Mrs. Leslie’s prekindergarten class honored Jesus with a beautiful paraliturgy November 14th.
Our SCS second graders visited Camelot Assisted Living Facility. They dressed as saints in honor of All Saints Day and shared facts about chosen saints with the residents. What did the residents share? Sweet treat,s of course!
Our Achiever / Supporter of the Year recipient is someone who has devoted much, well probably very much, of either their time, talent or treasure in helping us accomplish our mission. This year’s honoree, Miguel Trujillo , over the past
Kindergarten put their counting skills to work while celebrating the 100th day of school with a special mission. They had several top secret missions to complete to find Zero the Hero and save 100’s Day!
St. Cecilia’s feast day is November 22nd. The students at St. Cecilia School honored their patron saint with a crowning ceremony during the school Mass on November 16th. During the ceremony the students highlighted the qualities that made Cecilia a
The 7th grade ELA classes recently hosted a Wax Museum to culminate a month-long unit on research and biographies. Each student was given an influential figure to research, choose significant areas of their lives to write an essay on, and
Zane Blanchard, SCS Class of 2023, recently competed in the 2016 Brute Nationals Wrestling Tournament on April 9th in Independence, Missouri and was crowned National Champion in his grade and weight class -First Grade 43lbs Division. Brute Nationals is an
This spring, several of our eighth grade girls tried out for spirit and dance teams at their future high schools. We are pleased to congratulate, Alex Pharr, a newly selected St. Thomas More cheerleader for next year, and Hannah Cramer
During the month of January, St. Cecilia School took time to observe the importance of protecting, defending and honoring life. Each religion class spiritually adopted an unborn child. The class named the child and prayed for the child. As the
SCS engaged students in both learning and creating memories with the “Krewe of Saints” culminating parade. In exploring Catholic faith and its connection, students focused on studying and researching our Catholic Saints. Students created an authentic community experience of fellowship