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LINK IN BIO | Each Friday, we will be sharing the schedule and links for any of our sports games that are accessible via live stream during the week. Per City of Philadelphia Health Department requirements, no fans are permitted to attend any sporting events. Good luck to all of our student athletes! Go Saints!

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Ms. Pizzuti is back with another #WellnessWednesday tip! Kindness can have a positive effect on your own mental health and wellbeing. An act of kindness can decrease stress, boost happiness, lower blood pressure, and release feel-good chemicals like serotonin.

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It’s #TeacherTuesday, where each week we spotlight a member of our outstanding faculty and staff! Today’s spotlight shines on Mr. McNamara from our Theology department. Mr. McNamara earned his BA in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He joined the SNG team this year as a Theology teacher to our Sophomore students. Mr. McNamara also teaches Psychology/Sociology to our Junior and Senior students. In his short time here, he’s built strong relationships with both faculty and students. Mr. McNamara has quickly become a valued member of the SNG community! 💬 We asked Mr. McNamara “What is your favorite part about your job?” 👨‍🏫 He told us “My favorite part about my job is being able to have conversations with the students as we wait for the room switch or in the cafeteria before school or during lunch. The students are the joy of this experience. It is a gift to serve them and to witness their openness to everything that SNG offers them.” 💬 We also asked Mr. McNamara “What is something people would be surprised to know about you?” 👨‍🏫 He told us “A surprising fact about me is the fact I am a triplet. Another fact is that my middle name is Savage. Not sure if my students believe the middle name yet, but it is true…”

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Happy Monday Saints! To start our week off right, our Campus Minister, Father James Dalton, has another story of a Saint to share with us. Today’s Saint is Saint Jerome Emiliani. Saint Jerome Emiliani was born in Venice, and his father died when he was just a teenager. Jerome ran away at the age of 15 to join the army and in 1508, he participated in the defense of Castelnuovo against the League of Cambray. Saint Jerome was appointed governor of a fortress in the mountains of Treviso and was taken prisoner while defending his post. Saint Jerome had not cared about God all that much, but he attributed his escape to the intercession of the Mother of God. He later made a pilgrimage to the shrine of Our Lady of Treviso, in fulfillment of a vow, and left his chains as an offering. He was then appointed Venetian magistrate of Castelnuovo di Quero, but after a short time returned to Venice to supervise the education of his nephews. All his spare time was devoted to the study of theology and to works of charity. In the year of plague and famine (1528), he seemed to be everywhere and showed his zeal, especially for the orphans. Jerome began caring for the sick and feeding the hungry at his own expense. He rented a house for them near the church of St. Rose and, with the assistance of some pious laymen, ministered to their needs. In 1531 he went to Verona and encouraged the citizens to build a hospital. In Brescia, Bergamo, Milan, and other places in northern Italy, he erected orphanages, for boys and for girls. You can learn more about Saint Jerome at the link in our bio. Saint Jerome Emiliani, pray for us.

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LINK IN BIO | Each Friday, we will be sharing the schedule and links for any of our sports games that are accessible via live stream during the week. Per City of Philadelphia Health Department requirements, no fans are permitted to attend any sporting events. Good luck to all of our student athletes! Go Saints!

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Snow Schedule 2/19/21

Due to the current weather conditions and the continued forecast for snow, the Archdiocesan City High Schools, which includes Neumann-Goretti, 

Snow Schedule 2/18/21

Due to the weather forecast, Thursday, 2/18, will be a virtual Flexible Instruction Day (FID) which means: All students will work 

Weekly Preview for 2/15/21

The latest updates and happenings for this week.

LINK IN BIO Each Friday, we will be sharing the schedule and links for any of our sports games that are accessible via live stream during the week. Per City of Philadelphia Health Department requirements, no fans are permitted to attend any sporting events. Good luck to all of our student athletes! Go Saints!

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Our Class of 2021 Seniors are hard at work applying to colleges, programs, and careers for post-graduation. Above is a list of just some of the colleges our Seniors have already received acceptances to! We are so proud of our seniors! 🎓 #ClassOf2021 We look forward to announcing our scholarship total and all of our Seniors’ final decisions towards the end of May.

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