Sad News

We are sad to inform you of the passing of Mrs. Arlene Barcia. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. Funeral arrangements for Mrs. Barcia are as follows:


Scarpaci Funeral ome
6989 Amboy Road, Staten Island, NY 10309
Sunday August 21st 2-5 and 7-9
Monday August 22nd 7-9


St. Jude’s RC Church
1677 Canarsie Road, Brooklyn, NY 11236
Tuesday August 23rd Street 11am

Summer Hours

Our Lady of Trust’s Office Summer Hours are as follows:

July 6th and 7th from 9am – Noon

July 12th, 13th and 14th from 8am – 11am

July 19th, 20th and 21st from 8am – 11am

August 23rd, 24th and 25th hours 8am – 11am

August 30th and 31st hours 8am – 11am


You can email us for an appointment for another day or time if you need!

Have a good summer!!

School is Open for Tours and Registration!!

Our school is officially open for tours! If you are a parent interested in seeing our school for your child please call the office at 718-241-6633 to make an appointment! 

We also have our registration open for Kindergarten and up! Come in today to register!

Mask Mandate

The following is from the Diocese concerning masks in schools:

The State Education Department understands that Nassau County Supreme Court has ruled that the Department of Health exceeded its authority in enacting the mask regulation, 10 NYCRR 2.60, in Demetriou et al. v. New York State Dep’t of Health et al.  This regulation is the subject of conflicting decisions, insofar as Albany County Supreme Court recently upheld the regulation in Massapequa UFSD et al. v. Hochul, et al.


It is SED’s understanding that the Department of Health will appeal the Nassau County Supreme Court decision, which will result in an automatic stay that will unambiguously restore the mask rule until such time as an appellate court issues a further ruling.  Therefore, schools must continue to follow the mask rule.

Gym Uniform October 27th

Due to predicted inclement weather tomorrow, all students can wear their gym uniforms to school.


Mrs Wilkinson

Office Closure

The main office will be closed this Thursday September 2nd through Monday September 6th. The office will be opened on Tuesday September 7th at 9 am. 


Happy Labor Day!

Press Release from The Superintendent



            The Office of the Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Brooklyn, which includes 69 elementary schools in Brooklyn and Queens, today has announced the COVID-19 safety protocols that will be in place when school opens on Wednesday, September 8, 2021.


            In the absence of a mandate, the New York State Department of Health recommends school districts adopt universal indoor masking for all based on guidance from the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Therefore, Catholic Academies and Parish Schools in Brooklyn and Queens will require all students, faculty, and staff members to wear masks beginning on the first day of school.


            In addition, school officials will continue to encourage vaccinations, social distancing, hand washing and hand hygiene, while maintaining the rigorous daily cleaning and sanitizing of facilities as well as enhanced ventilation. Parents will be reminded to keep their child home from school if they are sick, and their child will be required to receive medical clearance from a healthcare provider that they can safely return to in person instruction.  

The Catholic Academies and Parish Schools will also continue to follow city and state guidelines regarding contact tracing, quarantine and isolation protocols.


            “As the numbers of Coronavirus cases continue to spike in children, and the overall numbers of hospitalizations in New York City are on the rise, this is the most responsible approach to take when we begin the new school year. I know the return to these safety measures is not the situation parents, teachers or students were hoping to be the case in the 2021-2022 school year, but we cannot ignore the trends,” said Superintendent Dr. Thomas Chadzutko.


“Let us do our part from day one to prevent further increase of cases. If we are successful, as this academic year moves along, we will revisit these guidelines and adjust them accordingly. As much as we want a return to normalcy in our classrooms, we want our students, faculty, and staff to be safe,” continued Dr. Chadzutko.


“Looking at the trajectory of past pandemics, it seems that a virus such as this one does linger for some time even with the vaccination. I have received my vaccination and continue to encourage others to do so as well. It is our hope that the COVID-19 vaccines will help bring an end to this terrible virus that has controlled our lives for much of the past year and a half,” said The Most Reverend Nicholas DiMarzio, Bishop of Brooklyn.

Catholic schools in Brooklyn and Queens, in adherence to strict guidelines, opened on time for the 2020-2021 school year, and were able to offer five day a week instruction. Enrollment increased in nearly 40% of the schools last year in grades K-8. To learn more about Catholic Schools in Brooklyn and Queens, visit





For the week of July 19th these are the days we are open:

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday!