SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Immaculate Conception School will kick of Catholic Schools Week with an Open House on Sunday, January 29 from 10:00 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The festivities will feature a plethora of events that will highlight the four cornerstones of the school's learning environment. Their fundamental foundation includes academics/technology, community/faith, a safe learning atmosphere and family values.
Families are invited to participate in the various family-centered activities as well as mingle with students and faculty members. Tours of the facility will be offered along with interactive information sessions designed to provide a multifaceted view into Immaculate's academic programs and school community.
"I am looking forward to sharing with prospective parents and students what the ICS family is all about," explained Mary Erath, principal of the Immaculate Conception School. "Our faculty, students and parents have prepared a meaningful and fun experience for all."
National Catholic Schools Week is an annual celebration of Catholic education is America. It has been a yearly tradition since 1974.
The Immaculate Conception School offers academic programs from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. It is located at 23 Manalapan Road in Spotswood. For more detailed information on the school's programs, visit their website.