Today we celebrate the Feast of St. John Paul II. We had a special Mass learning about our Patron Saint and all he has done for us. Some students even took time to see the relic the Parish has. They found that to be absolutely fascinating!
Let's give a hand to the boys baseball team for an incredible season! It seemed like it was an incredibly quick season. The boys played with Queen of Heaven this year and it made for an awesome team. Great job everyone, including Coach Davis!
And thank you Mrs. Jenna Barney for the great pics!
Today is the Memorial of Saint Teresa of Jesus, Virgin and Doctor of the Church. Our 6th grade class lead us in Mass and did a fantastic job with the readings!
On Thursday, October 7th, the LVFD made a visit to Southtowns Catholic for Fire Prevention week. The firemen and EMTS were here to teach the boys and girls about the importance of their jobs and fire prevention.
A huge thank you to LVFD for coming out to Southtowns Catholic School for the morning. We learned so much from you!
A HUGE thank you goes out to EMT Patrick for coming out and speaking to the middle school about his line of work. The students were very interested to learn about what it is Patrick does on a daily basis and what it's like on the rig. Perhaps we have some future medical professionals in this group?
Today our 7th graders lead us in Mass with the memorial of Saint Thérèse. Thank you to the students who read today; they did a fantastic job!
It was a sad day here at SCS on Friday as it was the last day for our beloved 4th grade teacher, Mrs. Chelsea Ebert. Her students sent her off with well wishes, a surprise party and a giant poster signed by all the students Mrs. Ebert has taught here at Southtowns.
Chelsea will be dearly missed here, but we wish her all the best on her next adventure!
Happy fall y'all!
Thank you to Mr. Matt Switala for garnishing our gathering space with these beautiful decorations! We're ready for the change of seasons now
Today we were able to join together as a school for our first all-school mass of the year. The 8th grade class did a fantastic job leading us in the readings this morning. For many of the younger students, this was their first school mass and they were very excited to answer Fr. Sean's questions during the homily.
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