Corpus Christi Celebrates Final Graduation
(Mineola, NY) Corpus Christi Parish School held their last Graduation Mass and Commencement on June 17th. The school will be closing its doors at the conclusion of this school year after 88 years. The pre-kindergarten through eighth grade school opened in 1922 and was originally staffed by the Sisters of St. Dominic, who continue their service there today. Corpus Christi has served the community well by always maintaining a tradition of excellence in education. Through the commitment of Principal Susan Anaischik, the entire faculty and staff, the students of Corpus Christi have received a strong educational foundation they will take with them. Corpus Christi will carry on in the memories of the many families who have been touched by this school. Congratulations to the graduates and the entire Corpus Christi family!
The 2010 Corpus Christi Parish School graduates are Christine Barretto, Matthew Barroca, Ashley Beckford, Stacey Faux, Camilo Garcia, Fatima Gonzalez Portillo, Kyle Lopes, Dylan O’Bayley, Fred Ondris, Brian Pereira, Steffi Pimentel, Marjorie Prophete, Corey Redd, Sabrina Ribeiro, Christen Romando, Samantha Simoes, Brianna Sinisi, Natalie Sousa, Jennifer Sparacino & Dieuna Theodore.
Pictured with the Class of 2010 Village of Mineola Mayor Jack Martins, Teacher & Alumna Kathy Raspen, Nassau County Clerk & Alumna Maureen O’Connell, Principal Susan Anaischik and Pastor of Corpus Christi Parish Reverend Monsignor Robert Coyle