Mount Saint Charles Responds to the COVID-19 outbreak

In 2019-2020, the Mount family continued to learn with at-home, online classrooms, spiritual development, and social and emotional support

In 2021-2022, Mount will be back in classrooms and on campus!

 

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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. We look forward to returning to FULL IN-PERSON LEARNING in 2021-2022!

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 adhered to the Mount Saint Charles mission. Learning from the past has helped us to solidify best teaching practices as we prepare to return to full in person this year. Mount feels strongly that learning is a social process and that our school community is integral to our success. 

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 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 – Lessons from the past

Our students continued their education without missing a beat,  via both face-to-face online instruction and independent learning tasks and assignments. Mount students started 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 were 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 were 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. 

Every single day that students learned counted as a school day, and count toward graduation requirements.

Mobilizing Students to Help

Mount students are no strangers to giving back, and they 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. These services will continue into the future. 

Administrators, Teachers, and Staff Are Connected

We stayed connected in similar ways to the way we would under normal circumstances. Our faculty meet-ups moved online, and we will continue with remote office hours. We will continue the connections we have with administrators and teachers across the state, sharing  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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Faculty Chaperones for the first province student mission experience since COVID. This was Mission Trip #7. Students and adult volunteers from 9 of the 11 province schools worked on reconstruction projects in the Thibodaux, LA. area in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida. Missing in photo were Brothers Clifford King and Michael MIgacz. The primary coordinator was Scott Losavio of Catholic High, Baton Rouge. The group was hosted this year by E.D. White HS. Next summer Mount St. Charles will be the host. ... See MoreSee Less
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Mount Saint Charles students gathered with students from the Brothers of the Sacred Heart schools in the US Province in Houma, Louisiana for a Province wide service experience...they were God's hands at work for those recovering from Hurricane Ida. Thank you to Catherine and Jeffrey Breault for giving our students this amazing opportunity. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Excelsior Award is presented in recognition of good leadership and participation in extracurricular activities, for showing good human relations, excellence in academics, and for working jointly on projects of common interest. This year the recipient was Zachary Aben! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Ametur Cor Jesu Award is presented to a graduating senior who has exemplified the Catholic mission and identity of Mount Saint Charles Academy, as well as the charism of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart and their motto to love the heart of Jesus. The recipient demonstrated an exemplary moral character, and service to the community. This year the recipient of this award was Madison Cerda! ... See MoreSee Less
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The All Mountie Award is an award given to a student who is of high academic achievement, has participated in at least one interscholastic sport, has significantly participated in extracurricular activities, as well as displayed strong leadership qualities throughout their time at Mount Saint Charles. This year, our 2022 recipient was Alexander Gasbarro! ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to former students Jake Furlong and Kenny Connors on their selection in this year's NHL draft! Jake was drafted by the San Jose Sharks and Kenny was drafted by the L.A. Kings. ... See MoreSee Less
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Our Class of 2022 was accepted to 158 colleges and universities AND 15 of our students will be playing junior hockey next year! So proud of our Mounties! ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to Class of 2022 Mount graduate Cam O'Neill on his selection in this year's NHL draft by the Ottawa Senators! ... See MoreSee Less
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Our Class of 2022 Mounties deserve a round of applause for collectively earning over 22 million in scholarship funds! Congratulations Class of 2022! ... See MoreSee Less
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Be Part of the Tradition … make your gift to The FUND for MOUNT as we continue to educate students who are well-rounded, faith-filled, self-disciplined, compassionate and academically prepared for life in the tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart.www.mountsaintcharles.org/annual-fund/ ... See MoreSee Less
