Olympiad Days was a great success due in large part to our 8th grade students. They planned, organized, and worked the day to the delight and enjoyment of the entire school. Special thanks also to Mr. Baker for guiding the students and making sure things ran as smoothly as they did.
Youth Counselor Rory Mitrik from Ss. Simon & Jude church came to our school to lead 5th – 8th grade students in a Faith and Fun Celebration called ‘Ignite and Confirm’. The events included an art project to be displayed in the school, Kahoot faith trivia, balloon caterpillar
As a community service project, many of our students volunteered to sing Christmas carols to the residents of Marion Manor. The students had a marvelous time, and the seniors enjoyed hearing some favorite tunes and visiting with the younger set.
Our annual Cookies With Santa event was held in the school cafeteria on Sunday, December 10. The children were so excited to share a snack with Santa and their friends. (Looks like a few elves showed up too!) A big thank you to the PTG and the Shovlin family for sponsoring this event.
The Kindergarten students had lots of fun at Meadowcroft Village. The weather was perfect–just look at those happy faces! They also had some fun painting in the art room. There’s a lot of talent in Mrs. Kaiser’s class.
What an exciting way to come back to school! Iceberg the Penguin, the Pittsburgh Penguin’s hockey team mascot, greeted the children as they arrived at St. Margaret’s today. Some of the students weren’t so sure about him, but most were thrilled to meet our special gue