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Washington catholic schools - school history page. Under the leadership of msgr george sheltz, pastor, the parish took seriously the challenge to open a catholic school and work began to complete a feasibility . In order to fulfill a need in the catholic community of st mark the evangelist parish in plano, texas, st mark catholic school was established in 1982.
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