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id000153I am very honored to be the Principal of St. Christopher school. My daughter, Ashley, attended St. Christopher from 1996 to 2003. She is now 23 and about to receive her Master's degree from Rivier University!! She still has many fond memories of her days at St. Chris!

My previous positions include Assistant Director of Special Education in Nashua, Special Education Teacher in Nashua, Pre-K and 5th grade teacher at St. Christopher, and many other positions in and out of education. I consider myself very fortunate. I have had the opportunity to experience and learn within several very unique learning communities, and believe that each school has helped shape me as an educator.

It has always been obvious to me that St. Christopher is a very special place with a rich history of excellence, spiritual celebration and community partnership.

I look forward to supporting our staff and students in the continuation of excellence in all forms of learning and to value our most precious resource… the minds, hearts and spiritual well being of our St. Christopher community.

April Principal's Letter




Spring is here!! Longer days to enjoy the sun and warmer weather are right around the corner! I hope!

Throughout Lent, we journeyed with Jesus through his trials and tribulations.  Undaunted by temptation and the Pharisees’ intimidation and deceit, Jesus courageously stayed the course.  As we look  back on Holy Week, we reflect on Jesus’ sufferings unto His physical death on the cross.  On Easter Sunday we celebrated His victory: in submitting Himself to the will of His Father, Jesus defeated death.  His resurrection illustrated the saving power of eternal Love, available to all of us when we acknowledge our sinfulness, open our hearts to the Truth and commit our souls to the Lord. What a nice way to immerse ourselves in Spring!

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March Principal's Letter

easter1Dear Parents and Friends of St. Christopher School,

Lent, the forty days leading up to Easter in the Christian Calendar, has traditionally been used as a time to prepare ourselves inwardly to remember and rejoice in God’s love, shown in Jesus’ Passion (his suffering and death) and his Resurrection. The more time we take to reflect and enter into the meaning of the season, the greater will be our joy on Easter morning and the deeper our faith will grow.

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