Mike Latona/Catholic Courier    |    08.05.2019

WEBSTER — Kerry Kiniorski and her husband, Mike Epstein, had never considered Catholic education for their children.

Then their daughter Abigail began to experience significant anxiety as a second-grader in a large public-school setting. After hearing positive buzz about St. Rita School in the family’s home town of Webster, Abigail and her parents visited the school in the middle of the 2012-13 school year.

“Everybody was so welcoming. They took their time with us; they made me feel like our questions were valued,” Kiniorski recalled.

Abigail enrolled at St. Rita within a week, adjusting quickly and positively to her new environment.

“We really watched her grow here,” her mother said, noting that Abigail since has gained strong leadership and public-speaking skills.

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