Every contribution counts!
Payments can be made over 4 years and can start next year.
Why pledge before 12/31
- For every $1 you pledge in December, a donor will match another $1 (up to $500,000)
- Get your tax deduction for 2019 charitable donations. Contributions may be deducted up to 50% of adjusted gross income.
- If you own stock, take advantage of the gains in the stock market. Transfer your stock so you don't pay tax on the capital gain.
- If your employer matches your charitable donations, make sure to request the match for 2019.
- If you are 70 1/2 or older (seventy and half), you can donate up to $100,000 directly from your IRA
without it being considered a taxable distribution.
- How much time do I have to pay off my pledge? 4 years maximum
- When can payments start? Anytime
- How can payments be made? Cash, stock, or in kind donations of goods and services.
- How often can payments be made? Any frequency.
- Is there a minimum pledge amount? No! The chart provided is a guide so you determine what amount you can pledge.
- Can St. Agnes get a loan? No! The archdiocese will advance the funds for construction based on the signed pledge amount and we will repay them back with the payments from our parishioners.
Applications for the 2020-21 school year will be available for NEW APPLICANTS on the Admissions page of our website, from December 2, 2019 to January 31, 2020. Tours of the school are available by appointment. If you would like to sign up for a tour, please call us at 305-361-3245 ext. 203.
Students present their JOY boxes at the last school Mass each month.
St. Agnes is holding its annual Christmas Toy Drive, benefiting the children at Centro Mater. The last day to bring your toy donations is Tuesday, December 17th. Please click here for more information.
Upon entering the season of Advent, PK-3 students used different art techniques to make their Advent wreaths. Sr. Alyssa joined the students, to help them with this project.
In Math class, Kindergarten students used dominoes to help with their addition problems. Meanwhile, in Language Arts, students partnered together to read books.
In Spanish class, first graders have been learning about the lifecycle of a butterfly. Reading "La Oruga Muy Hambrienta" (The Very Hungry Caterpillar), students worked on sorting and sequencing what the caterpillar ate.
Second grade students worked on a Science project, where they created and presented swamp and safari habitats.
Fourth grade Social Studies students used their research skills and gathered information about the first Spanish explorers to come to Florida. They analyzed, summarized and created amazing posters, to later present to their peers.
During morning assembly, a group of eighth graders made a presentation about participating in the Building With JOY campaign. They spoke about how the school and Church have touched their lives and have been an intricate part of their formation. Although they will soon graduate, the students said they will always be proud of their St. Agnes home and they look forward to the continued legacy of the school.
Last week, Officer Diaz of the Key Biscayne Police Department distributed bicycle helmets to students during dismissal. He stressed to the students the importance of safety and helmet protection while riding a bike.
The AmazonSmile program is a great way to support St. Agnes while shopping this holiday season. Click here smile.amazon.com/ch/59-3018290 and follow the directions for choosing St. Agnes as your charity.