Saint Dominic School will remain closed until further notice as a preventative measure to limit the transmission of COVID-19.

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Mrs. Bathmann's letters regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and remote learning are linked below:
Letter dated April 2, 2020
Letter dated March 27, 2020
Letter dated March 23, 2020
Letter dated March 20, 2020
Letter dated March 16, 2020
Letter dated March 13, 2020
Letter dated March 11, 2020
Letter dated March 6, 2020
Saint Dominic School Pandemic Plan (pdf)
COVID-19 Resources from the School Nurse
NJ Department of Health
Saint Dominic School Student Receives Full Scholarship to CBA
Three Students Accepted to Brick Township's STEM Academy
Saint Dominic School Student Receives The Andrew Deschler Endowed Scholarship from CBA
Twelve Saint Dominic School Boys Accepted to Christian Brothers Academy
Donovan Catholic Grants Griffin Merit Scholarship and Veritas Scholarship to 8th Grade Student
Brick Township Fire Bureau Poster Contest
Donovan Catholic Grants Veritas Scholarship to 8th Grade Student
Saint Dominic School Students Win Brick Elks Americanism Essay Contest
Eighth Grade Students Win First Place in the New Jersey Stock Market Game
Diocesan Tuition Assistance For 2020-2021 School Year (pdf)
Patriot's Pen Essay Winner Update
SDS Spelling Bee
Saint Dominic's Annual Geographic Bee
Patriot's Pen Essay Contest Winners
Saint Rose High School Invitational Scholastic Bowl: Saint Dominic's Takes 1st Place!
Before and After Care Information
Three Students Accepted to Brick Township's STEM Academy
Congratulations to Caroline Felser, Josephine Gondek, and Joseph Miller, who were accepted into Brick Township's STEM Academy. The students were granted acceptance based on their applications, test performance, and academic achievements throughout their sixth, seventh, and eighth grade years while students at Saint Dominic School.

Brick's STEM Academy offers a well-rounded, rigorous core of courses focusing in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Caroline, Josephine, and Joseph will be placed in many Advanced Placement and Honors level courses and will work with highly skilled teachers while preparing for the high demand fields of STEM.