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May 31, 2020 
Dear Paramus Catholic Community, 
     Time is certainly flying. As we approach the end of the school year, please note that the last day of Virtual classes is June 17, 2020. Students are not yet allowed inside the building so we will be scheduling locker content pick-up dates. More details will be forthcoming. 
      Like many of you, I too, am agonizing over the events that are occurring in our nation. The COVID19 pandemic is horrific enough to handle but now we are witnessing senseless crimes.  As a Paramus Catholic community, we must come together and pray that these events of violence come to an end. 
      I am deeply saddened by the injustices that we see. They are criminal, offensive, and immoral and go against the v values that we teach and instill in our young people. How can we help as a school community? I am asking that each of us perform an act of kindness toward our fellow citizens while we continue united in prayer that God will bring an end to the injustices of today. 
     Paramus Catholic exemplifies every day that we are a united community and stand together regardless of a person’s ethnicity. We have pride in each person. 
     Pray with us to our Heavenly Father that the hatred in our nation comes to a halt and models    St. Teresa’s direction that, “If you judge people, you have no time to love them”. 
     I wish all good health and safety. 
Be well. 

Dr. Stephanie Macaluso 
Principal 
 
 
 
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Paramus Catholic at a Glance

  • 21 certificateB AP Courses
  • 33 Honors Courses
  • 99% of graduates go on to a four-year college
  • 150 seats in Music Conservatory and Amphitheater
  • 27 landscape acre campus

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How to Emotionally Prepare for the Transition out of High School

The Jed Foundation will be offering a free webinar for high school seniors and their parents. The Jed Foundation (JED) would like to invite you to a presentation for graduating seniors and their families: How to Emotionally Prepare for the Transition out of High School Date and Time: Wednesday, June 3, 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm EST Description: It is critical that students think holistically about college readiness and what it means to be emotionally prepared for the transition out of high school. Whether they are heading to college, taking a gap year, or going into the workforce or military, transitions can be difficult to navigate. This presentation is intended to help students consider different ways they can be successful and emotionally healthy after high school, particularly as schools and businesses have moved to remote education and work due to the pandemic, and to help parents effectively support them during this transition. There will be a Q&A at the end of the presentation.

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