St. Stan’s celebrated Three Kings Day with our priests blessing each doorway, students and the Magi singing through the halls, and each student receiving a small treat.
Thank you to our 8th grade and Kindergarten students for showing us the true meaning of Christmas!
Many thanks to all our families and staff who donated toys for our annual toy drive! This year the toys will be donated to Bellevue Hospital’s pediatric unit.
Our nursery students made snow, and a snowman, last Friday. Just in time for our real snowfall!
The nursery class was the first to add their decorative touch to the Christmas Tree on the first floor. The bejeweled stockings make a sparkly addition to the holiday.
St. Stan’s had its very first measurement day on November 22nd! Each class spent time on projects dealing with all sorts of measurement. Here are some photos showing fun things going on in various classes.
Our 8th grade “angels” helped to fill St. Stan’s giving tree with all the ornaments! Please consider taking one and making someone’s Christmas a merrier one. The tree can be found in St. Stan’s Church, and Transfiguration’s Church.
We wish all our families and friends a wonderful Thanksgiving! We have so much to be thankful for!
On All Saints Day, a Holy Day of Obligation, students in nursery and K-8 went to 8:30 mass together. Nursery and 4th grade students represented Saints and took center stage at the mass.
Halloween is always fun at St. Stan’s! This year the teachers dressed as crayons, and nursery through 1st grade students went trick or treating.