Did you know that St. Paul’s has a bunch of artists who are in a group called Young Rembrandts? Perhaps you have seen their work hanging up in the eighth grade part of the cafeteria right outside Mrs. Card’s room. The group meets every Wednesday to recreate and put their own twists on various cartoon drawings. They also do seasonal artwork and other types of … Continue reading Picassos in the Making
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Four days before Halloween, October 27th, 2017, is when St. Paul’s threw their annual 7th and 8th grade Halloween Dance. The event, which lasted from 7:30 to 10pm, had quite a large turnout. A snack table was set off to the side and was littered with bottles of soda, cups, and chips. A few people stuck to the side, but most people were out in … Continue reading The 2017 Halloween Dance!
It was a crazy start to the basketball season with both the boys and girls teams starting off Mendendhall with a win on Saturday against Sacred Heart. The lady warriors then played again on Monday against Blessed Trinity and came out victorious with a 27-9 win. The boys will play on Tuesday against Resurrection, and the ladies will play on Wednesday against Assumption…Thursday is the … Continue reading Mendenhall 2017
ROOAAARRRRR! The wild things have come! The kindergarteners at St. Paul’s, turned into monsters on Friday, October 27. The kindergarteners made costumes based on the children’s book Where the Wild Things Are. As they marched around the school, showing their costumes off, they had pride, smiles and a hint of wildness. They spent a lot of time and work on their costumes, and it really … Continue reading St. Paul’s Wild Things!
As you may know, St.Paul’s had its very own pumpkin patch this year. There were different volunteers who would work the pumpkin patch. Even some middle school students would help out. The pumpkin patch was held by the preschool building. There was a variety of pumpkins to choose from. They had pumpkins that were huge, small, and even some that were different colors. The … Continue reading St. Paul’s Pumpkin Patch