Students celebrate Catholic Schools Week


Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School second-grade students Aamyah Brown, Elizabeth Kibbe and Olivia Amerson gather to present parents with 'Do-nuts at Drop-Off' during Catholic Schools Week.


From Contributed Reports

Thursday, February 8, 2018

Students at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School always look forward to the last week in January.

This is the week that Catholic schools across the nation celebrate Catholic Schools Week. At Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic School, plans and preparations have been in the works for months. This year the school’s students celebrated in many ways from works of community service and parent appreciation to STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Arts and Mathematics) mini-camps for all grades.

All throughout the week, the school has focused on the Catholic Schools Week themes: “Learn, Serve, Lead and Succeed.” The week ended with pizza lunch and the school Talent Show — two of everyone’s favorite events.