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Gesu Catholic School
has 360 students enrolled in Grade K through Grade 8 as of October 31, 2020
GESU Catholic School
The Gesu community is committed to the spiritual, intellectual, physical, and social growth of each student, to create an atmosphere of academic excellence, based on values taught by Jesus Christ.
* We believe Gesu School is a community of Faith.
* We believe parents are the primary educators.
* We believe we are ministers of the gospel.
* We believe in academic excellence and nurturing the life-long love of learning.
* We believe instruction should provide for the learning styles of all students.
* We believe those entrusted to us are unique children of God and that we are called to touch
the life of each child.
Welcome students and families to Gesu School!
We are very proud of our strong, vibrant history that dates our Gesu Catholic Community back to 1920. We are pleased that you have chosen to be part of this rich tradition of
excellence at Gesu School.
In May of 2013 the Commission of the OCSAA granted Gesu School, Full Accreditation, in the Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association. We have identified continuous
improvement goals in the areas of Catholic Identity and Student Learning. During the 2018 – 2019 school year... GESU will be working on finalizing our new school improvement plan!
As educators, we take our role very seriously in developing your children academically, socially, and spiritually. We strive to stay current with the best possible methods to educate within the Catholic school setting. We count on your support to help us in our ministry.
We are in a unique position of assisting each other as we guide these young lives. Our homes and our classrooms must be settings of unconditional love, affirmation, responsibility, and forgiveness. We must share our rituals, symbols, and stories of faith every day.
The motto of Gesu is, “WE ARE GESU”. This motto acknowledges that we all work together. Here at Gesu our students are being prepared academically, spiritually and socially to excel at the highest level. Our Gesu students will be excellent in everything they do. Helping our students realize their full potential and setting them up for success is our ultimate goal. This idea of teamwork and working together is something that must be done with students, parents, teachers and the entire Gesu community. Working together, respecting each other, and being there for someone when help is needed will ensure growth of our Gesu community for years to come.
I also want to invite each of you to join us for our weekly school Mass. Every Friday, at 8:15 A.M., please join us as the Gesu students celebrate Mass.
With great pleasure and anticipation we look forward to our partnership this school year. Thank you once again for entrusting your children to Gesu School. God bless your family.
WE ARE GESU,
Mr. Manuel Gonzales III Principal
7:30 Teachers on duty
7:40 Students permitted to enter building
8:00 School begins with Morning Prayer on closed- circuit TV
8:15 Mass time (Fridays and Holy Days)
11:25 – 11:50 K-2 – Lunch Time
11:55 – 12:20 3-5 – Lunch Time
12:25 - 12:50 6-8 – Lunch Time
2:25 Closing Announcements
2:45 Teachers may leave
***First or second Tuesday of each month the Gesu faculty and staff meets after school until 4:00 p.m.
Gesu Parent Handbook - click here
Life of a Greyhound - click here
Closing and Delay Information:
School Calendar 2022-23
Track-A-Thon - click here -
Mr. G's Newsletter - click here -
Diocese of Toledo Safe Environment Program in Full Compliance with USCCB Norms. Each year, the Diocese of Toledo is required to undergo an audit to ensure that it is in compliance with the articles of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People. Bishop Daniel Thomas is pleased to announce that, for the fiscal year 2017-2018, the Diocese was found to be in full compliance with the requirements in the Charter. The Diocese of Toledo remains committed to ensuring the protection of children and providing a safe environment for all young people. If you have any knowledge of abuse that has been committed by a cleric, or any employee or volunteer of the Catholic Church, please report the abuse to your local police department, Child Protection Services, and Mr. Frank DiLallo, Diocesan Victim Assistance Coordinator. . Mr. DiLallo can be reached at (419) 214-4880 or by mail at 1933 Spielbusch Avenue, Toledo, Ohio 43604.