This week was an exciting and eventful one for students at the Diocese of Rockville Centre Catholic Schools! Students basked in the warm sunshine while engaging in a wide array of activities. From the joyous moments spent creating traditional yarn dolls to the creative endeavor of constructing their very own Noah’s Ark, the children experienced an enriching blend of education and recreation. The spirit of giving was alive and well with a day of service, and students pushed their physical limits in cross country running. Chocolate lollipops added a sweet note to the celebrations, and playground fun brought smiles and laughter throughout the week.
^ St. Edward the Confessor Catholic School in Syosset students know the true joy of friendship and learning, from playground giggles to shared classroom adventures 💫
^ St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Regional School in Bellmore students are crafting connections and yarn dolls in the classroom – these little artists are weaving yarn AND memories. 😄
^ Saint John Paul II Regional School in Riverhead students capturing the spirit of adventure and creativity as these young explorers craft their very own Noah’s Ark with beaming smiles! 🚢✨
^ St. Martin de Porres Marianist School in Uniondale students are not only practicing their math skills but also finding peace and time for prayer in Mass. A beautiful blend of academics and faith. 📊🙏
^ Saint Martin of Tours School in Amityville students not only aced math but also proved that pasta can be more than a delicious dish – it’s a learning tool! 🍝🧮
^ Saint Mary’s Elementary School in Manhasset students dedicated a day to service and conquered cross country running with enthusiasm and heart. 🏃♂️💓
^ St. Patrick’s School in Huntington students enjoy sweet rewards for hard work and exciting adventures await, as they celebrate I-Ready success and explore the wonders of a brand-new playground! 🍭🌟
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