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YOUNG ALUMNI … we are asking you to participate in this year’s annual giving on this last day of our fiscal year with a donation to The FUND for MOUNT! Honor your Mount education with a $5 or $10 gift using Venmo. @MtStCharles – put your full name and class year in the notes! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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45 new and returning students enjoyed a fun night on the Mount at the first Summer Welcome event! All Mounties - mark your calendars for an Open gym night on July 15th at 7pm. ... See MoreSee Less
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Mount’s unique Sue La Glacé Figure Skating program has grown into something very special. Next year the program will add a Debut program to our robust Elite program. Interested contact dinardos@mtstcharles.org and view the website here: www.mountsaintcharles.org/sur-la-glace-figure-skating-program/Here are some accomplishments:USFS High School team the “Northern Mounties” participated in 3 in-person competitions, placing third in the Seacoast Challenge, third in the Ocean State Challenge, and second in the Seashore State Challenge.Several of these skaters also participated in the USFS Cyber Challenge, which was a combination of two virtual events - placed 5th overall out of over 30 teams.We hosted our first USFS event here at Mount! In December we had the opportunity to have the one and only Jordan Cowan from On Ice Perspectives in to film our skaters right here at MountWe participated in the annual Providence Tree Lighting show, alongside such skaters as Gracie Gold and Nancy KerriganWe had several guest teachers this year, for pilates and contemporary danceWe also had two of our skaters compete in high level synchronized skating competitions this winter, and seven of our skaters will travel to Kansas to compete with Ocean State Ice TheatreTwo skaters, Sasha Streeter and Caelan Hurley earned a special distinction this year, earning US Figure Skating Gold Medals. This means that they completed all of the tests from Pre-Preliminary through Senior in their respective disciplines.To see individual accomplishments click here: docs.google.com/document/d/1mjRNCVedAuTGG3LChIB-EFbQ94nB6ZyE21PfIBtKPHU/edit?usp=sharing ... See MoreSee Less
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Summer means updating championship athletic banners in the gym. We had a number of them - congratulations again to all of these teams!Middle School Tennis CALMiddle School Girls BasketballMiddle School Tennis for RIPCOABoys Tennis Boys Lacrosse Boys VolleyballMiddle School Hockey Regular Season ChampsMr. Hammerschmidt and Mr. Leveille pictured. ... See MoreSee Less
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ONCE a MOUNTIE, ALWAYS a MOUNTIE! Honor your Mount education and memories with a gift to The FUND for MOUNT! Every gift is important as we continue our tradition of preparing young men and women to enter the world as well-rounded, academically prepared global citizens.www.mountsaintcharles.org/annual-fund/ ... See MoreSee Less
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ONCE a MOUNTIE, ALWAYS a MOUNTIE! Honor your Mount education with a gift using Venmo. @MtStCharles – put your full name and class year in the notes! Every gift counts! ... See MoreSee Less
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Last days of our 21-22 school year to support The FUND for MOUNT … Your support is vital to keeping alive our tradition of educating students who are well-rounded, faith-filled, self-disciplined, compassionate and academically prepared for life. ... See MoreSee Less
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Marykate is a true leader in so many ways! Such an honor for the culmination of her Girl Scout experience to be the preservation of our school’s history!Congratulations to Marykate Tillinghast on earning the Girl Scout Gold Award—the highest achievement in Girl Scouting!What is your project about?My project addressed the issue of preserving the history at my school through making QR codes on plaques. Because I collected videos from current members of the school, it ensures that the memories and stories of my school will be preserved for future generations.Why is your project important to you?Throughout my Gold Award, my leadership skills were challenged throughout all these obstacles, and I was forced to grow. I grew in knowledge, understanding and patience. I gained knowledge about time management, organization, and production of a website. I gained experience in these areas that will help me be a more successful woman. It will also help me in the future because I am pursuing a competitive field in college.#BecauseofGirlScouts #gsGoldAward #maketheworldabetterplace #gssne ... See MoreSee Less
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Be Part of the Tradition … make your gift to The FUND for MOUNT as we continue to educate students who are well-rounded, faith-filled, self-disciplined, compassionate and academically prepared for life in the tradition of the Brothers of the Sacred Heart.www.mountsaintcharles.org/annual-fund/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to the hardworking Middle School students who have achieved honor roll status! docs.google.com/document/d/1gpeb_ZkeJuYSwpdrObfOGMTRvyRLLB3_HHb7SOfgkJ8/edit ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to all of our High School Honor Roll students. Your hard work and dedication are commended. docs.google.com/document/d/146BgutLl2z99xytT0P8M8_GYZLvNN13IZ7ItW_thA4k/edit ... See MoreSee Less
