Cross Country Athlete of the Month

November’s athlete of the month: Cross Country Madeline Kaye: Eighth Grade Daniel Piersztel: Sixth Grade   What inspires you? M: My strong drive to win, I’m very competitive D: Hardwork   How long have you been doing the sport? M: This is my first year D: A few years   Favorite part of the sport? M: Crossing the finish line D: Running my best   … Continue reading Cross Country Athlete of the Month

Halloween Pre-K Parade

Trick or Treat! The VPK kids showed off their marvelous costumes at the VPK Costume Parade! VPK students walked around the elementary building blacktop and collected candy from the older students. We saw many variations of princesses, superheroes, and even a BB-8! Their smiling faces were contagious (and adorable)! Once again we all enjoyed this year’s VPK Parade. By: Maggie Mitsis photos by: Maggie Mitsis … Continue reading Halloween Pre-K Parade

Kindergarten MoNsTeR Bash

The kindergartners had a fun time this spooky season at the the Halloween  monster bash! They had a parade, did experiments, played games, and danced the night away! In the first part if the day they had a fun time walking around the school showing off their scary monster costumes. Afterward; they placed games…some of the games included: the great pumpkin head race…. and the … Continue reading Kindergarten MoNsTeR Bash

October Basketball Athlete of the Month

Coach Hulihan has selected four basketball players who are our athletes of the month. They have been chosen based on their leadership, sportsmanship, and skill level. The following players were selected: Ava Larson, Kamryn Croft, Josh Deegan, and Alex Ritter. Ava is co captain of the girls team along with Kamryn. She has been playing basketball for fun since she was three years old. She … Continue reading October Basketball Athlete of the Month

Halloween Dance

The 7th and 8th graders had a blast at the annual St. Paul’s Halloween Dance! Some amazing songs were played, courtesy of our amazing DJ… Mr. Jarboe! From the sing-along to the slow dances, this dance would be one to remember. This was the 7th grader’s first middle school dance. The award for best newcomer went to Ava Conley. Everyone was dancing their hearts out, … Continue reading Halloween Dance

Improvements to the School

New window tinting The new windows insure more safety for our St. Paul’s students. Gym This is a new and improved version of our beloved old gym. Artwork The artwork inspires our students here at St. Paul’s. The Girls Bathroom Mirror This mirror empowers girls and gives them the stregth and courage to be themselves. New alumni corner This is our way of showing our … Continue reading Improvements to the School