Living St. Francis’ Mission

It’s “Furry Friday!” at MAA! Members of Student Council collected used linens (towels, blankets, etc.) and pet food for a local animal shelter today. What a great way to embrace St. Francis’ love for animals. In honor of “Furry” Friday, some children even wore a fleece sweatshirt or fleece jacket with their uniform. Service is…

MAA’S Spirit of Service Never Takes a Break

Winter vacation offers students and their families time to relax and Valentine’s Day parties are the perfect way to kick off a week of no school. For a group of MAA students, a Valentine’s Day party and a week of no school were also the perfect opportunities to give back and share the MAA spirit…

Soup-er Bowl Canned Food Drive Kicks off Another Year

What better way to celebrate the Patriots making it to the Super Bowl and the start of Catholic Schools Week than to give back to our local community? For the second year in a row, MAA will do its part to tackle hunger by holding its Soup-er Bowl Canned Food Drive. Led by 5th-grade room…

Getting Service Started Early

Elementary School is all about building foundations for the future. At MAA, we strive to instill a spirit of service in our students and set care and compassion as developmental cornerstones.

Fifth Grade Service Project

We are proud of our Fifth Graders for living the MAA mission and sharing their gifts with others in need!

Rock Your Socks!

In honor of Downs Syndrome Day, a 4th grader has asked students and staff to wear mismatched socks to raise awareness

MAA’s Souper Bowl!

Mount Alvernia 4th Graders lead school-wide soup drive for Catholic Schools Week, collecting almost 700 cans of soup for Catholic Charities