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YOUNG ALUMNI … we are asking you to participate in this year’s annual giving with a donation to The FUND for MOUNT! Honor your Mount education with a $5 or $10 gift using Venmo. @MtStCharles – put your full name and class year in the notes! Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to our honor roll students in grade 10! ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Feast Day to all Brothers of the Sacred Heart. God Bless your 200 year old charism and legacy. ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to our grade 9 students who made the honor roll! We will be sharing our honor roll list for grades 10-12 soon! ... See MoreSee Less
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Make Your Gift Today … the FUND for MOUNT supports the tradition of educating students who are well-rounded, faith-filled, self-disciplined, compassionate and academically prepared for life.Make you gift at www.mountsaintcharles.org/annual-fund/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to Norm Parenteau, Class of '72, for his transformative $25,500 gift to purchase equipment for the Fine Arts Department! This generous gift will have a positive impact on the audio needs of the entire school as well as the Bell Tower Theater.He was a music executive in Nashville for over 27 years running Slipshod Management and has worked with clients such as Alison Krauss, Parker Millsap, The Felice Brothers and Old Crow Medicine Show who has the multi-platinum hit “Wagon Wheel”.Photos show him with Marc Blanchette, Brian Rowe and Emily Luther, and Alan Tenreiro presenting Mr. Parenteau with his 50th Reunion diploma from the class of 1972 and his Royal Mountie pin. ... See MoreSee Less
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The MSC faculty and staff gathered today to celebrate the end of a successful school year. ... See MoreSee Less
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It's the Last Day! ... See MoreSee Less
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Hilltopper last meeting …. Madigan clicked publish for the last time this year! Check out the final 22-23 edition of the Hilltopper here: mountsaintcharleshilltopper.weebly.com/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Spring celebrations abound at MSC! Congratulations to the many award recipients and to our 8th graders moving into high school next year! ... See MoreSee Less
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To the class of 2022: now is your time to chase your dreams as you will undoubtedly continue to make us proud. Best of luck and remember to come back home to Mount to visit! ... See MoreSee Less
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Images from the 2022 Mount Saint Charles Academy Graduation Exercises. It was a beautiful day! ... See MoreSee Less
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Here we go MSC Class of 2022! ❤️💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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Celebrating the tradition of Mount with the Class of 1972 this morning and ready to celebrate the legacy with the Class of 2022 later today. ... See MoreSee Less
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FINAL, RIIL Division II Boys Volleyball Championship: Mt. St. Charles/North Smithfield Co-op 3, Westerly 2 (22-25, 25-22, 25-17, 22-25, 15-8) ... See MoreSee Less
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Voting is open for the ProJo Readers Choice contest from 6/10-6/24 and Mount is nominated for Best Private High School! Let's go!providencejournal.gannettcontests.com/2022-Readers-Choice/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to Olivia Marcoux '24 who was recently nominated to apply for the National Youth Advisory Council. The National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM) is a national organization comprised of dioceses, youth ministers, and ministry organizations from all fifty states. NFCYM’s goal is to support and strengthen those who accompany young people as they encounter and follow Jesus Christ. The National Youth Advisory Council will include high school youth from across the United States. As part of the council, Olivia will share her own experience and speak on behalf of other young people to help shape NFCYM initiatives. As part of the Youth Advisory Council Olivia will: -need to be available to gather monthly online for meetings (approximately 2 hours) that include prayer, leadership formation, and discussion. -be asked to participate in the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) each year. -commit to a 2 year term beginning in August of 2022 -be committed to growing in an ongoing relationship with Jesus Christ and His Church. This nomination comes as no surprise to your Mount Family, Olivia! Well done! ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC Athletic Hall of FameKirsten Lawrence '92 ... See MoreSee Less
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Michael Boddy earned 117 Merit Badges and the rank of Eagle Scout. Michael renovated and remodeled an elementary school garden. The project included installing all-new planting beds (ground level, standing height, and raised for wheelchairs), a new drainage system to alleviate flooding and increase the number of “usable days” each year, and finally installing a hard-packed ground covering for easy movement and wheelchair access. Although difficult, the work completed has enabled greater accessibility for a wider range of students to a unique, but fundamental part of their educational experience. ... See MoreSee Less
