July 10, 2020
Dear SPC Families,
I pray this email finds you enjoying the summer. Earlier today, the Office of Catholic Schools released guidelines to schools regarding reopening for Fall 2020. You should have received an email from the Archdiocese of Chicago, which included a general overview of the plan and a detailed FAQ document.
In the next three weeks, I will be collaborating with two teams (The Academics Reopening Team and the Health and Safety Reopening Team) to tailor the plan to St. Paul of the Cross's specific needs. Once the Archdiocese approves our plan, I will host webinars for our community detailing the plan. The tasks of the reopening teams include but are not limited to:
Academic Reopening Team:
- Create a comprehensive academic plan that includes the revision of current curriculum maps.
- Identify cohorts and revise master schedules to prioritize academics within the new health and safety guidelines.
- Development of an assessment plan that emphasizes the use of diagnostic tests in early September to identify student learning needs.
- Establish a comprehensive social/emotional plan to support students and faculty in returning to school.
- Establish the plan for professional development for teachers that supports the revised curriculum maps, instructional strategies, use of data, and fully integrating social and emotional learning in the classroom.
- Design a plan for meaningful and relevant prayer and ongoing faith formation opportunities for faculty, staff, and students aligned with the reopening guidance.
Health and Safety Reopening Team
- Create a detailed plan for traffic flow for cohorts traveling around the buildings.
- Create an arrival and dismissal plan-identify what cohorts utilize each door.
- Secure PPE for the start of the school year.
- Develop schedules for recess, PFAs, and lunch, given new guidelines.
- Prepare main offices and work areas to ensure social distancing
- Develop a plan for regular cleaning and disinfecting of buildings focused on shared spaces, commonly touched areas, and bathrooms.
While much of the list above can appear daunting to complete prior to the start of the school year, much of the work has already been completed. I am confident in our ability to return to school in August. In the meantime, I am asking your assistance with the following:
1. Help Prepare your child for wearing a Mask in the Fall:
As a parent, I understand how we are all feeling sending our kids back to school in masks. The resources below are useful tools to read in helping our students adjust to the "new normal" of wearing masks.
2. PLEASE COMPLETE THE RE-ENROLLMENT PROCESS & TUITION PLAN (FORMERLY THE SUMMER MAILING)
Thank you to those that selected their payment plan in the tuition section of the online enrollment process. Please complete the online enrollment forms listed in the left menu, beginning with the Enrollee Information form. The tuition portion is required now, and all other portions may be completed and submitted by August 1st.
Feedback will be provided throughout the process to help you complete the enrollment packet. A yellow caution sign will appear in the menu next to forms that are missing required information. If a form contains all required information, a green checkmark will appear next to the form's menu item. You may save and return to your packet at any time.
No classroom assignments or class schedules will be distributed until the re-enrollment has been finalized. On August 6th, we will be mailing home classroom assignments and schedules. If your family has not completed the above re-enrollment, your mailing will be delayed.
3. BRIEF PARENT SURVEY
After reading the Archdiocese documents (directly below), please COMPLETE A BRIEF PARENT SURVEY: This will help inform the work of the reopening teams.
Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
Fall 2020 Updates and Plans
June 12, 2020
Dear SPC Families,
I pray this finds you all enjoying this gorgeous day. The teachers have wrapped up the school year, cleaned up their rooms, and departed for the summer! However, the building is anything but quiet as we work with maintenance to move rooms, inventory books, and see the exciting construction of our UGC lower level. As your minds turn toward keeping your children occupied this summer, my mind has made a swift turn to planning for our Fall reopening! My goal is to keep you informed to the best of my knowledge. My commitment to you all is to keep you informed as information becomes available even if I do not have all the answers.
On Monday, June 8th, Cardinal Cupich announced that along with the Archdiocese Office of Catholic Schools and local school administrators, there is every expectation that our schools will be open in the fall. And that we will employ measures that keep the safety of your children a top priority. We are working with experts in this area, as well as state and local public health officials. Anyone returning to one of our school buildings can have confidence that we have taken every measure possible: enhanced regular cleaning and disinfecting of high contact areas, the use of plexiglass barriers in common spaces such as main offices, the availability of adequate supplies of sanitizer and PPE, and temperature checks on anyone showing symptoms.Please listen to his message here.
