Monday we "tipped a hat" to our Community, began our day with the Eucharistic Adoration procession & service, and enjoyed delicious doughnuts from the local bakery, Donuts 'N Coffee on State Street. Tuesday we celebrated our students with Dress down day and a service / retreat day. That evening we had ...
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January 27, 2020Kelly Glick
Día de Reyes (Three Kings Day) - January 6th January the 6th is a special day in Mexico, El Día de Reyes or Three Kings Day, is a holiday that represents the height of the Christmas season. It marks the culmination of the 12 days of Christmas and commemorates the ...
January 7, 2020Kelly Glick
A few highlight photos from Christmas Around the World, presented by the 6th Grade class. A joint project between religion & middle school classes. The students were paired up and assigned a country. Their assignment was to learn about the country, specifically what they did for Christmas time - traditions, ...
December 18, 2019Kelly Glick
La Posada. This celebration has been a tradition in Mexico for more than 400 years. In this tradition two people dress up as Mary and Joseph and they head the procession to find an “inn” (thus the name “Posada”). At school our 8th Graders are the leaders of La Posada, they dress up as ...
December 16, 2019Kelly Glick
Thank you to Ballet Folklorico Columbus for performing a traditional Aztec dance to help us celebrate Our Lady of Guadalupe.
December 13, 2019Kelly Glick
8th graders participated in an annual 8th grade event, We the People Competition hosted up in Indianapolis. The 8th graders not only learn the Constitution but valuable speech and debate skills. Great work 8th graders! The We the People program’s culminating activity is a simulated congressional hearing in which students “testify” ...
November 25, 2019Kelly Glick
Our annual Thanksgiving Feast is an opportunity for the entire school including students, teachers, support staff as well as PTO officers, School Commission members and Parish staff to sit together and share a meal. A HUGE thank you to our parent volunteers who help make this event happen, we could ...
November 22, 2019Kelly Glick
Thank you to all the veterans who attended our annual Veterans Day Mass & Breakfast. We had a great turn out and we were honored by your presence. Thank you to school Dad, Cpt. Tom Simpson for sharing with us his personal military journey so far. Congratulations to Connelly Furnish, ...
November 11, 2019Kelly Glick
October was the month of the Rosary, for our middle school students this means Rosary lessons. Mrs. Schwartz teaches them how to make knotted army rosaries. Most of the students love doing this project and many truly go into meditation mode while working on the rosary. Several students continued to make ...
November 4, 2019Kelly Glick
Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in other Hispanic countries, and by people of Mexican heritage elsewhere. The holiday involves family and friends gathering to pray for and remember family members and friends who have died, it is a way to celebrate ...
November 4, 2019Kelly Glick