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Spotlight: Veteran’s Day; Writing Celebrations! Saints Alive!

Veteran’s were honored with an all school Mass. Students were able to sit with their military family members. During offertory, students brought up personal care items that will be donated to John Cochran VA Hospital. After Mass, veterans were invited to the school cafeteria for a reception with treats and a guest speaker.

Writing Celebrations were a huge success! Parents were invited to their child’s classroom where their child was able to share their writing with them. It was great to see all the smiles!

Saints Alive! Press their orange button and they come to life and tell their story.

 

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St. Gabriel Wins at Chess Tournament

St. Gabriel hosted 290 players on this past Saturday for the CYC chess tournament. Congratulations to all of the team members for a great day!

Results are as follows:

3-4 Grade Division Individual; Lucas Grosswiler – 4th Place; Caden Bowles – 9th Place; 7-8 Grade Division Individual; Gavin Moyich – 1st Place; Aiden Pike – 2nd Place; Nathan Williams – 3rd Place

St. Gabriel 3-4 and 7-8 Grade Teams won 1st Place in their divisions. Ten team members have qualified for the championship at the end of February.

The Lego League Robotics Team Competed at Regional Tournament

Creativity and problem-solving skills were utilized as ten team members competed in the regional tournament on Saturday after advancing from the district tournament. Students had to build and program their own robot to perform specific tasks. The team named themselves the “Bob Rossers” after the painting guy on public television because they have learned “There are no mistakes, just happy accidents.”