In early September, winds whipped, trees fell, and lives were lost. Hurricane Irma caused flooding, deaths, and terrible losses to many countries and states… even to our St. Paul’s community. For most of us, our gymnasium is where everyday things happen. Games were played, jokes were laughed at, people became connected and all though we may not have known it at the time, memories were … Continue reading We Are Greater.
On Monday, August 21st, 2017, the skies went dark in the middle of the day and the Earth grew colder. This is all the work of the total solar eclipse, which affects the world in quite a few ways. The most obvious way is that the moon briefly blocked out the sun, or at least parts of it depending on where you were at the … Continue reading The Solar Eclipse
The tradition continues! The fresh seventh graders with the new kindergarteners is a sight to see. The 7th graders read to their little buddies every other Thursday. The first buddy read is the cutest, as the kindergarteners are getting used to their lovable buddies. The kindergarten buddies are learning more than you would expect. They learn how to read, friendship, but most importantly love. This … Continue reading The First Buddy Read
Over the summer and at the beginning of the school year, some very exciting events occurred for our St. Paul’s community. William Rollings (8th) and Nash Beenen (6th) traveled all the way to Missouri to compete in the Cal Ripken World Series. This competition is for young baseball players. Their team went through many rounds and games against other strong athletes to get where they ended … Continue reading Our National Champions