Summer Fun at the 4-H Fair Parade

Saint Mary Staff, students and families gathered on our Wonderful World of Food float to kick off fair week in Kendallville. 


 Watermelon? Yes, please!! Mr. Adams was thankful for the opportunity to meet more Saint Mary students and families!!🍉


Thank you to the Fortman family for donating their trailer and driving our float in the parade! Enjoy the rest of the summer, everyone! See you August 3 for ALL IN Registration Day!

Welcome, Principal Adams!

Saint Mary families welcomed Mr. Adams at Wild About Wednesday today!  


We're going on a BEAR HUNT! Preschool friends, along with Mr.Adams, colored, cut and pasted paper sack puppets! Roar-y for some fun!!



Our art teacher, Mrs. Laurie, and school board president, Laura Fortman, organized and helped the children paint posters for Sunday's parade! They are so could almost eat them up!!!  Special thanks to Mr. Fortman for creating the posters and to Mrs. Laurie for mixing beautiful paint colors for us to choose from! 


We are excited to ride in our Wonderful World of Food float!! Don't forget to wear your Saint Mary Spirit Wear!  


Thank you to Mr. Adams for coming out today and welcome to Saint Mary of the Assumption School!

Hope to see everyone at the parade on Sunday! Line up is at 5:00 at East Noble High School. Parade starts at 6:00! 

Avilla Freedom Festival Parade 2017

Saint Mary of the Assumption participated in the Avilla Freedom Festival Parade on Saturday! The theme of the parade was Past, Present, and Future. Saint Mary families and Staff are excited and proud to be a part of the past, present and future in Noble County!!   


Thank you to the Fortman family for providing the tractor and trailer for our float!  


Welcome Mr. Andrew Adams to St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic School

The Principal Search Committee (PSC) completed its search according to the strict guidelines required by the Catholic Schools Office (CSO) of the Diocese of Fort Wayne – South Bend. On June 15, 2017 Mr. Andrew Adams was offered and accepted the opportunity to become St. Mary Catholic School’s next principal. While the CSO demands strict confidentiality, the PSC wishes to convey the following non-confidential information to provide insight into the selection process. The St. Mary Catholic School PSC received four approved applications from the CSO. The PSC interviewed all four candidates. While CSO guidelines recommend only four committee meetings, the PSC decided early in the process to ensure that it took the appropriate amount of time to make this very important decision. Superintendent Marsha Jordan officially initiated the search process on March 23rd and the PSC met for ten subsequent meetings. The PSC also worked to guarantee that every PSC member was available to attend each meeting. While the process lasted longer than many would have hoped, we feel that the extra time has allowed us to efficiently and effectively recommend the best person for St. Mary Catholic School.

St. Mary Students Sharing Their Acts of Kindness

St. Mary students took a pledge at the beginning of the school year to show kindness to all. Students and staff created a paper chain of links showing all the acts of kindness they witnessed throughout the school year. As the school year came to a close, they walked the chain through Avilla to the library where they presented their chain for display. They hope that others will see their chain and continue to spread the acts of kindness throughout the community.