On Thursday, June 11th, I participated in the first webinar outlining the focus areas of the plan to reopen. While the plan is broken into five parts for administrators, I will address the primary issues of Academics and Health and Safety. The Archdiocese will be providing a more detailed and comprehensive plan in the upcoming weeks that will be used to guide our reopening.
Here are some of the considerations and possible protocols that are in development:
HEALTH AND SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS:
To keep the health and safety of all our children and faculty safe, the Archdiocese is planning for reopening using a "cohort" model. This model ensures that groups of students remain together during the school day. This may mean some of the following:
- Students remain in the classroom, and specials teachers move around to the classrooms.
- Cohorts may be defined by a particular grade or a specific classroom depending on forthcoming guidelines. For example, if Mrs. Rinaldi's kindergarten class is defined as a cohort, that class would not interact during the school day with other kindergarten classes or different cohorts. The definition of cohorts has not been defined yet and may differ based on grade levels.
- Cohorts at the upper grades may be defined as a single grade level; for example, 8th grade may be able to move around in different configurations. Until this is defined, we are holding off on sending out the elective choices for 7th and 8th grade.
- When students are in class in their cohort, they may not need masks. However, masks would need to be worn traveling around the building. For example, if students went to P.E., they would put on their masks to travel to and from the gym. If grades 6-8 are allowed to travel to other classrooms, they would put a mask on traveling to different rooms.
- If students in grades 6-8 are allowed to change rooms, all desks would be sanitized after each class period.
- Cohorts would have recess together and eat lunch in their classrooms.
- Students would not share school supplies
- Dedicated doors for cohorts for arrival and dismissal (thankfully, we have MANY doors).
- Bathrooms and all high-touch areas cleaned multiple times a day. (You may recall we started these protocols in February)
- Creation of classroom management plans that address student learning and prioritize socialization and social-emotional needs.
- Re-entry plans for the teaching of protocols on hygiene, social distancing, and arrival and dismissal plans.
- Revision of Year Long Curriculum Maps to account for the teaching and assessments of content and standards. How do we catch up and recalibrate what needs to be taught?
- A plan for continued remote learning if a family is not comfortable sending their child to school.
SPC ACTION PLAN MOVING FORWARD:
1. Reopening Teams
Reopening teams are being formed this summer to plan for the fall. The teams will be comprised of faculty, parents, and staff, and will focus on implementing the Archdiocese plan as it relates to SPC's needs. These teams will meet once I have been given the protocols from the Archdiocese. The teams are as follows:
- The Operations Team will focus on safety, hygiene, cleanliness, arrival dismissal, master schedule for students.
- The Academic Team will coordinate the instructional approach, possible e-learning needs, social-emotional learning, and supporting students.
2. Communications to Stakeholders
Once specific logistics are designed, I will host a series of grade-level specific webinars to communicate and discuss the plan for St. Paul of the Cross School. I do not anticipate these happening before mid-July.
3. Survey of Parents
Next week, please look for a survey to complete that will help guide the work for the reopening teams. This survey will be specific to SPC.
4. Collaboration with Faculty and Staff
This morning I met with all the faculty and staff on a Zoom call and shared the above information. I followed up with a survey so that our faculty can begin to envision what these guidelines may look like in their classroom as well as think about the support needed to make this happen at SPC. As I review the survey and read the comments, I can tell you that the "let's do this" attitude of our teachers is amazing; they are committed to making this work and having their students in classrooms again! They are eager to serve on committees and bring their creativity to the classroom. I am grateful for their partnership!
In closing, there are many logistics to be worked out. I do not have all the answers at the moment and I know more questions remain. I hope by sharing the idea of the cohort model with you, along with some of the considerations related to academics, health, and safety, you may share in my hope that we will be together again in the fall, even if it is not business as usual. I am confident that as we work in close collaboration with the Archdiocese, we will develop a comprehensive plan for reopening our school in the fall! Thank you for your attention to this lengthy letter.
Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
June 2, 2020
Dear SPC Families,
My goodness, what a year! I know many of you feel as I do, that this year was perhaps the longest school year ever! Thank you for your continued feedback and patience as we walked together through these times. As a principal, I am relieved that e-learning is coming to an end. As a parent, I am over the moon that it is over! These past few days, it has been wonderful to see so many faces as you drop off and pick up school supplies, and it is nice to have the campus a little busy and full of life again. Although we have been apart for so many weeks, I have always felt the closeness of the SPC community. Last week, we gathered to send our graduates off in an extraordinary and meaningful way that commemorated these unique times while celebrating their graduation. I am so proud of their resilient spirit throughout all of this.
I want to take the opportunity to thank our amazing faculty and staff! Throughout this entire experience, the care and concern they showed for their students was first and foremost in all they did! Overnight, I asked them to do the impossible, and they responded to remote learning with their whole hearts and creativity, all the while trying to maintain personal connections with their students. We are so blessed to have them at St Paul of the Cross!
This email is being sent to all our current and new families for next year, as it contains both essential and exciting information for our upcoming year! It is a long email (thank you for your attention to the communication) which hopes to inform you about the following:
- Fall 2020!
- The Catholic Church’s Response to recent events in our Country
- FACTS Summer Paperwork--A parent's summer to-do list!
- Summer Office Hours
- Facility, Technology Improvements and room moves
- Announce the faculty and staff who are transitioning to other adventures.
- Announce the new hires for 2020-2021. I am happy to announce that we have all our faculty and staff hired for next year.
- Summer Reading
- Announce new Electives for our 7th and 8th Grades
End of Year Mass
We will gather (hopefully via Facebook Live) on Friday, June 5th, at 9:00 am for our final Mass!
I know this is the question on all of our minds, I continue to pray that we are all back in the buildings in August 2020! I am still waiting on directives from the Governor's Office and the Archdiocese of Chicago for the protocol guidelines in the fall. It will not be up to principals to decide on the plan; the plan will be given to us. We are continuing to plan as if we will be in school. The guidance on how it will look depends on directives from the Illinois Department of Public Health, the Governor’s Office, and the Office of Catholic Schools. I know all share in my desire to know the plans for the fall; as soon as I know the details, I will communicate it to all families. We know schools open in Phase 4 of Governor Pritzker’s plan, and I am hopeful that Illinois moves to that phase this summer!
I fully anticipate that daily operations of school will look different. I have included a list of points that we expect as possibilities for the fall; this is speculation based on what I have been reading. To that end, we have already worked to secure and/or planned for the following:
- Touchless thermometers ( I anticipate that we will be checking temperatures of students and guests to SPC).
- Foamless Instant Hand Sanitizer for all classrooms
- Necessary PPP (gloves and masks).
- Lands End has added masks to the uniforms website (not necessary to order from Lands End should masks be required)
- Conversations with the cleaning company on new protocols related to sanitizing and cleaning have begun.
- Initial discussions about the protocols for arrival and dismissal. It is highly likely that there will be scattered times for grade levels for arrival and dismissal, which will allow for smaller groups to gather.
- I anticipate that we will have virtual orientations (or conduct smaller groups) and a virtual Back to School Night. Events such as Info Fair, Grandparents Day, Christmas Concerts will look very different and may be conducted in school during the day and videotaped for parents.
- Fun Run will be in the spring of 2021 rather than in the fall.
- Parent-Teacher Conferences will probably take place via Zoom.
- Students may eat lunch in their rooms, and there will be smaller groups for recess.
- Limited passing times throughout the day.
- We may have to limit student movement by having the teachers move rather than the students throughout the day.
- Athletics: We are waiting for more directives, and then the principals will confer with the conference to make plans.
- Field Trips: I am temporarily suspending all field trip planning for the 2020-2021 school year. The $75/child field trip fee will not be added to your FACTS account. When it is safe to do so, we will resume field trips. They will be billed to families as they are planned. There will be no field trip fee next year.
What will it look like IF we return for remote learning?
We have learned a considerable amount of what works and what doesn’t work during remote learning. If we return for remote learning, we will be reevaluating what that looks like. I will say confidently that remote learning will be offered for all grades Preschool-8 should that be required. If you would like to share your personal experiences with remote learning, please feel free to email me.
Resources for Helping our Children with Recent Events
George Floyd’s murder is truly tragic and heartbreaking. As followers of Jesus Christ, we are reminded of our role as peacemakers in our lives. Our faith compels us to seek justice in the face of systemic racism and inequity. We want to share some resources that may assist you in talking to your children in the wake of the disruption of our city and suburbs. Please click here for excellent resources. May God continue to watch over and protect our city and all of our first responders!
Summer To-Do List for Parents
FACTS Summer Paperwork and Tuition Accounts
We have moved to an entirely online “summer paperwork” portal! Please complete and upload all necessary forms to your family's account. It will help you greatly in years to come as you will only have to verify information rather than filling out multiple forms. Thank you for your cooperation in completing this work by August 1, 2020. If you have not appropriately filled out the forms, you will not be able to receive your child's classroom assignments in August.
How will I find out my child’s teacher/schedule for next year:
We will await information on the fall to decide on how to handle the Information Fair. We may be able to schedule times (similar to the end of year book drop off) for families to come and collect their schedules and purchase used uniforms.
How Do I Request a Teacher for Next Year?
We are blessed at SPC with talented and wonderful teachers. Teacher requests will not be honored. I understand that sometimes our children need a "type of teacher," and we will certainly honor those types of requests. For example, I believe teachers are a mix of "Friendly, Firm, and Fair." Sometimes Teacher A may be "Firm, Fair and Friendly --in that order while Teacher B may be Friendly, Firm and Fair--in that order. We also know as parents that sometimes our children may benefit from Teacher A's style over Teacher B's style of teaching. Every effort is made to take those types of considerations into account when creating class lists.
I am so excited for my child to return to school! What supplies do they need?
Please click here for the complete supply list. Home and School will also be offering the supply boxes; more information will follow.
Summer Office Hours
Beginning on June 16th through August 13th, the EGC Office will be open as follows:
- Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00 am-12:00 pm
- The office will be closed on Mondays and Fridays
- The school offices will be closed from July 13-July 24th
- The UGC Office will be closed for the summer. All dates and times are also on our school calendar.
Summer Room Moves, Technology Installation & Capital Improvements
- All the brand new SMART boards are being installed this week! They are gorgeous, and I know the teachers can’t wait to start using them!
- We are replacing all Chromebooks for Grades 5-8 with the rugged Chromebook models, which allows us to deploy the older Chromebooks to other classrooms!
- The Upper Grade Center's lower level construction is rolling along! We will have a beautiful new library, STEM lab, and Faculty room. Stay tuned on social media for photos of the progress.
- The AB room is being transformed into a new 21st Century Classroom that will also be available for parish meeting space in the evenings.
- The Gym Divider is being installed as well as brand new padding on the stage and walls.
- 3rd Grade is moving to the UGC building --3rd grade will remain wholly self-contained and will not follow the Master Schedule of Grades 4-8.
Faculty and Staff Moving on:
We wish you the best of success in the future, and thank you for your service to St. Paul of the Cross!
- Robin Gialanella
- Kelly Faquin
- Kathy Manny
- Marge Lushniak-Happy Retirement!!!
2020-2021 Grade Level Assignments and Restructuring of Staff
- Kelly Spanos
- Megan Dietz
- Nora McDevitt (New)
- Mary Connolly
- Stefanie Xamplas
- Ashley Kusinski
- Roberta Kraft
- Mary Ruth Rinaldi
- Kate Murphy
- Jennifer Ciupinski
1st Grade Team
- Susan Hader
- Stephanie Golden
- Susan Dohr
2nd Grade Team
- Monica Chaparro
- Stephanie Galvin
- Melissa McCallister
3rd Grade Team
- Gail Johnson
- Megan Chambers
4th-5th Grade Team
- Todd Cerjack (New)
- Nichole Lewandowski
- Becky Zimmerman
- Carla Huber (New)
- Gabriella Valdez
6th-8th Grade Team
- Kathleen Hayes (New)
- Beth Pecoraro
- Melinda Meo
- Paul Okimoto
- Chris Stypka
- Erin Guarnieri
- Monica Schultz
- Meghan Donahue (New)
- Mary Ellen Ufheil
- Natalie Whalen
- Alex Bravos
- Theresa Scordo
- Peggy Godley (K-2)
- Tina Bull (3-5) (New)
- Dorothy Ross (6-8)
Restructuring of the Administrative Team
We look forward to continuing to build our programs with the addition of two new administrators. This will allow SPC to move forward with a strong support system for both faculty and staff and the needs of all students!
