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2024 Knight March Madness

It has been a wonderful year celebrating our 100th anniversary of St. Louis School. And, it’s time to prepare our school for the next century of excellence in Catholic education.

As with any institution, it is crucial to invest in infrastructure to maintain and improve the quality of education we provide. In this regard, we are excited to continue the "Windows to Success" campaign—a fundraising initiative aimed at replacing the aging windows in our 60-year old school buildings.

Knight March Madness!

March 18 - 20

The grade that raises the most funds on Giving Day will win:

WASHINGTON, DC FIELD TRIP*

Students may go to the Museum of Natural History or the Washington Zoo. Alternatively, the grade may also choose for an in-house field trip. Teachers will make the final decision.

We’ll keep track via the Knight March Madness bracket in the school lobby! Stop by and check out the fun!

*Parents to pay for bus transportation

Why New Windows Matter:

  1. Enhanced Learning Environment: Natural light plays a vital role in creating a positive and conducive learning environment. Upgrading our windows will allow more sunlight to filter into classrooms, creating bright and energizing spaces for our students.

  2. Energy Efficiency: Modern windows are designed to be energy-efficient, reducing the school's carbon footprint and utility costs. By investing in new windows, we are not only improving the physical environment but also making a long-term commitment to sustainability.

  3. Improved Safety and Security: New windows come with advanced safety features, ensuring the well-being of our students. These features include durable materials, enhanced locking mechanisms, and improved resistance to external elements.

We have already started the effort, which you may have seen around campus. It’s time to finish what we have started! And raise the funds for the remainder of the windows.

Thank you for your kindness and your support! We continue to pray for you and your family that we will reflect God’s light. Together, we can open the windows of opportunity for our children and let the light of God’s love shine through them.