Career Day

It's never too early to start thinking about type of career you might want.  Our students in Grades 6-8 listened and learned about some interesting jobs during Catholic Schools Week.  They heard about the various needs of Health Care and Drug Counseling from Ruben Quintano and Mr. Tellis.  Mr. Poisson shared his the multiple aspects of manufacturing and marketing jeans.  Mr. Ury explained the role of a physical therapist.  Dr. Guierra shared his story of being a chiropractor.  Mr. Leroy discussed the important role of the Sanitation Commissioner.  Religious vocation presentations were given by the Little Sisters of the Sick Poor and Father Scarola.  Melanie Pomerico assissted by Catherine Cavanagh told how she used her love for baking as the foundation of her cake pop business.  Councilwoman Erin King Sweeney told of her new role in government. 

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National History Bee

Scoring in the top percentile after a written exam, 18 junior high students participated in a semi-final oral competition.  After an elimination round, our final nine faced off in a series of highly competitive rounds for the top spots.  Our final five finalists went on to complete an online examination against the rest of the finalists from the New York Region.  The top 160 across the region will be invited to participate in the Regional Finals which will take place this April. Following the Regionals the National Finals will be held in Atlanta, Georgia in June.

Since St. Christopher School began participating in the History Bee all of our finalists have made it into the 160 of the Region.  We are happy to announce all five our our finalists this year have been invited to the 2015 Regionals.

Finalists: Sean Blumlein, Tristan Poisson, Travis Huertelou, Noah Henry, Nehemiah Segure

Runner Up - Ryan McTighe

Game Show is a 15 year tradition at St. Christopher School.  In a lively format students get to challenge the opposing team in trivia contests, physical contests, a game of Simon Says and a tug of war.

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Books Alive

What a wonderful time for our Pre-K and Kindergarten students as Miss Lee helped books come alive for them.  The students danced and sang songs telling the story of some of their favorite books. 

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Grades 7&8 had their first Hangout Night recently.  The students spent a fun Friday night hanging out with their friends in Msgr. Lawlor Hall. They competed in board games, pool, and air hockey as they listened to music and had a good time with their friends. 

Our Pep Rally featured our Grade 7/8 girls and boys' basketball teams.  They were cheered on by our cheerleaders and our Crusader.  

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Invite a Senior to School

Our students in Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 3 had the opportunity to invite a "Senior" to visit their class.  The students were very excited as was their senior friends.  Each class worked on special project sharing a special time with their visitor.

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Father Daughter Dance

" Oh, What a Night!!!"  Fathers and daughters danced for hours in a Winter Wonderland.  Whether it was a line dance, an oldie or a song unknown by some fathers there were smiles on everyone's faces as they enjoyed themselves.  McGoldrick Hall was transformed into this magical wonderland by the Pomerico's Jonathan Rodriguez, Sue Maddi and all their volunteers. Everyone says thank you!   

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Christmas Dance

On Friday night our 7th and 8th graders had a fantastic time at their annual Christmas dance.  The well-dressed group spent the evening dancing to their favorite music and showing some real talent in the dance-off.  Great food, great friends, great music equals a great time for all.  Thank you to Mrs. Cavanagh and Mrs. Dillon and their helpers for organizing this event.

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The student nurses from Molloy hosted a Health Fair for the students of St. Christopher School.  The students from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 8 visited each of the stations that were set up in Msgr. Lawlor Hall.  The students learned about good nutrition, personal hygiene and bicycle safety.  They also performed some exercises that are good for maintaining healthy hearts. 

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Fantastic Family Fun Day at Adventureland

Thank you to the Home and School Association and all the great volunteers who helped to make this day possible.  Over 200 people participated in this fun day!!!

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Congratulations to our students who received Confirmation on Oct. 27th.  May they continue to grow in their faith having received the gifts of the Holy Spirit.  Thank you to Bishop Brennan who conferred the sacrament and his inspiring words to the students.

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Quickly press that button and give the correct answer.  Game Show is annual tradition that out students look forward to each year. Physical challenges along with answering trivia, historical facts, science questions make this fast paced event a favorite.

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Congratulations to Wilmarr Saint Surin!

Wilmarr has been declared a National Winner, Elementary Class, in the National Piano Auditions.
"Piano-playing is an ideal, all weather, lifetime hobby or a profitable profession."

