Religious Education 2021-22


The St. Boniface Parish Religious Education Program assists parents with the sacred responsibility of educating their children in the Catholic faith. For more information, please contact Karen Croce at 516-671-0418 or by email at

Religious Education Registration for the 2021-2022 formation year has concluded. If you have not registered your child for religious education please contact Mrs. Croce at the Parish Center office at 516-676-0676 as soon as possible.

In observance of the CDC guidelines and our continued efforts to consider the safety and wellbeing of our students and Catechists we are attempting to keep the class sizes down; in order to do that we need additional Catechists (Teachers). If you are willing to assist us please call Mrs. Croce at 516-676-0676 or email her at
Thank you and God Bless you for your assistance.

There will be a Virtual Parent Meeting for Families enrolled in Religious Education on Friday, September 10 at 7pm

Parent Online Meeting at
Book Pick-up Day is Sunday, September 12, from 10am to 1:30pm in the St. Boniface School Building at the Main Street doors.
Classes begin September 21-22.

Please complete the attached registration form for the 2021-2022 Faith Formation year. All Baptismal information must be included!

        We will do our best to place your child in a session but please note that class sizes are limited because of the guidelines set forth by the CDC that seem to still be in place. So please register early so that we can arrange meeting spaces accordingly.

No requests for being in class with friends will be accepted.  Class placement is on a first come first serve basis only.

        Catechists are needed in all grades especially this year as we are trying to limit class sizes. Please consider volunteering. We will train you and assist you in this ministry. Parent volunteers are essential to the success of the program. Catechist offering for the year is at a reduced rate! 

        Please send in your completed registration form no later than July 15, 2021. Please refer to the application drop-off dates below. Any form received after that may possibly not get into a class and alternate arrangements will have to be made.

        Gratefully things are slowly improving and we are starting to get back to a world that more closely resembles the days of the past but we are not quite there yet. Thank you for your patience and understanding.

God Bless you all. Stay safe and well!

Registration, 2021 – 2022

How to Register

1. Download Registration Form:


a. Download printable .pdf form here:

b. Or use QR Code:

Open Registration Form on your Phone using this QR Code

2. Submit:

  • Print and complete the registration form and return it via email to stbonccd@gmail.comas soon as possible, OR
  • Drop off forms on Tuesday, June 8, 15 or Wednesday, June 9, 16 at the Religious Education Office in the school from 10 am-1 pm.  Mrs. Croce is also available in the Parish Center Main Office on Mondays, Thursdays & Fridays from 10 AM to 2 PM (516) 676-0676.


Please submit your payment via Faith Direct at:

Or by check made out to St. Boniface religious education which can be mailed to the Parish Center with this form at the address above.

Parent meeting

A tentative Zoom parent meeting on Friday, September 10, 2021, at 7 PM
(If possible we may meet in person in the church instead, watch for updates)

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 733 8476 7769
Passcode: 8ypWut

This year’s Calendar will be made available online at the Parish Website. It will also be emailed via Mail-chimp monthly.


Please watch the Mail Chimp emails and regular emails for up and coming meetings and information.

Thank you and stay safe and well!

Any questions please call the Religious Education Office at 516-671-0418.

History of All Saints Catholic School, 1990 – 2019

All Saints Regional Catholic School was located in this beautiful historic building on the campus of St. Patrick Parish in Glen Cove.

In 1995, Sister Maureen Vellon, R.S.H.M. was appointed as principal of ASR.

In 1995, Sister Maureen Vellon, R.S.H.M. was appointed as principal of ASR.

Sr. Maureen was succeeded by James V. Thompson, who served until his retirement at the end of the school year 2011-12.

Sr. Maureen was succeeded by James V. Thompson, who served until his retirement at the end of the school year 2011-12.

Fr. Elias Carr, appointed Headmaster of ASR, 2012

Fr. Elias Carr, appointed Headmaster of ASR, 2012

Joanne Fitzgerald, appointed Academic Dean of ASR, 2012

Joanne Fitzgerald, appointed Academic Dean of ASR, 2012

In 1990, the parish schools of St. Boniface, St. Mary in Roslyn, St. Patrick in Glen Cove and St. Hyacinth in Glen Head regionalized to form All Saints Regional Catholic School, a new entity designed to supported by those four parishes, joined by St. Rocco Parish of Glen Cove.

The decision to regionalize the schools and close the St. Boniface School building made for a very painful time in the parish, especially for the families whose children who attended the school. Since then however, space made available by the closing of the building has been put to good use, and All Saints Regional Catholic School is now well established and thriving, having gone from strength to strength to reach the top echelon of Catholic schools on Long Island.

Under diocesan direction and the leadership of its first principal, Sister Helen Dolan, S.S.N.D., All Saints Regional Catholic School began on two campuses with a nursery through third grade at the Lower Campus (St. Hyacinth’s) and grades four through eight on the Upper Campus (St. Patrick’s).  All grades are now consolidated in the school building on the St. Patrick’s parish campus, allowing for total technological integration of all classrooms, leading the school into the 21st Century.

All of the schools’ grades are now located at the former St. Patrick’s School building, allowing for total technological integration of all classrooms, leading the school into the 21st Century.   As of the 2012-13 school year, all of the school’s classrooms have been equipped with the latest “SMART Board” technology.

In April, 2012 it was announced that ASR would follow a innovative new academic vision.  Fr. Elias Carr, Pastor of St. Rocco’s and one of the Canons Regular of the Canonry of Saint Leopold who serve at St. Patrick’s and St. Rocco’s parishes was appointed as ASR’s first Headmaster, to be assisted by an Academic Dean, Joanne Fitzgerald.

Due to the financial pressures and demographic changes effecting Catholic school education All Saints was forced to close in June, 2019.

Religious Education Back to School Information

Kids-Cross1Open Registration:  After all Masses on the weekends of September 14-15 and September 21-22, 2013.  Click here for online registration.
Our Religious Education Program for School Year 2013-2014 begins in the week of September 22, 2013.
Back to School Night for all grades and programs is September 25, 2013 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
Each grade group will have a general meeting in the gym and then a meeting with teachers in their child’s classroom as per the following schedule:
Grades 6:30-7:00pm 7:00-7:30pm 7:30-8:00pm 8:30-8:30pm
K-3 Meet in Classrooms Meet in
4-5 Meet in
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6-8 Meet in Classrooms Meet in
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Religious Education Registration for 2011-2012 to take place June 12 and 19

Registration for Religious Education for the 2011-2012 school year will take place at church after all Masses on the weekends of June 12th and 19th, 2011.  Click here to view and print the registration form.