Join the us and the entire Diocese of Wilmington as we pray a special Novena from May 2-10 to bring about an end to the global Coronavirus pandemic. A Novena consists of nine days of private or public devotion in the Catholic Church to obtain special graces. The number nine is often associated with with suffering in various Scripture stories.
If you are you interested in learning more about our school, or have questions regarding enrollment for the 2020/21 school year, please fill out our New Family Interest Form. SMM has spaces available in most grades for the upcoming school year.
Per the Diocese of Wilmington, we will be moving the SMM experience online for the next weeks effective immediately through March 27th. While we recognize this is a radical change for many, it remains in the best interest of everyone involved.
SMM has postponed our annual 3v3 Basketball Tournament, along with the alumni games scheduled for Friday, March 13th at 8pm, and Saturday, March 14th at noon. Updates to this event will be made when more information become available.
St. Mary Magdalen students had the pleasure of visiting with Bishop Malooly on Thursday, February 20th. We shared prayers, poems, and songs to celebrate the Diocesan theme of the year, "Believe and See the Glory of God."
St. Mary Magdalen has partnered with the Ministry of Caring in Wilmington for over a decade, and this year's Day of Service for Catholic Schools Week was a milestone year for the partnership. Every student in every grade was able to contribute to the meals, blankets, and care packages produced for the Ministry of Caring.
Students who made the honor roll in Trimester 1 received certificates in this week's Friday Folder. We congratulate students in Grades 5-8 who made: Principal’s List (All A’s, G and above in all specials, effort, and conduct grades) Honors (A’s and B’s, S and above in all specials, effort, and conduct grades) Well done!
St. Mary Magdalen School celebrated Grandparents and Grand-friends on Tuesday, November 26th. It was our pleasure to host over 450 grandparents and friends to our Annual Grandparents Day celebration. Our guests were treated to an entertaining morning of songs, poetry, and blessings from our students. Once all grades had performed, our special visitors were welcomed into our classrooms for refreshments and quality time with their grandchildren.
Our Early Childhood Education program celebrated the season with the Annual Fall Festival! The beautiful weather and the support of many parent volunteers helped make the morning a success! Kids enjoyed a variety of fun fall activities, including bagging leaves, eyeball pong, stuffing a scarecrow, an obstacle course, and everyone's favorite-- hands free donut eating!