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  • Featured Teacher


     

    Featured Teacher of the Week
    Mrs. Tricia O’ Kane
    Grade 2

     
     
         Mrs. O’Kane, our expert second grade teacher at MPRCS, graduated from West Chester University and has been expanding the minds of seven year olds for twenty six years!
         She is married and has two sons. Her oldest, Sean, lives and works in the area, and Patrick is a freshman at The University of South Carolina. So, as an empty nester, she’ll have more time to whip up delicious blueberry pies, cookies and her grandmother’s favorite stuffing!
         Speaking of family, as one of 5 children, her best memories are vacationing in Ocean City, NJ, where she continues this tradition with her extended family.
         A little known fact is that she took a break from teaching to be the assistant to the VP of the Philadelphia Convention and Visitor’s Center. But, she missed the children so much that she came back to her first love, teaching.
         Mrs. O’Kane does say if she had a fantasy job, she’d like to move to Waco, Texas and step in the shoes of Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper on HGTV!
         Her favorite book is Tuesdays with Morrie and, unless she is gardening, she doesn’t like to miss an episode of This is Us.
         “Facetious” is her all-time favorite word. Why? It has all of the vowels in alphabetical order!
         And she’s not being facetious when she shares her most meaningful quote: “If you stop every single time that you were about to say “I have to” and exchange it for “I get to”, you may have a totally different experience.
         Wise words to follow. Thanks, Mrs. O’Kane!
  • Allergy and Medical Conditions

    If your child has allergies or medical conditions that require us to have epi pens and/or medications on hand at school, you need to complete a Food Allergy Action Plan. This plan needs to be signed by the parent or guardian and the physician. Any medications needed for the plan must be in the original container. All plans must have specific instructions and proper signatures. The plan may be found at the below links.

    Welcome Letter
    Action Plan

  • New Vaccination Requirements

    Please click the attached link to see the new vaccination requirements for the upcoming school year!

    http://mpregional.org/documents/2017/8/20170817091346341.pdf

  • Congratulations SeaPerch

    There were 33 middle schools competing this year at the Greater Philadelphia SeaPerch Challenge on March 17th. MPRCS students brought home a 2nd place trophy for their Design Notebook and a 6th place finish for their pool performance (vehicle and piloting)! CONGRATULATIONS!  SEE THE PRESS RELEASE.

  • Mother of Providence Receives Connelly Foundation Grants

    Mother of Providence Regional Catholic School recently received two grants from the Connelly Foundation. Through the Connelly Foundation’s PACT (Promoting Achievement through Classroom Technology) program, Mother of Providence is pleased to be receiving 30 new Chromebooks with Google EDU Management Console Licenses as well as a cart for storage and charging. A second grant was received for a 3D Printer and software to enhance the school's STEM program.
    SEE THE PRESS RELEASE