At the closing of the Mass, we held a recognition ceremony. We presented a certificate to Mr. Jack Krepps naming him our "Distinguished Honoree" for Catholic Schools Week. With this award, we honor and thank Mr. Krepps for his many years of outstanding service to our school as a substitute teacher and for exemplifying the ideals of Catholic education as a role model for our children.
Following the Mass, parents, students, parishioners, and friends attended our Education Fair. Everyone enjoyed the displays of students' work, the refreshments, and social time.
On Monday, teachers and students enjoyed an unexpected "2 hour delay" and wore their silly socks and slippers in school. They made Thank You cards and Get Well cards for members of our community. Middle school Students began their Penny War to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
On Tuesday, the Hanover School of Ballet gave an outstanding performance for our students. Everyone marvelled at the caliber of the dance routines and the professional performance of the young dancers. The group has performed at Disney World, the Republic of China, and in various other places throughout the world. Many students commented that this was one of the best programs that they had ever seen.
Our students enjoyed a soft pretzel treat at their recess break (a treat from the Home and School Association), NO HOMEWORK, and a "school spirit" dress-down day. Students also are working on their beautiful "Acts of Kindness" in loving memory of the twenty-six angels of Newtown, Connecticut.
On Wednesday, we had our annual parent-student luncheon. We had a fantastic turn-out with over 450 people attending. Mrs. McMaster's chicken pot-pie was delicious, and her home-made cookies were heavenly! We presented a Spiritual Bouquet from faculty and students to Mr. Jack Krepps, our CSW Distinguished Honoree. We were so pleased that Monsignor Lyons, Father Lease, and Deacon Tom joined us for the luncheon.