Transfiguration School

Catholic Schools Week Events


National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. It starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week, which in 2015 is January 25 - 31. Schools typically observe National Catholic Schools Week with Masses, open house and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. Through these events, schools focus on the value Catholic education provides to young people and its contributions to our church, our communities and our nation.


National Catholic Schools Week 2015


Sunday, January 25 - Saturday, January 31, 2015
Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge, and Service


Communion Breakfast: cooked and served by the school faculty and staff following the 10:00 a.m. Mass on Sunday, January 25th.



Open House 9 - 11 AM
4th Annual Pig Races
Silly Stringing of Mrs. Woods 




Heritage Day & Parent Visiting Day 
11:30 AM - 1 PM



Student/Faculty Volleyball Game




The theme for the National Catholic Schools Week 2015 is again “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” The annual observance starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week, which in 2015 is January 25 to January 31. Schools typically celebrate Catholic Schools Week with Masses, open houses, and other activities for students, families, parishioners, and the community at large.

The 2015 theme was developed in 2014 in response to member requests for a theme and logo that would last more than a year, the new theme will be used for at least two more years. This will provide opportunities for schools to brand the week and their ongoing marketing activities with repeated mentions and use of a consistent logo. It’s especially appropriate that this new brand will mark National Catholic Schools Week 2015 – the 41st anniversary of this annual event.

The theme encompasses several concepts that are at the heart of a Catholic education. First, schools are communities—small families in their own right, but also members of the larger community of home, church, city and nation. Faith, knowledge and service are three measures by which any Catholic school can and should be judged.

The new logo features a swirl of colors interacting around a cross, which is at the center of all Catholic education. The vibrancy of the colors and the movement and shadows in the logo portray the inner-connectivity and community life that are present in our Catholic schools.

Heritage Food Day and Family Visiting Day

NCEA Catholic Schools Week website

About the NCEA

The NCEA, founded in 1904, is a professional membership organization that provides leadership, direction and service to fulfill the evangelizing, catechizing and teaching mission of the church. NCEA members include elementary schools, high schools, superintendants, parish religious education programs and seminaries.


What is Catholic Schools Week?
Catholic Schools Week is an annual national celebration of the important role that Catholic elementary and secondary schools across the country play in providing a values-added education for America's young people. Catholic schools are proud of their educational network that emphasizes intellectual, spiritual, moral, physical, and social values in their students.  Celebrating its 41st year, Catholic Schools Week is a key part of the yearlong National Marketing Campaign For Catholic Schools.
When is Catholic Schools Week 2015?
Catholic Schools Week begins the last Sunday in January. This year it is Jan. 25 - Jan. 31. 
What is the theme of CSW?
The theme is:  "Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service."

What does Catholic Schools Week celebrate?
Catholic Schools Week celebrates education that goes beyond preparation for a secular life ─ it is education that prepares students for a Christian life. CSW also celebrates the high standards of excellence and the quality of the education available to all students in Catholic elementary and secondary schools across the U.S.
What is the purpose of the Catholic Schools Week celebration?
The purpose of Catholic Schools Week is to build community awareness of, and involvement in, Catholic schools throughout the country. During this week, many dioceses and schools encourage parents to take full advantage of the benefits of local Catholic schools by enrolling their children in those schools. CSW also is an occasion for schools to interest citizens in volunteering their time and talents to the local Catholic schools.

Who sponsors Catholic Schools Week?
Catholic Schools Week is a joint project of NCEA and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. To learn more about Catholic Schools Week, visit the NCEA Web site at:
How long has Catholic Schools Week been around?
The Catholic Schools Week celebration became an annual event in 1974.  The first national Catholic Schools Week slogan was "Different Where It Counts‑‑Message, Community, Service."