A day at Adventureland may sound like a day of fun and games.  Our 7th grade students on Tech Day learned the work sometimes comes before pleasure.  Before spending time on the rides they learned how the rides operated and had to complete worksheets that showed they understood the physics of amusement parks.  The day ended with the thrill of enjoying the rides.

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Help Protect Religious Liberty

Dear Friend,

The Diocese of Rockville Centre joins with Long Island Citizens for Religious Liberty, a non-partisan group of concerned citizens dedicated to the protection and promotion of the First Amendment right to the free exercise of religious belief, to work against the federal government's rule, issued by the Secretary of Health and Human Services, requiring religious organizations to buy, or subsidize, products and services that violate their religious beliefs and moral consciences ("the HHS mandate.")

We are asking citizens across Long Island to petition our representatives in Congress to vote to rescind the HHS mandate and to repeal the provision of the law that allows the federal bureaucracy to issue future mandates of this kind. We seek only to protect the ability of religious persons and organizations to live out their faith according to their own sincerely held beliefs, free from government interference and coercion. We hope that all Long Islanders who cherish the natural and constitutional right of religious freedom will work to secure this most ancient pillar of American civic life.

Add your voice today by clicking here to send a message to your representatives in Washington, DC. The HHS mandate's callous disregard for the bedrock religious liberties sacred to all Americans cannot be permitted to stand.

Thank you for your help in this critical battle.

Most Reverend William F. Murphy Robert C. Minion
Bishop of the Diocese of Rockville Centre Long Island Citizens for Religious Liberty

Congratulations to Adrina Rodriguez, a 2010 graduate of St. Christopher School, for being awarded Third Place in the Voice of Democracy Essay Contest "Is Our Constitution Still Relevant?".  She received her award from the Hicksville VFW Post 3211.  Adrina is a student at Holy Trinity High School.

Parent Portal -- New Link

To access the Parent Portal click here:

 St. Christopher School is a Middle States Accredited School.

After School Program Registration Form
After School Program Registration Form.doc
St. Christopher School has much to offer your child.  Read some of the reasons the students of the school like their school:

"At St. Christopher's it is a warm environment.  When I first came to this school I was very shy but then I noticed how nice everyone was and I made a lot of new and loyal friends." GT - Grade 7

" Now, in my 8th grade year, I look back and realize all the time and effort the teachers put into help me...We have gotten this far and have been prepared for high school."  JS -- Grade 8

"I like St. Christopher's because everyone here is like my family.  We learn new things everyday.  The people here are nice and kind.  At recess we play games together and it teaches us that we must be fair like God is to us."  JR - Grade 6

" At St. Christopher's the teachers are very friendly.  They care for each child they teach...St. Christopher School is really serious when it comes to Religion.  Therefore, we pray and learn about God everyday."  AV Grade 4

" A good education is what I love about this school." PM - Grade 7

" St. Chris is an amazing school with many attributes.  It has great academics and clubs.  The best part is that St. St. Christopher School has nurtured and developed my Catholic faith." KB Grade 7

" St. Christopher School is a school that gives students the chance to excel in their education and faith...St. Christopher School is full of wonderful people that care for and love one another and I know that God is very proud of them." BS Grade 7

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St. Christopher School offers 2 programs to meet the needs of our students.  Students in Grades 1-3 who are recommended by their teachers attend an Enrichment Class once a week.  We also offer Academic Intervention classes for students.
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You can access the school library at home!
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Once you are on the main page, click the hyperlink, St. Christopher School.  This will bring you to the search page.  You do not need a username.

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Virtus Training and Volunteer Requirements

ALL SCHOOL VOLUNTEERS (PARENTS) are required to have the following on file:

  • Volunteer Application Form
  • Signed Code of Conduct
  • Background Check Authorization Form
  • VIRTUS Training Certificate



Click here for a list of Virtus Training Sessions


Before School Program
For more information about the program, please click here.
Army Specialist Robert Butler Visits St. Christopher

In December, the 8th grade students at St. Christopher School sent Christmas cards to Army Specialist Robert Butler who was stationed in South Korea for the last year.  Butler is from Massachusetts, but when he returned home on leave, he made a point of coming to Long Island to visit the students who sent him cards. Mrs. Lederer, principal, welcomed the idea. It was a wonderful experience for Butler and the students.

St. Christopher School congratulates alumnus Abiola Adedeji on his outstanding accomplishment!!

