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Info - Masses Open School Year Posted Sep. 17, 2014
Who do you want to be? That was the message that students, faculty and staff heard as our SEP family came together for our opening school masses on September 11, 2014. Two masses were offered by St. Edmund Prep's Chaplain Fr. William Dulaney and the new Administrator of St. Edmund Parish and Chairman of the Board of Trustees Fr. David Dettmer.

During Fr. Dettmer's homily he asked students to think about where their education would take them and what challenges they face as students at St. Edmund Prep:

"Education is important in what ever form that it comes. Education teaches us skills, teaches us how to do things. gives us knowledge. All of these things are very important. But, here is something else that Education gives us, even when we are not aware of it. The work that you do teaches you how to be you. It is one of the things that helps us to answer the question, who do I want to be?

Who are are as people is not something that just happpens to us in a passive way. We form ourselves through the attitudes that we want to have, through the decisions we make on a daily basis on how we choose to treat ourselves and one another. Too often we do not give enough thought to that. What kind of person do I want to be? Not just today, but for the rest of my life.

It takes on added dimension for us here. We are first and foremost formed by the Gospel message of Jesus Christ, a gospel message that asks of us things that seem very hard. Will you allow the words of Jesus Christ to live in your hearts and in your minds in such a way that even though it is difficult, you will strive to be someone who loves, who is merciful to others, to help to meet the needs of those around you?

Who do you want to be?"

We also paused to remember the events of September 11, 2001 and pray for all those through out the world who still suffer because of violence and hatred.
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Info - New Eagle Cafe Dining Services Posted Sep. 11, 2014
Register your student today for our meal dining program! The EAGLE CAFÉ will continue to use the student ID card as the preferred form of payment. This technology provides your student with the opportunity to purchase meals in the school’s cafeteria using his or her student ID card in place of cash. The Prep student ID card doubles as a prepaid meal card for use in the school’s cafeteria. The card’s barcode is linked to your student’s assigned ID number, facilitating each of his or her cafeteria purchases. Among other benefits, this program ensures that your student’s food money will not be misplaced or lost. There is no additional cost to participate in this program.

To register your child, click the "More Information" link below.

We welcome our new dining services provider, Alnina to St. Edmund Prep as we begin a new school year.
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Info - Fall 2014 St. Edmund Magazine Posted Aug. 4, 2014
The Fall 2014 edition of the St. Edmund Magazine is now available! In this issue we highlight our STEM and Robotics programs and announce the 2014 Athletics Hall of Fame Induction Class. We also remember in a special way Mr. John Malazzo. Click the More Information link below to view the Magazine.
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Info - 2014-2015 Calendar Available Posted Jul. 3, 2014
The 2014-2015 school calendar is now available. To access the calendar click the "More Information" link below.
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