St. Mary's Religious Education
Educational instruction is available for children in grades 1 through 10. This is a very large program, serving almost 2900 students.
If you are interested in enrolling children or volunteering to assist in one of many different aspects of the program, please call the Religious Education Office, 528-1450 or email
Karen Ackles at email@example.com or
Jayne Malonson at firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 Safety Program Form more >>>
Religious Education Schedules Grade 2 through 6, see sidebar on right.
Safety Week Schedule (Grades 2-6) more >>>
Religious Education Schedules Grade 7 through 10 :
Grade 7 Fall Session more >>>
Grade 7 Spring Session more >>>
Grade 8 Fall Session more >>>
Grade 8 Spring Session more >>>
Confirmation 1 (Gr. 9) Fall Session more >>>
Confirmation 1 (Gr. 9) Spring Session more >>>
Confirmation 2 (Gr. 10) Fall Session more >>>
Confirmation 2 (Gr. 10) Spring Session more >>>
Attention Grade One Parents:
Religious Education for First Communion is a two-year program which usually corresponds with the child’s first and second grades in school, but can also correspond with the child’s second and third grade in school, depending on when they are initially registered. The first year the students complete the book at home with their parents following our schedule. The second year, the students attend classes at the Parish Center (across from the church).
For more information, please call the Religious Education Office at 508-528-1450.
7th & 8th Grade Drop Off/Pick-Up Procedure
Please enter Crescent Street via Hillside Road or Main Street. Then go down to Queen Street. Enter the back of the school parking lot, pull up to the courtyard to drop off or pick-up your child. Finally, exit the parking lot onto Pleasant Street.
DO NOT ENTER QUEEN STREET OFF OF PLEASANT STREET
NO CHILD IS ALLOWED TO LEAVE THE COURTYARD WITHOUT AN ADULT. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO GO THROUGH THE CAR LINE, THEN YOU CAN PARK AND WALK OVER TO THE COURTYARD TO GET YOUR CHILD. HOWEVER, THE PARENTS MUST COME TO THE CHILD.
This policy was developed in conjunction with the Franklin Police Department and will be strictly enforced.
For those who would like to see the roads, you can go to MapQuest and click on directions and put in Benjamin Franklin Classical Public Charter School for both locations and it will show you a map of the streets listed above.
Information for Private Catholic High School Students More >>>
Confirmation 1 Students must choose a Confirmation Sponsor. It is very important that when you choose a Sponsor you follow the Archdiocese of Boston Confirmation Guidelines included in the Confirmation Sponsor Form. Please print out this form and return it to the Religious Education Office by May 28, 2013.
Community Service Hours:
Our Confirmation Program is a two-year program usually completed in grades 9&10. All Confirmation students will be required to complete 20 hours of service before they receive the sacrament of Confirmation. The service information will be recorded on our service log. It will be the student’s responsibility to record and maintain the hours. Once completed, they can be submitted to our office (201 Main St.).
Some examples of Community Service are:
--Helping out in the schools
--Helping out in Religious Education
--Helping out at St. Mary’s Church
--Helping at a nursing home
--Helping out at the library
--Helping out at the Senior Center
--Helping out with St. Vincent de Paul
Religious Education Staff:
Karen Ackles, Administrator: email@example.com
Jayne Malonson, Administrator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Liz Bertoni, Secretary: email@example.com
Patricia Murphy, Secretary/Registration: firstname.lastname@example.org