Hearts on Fire is the theme for 2018-2019, which is based on the biblical story, "The Road to Emmaus." Hearts on Fire is about recognizing our relationship with Jesus Christ. Just as the disciples of Emmaus did, we need to open our eyes and invite God to journey through life with us. As Lasallian educators, we at Totino-Grace are motivated to excite students about their faith life development and lead our students to God.
Building Community at the Winter Place Gala, November 2018
otino-Grace’s 33rd Winter Place Gala is fast approaching. Our volunteers and staff are working diligently to make this year’s fundraiser the best yet. The gala is our school’s most significant fundraising event. The evening generates important funds to our overall operations and also financial assistance to families in need.
Over the last few years, the gala has raised in the neighborhood of $500,000 annually, which goes a long way to maintain and build opportunities for our students. It is also a highlight social event every year that attracts alumni, parents, past parents, and the larger TG community to a night filled with fun and lots of TG spirit.
On behalf of Totino-Grace High School, I am asking for your participation on this special night to celebrate the strength, heart, and soul of our community. Your attendance and participation would be a great show of support. This year’s Winter Place Gala will be held on Saturday, November 17, starting at 4:00 p.m. Advance tickets are available and donations are still being accepted. Visit the Winter Place Gala website HERE for volunteer, donation, and attendance information.
Your support means everything. Together, we will continue to make a difference in the lives of our students. Thank you for all you do for our students and the Totino-Grace community.
Live Jesus in our hearts. Forever!
Dr. Craig W. Junker, President
It's "go time" at Totino-Grace. Over 95% of our students are involved in co-curricular activities, with many of our students competing in fall sports, clubs, and performing arts programs. Teachers' are motivated and enthusiastic about the semester ahead with their new classes of students. No doubt this is a fun time of year.
As recently as the 1980s, only two percent of the American population described education as “the most important problem facing the nation.” By 1996 Americans ranked “the quality of schooling as the most pressing concern after crime.” In more recent times, several polls have reiterated this primary concern – along with leadership, healthcare, and the economy.
The power of education in our lives was confirmed long ago. There has always been a rift in prosperity between the educated and uneducated, but it has presently become a significant chasm.