Holy Trinity Diocesan High School principal, Gene Fennell, announced today that senior Abiola Adedeji of Roosevelt has been named a National Merit Scholarship finalist based on his scores on the 2013 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®). National Merit Scholarship finalists represent the top 1% of all students who took the 2013 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test.

**** Tomorrow's Hope Forms for financial assistance are now available. *****

The Tomorrow's Hope forms for the 2015-2016 school year are now available online. 
Click here for the forms or call the office @ 223-4404 if you would like a copy sent home
2015-2016 English Application(1).pdf
Tomorrow's Hope forms are available in Spanish also.
Click here for information.
2015-2016 Spanish Application.pdf

2nd Annual St. Chris Day at Adventureland- Click here for more information
 Governor Cuomo and the lawmakers are working to finalize the state budget by the end of March. While they are considering our proposal to generate $150 million in scholarships to help families pay tuition, lobbyists from the public schools teachers' unions are urging lawmakers to fund only public schools. Tuition-paying families need and deserve their fair share. 
Without your help, this legislation may not be enacted!
Please take a moment to send a message to the Governor and your elected state legislators urging them to enact the Education Investment Tax Credit proposal this year.

Thanks so much for your help.

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The Department of Health has issued a guide for parents about seasonal flu.
Click here for more information.
#2423 Seasonal FluParent072011.pdf
FAST Athletics will have a Fall program for Pre-K, Grades K-2 and Grades 3-5.
Please check the school calendar for dates and times

Catholic School Funding Increased.
Thank Your Elected Officials Today!

Thanks to you and the roughly 40,000 e-mails that were sent in from the Catholic Action Network, Catholic schools will see an increase in funding in the 2013-14 state budget. Lawmakers have printed the final bills that will make up the state’s $135 billion budget – expected to be approved before March 29. Included in the budget is a nearly $14 million increase in funding for mandated services reimbursement.

Moreover, lawmakers provide $4.5 million in a new funding stream to our schools for safety equipment – in response to the horrific school shootings that have occurred around the country.

Just as it was important to advocate for these funds, it is equally important that you thank the governor and your legislative representatives for the increased funding. Please take action right now by clicking the Take Action link below. Your message will automatically be sent to your correct legislators.

Tomorrow's Hope Foundation
The mission of Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation is to ensure the excellence as well as the continuance of Catholic Schools on Long Island by increasing awareness and by providing scholarship and program funding for the needs of students and schools.
Any family who wishes to apply for financial assistance needs to fill out an application.  Applications are available on the web site,  in the main office or online at .

The applications for the 2014-2015 school year are now available.  The application is attached.  The application is also available in Spanish.
2014-2015 Application English.pdf
Don't forget to use GoodSearch!!!
Every time you use as your search engine, a penny will be donated to our school.  Results of searches are the same as  Now you can also shop through their online shopping mall, where you can select from 900 top online retailers.  GoodSearch will donate a percentage of your purchases to St. Christopher
When you visit  make sure your enter  St. Christopher School under the "Who do you GoodSearch for?" field to verify your school before searching.  There is more than one St. Christopher School, make sure you click St. Christopher School (Baldwin).
GoodSearch Flyer (1).pdf

Important Reminder!!!
All students must be registered in their School District in which they live.  In order for St. Christopher to order textbooks for next year and for you to receive services such as busing, this must be done.  If you have any questions and reside in Baldwin, please call Textbooks and Transportation Services at 377-9317.  Registration must be done in person at the District Office between 8:30am and 3:30pm. 

Wednesday, April 1
Noon Dismissal

Thursday, April 2
Holy Thursday
No School
Friday, April 3
Good Friday
No School
Sunday, April 5
Easter Sunday

Monday, April 6
Easter Recess

Click here for this week's flyers

Today, 4/1/2015
High: 45 Low: 32
Mostly sunny
0% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 4/2/2015
High: 50 Low: 46
Mostly sunny
3% chance of precipitation.

Black and Blue Night is a fun night of friendly competition between parents.  Divided into two teams the group competed in 21 Layups, Steal the Bacon and a tug of War just to name a few activities.  Their children watched and cheered them on.

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Earn Money for the school while shopping online

See flyer for details
Goodshop Flyer (1).docx
The Home and School Facebook page is up and running.  Please visit for information about upcoming events.