Augustine Elementary School
of the Archdiocesan Parochial School system
of New York, St. Augustine offers a Dominican Education under the
direction of the Saint Augustine Parish and the Dominican
Sisters of Our Lady of the Springs.
mission is to teach Catholic doctrine and to develop strong Christian
values that give children a knowledge and love of God and their
We educate the whole child,
considering each student's mental, physical and spiritual well-being as
well as his or her intellectual development. Our end goal is the
development of responsible, moral and caring individuals within the
faith community and the world at large.
If you wish
to register your child
for the 2017 – 2018 School Year
please call 914-941-3849 ext 1
to set up an appointment.
Prep for Next YearDon't forget to order your supplies for next year.
(Deadline to place "Pack to School" orders is June 21, 2017.)
Check out the summer assignments.
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Augustine Students in
Eagle Park May 7, 2017
Hard work and dedication pays off.
to Mr. Gallagher and 3 players from SAS who
participated in a Middle School Competition in Connecticut May 7. James
Sutterlin placed 4th, Jaxon Calvert placed 3rd and Sean Griffin 2nd
place – just one win away from 1st.
Theiss and a contingent participated in the Tri-County Science
Fair held at the White Plains High School last weekend.
Montes and Gabbi Lopez took 2nd place in Biology.
Mangialardi, Jessica Petrullo and Deeya Patel won 2nd place in Physics.
Prep hosted the Math Olympiad in New Rochelle. 15 schools, both public
and Catholic, participated in this annual event. Our team consisted of
Divek Patel, Jackson Finewood, Anthony Torricella, Ryan Shanahan and
two alternates, Sean Griffin and Michael Dinelli.
We are extremely proud of the outcome of this competition: Michael
Dinelli took top scoring alternate, Divek Patel placed 4th, Anthony
Torricella placed 6th.
The St Augustine School team took FIRST PLACE IN THE OVERALL
to all our
students for their achievements!!!!
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considering enrolling your child and
becoming part of the St. Augustine School community?
If you wish to register your child for the upcoming
please call 914-941-3849 ext 1 to set up an appointment
***Note: Please Fill out and complete the information on the
registration and health forms. Bring the completed forms when you
- birth certificates
- baptismal certificates
- $100 registration fee (non refundable)
- voided check for Tuition Payment Plan
sign up (forms must be obtained at the school)
- proof of residence (for district
our admissions page or call the school office for an
to St. Augustine? Here's all you
need to know.
pray for vocations.
need your support for our shopping certificates program! Last year,
we raised almost $7,000 to support program for our kids, but we need
more families to participate in this valuable resource to SAS. Buy gift
cards at the school office, after weekend Masses, or
through this form Use the cards like cash at all your
favorite grocery stores, like
ShopRite, Stop & Shop, A&P and Stew Leonards and help
cash for use in our children's classrooms. Stores pay us 5% back for
your gift card purchases.
There is no easier way to help fund valuable school programs!
about this Great Program. And be part of the success it will
bring our school. If you shop at Stop & Shop, please do
consider signing up for the A+ School Rewards Program.
St. Augustine Grads
on the St. Augustine Alumni
page. Receive our AlumNews newsletter. And reconnect with
your old buddies.
using the links below :
Shop via Amazon
Smile and a portion of your eligible purchases will
be donated to Saint Augustine School.
All kinds of great Saint Augustine's
Logo Gear is
available at Cafe Press. The School makes money on every item of school
logo gear purchased.
Get your gear on
Remember to collect your
Box Tops for Education from hundreds of General Mills products. The
seal (above) is worth .10 cents and will be used for purchasing items
for the school.
for Education for more info.