Dear Parents, Alumni, and Friends,
The beginning of another school year is upon us, and this time of the year always brings a great amount of excitement and hope. Only a few short months ago, we said goodbye to the class of 2018, and we now welcome the class of 2023, as well as a number of new students in the upper grades. Our maintenance staff has been working hard for the past two months readying our facilities for the start of a new school year.
A number of exciting things have happened over the summer as we work hard to achieve our mission of imparting the Catholic faith, promoting academic excellence and enhancing self-esteem. I am proud that we have completed renovations on the St. Theresa Music Hall. The final phase included the relocation of two offices for our directors, the addition of a choir room, and soundproofing and storage additions in the percussion room. With the completion of this final phase, I feel that we have the best music facility in the area.
Our Student Union received a makeover as lockers were removed, walls were painted and old lighting was replaced with new LED lighting. All of this was done in preparation for our new and improved food service. Finally, the stadium received a massive renovation. The old home grandstands were torn down and replaced with a new two-thousand seat grandstand and enlarged press box. In addition, new bathroom facilities were constructed underneath the stadium. These new renovations will be ready for our first home football game against St. James on Friday, September 14, 2018. The new Harvey Peltier Memorial Stadium will be opened and dedicated on Thursday, September 13th at 6:00 p.m. Check our website for more information.
We are ready once again to continue the tradition of excellence, and I look forward to seeing each of you at school in the near future. Please call me if there is anything we can do to help make the 2018-2019 school year a great success.
Tim Robichaux '79, President