This year, Saint Paul’s launched it’s first student run school newspaper. This group of students, with much guidance from Ms. George, started up the website and began to write as soon as they could. Each student, at one point or another, wrote, edit, and took pictures. They covered topics such as Artfest all the way to the US Election and everything in between. Whether they … Continue reading The Newspaper Staff
May 11th and 12th was the much anticipated 8th grade musical. The 8th grade drama and choir classes of St. Paul’s brought to us School House Rock, a musical that follows the new elementary teacher, Tom (played by Myles Long), as he gets ready for his first day of classes. The cast presented the show for two nights and each night was a miniature Broadway … Continue reading Schoolhouse Rock Live!
It’s that time of year for another great softball season. The sport where a bright yellow ball is hit and thrown around a field. It’s a lot more complicated than just that but the Warriors had an amazing season. They kicked it off with a game against their rival, Palmer Academy. The ladies ended in a tie and the boys won their game. Next they … Continue reading Saint Paul’s Softball
With the 2016-2017 school year coming to an end, St. Paul’s Catholic School kicks of the end of the year activities with the annual Field Day. Students 1st-5th grade got to indulge in a series of events including Bruster’s ice cream, relay races, basketball drills, egg balancing races, and even dodge ball. Our St. Paul Warriors love that Field Day is a fun, competitive and … Continue reading Field Day Fun
From March 23 to March 26, people of all ages visited St. Paul’s Catholic School for the annual carnival. The first day of this event was a day for the families of the school to come out and enjoy the carnival before the big crowds starting rolling in. The next day, students and teachers were allowed to return to school at 9:30 AM after a … Continue reading St. Paul’s Carnival
Each year, the middle schoolers must write a speech on a topic given to us by the head of the Modern Woodman Speech Contest. This year the topic was, “What does it mean to be a hero?” Students had to write a speech that was between three to five minutes long. Each year, the middle schoolers perform their speeches in front of their class. Once … Continue reading Modern Woodman Speech Contest: What Does it Mean to Be a Hero?
Did you see the Leprechaun running around St. Paul’s on St. Patrick’s Day? The little green guy visited some of the younger grades’ classrooms and left behind quite a mess! The leprechaun left chairs flipped over, green streamers strewn across the class, and teddy bears stuck to the wall. The older grades got to be part of the festivities by having a free tag. The … Continue reading Happy St. Patrick’s Day!