Java, Jokes and Jazz

Java, Jokes and Jazz

Middle schoolers will host their first coffee house on Thursday, February 23. The event will be after school in the library. Middle school students can perform art, music, comedy, or poetry. The event will be organized by sixth grade English teacher Ms. Bloomfield,...
A View From Afar

A View From Afar

Ms. Yahui Huang, a Fulbright scholar and high school English teacher from Taiwan, visited all Chinese classes last week to discuss life and culture in Taiwan. Ms. Huang is currently serving as a Foreign Language Teaching Assistant for Mandarin classes at Catholic...
Hidden Figures Now Visible

Hidden Figures Now Visible

This week tenth graders took a field trip to see the movie “Hidden Figures,” a movie about female African-American mathematicians at NASA. The tenth grade curriculum includes several units on civil rights and European history. In past years, tenth graders...
Plenty of Performance Possibilities

Plenty of Performance Possibilities

Fifth graders performed rewritten fairytales Wednesday afternoon in their theater classes. The plays, directed by fifth and sixth grade theatre teacher Mr. Baldwin, featured comic retellings of classic stories, with a strong emphasis on irony. This week’s...
It’s Cool to Bee Cool

It’s Cool to Bee Cool

Middle schoolers participated in our school’s Spelling Bee this past Tuesday. Seventh grader Ava Pugh earned a first place spot in the bee, followed by sixth grader Adelaide Pfeuffer, and eighth grader Robbie Mirabello. Sixth grader Audrey Kim earned a spot as...