Current News and Events

 List Date: September 25, 2013
 Sick, Late or Leaving Early?
If you need to report a tardy or absence, email attendance@nativityschool.org 
 List Date: September 1, 2013
 BOX TOP$ for Education
Donate your Box Tops! Please label with your child’s name and send in for weekly drawings. 
 List Date: September 29, 2011
 Nativity School Car Magnets
On Sale! See link for an order form that you can send through backpack mail.
Click here for details.
 List Date: September 1, 2008
 Congratulations Nativity School!
Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the US Department of Education! Click here for a letter from the Department of Education. 
 List Date: August 12, 2012
 Follow Nativity School on Facebook
Follow current news, events, fundraisers, weather updates, etc on Nativity School's new Facebook page

REMIND

School Lobby Access Closed

The school lobby will be temporarily closed due to the ongoing construction. The school office will remain operational during this time. However, we request that you proceed to the church office if you need to come in for school related purposes.

Smart Tuition

The first tuition payment for the school year 2015-2016 is due July 1. Click here for more details and link to Smart Tuition web site.

School/PTO Calendar

Sharing the Good News

NATIVITY'S BEACH BASH -- WELCOME TO SUMMER TIME!

Nativity ended the school year and began the Summer with a great deal of fanfare, all courtesy of its primo PTO and phenomenal parents. All of Nativity was invited to bounce, play, dance, and laugh its way through an evening filled with fellowship, family, food, and fun.

A Moon Bounce, DJ, Face Painting, Water Tattoos, a Cake Walk, Jail, Raffle, a 14-foot Inflated Twister, Froggy Fly Fling, Football & Baseball Toss, Silly Selfies, a Fire Truck, Scooter/Plunger Races, and Group Dancing were on hand to help everyone celebrate the beginning of Summer. The Knights of Columbus cooked up some delicious food selections, including their famous hot dogs!

And — despite the rainstorm — a good time was had by all. Evidenced by the photos posted below ~~
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THIS JUST IN ~~

It was bound to happen ... only a matter of time.

"The School Lobby is currently closed due to construction."

If you are planning to visit the School, please check in first with the Church Office staff. They will then contact Mrs. Paulson in the School Office and she will come meet you.

Summer School Office Hours

Monday through Thursday -- 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Friday -- Closed.

We'll let you know as soon as the School Lobby is reopened.
So sorry for the inconvenience -- and thank you for your flexibility!
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THIS JUST IN ~~

It was bound to happen ... only a matter of time.

"The School Lobby is currently closed due to construction."

If you are planning to visit the School, please check in first with the Church Office staff. They will then contact Mrs. Paulson in the School Office and she will come meet you.

Summer School Office Hours

Monday through Thursday -- 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Friday -- Closed.

We'll let you know as soon as the School Lobby is reopened.
So sorry for the inconvenience -- and thank you for your flexibility!
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Found her. Yup. About 5 this afternoon. Our Mary Statue still resides at Nativity and is now nestled into one of the corners of the lobby. Out of the way. Out of the Mess. At least for now. ... See MoreSee Less

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MARY IS NEVER REALLY GONE --
SHE IS ALWAYS VERY NEAR AND DEAR TO US

Our Beloved Mary statue, and the stone/pond garden she stood inside, have all been removed from the School/Religious Education lobby during its renovation (See Photos Below).

As our beloved Nativity teacher Donna Feary writes from her new perch in the Pacific Northwest, "When the building was new, the area around Mary had water, fountains, and plants."

As Father Bob recently reminded us, "The stone pond/garden was originally intended to be a pool of water when the school was built in the nineties, but liability and safety concerns for the
children did not allow it to remain filled with water."

So it was turned into a stone garden with The Blessed Mother statue in its place of honor -- sans water -- right in the middle.

And that's the way it's always been ... until now. Until right now.

The Mary statue, its stone garden, and all its trappings have been removed. (See Photos Below).

Current plans call for The Blessed Mother statue to remain in the lobby entrance. She's not far from us now -- just in a safer spot during the construction. And, as Father Bob explains, "This will open up the lobby for people to gather, which is its main purpose.
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