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The championships just keep coming!!!!The Mount Saint Charles Middle School Tennis Team is the 2022 RIPCOA Tennis State Champion! ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to Andy Belvin and Reyhan Kamal for winning the Middle School RIPCOA Doubles Tennis Tournament. Your Mount Family is so proud of you both for this amazing achievemnt! #MountPride ... See MoreSee Less
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Brother Marty recently refurbished a Sacred Heart statue from All Saints Church. It will be located by the window in the athletic hall of excellence near the nurses office. Thank you to Brother Marty for this beautiful donation to our school community. ❤️💙 ... See MoreSee Less
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Deacon Anthony Gagliani, acting Chaplain of Mount Saint Charles Academy was asked to lead the invocation at the EAGLE SCOUT CEREMONY for two recent Mount grads: Michael Tenreiro and Michael Pereira. A true milestone in the lives of these young men. Deacon Tony says, "This day is a day of celebration and accomplishment. Michael Tenreiro and Michael Pereira have walked down the path and navigated the trail that brings them to this Eagle Court of Honor. We are most grateful for the sense of commitment each of these young men have demonstrated. We are proud that they, too, have taken seriously the responsibilities and obligations of scouting. Likewise, we are mindful of the strength and effort required for young persons to arrive at this special moment."Congratulations! Your Mount Family is very proud of this most honorable achievement! ... See MoreSee Less
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As the school year comes to an end we are celebrating our Sur la Glace skaters for their accomplishments this spring! First up is seventh grader Emma MacCartney. Emma has had a great start to the competition season. Two weeks ago she won the silver medal in Juvenile Plus Girls Excel at the North Shore Open. 🥈 This past weekend she competed at the Colonial Open with a clean skate and a personal best. She also passed her Juvenile Free Skate test!Congrats to Emma and her coaches, Marissa and Lori, on a wonderful few weeks!!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC would like to thank Bob Robitaille for organizing this incredible opportunity for the local youth hockey community - Hockey Camp with the National Champs! It was led by the U18 National Championship team and coaches. Check out the amazing feedback below: "I wanted to thank Coach Plante and the young men that led the hockey camp today. The players demonstrated just how well they are trained and educated at Mount. ""Not sure if the young men of @RISaintMsHockey understand how valuable their clinic was 4 these kids. Thanks & congratulations on your championship. Continued success" ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC Athletic Hall of FameJordan McComb '15 ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosCongratulations to Mt. St. Charles! ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosFINAL, RIIL Division II Boys Tennis Championship: Mt. St. Charles Academy 4, Smithfield 0📸CREDIT: Ryan Medeiros ... See MoreSee Less
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Oh, what a night!After several years of virtual events, we had an enchanted evening together in celebration during the annual auction. We reconnected and raised some money. More importantly, the support we saw for our Mount community was strong and true. The effort was led by David Goryl, '91 and auctioneer Jack Martone. The success is attributed to all our sponsors, donors, volunteers and guests who gave time, talent and treasure to show their Mount Pride!Thank you for your support! ... See MoreSee Less
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Senior Breakfast 2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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Mount is proud to announce that Ethan Fadden has qualified for 1500 in the State Track and Field event held Saturday at Brown University. Ethan also was named to the All Division and All Class teams and is currently ranked 48th in the country for sophomores in the 1500. #MountPride ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC Athletic Hall of FameJessica Lawrence '95 ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC is proud to announce that Emmy Belvin has qualified for 4 events in the State Track and Field event held Saturday at Brown University. Emmy also was named to the All Division and All Class teams. #MountPride ... See MoreSee Less
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BEST OF LUCK to the Boys Varsity Tennis Team and also our Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team.Both will be playing for the State Championship this Saturday! Tennis is at 2pm at Brown University and Lacrosse is at 4pm at Cranston Stadium. ... See MoreSee Less
