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Friday & Saturday

 September 17th & 18th

Alumni & Reunion Weekend
Please visit the Alumni & Reunion Weekend page on our website for more details.

Wednesday, September 15th

See You At The Pole

 This event is a prayer rally where high school students meet at the school flagpole before school to lift up their friends, families, teachers, school, and nation to God. This event is a student-initiated, student-organized, and student-led event.


  • Prayer will begin at 7:00 a.m. at the flag pole in front of the I.A. building for high school students.
  • STUCO will provide donuts and drinks for everyone that comes.
  • SYATP usually ends around 7:30 a.m.

Grandparents Day & K–6 Art Show

Friday, September 24th

Psalm 100: A Word for all generations
  • 10:00 a.m. - Coffee, donuts, and art gallery in the commons (cafeteria area) for grandparents.  
  • 10:30 a.m. - K–6 music program in the gym
  • 10:50 a.m. - Photos with alumni grandparents and their grandchildren
  • 11:00 a.m. - Grandparents are invited to visit the K–6 classrooms.
  • 11:30 a.m. - K–12 early dismissal. There will be NO after-school care on Grandparents Day.

Families, we know that some of you may have grandparents who are unable to join us. If your family has an “adopted” grandparent, please invite them to come.

This is a school day, so we want your child here, regardless of grandparents’ attendance. Our space is limited, so as a general rule, the event is not intended for parents and families.

Dress for students on Grandparents Day is regular school uniforms, solid color polo shirts and khaki or navy bottoms or jumpers.

Parents, if your child has permission to leave with grandparents instead of going to the car line for dismissal, please let your child's teacher know.


Art Show

Students are learning about the artist Henri Matisse and the Fauvism movement he started in the early 1900s. Art critics were so shocked about the vibrant colors and simplistic drawings that they called them Fauve, "wild beasts", compared to a sculpture that Donetallo had done. We looked at Matisses's use of lines, shapes, and colors in a few of his paintings and how seeing bright colors makes us happy and full of energy. For Grandparents Day, students will be making artwork based on what they have learned and Psalm 100.