Donahue Academy Catholic Schools Week, January 29 – February 4, 2017

Invite prospective students and their families to our Open House, Sunday January 29 from 1:00-3:00 PM

  • Tour the school and see all the new improvements
  • Visit the classrooms
  • Meet the teachers
  • Listen to our Headmaster, Mr. Chris Smith present at 1:30 and 2:30 PM about the benefits of a Catholic Classical curriculum

Participate in our Food Drive for Catholic Charities of Collier County – Weekend Power Pack Feeding Program

  • Individually sized cereal bars, granola bars, crackers, fruit cups, instant oatmeal, mac-n-cheese, powdered milk, and cereal as well as cans of chili or ravioli are requested
  • Donations may be dropped off at the school office

Purchase a 50/50 Raffle ticket – drawing held on Friday, Feb 3

  • Tickets are $10 each and available in the school office

Guess Faculty and Staff Baby Pictures

  • Check the bulletin board outside the gym
  • Student with most correct guesses will win a prize

Purchase Spirit Wear from Shamrock Central

  • Located on the first floor across from the school office


Sunday Celebrating your parish

  • Wear your school uniform to Mass
  • Invite friends and their families to attend our Open House
  • Purchase items from our new Spirit Store – Shamrock Central
Monday Celebrating your Community

  • Eucharistic Procession after Mass
  • Making Spiritual Bouquets for Benefactors and Board Members
Tuesday Celebrating Students

  • All-school Mass in honor of Major Padgett
  • Student Talent Show
  • Lunch-time treats
  • Homework-free Day
Wednesday Celebrating the Nation

  • Wear Red, White, and Blue with uniform bottoms
  • Guest Speaker from 8:30-9:30 AM
Thursday Celebrating Vocations

  • Dress-down Day – within guidelines and with $1 donation to Our Lady Of Guadalupe Food Pantry
  • Guest Speakers for Grade 3-12 from 8:15-9:30 AM
Friday Celebrating Faculty, Staff and Volunteers

  • RJDA Spirit Day – only Donahue Academy Spirit Wear
  • Faculty / Staff vs. Prep School Volleyball Game

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