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Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea has honored Mount Juniors Morgan Marcos and Nicholas Rave with the 2022 Rhode Island Civic Leadership Award. The award is given annually to recognize high school students who have made outstanding contributions to their schools and communities over the past year.The Civic Leadership Awards were presented to students during a ceremony at the Rhode Island State House on Friday, May 13th, 2022. “This year’s Civic Leadership Awards were a terrific opportunity to recognize Rhode Island’s young leaders,” said Secretary Gorbea. “Their spirit of civic engagement and demonstrated leadership are more proof that the future of our state is bright indeed. Keep up the great work!” The Civic Leadership Awards are part of Secretary Gorbea’s mission to engage and empower Rhode Islanders by connecting them with their government and encouraging civic pride. Each year, high schools across Rhode Island are invited to nominate two students in the junior class who best meet the ideals of the Civic Leadership Award: public service, leadership ability, and academic achievement. This year, Secretary Gorbea received nominations from 70 schools across the state. Congratulations to all of this year’s award winners and especially to our Mounties--Morgan and Nick! ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC is proud to announce the Students of the Month for the month of May:Grade 6: Abigail Saltzman Grade 7: Ella RataicGrade 8: Mia RoccoGrade 9: Jay TenreiroGrade 10: Olivia Marcoux Grade 11: Amanda MasseGrade 12: Joey Peters ... See MoreSee Less
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2022 MSC Athletic Hall of FameFrank Fede '93 ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2022Ed Lee '80 ... See MoreSee Less
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Class of 2022: Make your FIRST gift to your alma mater before you graduate! ... See MoreSee Less
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Once a Mountie…. Always a Mountie!“Ally Goralski class of 2014, graduated from New England College of Optometry! She is now Dr Goralski. My husband and I believe that her amazing experience at Mount gave her the push she needed to succeed through the program at Ithaca and then New England College of Optometry.”Congratulations to Dr. Goralski from your Mount family! 💙❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC Middle School Band performs in Boston! ... See MoreSee Less
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The MSC middle school band performed in Boston on Thursday. They performed at Quincy Marketplace and were even able to see the Boston Pops play the Harry Potter score! What an incredible experience for our students. 💙❤️🎶🎼🎵 ... See MoreSee Less
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Mount Day 2022! The weather was beautiful and the day was just perfect in every way. ... See MoreSee Less
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💙❤️ MSC traditions! ... See MoreSee Less
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How was your very first Mount Day? ... See MoreSee Less
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Seniors win!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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Musical Chairs is no joke at MSC! ❤️💙 Mount Day 2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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Team Elite kicks off Mount Day 2022! ... See MoreSee Less
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MSC ❤️’s our Mountie Grandparents! Thanks for all of your wisdom, advice, unconditional love and….the cookies. ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, at our Ascension Thursday Mass, we were joined by some very special guests as our seniors invited their Grandparents to Mass and a breakfast in honor of the special bond between children and their grandparents. President Tenreirio spoke of that special bond saying, "grandparents provide us with unconditional love and support. They always seem to know exactly what we need---whether it's that shoulder to cry on or whether it's that cookie out of the jar when mom and dad weren't looking. It's this unique position in our lives --that of a caretaker, a mentor, and sometimes a co-conspirator---that makes our grandparents so special."We would also like to congratulate the following students who made their Confirmation at today's Mass:Michael CalabretLuke DowMarcus SenerchiaDaniel PrazmaDallas Potter ... See MoreSee Less
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Pictures from our Top 11 Breakfast yesterday. Congratulations to our students and their families for such an amazing achievement! ... See MoreSee Less
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Check out student athlete & SLA President Alex Gasbarro '22 twitter.com/JohnDePetroshow/status/1529603721306546181?s=20&t=Fa0h4fZOJgo3ySCv_g4n_w ... See MoreSee Less
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Introducing Mount's Top 11! This year two students tied for one of the top ten spots so we celebrate the Top 11. Zachary AbenTerran AlbergoMcGovernOlivia AntonelliAryan BhadouriaMichael BoddyAbigail ChampagneKarissa CiulloBrian GilesAmish JariwalaChau LeRafael Yacoub ... See MoreSee Less
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Cam O'Neill and Jake Furlong were teammates on the @RISaintMsHockey first U15 team in 2019-20, Friday afternoon their hockey journey came full circle when they were selected in the fifth round of the NHL Draft. Also words on 4th-round pick Kenny Connors.
https://www.woonsocketcall.com/sports/mount-s-o-neill-drafted-in-5th-round/article_471378b2-016c-11ed-a2aa-cb2a96ca88d3.html