Director of Admissions: Mrs. Meghan Waldeck
Director of Institutional Advancement: Mrs. Mary Ploen
As we continue to expand and grow our programs and enrollment, Mrs. Waldeck will transition to being responsible for all activities related to Admissions for Grades Preschool-8. While Mrs. Ploen will continue to work on advancing the development efforts.
Support for Students and Teachers
Director of Curriculum and Instruction: Welcome Mrs. Cathy Hart!
This new position replaces the former math coach position and the curricular piece of the Director of Early Childhood. In partnership with the other administrators, Mrs. Hart will assist in making sure our curriculum is incorporating best practices and innovations to support student learning while maintaining the standards of excellence and rigor in support of the mission and teaching philosophy. She will also assist with teacher evaluations and professional development. Her years of Catholic school experience are a tremendous asset to our school.
Director of Student Wellness and Support Services: Welcome Mrs. Ronda Quinn
This position will assist with infusing social and emotional learning into the curriculum as well as provide counseling to our students who previously saw United Stand or D64. She will also assist the inclusion team and teachers in RtI service planning. Together with the administration and faculty, she will work to create a comprehensive program for social-emotional support for all students.
Director of Technology & Computer Science Teacher: Welcome Mr. Joseph Agostinelli
Mrs. Moran will be transitioning to retirement in the fall of 2020. To allow for a smooth transition in the area of technology, Mr. Agostinelli joins us to oversee the comprehensive technology program at SPC. He will also teach some electives for Grades 7-8!
Welcome New Faculty and Staff 2020-2021! Please click here to read our new faculty and staff bios.
7th and 8th Grade Elective Program 2020-2021
We are excited to announce that the following electives are being offered to 7th and 8th-grade students for the 2020-2021 school year. All elective courses will take place during 6th period to allow for easier scheduling. Core academic courses will take place for all 7th and 8th graders during periods 1-5. 8th-grade students will be given preference in the scheduling. Given availability, we cannot guarantee that students will receive their top 3 choices. Students will take a new elective each trimester. Elective courses are graded.
All rising 7th and 8th-grade students will be sent a link by the end of June to select their elective course. In the meantime, think about your choices! Please click here for the course descriptions.
Summer Reading and Math
It has been a practice at SPC to include some summer work. However, that work has been assigned after a regular school year. Given the exhaustion associated with remote learning---let’s just have a relaxing summer!
Directions: Pick up a good book, enjoy some time away from the screen, and read for fun! There will be no required projects for this year.
The previous year's math and reading packets can be found here if you would like some supplemental work for your student.
In closing, I pray you are all able to enjoy a wonderful and healthy summer. As I conclude my second full year as Principal of SPC, I am eternally grateful for the privilege of being able to lead this beautiful community! See you all in the fall….or around town!
Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
May 13, 2020
Dear SPC Families,
I pray you are well and have been able to get outside today and enjoy the gorgeous weather. Here are a few updates regarding the end of the year:
MAY 26th at 5:30: PLEASE JOIN US IN A VERY SPECIAL PARADE TO CELEBRATE OUR GRADUATES!
We need your help in showing our SPC love to the Class of 2020. We all know the end of their 8th-grade year was not what we envisioned for them, but we still want to send them off with a celebration. One of the things we have planned is an SPC Parade. Please join us on May 26th from 5:30-6:00. Our graduates will be lined up (social distancing) in their caps and gowns along Ridge Terrace and Summit. I know it would mean a lot to see so many of their SPC family wish them well!
END OF YEAR COLLECTION OF PERSONAL BELONGINGS & RETURN OF BOOKS
You will receive grade-level specific information regarding this process. We are still working out logistics. This will be communicated to families the week of May 25th. Collection for grades Preschool-7 will take place the week of June 1st. Given the large number of students and the need to social distance, the collection may extend into June 8-9th. Your student will be given a specific time and specific location to come to campus to drop off materials.
I know this is at the forefront of many of our minds. However, at this time, I do not have any information regarding what the beginning of school may look like. While SPC will have approximately 620 students, please keep in mind that we have the luxury of having two buildings to sort through logistics. According to Governor Pritzker, schools opening are Phase 4. Here are a few things I anticipate based on the phased approach of the opening of Illinois and have been mentioned in various conversations.
