The 7th grade drama class and all 3-8th grade choirs participated in the annual Christmas Program this year! Between the beautiful singing and hilarious acting, this year’s program was a success! The drama class decided to make this year’s play about finding Santa and reuniting him with Joy (a star). In the end, they traveled around the world in search of Santa and saved Christmas … Continue reading The Fantastic Christmas Program!
Thank you everyone who showed up to support our St. Paul’s chair at Deck the Chairs this holiday season! The St. Paul’s chair won the best chair due to the amount of votes it received. Our chair was decorated as a church with “stained glass windows” (made by Mr. Stouffer’s art class) and a bell that you could ring. There were many other beautiful chairs … Continue reading Deck the Chairs
Since we attended a catholic school in the United States our holiday traditions vary from other country’s cultures. For instance, in Mexico, they leave out their shoes outside their door with some hay in them, for the Wise Men’s camels to eat. The wise men will come around, and leave you a gift in your shoes. They call this tradition Three Kings Day. In the … Continue reading Christmas Traditions
The beloved Jimmy John’s sandwiches that are usually served on Wednesdays are leaving! They are to be replaced with Milano’s spaghetti. The spaghetti will be served with a garlic knot and costs $4.50. Try something new! Experience the WONDER of the delicious garlic knot that comes with the yummy spaghetti! Thank you Milano’s for not only serving Friday pizza but now delicious Wednesday spaghetti! By: … Continue reading R.I.P. Jimmy Johns
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
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