At the end of June we were happy to report to Mr. Pomerleau that we met his challenge to fundraise and obtain $120,000 in donations, in celebration of our 120th year!
(Pictured, Saint Paul our Patron, from inside St. Paul’s Church)
Many generous individuals made extra financial contributions to make this happen, and we include all net profits of our volunteer run, parent staffed fundraisers. Thank you to all our many donors and benefactors, parents friends and parishioners, for running our volunteer events and fundraisers, for giving of your time and treasure, and for doing all with prayer and love!
Next school year we pray that this generosity continue, and our promotions will focus on donations to the scholarship fund to keep the school available to all!
May God continue to bless you and your families.
Students were treated to an educational and fun cruise on the lake courtesy of our beloved sponsor Mr. Tony Pomerleau.
Burlington Diocese seminarian Greg Caldwell of Essex will be assisting Fr. Naples for the next two months. Greg has already spent time with the students on a field trip and has been a guest speaker in religion classes.
Front Row: Nick Trevitts, Hannah Poginy, Annika Socia
Back Row: Jaden Dagesse, Jamison Lavine, Connor Trevitts, Teaguen Darling, Quinn Snedeker and Fr. Naples
On Saturday, March 25th, Marina, along with her parents and her coach Mrs. Ledoux, traveled to Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT. to represents St. Paul’s Catholic School at the statewide Mathcounts competition.
Grades 5& 6 school
science fair winners: Dawson Perron, Alicia Soccia, Lauren Mead, Maria Taylor, Jude Coe and Spencer Hayes with Principal Beloin.
Winners for grade four are: Noah Zebrowski, Zoey Copp and Matthew Poginy with Principal Beloin and Mrs. Lemiere, Teacher.
Grade 3 winners are: Bella Hanover, Mia Lussier and Bailey Ingalls with Mrs. Beloin, Principal and Teacher Mrs. Lemiere.
All winners are invited to participate in the Regional Science Fair at Lyndon State College on Friday, March 31st. God Bless and Best of Luck to our Student Scientists!