Our Response to COVID-19

In the days of uncertainty during the last few months of our 2019-2020 academic school year, one thing was for sure, our MBS faculty and staff did everything they could to provide our students with the same quality of Catholic education our families expect for their children. Though the classroom setting changed, our teachers continued to cultivate meaningful and relevant assignments, projects and activities. They worked with their students in small groups, individually and with the entire class to instruct our young minds.

To keep our community connected during our school days at home, we shared our weekly newsletter, Dolphin Days, provided under our MBS Community tab. Each school day at 9 am, our principal, Mrs. Manns, filmed the MBS Morning Announcements and Prayers on a live stream video on our Facebook page to keep our network of MBS families linked together. Typically, our middle school students produce the show each day with guest student anchors. Additionally, she filmed MBS Tuesday Tales and Prayers at 7:15 pm and she invited our community to pray the Rosary together on Friday evenings at 7 pm.

Please scroll through this page to find our superintendent of school’s letters to parents, to see what we were up to while we were at home learning and to hear what our parents shared about their experiences.

Pray the Rosary – aired weekly on Facebook on Fridays at 7 pm during our time away from school during our school closure.

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Posted by Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School on Friday, June 5, 2020

Morning Announcements and Prayers – aired on Facebook weekdays at 9 am

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Posted by Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School on Friday, June 5, 2020

Tuesday Tales and Prayers – aired each Tuesday on Facebook at 7:15 pm

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Posted by Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic School on Tuesday, June 2, 2020

May Crowning

Letter from our Superintendent:



Parent Testimonials:

“Our children have been blessed with compassionate teachers that have been nurturing their spirit and have been taking inventory on my kids mental capacity and health.  So, important when social interaction has been at a premium.  I appreciate the work they are doing and am excited for the next year.” – Rick Deale

” We have been super impressed since March 16th at how quickly the transition to on-line learning took place. We really commend the hard work of teachers and students during this change. We feel the teachers are doing a wonderful job with instruction, giving encouragement to stay positive in this new way of learning. MBS has awesome teachers and thankfully are on top of new online technology, not intimidated to try new ways of teaching.  Well Done!” – Julie Delahanty


Primary Grades:
Kindergarten Resources:
Wonders:  https://connected.mcgraw-hill.com/school/c1f9
Go Math:  https://www-k6.thinkcentral.com/ePC/start.do
Freckle:  https://student.freckle.com/#/login

First Grade Resources:  First Grade Website

Second Grade Resources:  Second Grade Website

Intermediate and Middle School Grades:  Our intermediate and middle school grade teachers used Microsoft Teams to communicate their school work daily. This option offered our students the opportunity to put their organizational and technology skills into practice.

Middle School Science:
PBS Learning Website

Religion:  Our students’ continued faith formation was very important to our school community during our time at home during Covid-19.

CDW Corona Virus Novena

Helping Students Discover Their Own Tune