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REGISTRATION for St. Edward Religious Classes begins April 29th
Registration for religious education classes for the 2012 – 2013 school year for students in grades 1 - 10 will take place at the church before and after all of the Masses on Sunday, April 29th. Online registration will be available from May 1st through July 31st and can be accessed from the St. Edward website: stedward-ma.org/education. In addition, you are still welcome to download a paper registration form and mail it to our office or register in person Monday through Thursday from 9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Registration forms can be mailed to: St. Edward, Office of Religious Education, 133 Spring St., Medfield, MA 02052.
If you are new to town or have a child entering the first grade in the fall, you are invited to register at this time as well. Students need to complete both the 1st and 2nd grades of religious education to receive the Sacraments of Reconciliation and Eucharist at St. Edward. Please contact Elaine Morisi (grades1-5), Joan Carey (grades 6-8) or Christopher Harrigan (Youth Minister, grades 9 and 10) in the Religious Education Office (508-359-6150) with any questions. We would love to hear from you!
Whether you register online or in person, we ask that you do so no later than July 31st. Our staff and parent volunteers work over the summer to be ready for you when September comes. Registration forms are crucial to this process because we rely on an accurate student count to do our work. Thank you for taking the time to register during this busy time of year!
|Where||St. Edward Parish Education Office 133 Spring St, Medfield, MA 02052|
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|Who to bring||Kids, Teens, Families|
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|Price||Tuition fees vary - please refer to the St. Edward Registration form for details|
More About St. Edward Parish Education Office
Education plays an important role at Saint Edward Parish as the church prides itself as a successful learning community and strongly encourages the role of parents serving as primary educators of faith and has a staff of more than 100 parents and parish volunteers to religiously educate 1,200 students in grades 1 - 10. The parish has one member from its Religious Education team responsible for coordinating and assisting each age level: elementary, middle and high schools.