Students in grades Kindergarten through eighth gather once a month in Quinn Hall for a multi-media assembly to learn about the fascinating lives and famous works of the Master Artists through our Meet the Masters program.
Students were asked to submit entries to their teachers about why they love Saint Hedwig School. One Kindergarten through second grade student was chosen, one third through fifth grade student was chosen and one sixth through eighth student was chosen as a winner out of all entries received. Students won a gift card and the chance to share their entry at morning assembly. Congratulations to Logan Cooper for her win in the third through fifth grade category!
Contest guidelines were as follows: Entries were submitted by January 27th. Students drew or wrote about why they love St. Hedwig School. Creativity was encouraged! Students submitted artwork, poetry, an essay, etc.
Basketball season is upon us. For decades, students in grades 5 – 8 have joined forces to compete against other Catholic schools in the diocese where they have learned important life lessons both on and off the court. A few students have shared how meaningful this experience has been for them…
Military Children's Charity is an organization that supports the children of Military families throughout the United States. Donated toys are given to children whose mother or father are deployed overseas.
Last week, the first grade class decided they needed a more exciting way to practice their spelling words and spelling patterns. So, Mrs. Powers decided to squirt shaving cream on student desks and allow students to practice the spellings of the words while cleaning their desks at the same time! Here is some of what the students said.