Principal's Corner

Happy Holidays - School Closed

Happy Holidays

School Closed from Friday, December 22, 2017 until Sunday, January 7, 2018

Classes Resume Monday, January 8, 2018 

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This is an invitation to all Basilica School of St. Paul families to attend an afternoon Mass with our Pastor, Father Tim Daly, followed by food and fellowship in the Mullally Hall.


Faculty, Staff, Ft. Tim and Deacon Edwin will lead discussions about our Catholic traditions and beliefs that are practiced daily in our Catholic Faith.  Please join us with your family to learn and grow in this opportunity here at the Basilica School of St. Paul.


Mass begins at 4:00p.m. in the Church

Dinner at 5:00p.m. in the Mullally Hall

Presentation to follow at 5:30p.m.


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Hurricane Make-Up Days

Our Diocese Superintendent has provided principals with direction for implementation of make-up school days for Hurricane Irma.  We missed a total of four days.   The Governor has waived one day. And, our Superintendent has waived one day.  That leaves us a total of two days to make-up.  Our Superintendent has allowed us to use our Service PD day and another PD day for make-up.  That means, as of now, Friday, February 16th and Friday, March 9th will now be incorporated back in as regular school days.

School Update - School is OPEN

We hope and pray that everyone made it safely through Hurricane Irma. We know that some families are still without power, but the school is open.  We usually follow the Volusia County School Schedule, but we decided to open today as a service to the community because we able to provide the students an air conditioned, safe environment, food from the cafeteria, and give parents an opportunity to deal with any personal issues without needing to worry about their children. We are not counting any tardiness and all absences will be excused this week so that the parents have the opportunity to get their lives back together.  
Parents, it is okay if your child is out of town or is absent, just know that it will not count against them and they will not miss any new material.  As a community of faith, we must move forward with compassion for our families as we continue to pray for all of those affected by Hurricane Irma.
Thank You.