Note from the Principal's Desk
Dear St. Dom’s Families & Friends,
We had a phenomenal Catholic Schools Week 2020. Fr. Seamus, Susan Wong, and the Assistant Chaplins did an excellent job planning, organizing, and leading the activities for the week. We kicked off the week with an assembly Monday morning with a Staff Thank You Breakfast. Tuesday we had a fantastic hour at the end of the day where all students were engaged in meaningful service projects to help those less fortunate. Wednesday for the last hour of the day, the students went skating at Norway Savings Bank Arena. Thursday afternoon we had a rousing Catholic Schools Week trivia competition between all seven of the grades. The 7th graders ended up edging out the juniors to win the championship! It was great fun! Friday all of our students traveled to the Lewiston Campus to participate in “Buddy Activities” with the elementary students followed by Mass to conclude the week. Thanks to all who contributed to making Catholic Schools Week 2020 a success!
John Patrick Yorkey, Principal
Scenes from Catholic Schools Week!
THANK YOU FOR THE DONATIONS TO THE CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK SERVICE PROJECTS!
On Tuesday the students worked on services projects for area non profits. T-shirts bags were made for St. Mary's food pantry, cookies for first responders, shelves for St. Martin de Porres, toilette re bags for Trinity Jubilee, and stain glass sun catcher for D'youville. Thank you to the students, faculty and staff for all the hard work.
Congratulations to the 7th grade class for winning Catholic Trivia contest.
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Key Club and the Knights of Columbus Council 10019 are co-hosting a spaghetti supper this Saturday, February 8th from 4:00pm to 6:30pm. The dinner will take place in the Commons at the Auburn Campus. For more information please contact Pamela Kay at email@example.com.
Western Maine Conference Citizenship
Congratulations to Avery Greco and Jacques Ouellette, who have been chosen to represent Saint Dominic Academy at the Annual Western Maine Conference Banquet. Each year, school in the WMC choose two senior students to be honored for their contributions to the school in the area of academics, athletics, leadership and citizenship. Nice work Avery and Jack!!
Another big shout out to Jack and Avery for being crowned King and Queen at last weekend's Semi Formal.
The link for the February schedule is below and posted on the school website. For questions, please contact Director, Kay Warren at firstname.lastname@example.org or Musical Director/Music Teacher Matt Konrad at email@example.com.
Middle School Social
The middle school senate had a successful winter social. The students enjoyed the afternoon sledding, snowboarding, making snow cones and relaxing with friends.