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ACS Alum is Valedictorian!

Congratulations to one of our own, Patrick Doumit. Patrick attended Annunciation Catholic School from PreK through 8th grade and went on to attend high school at Heritage Academy. He is the Valedictorian of the 2024 class! Patrick's mother Terri Doumit says, "Choosing a school to begin a child's formation is an important calling as a parent. When our children were young, we know Annunciation was teh right choice because as Catholic parishioners we knew they would receive more than rigorous academic foundation. We knew God would be at the center of all they did. After Patrick graduated from ACS, he held fast to his faith and let it guide him daily in making decisions."

Now Accepting Applications for 2024/2025

All faith traditions welcome. In fact, half our student and staff population is non-Catholic. We provide a challenging curriculum with a focus on STEM and the arts. We offer Dyslexia Therapy four days a week.

Mrs. Young named Lowndes County Chamber of Commerce Elementary Teacher of the Year!

Mrs. Young has taught at Annunciation Catholic School for 8 years. She has a Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education from MS State and a Masters in Education Leadership.
She LOVES teaching first grade because of, "the growth you see in these kids from the beginning of the year to the end of the year. One of my favorite things is teaching them to read and watching a whole other world open up for them."
You are touching student's lives Mrs. Young, and this is such a well deserved honor.
The Chamber will recognize Mrs. Young and all their teachers at an awards ceremony April 25th.

Mrs. Moore Presents at National Conference

Mrs. Moore's positivity and optimism is CONTAGIOUS! (Seriously...)

This week ACS 4th Grade Teacher, Mrs. Moore, presented at a national conference.

Three of our amazing teachers attended the NCEA - National Catholic Educational Association's Conference in Pittsburgh.

Mrs. Moore presented on how teachers can build a love for learning through excitement and motivation! "It was such an honor to share with Catholic educators and administrators from across the country ways to motivate students and rejuvenate their passion for teaching. As they return to their schools next week they will implement the tools and techniques that I showcased: from creating a stage, to balloon pops, to fear factor, to timed challenges. One lucky teacher even ate a cricket in front of the 200 people that attended the presentation!!" said Mrs. Moore.

We are thankful for teachers that want to continue learning!

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