A Look Back at Catholic Schools Week 2018

Catholic Schools’ week at St. Michael School was a huge success due to the dedication of our Student Council and the support provided by SMS staff, students, and family members. Our Student Council researched the theme: Learn, Serve, Lead, Succeed. Their ideas all shared one common goal and this goal was to help others in their community and to show their appreciation for our priests, deacons, sisters, and school staff.

The Student Council organized a fun-filled week which encouraged creating cards and letters of appreciation, sharing time among peers, and donating money and items to several charities. The SMS community reached out to Kindred Nursing Home, Meals on Wheels, St. Jude Children’s Hospital, Tradewinds, and Wounded Warriors.

In addition to helping others, students participated in a variety of activities. Some of these activities included a bake sale, scavenger hunt, donation contest among all grade levels, career day, movie/popcorn, and classroom visits from Fr. Greg! Their school spirit was displayed as they dressed down in spirit wear, sports attire, patriotic colors, career attire, and pajamas.

Furthermore, this extraordinary week ended with a new tradition created by Parker Knueppel, a 7th grader at SMS. His idea was called, “Champion of the Week.” His goal was to encourage SMS spirit and participation among the students. The class to achieve both of these would win a trophy filled with surprises. The 2018 winner went to Mrs. McLaughlin’s 5th grade class! They will hold on to this award until 2019!

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