights of the night is seeing people you haven’t seen in awhile or running into MSC teachers and classmates. While we could never really replicate that same excitement here on Facebook, we kicked off our video with messages from some very special members of the Mount community. Thank you again for supporting the students of Mount Saint Charles Academy---after all ---they are what this night is all about! ... See MoreSee Less

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Want to win games? If it's baseball or hockey, you generally should find your way onto this guy's team. Catch up with @MSCAthletics standout Trey Bourque.
https://www.providencejournal.com/sports/20200604/catching-titles-mount-st-charles-senior-backstop-trey-bourque-has-been-winner-on-baseball-diamond-since-2014-little-league-postseason

The following MS students were selected as Students of the Month for May. Teachers were asked to nominate a student who brings joy to their peers and others.

8th grade Bella Stanzione, 7th grade Gia Conte, and 6th grade Declan Moran

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The following HS students were selected as Students of the Month for May. Teachers were asked to nominate a student who brings joy to their peers and others.

12 th grade Andie Brothers
11th grade Sean Trottier
10th grade Anden Jollie
9th grade Christina Schoumaker

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In Catholic tradition, June is devoted to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, a symbol that speaks of God’s unabashed love for his children. As we struggle now with the triple threat of disease, racism, and violence - we should find comfort knowing that Jesus loves us, all of us, always.

Adelard Arena Advertising Opportunity!
Promote your business in the most visited arena in RI! In addition to the exposure your company will gain, you will get the satisfaction of knowing your donation supports on-and off-ice programming at MSC. Interested?https://bit.ly/MSC_ARENA

Save the Date
A special night time campus drive through event is planned for the entire Mount family on June 7th from 8pm-11pm. Be on the lookout for an invitation with details about this special event.

Emily Kennedy, @LHSRI
Tyron Francis, Middletown High School
Emily Graham, @MtStCharles
Sloan Simpson, @mthopehs
Ryan Lonkart, @NSS_K12
Ryan Duarte, NEL/CPS Construction
Nicholas Barrow, @nprovschools
Ebony Price, @PCTAProvidence

DONE! The 6th Graders @MtStCharles came up with "The Class of 2026 MOUNTIE MAYhem PUSH-UP CHALLENGE" which set a goal of 20,026 push-ups by the end of the month! To date they have hit 34,454 push-ups with a week to Go! Of course! #paraMOUNT #MSCwellness

Please join us. Facebook premiere tonight at 7 pm! Or go to Mount’s website: https://www.mountsaintcharles.org/spring-celebrations/ to watch and listen!
With tradition in mind, 8 of our graduating seniors will be showcasing their vocal talent for “What the World Needs Now,” a cabaret performance.

https://www.woonsocketcall.com/sports/for-years-mount-st-charles-hockey-players-placed-their-trust-in-mike-macchioni-now-his/article_c0b00508-9d34-11ea-8f20-2f15c85865fa.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share

Miss Luther’s HS chorus students had a guest speaker today, Mikayla Beaulieu (MT-BC, Board Certified Music Therapist). She spoke about her training at Berklee College of Music, and her work now in San Francisco, CA in hospice care. She also took the time to answer questions.

Mount postpones graduation to summer https://www.valleybreeze.com/2020-05-27/woonsocket-north-smithfield/mount-postpones-graduation-summer#.Xs_hlWjYo2w

Mount’s top students look to the future

https://www.valleybreeze.com/2020-05-27/woonsocket-north-smithfield/mount-s-top-students-look-future#.Xs_hFGjYo2w

Take a break from your day to enjoy this beautiful video Mrs. Hogue created to honor her senior art students. At Mount every student is known, valued, and treasured. That isn’t a slogan and it’s more than a mission. It’s a family. It’s real.

https://spark.adobe.com/video/X75MrFQobIbh9

6th grade students were treated to a special visitor today, Dr. Rutherford, from Roger Williams University. The discussion was around minerals, rocks and fossils. Dr. Rutherford Rocks! @MtStCharles

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MSC sixth grade students had a special visitor today—Dr Rutherford from Roger Williams University. The discussion was on minerals, rocks and fossils. It rocked!

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Mount Saint Charles Academy launches strategic task force
to plan safe reopening for students, families, faculty and staff https://bit.ly/MSC_Fall

Mount’s Burke Goes Out on Top! https://www.woonsocketcall.com/sports/senior-salute-mounts-burke-goes-out-on-top/article_6484ab4a-a03a-11ea-80c0-57f4697f57a4.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share

MSC Senior Cabaret 2020 http://youtu.be/H0u1DQLQde4 via @YouTube @mtstcharles seniors join together for their final performance. “What the World Needs Now” premiers on Friday at 7pm - check it out!

Last spring, Tommy Burke channeled his inner Derek Lowe as @baseball_ms captured the #RIIL D2 title. Next year, he hopes to take the mound at Assumption College.

The latest in our Senior Salute series:
@TBurke117 @MSCAthletics @MtStCharles
https://www.woonsocketcall.com/sports/senior-salute-mounts-burke-goes-out-on-top/article_6484ab4a-a03a-11ea-80c0-57f4697f57a4.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share

Please return your MSC library books on your scheduled locker clean out day! There is a bin outside of the main office for the books! Thank you!

Our end of the year banquet was this evening (virtual of course). We delivered senior banquet kits to our seniors, making the best of our current situation. To our seniors, it’s not goodbye it’s “I’ll see you later” ❤️💙 https://youtu.be/cTlFYxIIzJY

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MAC ATTACK
For years, Mount St. Charles hockey players placed their trust in Mike Macchioni. Now, his strength & conditioning methods are available to anyone who puts on a Mountie uniform. @MSCAthletics @MtStCharles @Mountboyshockey @RISaintMsHockey https://www.woonsocketcall.com/sports/for-years-mount-st-charles-hockey-players-placed-their-trust-in-mike-macchioni-now-his/article_c0b00508-9d34-11ea-8f20-2f15c85865fa.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter&utm_campaign=user-share

Congratulations to our Seniors & Class of 2020, 4,7,8,9,12,13,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,25,27,31 on your impending graduation from @MtStCharles & @RISaintMsHockey program. A heartbreaking and disappointing end to your time with us due to COVID-19 but that certainly doesn’t...

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@jbeauv @MtStCharles Amazing job @MtStCharles for making all of the seniors feel so special! Always going above and beyond for the students and that’s what makes the Mount community so special!

Mount Saint Charles Academy modifies and
reschedules commencement events to July 27-Aug. 2. Read full story here: https://bit.ly/grad_week_MSC

No words ...just tears today.... lots of them. This last day of TC hit me much harder than I thought it would. To the colleges where these young women are headed: you hit the jackpot just like I did as their teacher counselor. 💕

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You did it... your classes are complete! I could not be more proud of the senior class @MtStCharles. Your resilience and perseverance have gotten you to this point #MSCseniorstrong #MOUNTpride

Today we celebrate your hard work and perseverance! #collegesigningday Nicholas Tvaroha Champlain College Burlingon VT

Ep. 7 — @TBurke117

A three-sport athlete and senior @MtStCharles joins the #IVTheLoveOfSports pod to discuss:

—senior year in quarantine
—his college decision
—his athletic career at Mount

Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/iv-the-love-of-sports/id1507807881
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/episode/6bjVZNn13PzO9xi0SamCj9?si=y2KsUbO2TSmWKytYSVtRAg

Please vote for Mount below @coachcreamer12 @LoiselleAgency @BOSHUSProvince @stella_noecker @mrguev_msc @MatthewMerten @campy51 @RickLaBreche @thebeardogz @mscbestbuddies @k_grilli @TBurke117

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