A Warm Welcome to St. Nicholas Catholic School

Welcome to St. Nicholas, a “family-oriented” pre-kindergarten through sixth grade Catholic school in Rupert, Idaho.  Our mission is to bring children closer to Christ by providing an excellent integrated religious, academic, and social education in order to develop a Christian attitude, a solid work ethic and respect for themselves and their community.

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Ash Wednesday School Mass 2-26-2020

Posted on February 19, 2020 in: General News

 Our 5/6 grade will be hosting and reading.Parents you are welcome to come and celebrate Ash Wednesday with us! We love having you! 1st Reading: JL 2:12-18 Responsorial Psalm: 51:3-4, 5-6AB, 12-13, 14 AND 17 Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned. 2nd Reading: 2 COR 5:20-6:2 Gospel: MT 6:1-6, 16-18 Songs: Lord Who Throughout These Forty Days                        Faith of Our Fathers Altar Servers: Brooklyn and Arabella

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Job Opening: Elementary School Principal
   St. Nicholas Catholic School (PreK-6) in Rupert, ID is seeking a principal to start in August 2020.  The principal provides spiritual leadership for the school community, preserving and promoting the school’s mission as a Catholic school, in particular promoting/enhancing Catholic Identity as outlined in the Western Catholic Education Association accreditation protocol.  The principal also provides visionary and strategic leadership and personally promotes the success of all students and staff by participating in the development, articulation, a...

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Concert Etiquette

Posted on December 17, 2019 in: General News

St. Nicholas Catholic School Concert Etiquette Enter the auditorium quietly. Once you have been seated, be alert to activity on the stage as the musicians take their place for the concert. Make certain that all pagers and cell­phones are turned off prior to the start of any concert…the sounds they make and the glow from screens are disruptive to the performers. When the conductor enters, it is customary to applaud politely. Clapping is the appropriate way to show appreciation for the performance rather than whistling or cheering.  Whistling, yelling, or screaming is not appropriate at any time b...

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