Fr. Tim held a fundraiser to send 6th, 7th and 8th graders to the Diocese of Burlington Middle School Rally North in Burlington on Sunday October 26th. People could vote (for $5 a vote) to see him shave either his beard or head. Guess which won?
THANK YOU FATHER TIM! We all appreciate your generosity.
While attending the Gifts of the Kingdom workshop in Burlington on Saturday, we met up with our former principal Mr. Peter Close! He is teaching at Bishop Marshall School in Morrisville and his daughters attend LRUHS.
Students watch a video explaining the construction of the twin towers and the attack on those towers on 9/11.
Students reciting the Pledge of Allegiance on 9/11.
After being postponed for one week due to weather concerns, the annual barbeque and tag sale event was held on Sunday, Sept. 7th. Large crowds enjoyed the beautiful sunshine and delicious food. Thank you to the SPAA (St. Paul’s Parent Association) members, parents, students and K of C members who all worked together to cook the food, serve and sell tag sale items. Thank you to all who attended (many traveling from other parishes) to make this event successful and fun.
WELCOME NEW PRE-K AND K STUDENTS TO ST. PAUL’S!
Please join us for our Annual Chicken BBQ and Tag Sale
September 7th, 2014
Tag sale at 10:00
BB@ at 12:00
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First day at St. Paul’s Catholic School. Welcome to our returning students and to our new students. This group of cousins looks ready to Work, Study, Pray and Play!
Welcome back to returning students and welcome aboard to all new students and their families.
Monday, Aug. 25th is the first day of school for students. Drop-off begins at 7:40. There will be a new bus route for the students from the Newport Area.
Thursday, Aug. 28th we will have an Open House beginning at 5:30 at the school and moving to St. Paul’s Catholic Church (notice the new paint job being completed) at 6:00 for a meeting.
Hope you had a great summer of fun. Now we will start the work of a new school year.
THANK YOU to all of the students and families who worked so hard over the summer both at the Barton Fair parking cars and/or at the school, getting the building ready for the new school year. We deeply appreciate your work and dedication to our school and its mission.