Come join our St. Juliana families and community for a night of celebration as we throw it back to the time of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. The evening will be filled with energy, excitement, cocktails, delicious dinner, great items to bid on and a lot of fun!
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The Great Gatsby

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St. Juliana Falconieri is a Transitional K - 8th grade school. We are a strong Catholic community that encourages high quality education and reinforces our Catholic traditions.

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We 
learn 
to 
accept 
responsibility 
for
 our 
actions
 and 
words,
 which 
can 
be 
seen 
through 
our
 strong 
work 
ethic 
and
 our 
courage 
in
 making
 good
 moral
 decisions.


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We
 understand 
that
 we
 are 
created
 in 
God’s 
image
 and 
likeness,
 and
 through
 our 
words 
and
 actions we
 show 
respect 
to
 ourselves,
 our
 Earth,
 and
 to
 those
 around 
us.


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We
 share
 our 
gifts 
by 
giving 
back 
to 
the
 parish,
 school,
 and
 larger
 community. 

We
 learn 
to 
use
 our 
time 
and 
talents
 to 
serve 
others.
 


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We 
take
 what 
we 
learn 
in
 mind
 and
 spirit
 and
 strive 
to 
lead
 others 
by
 example,
 change 
the
 world 
for 
the 
better,
 and
 create 
a 
brighter 
future 
for
 all
 of 
us!


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We develop a firm foundation in prayer and a strong relationship with God, through our academic and religious experiences at school.

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I hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving! It is now time for the Advent season. Advent means “coming” in Latin as we prepare ourselves for the birth of Jesus. Over the next few weeks in church and in the classrooms, an Advent Wreath will be present. The Advent Wreath will have a total of five candles. One candle will be lit on the first Sunday of Advent, two are lit on the second Sunday and so on with the fifth candle lit on Christmas day to represent Jesus Christ the light of the world. Each week our lives become brighter as we light each candle.
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