The Norwalk Catholic Spirit Rock received a Christmas makeover today!
Ms. Abel's kindergarten class enjoyed a book exchange, decorated cookies and enjoyed “hot chocolate” and marshmallows on their last day of school before Christmas break.
The Second Grade classes got to enjoy a Christmas celebration with games, crafts, treats. It was wonderful to see the smiles on the children's faces.
There are so many ways generosity is good for you. One of the benefits of being generous is that it enhances our awareness of the meaning and purpose of life. Will you consider giving an end of the year gift to Norwalk Catholic and let the benefits of being generous work in your life? https://www.norwalkcatholicschools.org/page/friends-for-the-future
🍕PTO Dough Raising Event! 🍕Wednesday December 22nd All Day 🍕Norwalk Domino’s location 🍕 Take the night off from holiday cooking and let Domino’s do it for you! 🍕 PTO will get 10% of profits. Thank you for the support!
Today the 4 year olds in Miss Nardecchia and Mrs. Griffin's class did experiments, made reindeer food, and drew pictures of Santa and Rudolph! The first experiment they did involved a chemical reaction with vinegar and baking soda causing the balloon to blow up. Unfortunately the second experiment didn't work, but it helped teach the kids a lesson about science!
There are so many ways generosity is good for you. One of the benefits of being generous is having a greater satisfaction with your life. Will you consider giving an end of the year gift to Norwalk Catholic and let the benefits of being generous work in your life? https://www.norwalkcatholicschools.org/page/friends-for-the-future
Take a night off from holiday cooking! Let Domino's do the cooking for you! PTO Dough Raising Event on Wednesday, December 22nd. Norwalk Domino's location All Day PTO will get 10% of profits. Thank you for the support!
Our JV girls basketball game at Western Reserve is canceled for tomorrow. The Varsity girls game will begin at 1 pm at Western Reserve.
The kindergarten students sang after Mass this morning and wished everyone a Merry Christmas.
Miss Abel's Kindergarten class has been learning to recognize and identify shapes. They have learned that we can take those shapes and use them to build bigger shapes and objects! The students built houses, snowmen, elves, turtles and tadpoles!
The fifth grade D.A.R.E. graduation took place this morning. The students learned for 13 weeks from Captain Daniels on many topics including drugs, alcohol, social media, and bullying. This is the last class to have Captain Daniels as a D.A.R.E. officer as he has retired from D.A.R.E. Thank you to the Norwalk Police Department and Captain Daniels for all that you do and have done for our students!
Congratulations to SPH Senior, Tyler Perkins, for signing his letter of intent to continue his academic and football career at Iowa State! Your Flyer Family wishes you luck as you play at the next level!
Award winners from Tuesday's St. Paul football banquet are listed below: Front left to right: Bob Lippert Award, Aiden Naseman, Most Valuable Player, Will Stieber, Dave Rospert Award, Eli Fisher, Most Valuable Offensive Lineman, Zach Pocos Back left to right: Most Valuable Defensive Back, Aidan Kusser, Most Improved, Harley Stoll, Most Valuable Offensive Back, Quincey Crabbs, Most Valuable Defensive Lineman, Logan Risner
Today, our TLC students helped the St. Paul parish staff put together parishioner gifts.
PTO Movie Night in the Social Hall + Parent Gathering in the Convo Foyer were fun events! Thank you to everyone who attended! Congratulations to Evi + Christian Risner for winning the $1,000 Cash Prize for the November Calendar Raffle Grand Prize “Maybe Christmas (he thought) doesn’t come from a store. Maybe Christmas perhaps means a little bit more.” — The Grinch
Below are the links for tonight's High School Band Concert. The show begins at 7pm. Youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VBMsWCV1sw4 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/110313162426/posts/10159736965802427/
Calling all bakers…. We are looking for bakers to make some cookies that will then be distribute to our staff at NCS. Here is the link if you are able to help! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D49A9A72FA7FFC52-ncsstaff
Students from the high school band and choir helped spread Christmas cheer at the Norwalk Public Library at the annual Christmas party. They performed Christmas classics as a brass quintet and small choral ensemble. They even found Santa and Mrs. Claus afterwards and had to tell them their wishes for this Christmas!
Parents attending tonight's PTO event, please use the Milan Avenue doors to the elementary. Thank you!