The St. Ann School community takes great pride in its tradition of service to others. Students from age 3 to Eighth Grade are guided to live and serve by the principles found in the teachings of Jesus Christ and the Church; especially the ten commandments, the beatitudes and the spiritual and corporal works of mercy. Students gain a true understanding of the relationship between service and all other aspects of learning and living.
- Food & Coat Drives
- Nursing Home Visits
- Kevin Sullivan Food Closet
- Visiting Homebound Neighbors
- Caroling at Christmas
- Rock Your Socks for Special Olympics
- Pennies for Patients for LLS
- Kids Heart Challenge for American Heart Assoc.
- Monthly casual day for Missions
- Sister school Santa Anna in Guatemala.
In the spring, Fifth Grade holds a Spring Festival and invites the community to help raise funds to support the children of our sister school, Santa Anna in San Marcos, Guatemala.
Below is a message from Fr. John Hynes after his recent visit to the Santa Anna School in Guatemala:
"Greetings from San Jose El Rodeo, with Fr. Silverio and all our group.
We have just visited Santa Anna School, all were very grateful for the help from St. Ann’s. The new school is built and running. They tell us that the cement and structural iron were paid for in part by the St. Ann’s donations, very grateful.
Yesterday in San Marcos we met with the commision and Bishop Trinidad. He is gracious, down to earth, and seems to consider the relationship with us very important."
--Fr. John Hynes.