Supporting the belief that parents are the first and primary educators of their children, we as educators at St. Dorothy School pledge ourselves to cooperate with parents in the important responsibility of preparing children to become contributing members of the community. To achieve this, we strive to provide and encourage participation in opportunities for holistic development in these areas; religious, Christian service, intellectual, social, aesthetic, psychological, ecological, emotional, and physical. In collaboration with parents, we expect to fulfill this responsibility through the presentation and review of Catholic doctrine, practice of a community of faith, multimedia and multicultural experiences, physical education, extra curricular programs, and the dedicated commitment of the teachers and staff.
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