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Wii Tennis Champions

Posted on February 15, 2019 in: School News, School Showcase

Wii Tennis Champions
As part of our Catholic Schools Week celebrations, the final four of our Wii Tennis Championships was held. After a tough back and forth where it was anybody's game, Matt Getz emerged as our school's overall champion. Gavin Berger was in fourth place, Jacob Guerriero was third, and John Guerriero was second. 

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Pre-School Celebrates 100 Days of School
Saint Columba School's Preschool class celebrates their 100 days in school with their ants. Mrs. John our Preschool teacher chose a creepy crawly way to get to 100. Here two students use their counting chart and their helper ants to count to 100. 

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Elks Essay Winners

Posted on February 15, 2019 in: School News, School Showcase

Elks Essay Winners
Lila Oast, Emily LaRouche, and Mary Grace Duncan are proud Americans, and their essay explains why. The local chapter of the Elks hosted an essay contest title"What makes you proud of America." These three Saint Columba School students hit it with their entries and they now represent our school as their essay goes on to states. 

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Volleyball Rivalry Continues
As part of SCS's Catholic Schools Week celebration, Monsignor  Lawrence leads his team of teachers against the 7th & 8th grade students. This continued rivalry in this friendly volleyball game left the teachers winning again. This is a three-peat for the teachers.  A great time was had by all, and the students promise they will bring victory next year.

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Clyde Peeling's Reptiles Come to Visit SCS
Senior keeper of Clyde Peeling's Reptileland Kathryn Allen visited SCS during Catholic Schools Week. She brought with her many friends from an American alligator to a rattlesnake. Ms. Allen shared with the students tons of information like the difference between a venomous snake and a poisonous snake. She even allowed her friend Penny, the boa constrictor, to be closely inspected by students. Here, Sister Jean wears Penny while Blaise Kissinger wonders why anyone would wear a snake. 

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