St. Anastasia Catholic School

629 Glen Flora Avenue, Waukegan, IL 60085
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Annual School Appeal

Giving to St. Anastasia Catholic School


Dear St. Anastasia School Supporter ,

As the year 2016 winds down, it gives us reason to look back and see the blessings we have received. The students and their families continue to be a blessing to us at St. Anastasia, and with our enrollment being up 6% this year, we have more blessings! Our generous donors also give us cause for gratitude, as we have been able to continue to enhance the education of these students because or your gifts. We thank you for your continued support.


Our Annual Appeal has made it possible to update our intercom system to ensure the safety of our children. We will soon be updating our wireless network and other technology areas in the school, and our updated reading and foreign language curriculums are also in place. We would not be able to do make these needed enhancements without the generosity of donors like you.
As valuable as these enhancements are, we continue to remain true to our mission of helping these children understand the gifts they possess from God by developing their spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional well-being. This has always been our mission at St. Anastasia. With that in mind, our school board continues to plan for our future, looking forward to adding other needed enhancements. With your support, we will be able to continue the excellent tradition that St. Anastasia Catholic School has always provided.
Your commitment is important to the ongoing success of St. Anastasia. On behalf of the teachers and staff of St. Anastasia, warm thoughts for you and your family during this blessed Christmas season.


Cathie Brolley

Director of Development

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