All St. Therese students in grades 6, 7 and 8 participated in the Annual Patriot's Penn Essay Contest. The contest was open to all public and private schools in the state of New Jersey. St. Therese won first, second and third place in the contest. Congratulations to Brianna Favatella, Grade 7 who took third place, Kyle Cardinale, Grade 8 who took second place and Grayson Vittitow, Grade 7, who took first place. All students wrote an essay on "Why We Honor the American Flag." Grayson Vittitow's essay qualifies to move on to the state level.
This past week we named our Students of the Month for November:
Kindergarten: Kaitlyn Landis
Grade 1: Kylie Mazuro
Grade 2: Mackenzie Shivas
Grade 3: Anthony Graziani
Grade 4: Joseph Kuncharia
Grade 5: Danielle Pellegrino
Grade 6: Emily Varhaul
Grade 7: John Mabb
Grade 8: David Marin
Congratulations to all of our "Students of the Month," who earned this award for being obedient, respectful, polite, kind and courteous towards others during the month of November. Well done.
Today, Friday, December 7 students attended First Friday Mass. Tomorrow, Saturday, December 8 is the Feast of the Immaculate Conception and a Holy Day of Obligation.
Just a reminder to everyone that our annual Christmas Concert will take place on December 20 at 7:00 pm. The Band part of the concert will not take place as Mr. Mallinson has shared with me that there was not enough time to prepare. The annual 50/50 raffle will take place on this night. Good luck to everyone.
Everyone have Blessed Weekend,
Friday, December 7, 2018
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