The Lenten Season is one of the most significant times of the year for many Christians around the world. The Lenten season is a preparation for commemorating the death and resurrection of Jesus at Easter. From its start date on Ash Wednesday until its conclusion on Easter Sunday, Lent has been a customary time of prayer, fasting, and acts of service. At Saint Mary School, teaching students about our Catholic traditions, significance, and importance is a priority. All our students participate in Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday, weekly Stations of the Cross and Mass, and Holy Thursday Seder Meal. By participating in these traditions together, our students are not only learning about our faith but also building community.