The Mission of Good Shepherd Catholic School is to model and promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We commit ourselves to empowering a faith-filled community of students in grades Pre-K through 8 that educates and nurtures the whole person. We strive to develop a sense of justice and responsibility to our local and world community. We teach our children to "love God and your neighbor as yourself.
Hope came to Good Shepherd in the 6th grade and and is now completing her 8th grade year. Her favorite time of the day is lunch and her favorite color is dusty rose. She likes going on jogs but she also really enjoys watching Netflix. Her favorite foods is a baked potato with crab macaroni and cheese, and old bay. A memory that sticks in Hope's mind about her time at Good Shepherd is when she brought in a boar skull and giant nail as part of a social studies assignment in the 6th grade.
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Virtue of the Month
The month of May will conclude our focus on the diocesan theme – To Jesus through Mary – with a focus on the virtue of devotion. Devotion has a number of synonyms, but the one that may best describe it is the term“loyalty.” To devote oneself to a person or to a cause is a commitment of remaining loyal. It is returning to the person or cause regularly to deepen relationships or understanding. The month of May serves as a good teacher of devotion as we center our attention throughout the month on the Blessed Mother, celebrate the feast of St. Joseph the Worker at the beginning of the month, and remember our own mothers on Mother’sDay. Could one find better definitions of devotion than Mary, Joseph, and our own mothers?