Breast Cancer. The pink ribbons, the fundraisers, and so much more. All of these to find a cure and help those in need. One in every eight women is affected by breast cancer during their lifetime. Erin Hayden Lively is one of these women. She has three children, all of whom are under the age of seven. She graduated from St. Paul’s in 1996 with … Continue reading Proud in Pink
October 28th, 2016 was the widely anticipated St. Paul’s Halloween Dance. The dance is held annually for 7th and 8th graders, and everyone shows up in their best costumes. This year everyone saw a wide range of costumes. From creepy clowns, to wicked wicked witches, and even a very tearful Harambe mourner. The dance floor was flooded with people dancing to every song, and showing … Continue reading Dancing the Night Away
It is all over the news, all over social media, and filling up pages in the newspaper. The election is here and it could be one of the most important ones in history. Why should young people care? It’s not like we have a say in who wins. The fact is that we should care. This election will determine the future of … Continue reading Election? Who Cares?
Science, Social Studies, English, Literature, Math, and Religion. Six unique subjects with six unique teachers. Everyone has their favorite and second favorite. When put to a vote though, who comes out on top? Early in the school year, the middle school students were asked to vote for their favorite teacher: Mrs. Peluso, Ms. George, Mrs. Peterson, Ms. Masters, Mr. Piskurich, and Mr. Jarboe. In the … Continue reading The Votes Are In….