Dozie Bowen, 770-393-3255 x119, email

PSR 2021-22 School Year

2021-2022 Class Schedule | Calendar

Monday 4:45-6 p.m. (Grades Kindergarten – 5 and RCIC) and Tuesday 5:00-6:15 (Grades Kindergarten – 5)
Fee: $90/student or $135 for a family of 2 or more


PSR Registration is Open – Deadline is Friday, August 6

Registration for the 2021-22 school year has begun. Information is available to the right including the registration form, the calendar for the year and the assumption of the risk relating to Covid – 19 form. Please complete one registration form per child and one assumption of risk form per family and return to the parish office along with your check by Friday, August 6. We will continue to fill existing classes but will not open new classes after that date.

We are offering Kindergarten through Fifth Grade classes on both Mondays, 4:45-6:00 p.m. and Tuesdays, 5:00 – 6:15 p.m. We are accepting 10 students per classroom. When that number is reached, we will not open any new classes.

Volunteers are needed in all categories (see registration form). Please call Dozie at ext. 119 if you can help.

Attention First Grade Parents

The Archdiocese requires students who will be making First Confession and receiving First Communion during the 2022-2023 school year to be enrolled in Parish School of Religion classes or Catholic School one year prior to the reception of these sacraments.

Thank you to all of the volunteers who helped to make our One-Week Summer Parish School of Religion a huge success
  • Erin Caiaccio
  • Jocelyn Driscoll
  • Addie George
  • Amelia LoCicero Padial
  • Joan McIvor
  • Sofia Ucedavelez
  • Ingrid Duva
  • Brian Duva
  • Gianna Smith
Religious Education – Continuing Your Faith Journey at Home

Are you looking for activities that can help your children in continuing their faith journey at home while waiting for PSR to begin again? Our Religious Education Department will be offering some suggestions in eNews in the coming weeks.

  1. The first suggestion is to pray a family rosary. It’s a great way for children to learn the basic Catholic prayers. If the thought of praying the entire rosary with little ones (and their short attention spans) sounds daunting, consider starting with just a single decade and work your way up over time. It may even become one of your child’s or grandchild’s favorite memories of time spent with you. If you’re interested in receiving a pamphlet on ‘How to Say the Rosary’, please call Dozie Bowen at ext. 119.

Inclement weather sometimes causes cancellation of classes. Remember, if the DeKalb country schools are closed, we are closed as well.

Ongoing PSR Service Projects – please support whichever appeals to you. Collection boxes are in the PSR hallway.

  • Soda Pull Tabs for the Ronald McDonald House
  • New or gently used children’s books for the Grant Park Clinic