We celebrated St. Patrick’s Day and St. Joseph’s Day with a prayer service, followed by green bagels provided by Student Leadership. The leprechaun also caused mischief in some classrooms!
We are all looking forward to seeing “Alice in Wonderland” this weekend….especially the Tweedles!
Kindergarten and 1st grade students studied being kind and caring to other this week. They used green and red strips of paper to vote on actions that were kind (green papers) or unkind (red papers). Everyone agrees….kindness is so much better!
We had a great last day of Catholic Schools Week! We began with our 8th graders receiving their school rings, went on to students shooting foul shots against teachers, and had our nursery students celebrating groundhog day while cheering everyone on!
Everyone enjoyed showing off their crazy hat choices today. Our nursery students had a crazy hat parade!
Congratulations to all of our 6th, 7th, and 8th graders who participated in the Jr. High Math Bee. They amaze all of us with their feats of mental math! Good luck to Aidan Pelea who will represent us at the regional math bee in February.
Is there anything better than staying in your jammies all day? Playing Bingo on pajama day at St. Stan’s was a blast!
Please join us on Sunday, January 28th from 9 am to 10:30 am for our annual Open House! New families can tour the building, meet some teachers and students, and get to know us better. We hope to see you then!
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!