As we close another school year, we do so with great joy and admiration for all of our students, teachers and staff. A remarkable year of dedication by our teachers, determination by our students and endless support by our team of counselors and staff sustained our vision to uphold our school mission and provide the best possible experience for the entire school community.
The year ended with much joy and celebration of all students. Thanks to the efforts of many, we hosted outdoor celebrations for our underclassmen, held a long-awaited Spirit Week, hosted a faculty versus student trivia contest and underclassmen awards presentation. Our athletic teams were phenomenal in their spring season competitions with notable championship games by our boys baseball, girls softball as well as boys and girls golf teams. Our student actors in the drama, Medea, earned seven Halo nominations including Best Classical Play and those who performed in the musical, We will Rock You, earned twelve Halo nominations including Best Contemporary Musical. Award winners will be announced on July10.
We are very proud of our Class of 2021 as they demonstrated through an unusual year, their faith, resilience and Mustang Spirit. Their academic, athletic and artistic recognized accomplishments were tremendous throughout the school year. This class of 108 students earned 20,380 service hours and were awarded $28.4 million in college scholarships. We were fortunate to be able to celebrate them these past few weeks by hosting a car parade, a Senior prom at Anthony’s Lake Club, an outdoor fiesta under the tent thanks to Agave Restaurant and our Commencement Mass and Awards at St. Rose of Lima Church. Please click here for the list of colleges and universities to which the Class of 2021 were accepted. We wish each and every one of these amazing young men and women many blessings in their college journey and beyond.
In addition to celebrating our students, we had an opportunity to celebrate the professional and personal time that our teachers offered to make sure that students had exceptional learning experiences this past school year. Two teachers, Marie Proverb who taught at Immaculate for over twenty years and Joe Muchanski, who has been a teacher at Immaculate for forty-five years, announced their retirement from their positions. Their legacy will be treasured not only by dedicating their classrooms to them but by the many lives they have touched. We wish them much happiness in their retirement years.
On behalf of everyone at Immaculate, words cannot express all of our gratitude for your ongoing support of all that we do at Immaculate. We are a blessed community. We are Immaculate strong.
Have a safe and enjoyable summer,
Mary R. Maloney