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Week of January 24, 2022 

Dear Paramus Catholic Families,
In Cardinal Tobin's newsletter of January 21, 2022, he states:
No one is unwanted. God’s love embraces all. Every human life is sacred. Every person is a child of God who possesses incomparable dignity and worth—no matter one’s station in life or personal gifts and talents. Regardless of who we are; or what our background is; or the state of our physical, emotional, or mental health; or our accomplishments; or our race, religion, or cultural heritage; or our age; or our social status; every individual human being is precious in the sight of God and, therefore, should also be valuable in the eyes of his or her fellow human beings. No one is unwanted. God’s love embraces all.”  
Let us all reflect on these words and go forward carrying out acts of kindness toward each other. Please see the link below for the Cardinal’s entire message. 
We are now in the last week of the first semester. All assessments should be submitted to teachers for final grading. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to your child’s guidance counselor. The teenager of today is faced with many stresses as well as conflicting issues. Please know that our guidance counselors are available for any mental health issues. 

Many of our families travel from different zip codes. Please understand that the decision to close the school for weather is due to this. Any decision the administration makes is based on the safety of everyone. 
Please note that school is closed on Friday, January 28, 2022, as faculty and staff will be concluding the semester. Semester Two begins Monday, January 31, 2022. 

I wish you all a healthy and safe week. 

In your gratitude, 
Dr. Stephanie Macaluso 
Cardinal Tobin's Letter

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