The Odyssey of the Mind team has competed in the regional competition once again. Alexandria Mitsis, Rian Ley, Isabella Hovan, Evie-Marie Moore, Chloe Sikes, and Henry Buronick won in their division and are advancing to the next round. Magdalene Mitsis, Josie Rill, Jordan Rill (high school), Isabelle Carey, and Rheece Singletary competed in a high school division and are advancing to states as well. Josie … Continue reading ODYSSEY DOMINATION
Our math counts team tried their best to win but sadly we did not place. Our team which consisted of Ella Averitt, Nicholas Greek, Kyle Watson, and Josie Rill (not William Kachurgas lol) did an amazing job and made us proud with their sportsmanship and integrity. Better luck next year! Continue reading Math Counts!
Two students Brian Ketteringham and James Kachergus are two student in fourth grade at St. Paul’s Catholic School. About one month ago, they attended a North East Florida regional tournament to try to place for state. They got second place out of the teams category and advanced to states. Sadly Brian couldn’t make it and James was the only student from St. Paul’s to attend. … Continue reading Chess!
This year’s Get Up and Move Day was a BLAST this year! A Special Shoutout to our Social Secretary, Rian Sexton, for choosing the songs. Every hour, a new song was played. Some of the songs were Baby Shark (dedicated to the cheerleaders), Watch Me, The Cupid Shuffle, and Cotton-Eye Joe (dedicated to the eighth graders). Thank you for dancing your heart out and we … Continue reading Get up and Move Day!
Artfest 2019 took us on a trip to Emerald Isle. Continue reading Artfest
St. Paul’s students came to school wearing their favorite crazy socks for catholic schools week. There were some really amazing and super silly socks that were worn that day. There were socks with people’s dogs faces printed on them, some superhero socks, some Disney socks, some with stripes/dots/and flowers, and there was even a pair of silly socks that looked like corn! It was super … Continue reading Crazy Sock Day