Daily Prayer to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

Dear Saint Margaret Mary,

Permitted by the Sacred Heart of Jesus to become a caretaker of its divine treasures, obtain for us we ask you, from that adorable Heart all the graces we need.

We ask for them with boundless confidence. May the Divine Heart be willing to grant them to us through your intercession so that once again He may, through you, be glorified and loved. Amen.

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PARISHIONERS

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STUDENTS

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Teachers

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AVERAGE HOMEROOM SIZE

Our Mission

The faith community of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque Parish supports our Catholic School as a response to the commission of Jesus to teach all nations. We believe that we are co-educators with parents, the first teachers of children. Our goal is to recognize each student as uniquely created and gifted by God and we will work to help each one discover, develop and dedicate his or her gifts as citizens of God’s Kingdom. We are Hands, Heart and Feet of Christ.

Accreditation

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque School is accredited through the Missouri Nonpublic School Accrediting Association, affiliated with the National Federation of Nonpublic School Accrediting Association. Accreditation remains current by means of a yearly assessment of compliance with the state Accrediting Association membership standards and Improvement standards.

Virtue Based Restorative Discipline

All students participate in the Virtue Based Restorative Discipline Program. This program highlights virtues and promotes a culture of kindness at St. Margaret Mary Alacoque School. Virtue-Based Restorative Discipline offers SMMA teachers, parents, and students a way to cultivate virtue while repairing harm from bullying and other hurtful behaviors.

Language Arts

In-depth study of English grammar and vocabulary; advanced development of writing skills; reading and discussion of classic literature.

Mathematics

Small math groups established by ability encourage students to progress at an optimal rate encouraging development of problem solving strategies.

Social Studies

Examination of history of the United States and World history; study of geography and reading maps.

Science

Interactive integration of science, technology, engineering and math themes.

Foreign Language

Study of Spanish language in oral and written form.

Physical Education

Individual and team sports encouraging fair play and good sportsmanship.

Music

Study of music history and theory along with performing liturgical music.

Art

Creation of projects using color, form and textures.

Technology

Apple & Google Apps for Education School. Teachers and students utilize the SMMA Innovation Lab--a combination computer lab, studio, and makerspace.

Religion

The rich traditions of the Catholic Church, centered in the Eucharist, are studied and practiced at all grade levels. Guided by the Spirit, we seek to witness the Gospel and make Christ's love known to everyone we meet.

Sacraments

Students are education about the sacraments and have the opportunity to celebrate the sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist in our community throughout the year.