I always get energized when I’m learning with and from fellow educators. Looking for an interactive professional development opportunity? Check out what edcampRI is offering on Tuesday, August 2nd

EdCampRI is Back!

EdcampRI will take place on August 2nd from 8:30-1pm
Registration is $20 per teacher
Register at http://bit.ly/EDCAMPRI
A light lunch will be provided
Please email edcampri2022@gmail.com with questions.

EdCampRI is back!! Clear your calendar for August 2nd and join us to connect, collaborate and re-energize! Spread the word and register now!#edchatri https://bit.ly/EDCAMPRI22

Girls Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) is thrilled to announce a new scholarship opportunity for an entering 6th grade Girl Scout to @MtStCharles!

Learn more about the scholarship and apply: https://www.gssne.org/en/our-council/news/2022/exclusive_scholarshi.html

Hilltopper last meeting …. Madigan clicked publish for the last time this year !
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Voting is open for the ProJo Readers Choice contest from 6/10-6/24 and Mount is nominated for Best Private High School! Let's go! https://providencejournal.gannettcontests.com/2022-Readers-Choice/gallery?group=423403

To the class of 2022: now is your time to chase your dreams as you will undoubtedly continue to make us proud. Best of luck and remember to come back home to Mount to visit!

IMPORTANT! Tickets for the boys state championships can only be purchased online. Come support your boys! https://gofan.co/app/events/611329?schoolId=RIIL @MSCAthletics @MountMob @TheRealMountMob @NSGreenGold @LadyNorthmen_VB @MtStCharles

Congrats to Olivia Marcoux '24 who was nominated to apply for the Nat'l Youth Advisory Council.The council will include HS youth from across the US. As part of the council,Olivia will share her experience &speak on behalf of other young people to help shape NFCYM initiatives.

MSC/NS on to the finals with a 3-0 win over Pilgrim. Great team effort in the win. Finals will be 2pm on Saturday 6/11 at R.I. College. Come support the boys. #LND #together @MSCAthletics @MountMob @NSGreenGold @MtStCharles @LadyNorthmen_VB @Branden_Mello @EricBen24 @EricRueb

Northmen Mounties volleyball with a 3-0 win over Pilgrim in the semifinals to advance to the State Championship this Saturday at 2pm at Rhode Island College
@MtStCharles @nshsnorthmen

This year we had 4 senior art students eligible to leave their legacy by painting a ceiling tile inspired by their favorite artist or book cover (works in progress) Can you guess the artist? ❤️🎨 @MtStCharles @riarteducator

Nick L. (LEFT) put's his shot in the bucket from 100 yards out to win a $10.00 gift card to DD. The second "hole-in-one" winner in 2 days after none in the first 7 years @MtStCharles! #paraMOUNT #MSCwellness

Northmen/Mounties boys volleyball playoff game this Thursday, 5pm, at North Smithfield High School! Come cheer them on!!! Let’s Gooooooooo!!!!! @MSCAthletics @MtStCharles @NSGreenGold

The championships just keep coming!!!!
The Mount Saint Charles Middle School Tennis Team is the 2022 RIPCOA Tennis State Champion!

Congratulations to Andy Belvin and Reyhan Kamal for winning the Middle School RIPCOA Doubles Tennis Tournament. Your Mount Family is so proud of you both for this amazing achievemnt! #MountPride

Brother Marty recently refurbished a Sacred Heart statue from All Saints Church. It will be located by the window in the athletic hall of excellence near the nurses office. Thank you to Brother Marty for this beautiful donation to our school community. ❤️💙

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MSC would like to thank Bob Robitaille for organizing this incredible opportunity for the local youth hockey community - Hockey Camp with the National Champs! It was led by the U18 National Championship team and coaches.

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.@ABC6: Mount Saint Charles Wins Back to Back Division II Championships

@MSCAthletics @MSC_Channel @MtStCharles

📹: @montanerf7314

https://www.abc6.com/mount-saint-charles-wins-back-to-back-division-ii-championships/

.@ABC6: Mount Seals Undefeated Season with D-II Championship

@MSCAthletics @MSC_Channel @MtStCharles

📹: @RRyanmedeiros

https://www.abc6.com/mount-seals-undefeated-season-with-d-ii-championship/

After several years of virtual events, we had an enchanted evening together in celebration during the annual auction. We reconnected and raised some money. The effort was led by David Goryl, '92 and auctioneer Jack Martone.

Thank you for your support!

@MSC_Boys_LaX Take on Cumberland Sat. 6/4 at 4pm Cranston Stadium for RI D2 Championship. Online Tickets only https://gofan.co/app/school/RIIL @MSCAthletics #SmartDifferentFun Go Mount!

Congratulations to the ⁦@MtStCharles⁩ Saint Class of 2022 Val, Sal and MC, announced this week. Read all about it in today’s ⁦@WoonsocketCall⁩ and ⁦@Pawtucket_Times⁩ with story by ⁦@JNad75⁩ https://www.facebook.com/100001902205535/posts/pfbid0JABsoKXgiwCgikH2KjXr4XEiDsaxEXRENZt2emWXCjyL5guzNZFnTTMw3zBgZkW2l/?d=n