Principal’s Message 3/24/19

This week’s Principal’s Message is bittersweet. It is both a “goodbye” and a “good luck” to a longtime employee and friend of the Saint Mary School community. On Friday, March 22nd, we said farewell to Ms. Dana Sudziarski who has accepted a new position at Trenton Catholic Academy. “Ms. S” was
in her 19th year working at Saint Mary School as the technology director. She worked with pre-k through 8th grade students teaching them how to maneuver around the continuously changing world of technology.   She also coached the varsity softball team for many years, and just finished another successful year as the cheerleading coach/director which she has been doing for over 10 years. I guess you could say that Ms. Sudziarski was full invested in our school! She will be sorely missed by all here at SMS.
Having bid Ms. Sudziarski “adieu”, we are left with a large hole to fill. In her absence, I am looking to fill her responsibilities by breaking out the different aspects of the position and enlisting the assistance of possibly a few people. The positions I am looking to fill immediately are:
  • Computer Teacher-Prospective teacher will teach classes from grades
pre-k to grade 6, utilizing Diocese of Trenton Technology Curriculum. This is a part-time position, tied to the current school schedule, but could lead to a permanent situation for the upcoming school year;
  • Technology Support Staff-Prospective employee will collect technology work orders from staff and address issues involving equipment. Hours would be after school and pay would be negotiated based upon anticipated workload.
** Interested parties should contact Craig Palmer, Principal, at 732-671-0129 or submit a resume’ to
Please check our website, Facebook page and the Church bulletin for updates and upcoming events that you can enjoy with us. Please continue to pray for our school, its staff, students and families, and our clergy as we strive to provide an education that is unapologetically Catholic, family centered, caring to others and respectful to all. “It’s a great day to be a Saint!”
I hope you continue to have a blessed and prosperous Lenten Season!
Craig Palmer