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Most Holy Redeemer Open House (Preschool, Kindergarten and new Families)
*Registration for Preschool, Kindergarten & New Students* A special information/registration session will be held for new families on Thursday, January 24 at 7:00 p.m—use the main school door on Millard, for admittance. We look forward to showcasing our school and thanking all of our parishioners for their support of Catholic Education during the 9:30 mass on Sunday, January 27! The school will host an Open House immediately following our Catholic Schools Week Mass, during which new registrations are accepted from those unable to join us on January 24. Both ½-day (morning) and full-day sessions of Preschool and Kindergarten are offered: 3-year-old Preschool options ½-day = 8:10 to 11:00 Full Day = 8:10 to 2:25 2 ½-days…T/TH 5 ½-days…M through F 3 full days…T/W/TH 5 full days 4-year-old Preschool options ½-day = 8:10 to 11:00 Full Day = 8:10 to 2:25 3 ½-days…M/W/F 5 ½-days…M thru F 3 full days…M/W/F 5 full days…M through F Kindergarten options ½-day = 8:10 to 11:00 Full Day = 8:00 to 2:30 5 ½-days…M through F 5 full days…M through F
More About Most Holy Redeemer School
Most Holy Redeemer School is committed to the spiritual and educational growth and development of Christian children. Founded in September of 1942, it was originally opened by Most Holy Redeemer Parish and staffed by Sisters of the Holy Cross. The enriching curriculum combines faith, academics and extracurricular activities to help students advance in their faith lives and education. Students may participate in the school band, selected sports that are supported by the Most Holy Redeemer Athletic Association, and drama with the Missoula Children's Theater. Students may also be a part of the Book Adventure reading program. In lieu of a student council or student government, students may participate in the Christians in Action Service Group. While students are required to attend religious activities with the Parish, families are encouraged to participate in the life of the Parish and volunteer with the school. Parents may help in the classroom, church or become part of the Parents Club. Throughout the years, Most Holy Redeemer School has undergone significant improvements, including moving to a larger building and adding classrooms to serve the needs of hearing- and visually-impaired students. Loretta Conroy serves as the school's principal.