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Saint Columba School, as part of our holiday traditions, attended Bloomsburg Theater Essemble's holiday play. This year BTE presented The Wizard of OZ. This festive fantasy included St. Columba's own 5th grader Emily LaRouche. The show also included St. Columba alums Isabel Benfeild, and Anastasia Ferdock. Thanks, BTE for another wonderful Christmas production.  

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Winterfest!

Posted on January 02, 2019 in: School News, School Showcase

Winterfest!
SCS went Christmas with the annual Winterfest. There were tons of gifts, tons of Dollar Tree items, and tons of festive frolic. Mrs. Luchas did an outstanding job organizing the entire event, from wrapping the Dollar Tree items with other volunteers,  to lining up all the Christmas vendors. Thank you for another great success.

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Kindergarten Goes to the Food Cupboard
Students from Saint Columba Kindergarten recently visited the Bloomsburg Food Cupboard.  Students collected food to donate to the food cupboard and made thank you cards  for the food cupboard volunteers.

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Missionary Speaks to SCS

Posted on January 02, 2019 in: School News

Missionary Speaks to SCS
Father Michael Opoki of Our Lady, Help of Christians Church in Lykens traveled to St. Columba School to give an inspirational talk to middle school students about his experiences in his home country of Uganda. Fr. Opoki, a member of the Order of the Apostles of Jesus, offered a message of sharing and caring for children around the world and for being missionaries here at home.

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Preschool Creates Their Turkeys

Posted on January 02, 2019 in: School News

Preschool Creates Their Turkeys
Our Preschool class readied themselves for Thanksgiving by creating their own turkeys. All the students needed for their turkeys were paper, paint, and their hand. The class learned nothing makes a great Thanksgiving turkey than their own hand.

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Fifth Grade Teaches the Lives of the Saints
The first grade were thrilled to learn about the lives of the saints. Maryellen Faus teaches students about a little known saint, St Eligius. His life as an ambassador to the French king is not what he is best known for. He is known for his miracles and his work with horses. The first grade enjoyed his story.

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