Catholic Schools of Brevard County

July 21, 2018

Brevard Catholic Schools Host Can-gineering Food Drive

BCS Can Food Drive LogoBrevard Catholic Schools is hosting a Can-gineering Food Drive Festival on April 12, 2014, 4-10 PM.  At the Can-gineering event our Catholic school students will build canned food sculptures from donated canned foods received from our nine Catholic schools and parishes throughout Brevard.  The canned food sculptures are designed around the theme of: Catholic Schools—Serving our community.  Engineering our Future.

The Festival will be located on the site of Melbourne Central Catholic High School’s Stadium and will feature live entertainment from nine Catholic Schools and local musical groups and bands. Many student activities and organized sports will take place.  A variety of delicious food and cuisine will be available through area restaurants and food vendors. At the end of the evening, the unique and innovative canned food designs will be deconstructed and transported to Catholic Charities and parishes’ food pantries in need throughout Brevard County.

These food pantries throughout Brevard are experiencing severe deficits of donated food supplies.  Today, over 16% of Brevard’s residents are food insecure which means that they have to choose between buying food or paying bills.  The need to restock our food pantries is critical, but you can help us make a difference.

How Can You Help?

You are invited to sponsor and/or attend the First Annual Brevard Catholic Schools Can-gineering Food Drive Festival.  Or you can help by making a canned food or monetary donation beginning March 1st – April 11 and bring your donation to your nearest Catholic School office. For a list of our Catholic schools, visit http://brevardcatholicschools.org//our-schools/   Canned/boxed food and monetary donations will directly supply our Catholic Charities and parishes’ food pantries throughout Brevard so food insecure residents, regardless of their religious, social, or economic background, will have their food needs met.

Why Become a Sponsor?

  • Enhance your organization’s position as a community leader by supporting Catholic Charities and parishes’ food pantry initiatives to feed the hungry.
  • The Can-gineering festival is expected to draw over 500 people. Use this opportunity to market your products and services at the event with signage, giveaways, and advertisements.
  • Gain exposure through our website, social media, and in our communication pieces that reach over 10,000 Catholic Church parishioners and 1,500 school families.

To become a sponsor of the Brevard County Catholic Schools Can-gineering Food Drive, complete and return the attached sponsor form .    For more information, contact your local Catholic School Principal in Brevard County.

Brevard County Catholic Schools Host Open House January 26-31

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Nine Brevard County Catholic Schools are hosting an Open House January 26 – 31, 2014 with campus tours and the opportunity to meet administrators, teachers, and staff.  Admissions and financial assistance information will be provided.  Brevard County Catholic Schools Open House provides the opportunity to learn about the many benefits of a Catholic education including curriculum, enrichment programs, extracurricular activities, and athletics.

Brevard County Catholic Schools include eight elementary/middle schools which serve Pre-K3 and VPK-4 through 8th grade, and Melbourne Central Catholic High School, a college preparatory, which serves grades 9-12.  Visit any of Brevard’s nine Catholic schools during their Open House.  No RSVP required.  For more information, visit BrevardCatholicSchools.org

When/Where:

Sunday, January 26th, 9 AM – 12 PM

Divine Mercy Catholic Academy

1940 N. Courtenay Pkwy., Merritt Island

321-452-0263, dmccs.org

 

Sunday, January 26th, 9 AM – 11:30 AM

St. Joseph Catholic School

5320 Babcock St. NE, Palm Bay

321-723-8866, st-joe-school.org

 

Monday, January 27, 9 AM – 2 PM

Melbourne Central Catholic High School

Melbourne Central Catholic High School

100 E. Florida Ave., Melbourne

321-727-0793, melbournecc.org

 

Monday, January 27, 9 AM – 2 PM & 5 – 7 PM

Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School

420 E. Fee Ave, Melbourne

321-723-3631, ollmelbourne.org

 

Tuesday, January 28, 9 – 11 AM

St. Joseph Catholic School

5320 Babcock St. NE, Palm Bay

321-723-8866, st-joe-school.org

 

Tuesday, January 28, 9 AM – 2 PM

St. Mary’s Catholic School

1152 S. Seminole Dr., Rockledge

321-636-4208, stmarys-school.org

 

Monday, January 27 – Friday, January 31, 9 AM – 2 PM

Our Savior Catholic School

5301 N. Atlantic Ave., Cocoa Beach

321-783-2330, oursaviourschool.org

 

Ascension Catholic School

2950 N. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne

321-254-5495, ascensioncatholicsch.org

 

Divine Mercy Catholic Academy

1940 N. Courtenay Pkwy., Merritt Island

321-452-0263, dmccs.org

 

Monday, January 27 – Friday, January 31, 10 AM – 2 PM

Holy Name of Jesus Catholic School

3060 N. Hwy A1A, Indialantic

321-773-1630, hnj.org/school

 

St. Teresa Catholic School

207 Ojibway Ave, Titusville, FL

321-267-1643, stteresa-titusville.org

Educational concert brings students from Brevard Catholic schools together

     Our Saviour hosted a concert by Jack Hartmann, a singer and writer of children’s music, on February 20. Students from Our Lady of Lourdes, Holy Name of Jesus and Divine Mercy joined Our Saviour for the concert.

     The concert was held for students in preschool, kindergarten and first grade. Hartmann’s educational songs are used in the classroom to teach students a variety of skills, including reading, phonics and math. During the concert, Hartmann taught students songs and dances to help them learn.  

     Tracie Goodwin, a kindergarten teacher at Our Saviour, said that the concert made an important connection for students with what they have learned in the classroom.

    “It’s a very interactive, child-driven concert.” 

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St. Joseph & MCC Schools Win Make a Difference Day All Star Award

St. Joseph Catholic School and Melbourne Central Catholic will be nationally recognized by USA WEEKEND Magazine, Gannett Foundation, and Points of Light, supported by Newman’s Own for their Make a Difference Day project. Jason’s Run5K, with the support of West Shore Junior Senior High School, raised over $25,000.00 for Jason Whitworth, a teacher and coach who was diagnosed with ALS last year. The $10,000.00 prize will be awarded to the Florida Chapter of the ALS association. The project was selected from thousands of efforts across the country. Mary Loschiavo, Ana Fagan, and Carol Guthrie, coordinators of the Make a Difference Day Project, along with Larry Loschiavo, will be accompanying Jason and Gayle Whitworth to Washington D.C. for the awards ceremony on April 25, at the historic Carnegie Library. A VIP Meet and Greet with Members of Congress and representatives from the event sponsors will follow the ceremony.

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