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Babysitting is available for pre-schoolers in the lower Church during the 9:00 a.m. Mass. Please stop downstairs before the 9:00 Mass and see one of the volunteers if you have any questions.

Our Religious Education Program for children starts with our 3 year olds in our Family Religious Education Program. Our Family Program is coordinated with our Mass Schedule: we meet after the 5pm Mass on Saturday from 6 to 6:40pm; after the 9am Mass and the Bagel Breakfast from 10:30 to 11:10am; after the 10:30am Mass or before the 12Noon Mass from 11:20 to 11:55am.

The Family Religious Education Program also meets on Monday from 5:15pm to 6:00pm, Tuesday evening from 6:15 to 7:00pm and Wednesday from 5:15pm to 6pm for those families that can not make our weekend program.

Contact Virginia Blass
631-744-9515

 

Vacation Bible School is a week long summer learning experience for children in pre-school through 6th grade. It is held in the beginning of August and our 7th through 12th grade students assist with the program.

It teaches the children about Jesus and the Catholic faith through fun activities like art, drama, music, and games. Registration is held during the last two weeks of May at the Margaret Galvin Battillo Religious Education Office.

Contact Donna McCauley
631-744-9515

Our Lady of Wisdom School is the regional Catholic school supported by our parish and three neighboring parishes. The mission of Our Lady of Wisdom School is “to ensure a high quality of education in a loving, caring, environment, highlighting the positive influence of God within the learning experience.”

The school educates students from Kindergarten through 8th grade. To find out more info please visit their website here

Contact Office
631-473-1211

The environment during a child’s first years of life are extremely important to the child’s spiritual, physical, social, creative, cognitive and language development. This environment includes persons outside the child’s home who have an impact on the child’s life.

The St. Louis de Montfort Pre-School teachers and volunteers help prepare children for the rest of their school years, as well as surround them with a caring, supportive, spiritual environment in which to learn and interact with other students.

Contact Susan Walsh
631-744-9515 x 500