To kick off the week, our upper school students and faculty went head-to-head during a game of St. E history trivia at the Monday morning assembly. With two history teachers on their side, the maroon team was victorious. Many thanks to our very own St. E historian, Mr. Kevin Scott, for providing us with these interesting and fun facts about our #VKNation!
Tuesday was a day full of fun! We started off the morning showing our appreciation for all of our Viking parents by greeting them curbside with a smile and a donut! We appreciate all of the sacrifices you make to provide your children with a catholic school education.
For the first time ever, our Color Wars spanned across the entire school, Pre-K3 through 12th teamed up for some colorful fun. Purple, blue, yellow, black, green, orange, red... the list goes on and on! We all packed into the St. E Center at the end of the day for our school wide Minute-to-Win-it competition!
And somewhere in this crazy day we had time for even more creative expression! Our Art 1 students took the LEAD and spent the morning teaching our 4th graders about composition, balance and contrast. Together, they made original works of art!
Here's a glimpse into the fun....
School-Wide Day of Service
We love when our littles and bigs come together to serve the community!
Our seniors partnered with our lower school students to decorate and create On-the-Go Meal Kits for families benefiting the Ronald McDonald House. The bags were complete with snacks and a positive message and some happy thoughts. And while that was happening, our upper school students created Cold Weather Bags and Lunch Bags for the Ministry of Caring.