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Year End Reflections

As we are celebrating the Great Feast of our Lord’s Ascension, I look back on the past academic year with gratefulness and awe.


Gratefulness, because we have much to celebrate! Our students made excellent academic progress this year, seen both in report cards and test scores. We held entertaining programs that showcased many and varied talents. End of year events were back on our schedule. There were lots of smiles and laughter.

Grateful because faculty, staff, students, parents and community members worked together to overcome obstacles, solve problems and find creative solutions with love and faith!


Awe, because St. Sava Academy committed to providing in-person classes from the beginning of the year, when VERY few other schools and districts even attempted this! There were bumps in the road, but overall, everyone met the pandemic challenge and we prevailed!


As we move into the 2021-2022 school year, some of you will be moving to other schools. We will miss you but know that you will always remain part of the St. Sava Academy family and in our hearts and prayers. If you are returning next fall, thank you for remaining on this journey with us! We look forward to another year of incredible learning and growth.


Please enjoy a healthy, safe and joyful summer!


Since the school office will not be staffed full time until mid-August, if you need to contact us, please email me at principal@stsavaacademy.org.


With love, prayers and respect,


Protinica Michelle

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