Throughout each school year the students of Saint Anne School participate in service projects. It is an important part of our Mission and our Faith. This page will detail the service projects in which the students will be participating.
Pop-Tabs for the Ronald McDonald House Charities
Fifth grade teacher, Miss Wilson is coordinating this school-wide, year-long service project. The students of Saint Anne School will be collecting pop-tabs which will be delivered to the Ronald McDonald House Charities at the end of the school year. The tabs will be recycled with proceeds used to provide care for families of children with life-threatening illnesses. Pop-tabs may be sent to the Saint Anne School Office during school hours throughout the school year. Click here
for more information.
Souper Bowl of Caring
Each winter the fifth grade class holds a food drive in the weeks leading up to the "Big Game." Non-perishable food items are collected and then donated to the Saint Winifred Food Pantry to help those less fortunate.
Each year during Catholic Schools Week the fifth through eighth grade students work on a project called Project Linus. The students work together to make blankets for Project Linus which provides blankets to critically ill children.
Family Promise of Southwestern Pennsylvania
The Family Promise Program "connects homeless children and their families with a network of local congregations and the community, all focused on providing them with shelter, meals, hospitality, and support until they are able to return to sustainable independent lives in their own homes." Saint Anne Parish is part of the network of congregations that hosts families five to six times a year for a week. The children of Saint Anne School spend time during Catholic Schools Week preparing toiletry kits for the families.