- There will be no large gatherings. For example, we will probably not have a large Back to School Parent Night. All-School Masses will not happen until it is safe to do so.
- Possible temperature checks as students enter the building.
- Only employees allowed in the building.
- Scattered times for arrival and dismissal.
- Changes to passing periods for the UGC.
I want to say that this is all speculation. As soon as we receive guidance from the Illinois State Board of Education, Illinois Department of Public Health, and the Archdiocese of Chicago, I will communicate the plan. However, we are currently focussing our energy on the details required to end the school year.
I look forward to seeing you all at the parade tomorrow!
Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
Scholastic Book Fair MAY 11 - SEPT. 4
We're having a Summer Read-a-Palooza Virtual Book Fair! You can support SPC while discovering favorite characters, series, and collections all summer long. Orders are delivered right to your doorstep and you can take advantage of FREE shipping on book-only purchases over $25.
Let's make this a summer to instill a love of reading!
May 1, 2020
Dear SPC Parents,
I pray this finds you all healthy and enjoying this beautiful sunshine!
We have just completed week 7 of the stay at home order and are preparing for another five weeks of remote learning. I am fully aware that this has not been easy, and while many of us have eased into a routine and pattern, the extended time can begin to take a toll on all of us. The reality of this extended situation requires another pivot in our remote learning plan. The Illinois State Board of Education has allowed schools to take five additional days as professional development days throughout the rest of the school year. To gear up for another five weeks of remote learning, we have decided to implement the following:
- No academic work will be assigned on the remaining Fridays in May (May 8, May 15, May 22, May 29). These days will be used for teachers to catch up and plan. These will also be days that can be used for students to catch up on missing work. These days will be an opportunity for students to engage in some social-emotional activities or get outside and enjoy (hopefully) beautiful weather.
- Teachers will not be available for Zoom calls or Google Hangout meetings.
- Teachers will be providing a variety of social-emotional activities for each grade level that will be posted on Google homeroom pages. THESE ACTIVITIES ARE COMPLETELY OPTIONAL but provide options for students during this extended stay at home. They will be listed as choice boards on Google Classroom.
LAST DAYS OF SCHOOL:
LAST DAY FOR 8th GRADE: May 22
LAST DAY OF PRESCHOOL/PREKINDERGARTEN-June 3
LAST DAY OF KINDERGARTEN-June 4
LAST DAY OF SCHOOL GRADES 1-7 -June 5
LAST DAY TO SUBMIT MISSING WORK FOR ALL GRADES - JUNE 5
GRADING POLICY FOR REMOTE LEARNING THROUGH THE END OF THE YEAR:
The Archdiocese has been carefully considering the guidelines distributed by the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) in regards to grading. In collaboration with the Office of Catholic Schools, the grading policy for SPC is as follows:
- We will ensure that positive learning continues through e-learning and alternative learning.
- All grades are updated in Powerschool for grades 3-8. If you have questions related to your child’s progress, please contact the teacher.
- Students will continue to receive grades for assignments, as well as end-of-term grades, based upon the local school’s grading scale.
- Student grades prior to the implementation of remote learning should only be maintained or improved.
- A grade of “I” or incomplete will be reflected in the PowerSchool account if work is not completed. Grades of “I” can be changed to a letter grade when the work is completed. A grade of “I” or incomplete will be reflected on the final 2019-2020 report card if the work is not completed or no remote learning has occurred. This will be reflected in a student’s permanent record.
- All Students have the ability to reassess and resubmit any assigned remote learning assignment until June 5, 2020. This includes 8th-grade students.
- Letter Grades will be assigned for: Math, Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, Religion. PFA’s will be assigned a Pass/Fail. Students in grades 6-8 will earn a grade for Spanish; all other grades will be Pass/Fail. Students in grades 7-8 will also earn a grade for their elective.
- Report cards for preschool-grade 2 will remain the same but may indicate items that were not assessed (which will be indicated as “not assessed” on the report card) given the constraints of remote learning.
- Final report cards will be emailed home on June 10, 2020.
In the next few weeks, we will outline times and procedures for returning textbooks and collecting personal belongings from school.
Thank you for your continued patience and support during this time. I pray that you all remain healthy and safe.
Dr. Erika Mickelburgh
Letter From Fr. Britto To The 8th Graders