Students at St. Agnes School in Lake Placid participate in the School Health Fair as part of their Health Curriculum and School Wellness Program
Kindergarten Students at St. James School in Gouverneur celebrate 100 days of school. They created their own shirts with 100 items on them, stacked 100 cups, threaded 100 candies and stomped on 100 balloons.
Seton Catholic and Immaculate Heart Central Receive Legacy Awards
The students from Seton Catholic, Plattsburgh and Immaculate Heart Central, Watertown were presented with the Catholic Charities Legacy Award at theCatholic Charities Annual Dinner on October 28, 2012. Both high schools were honored for their extraordinary Campus Ministry Service Programs that reach throughout their church, communities, and beyond to the world. Receiving the honor on behalf of his fellow students for Seton Catholic was Joseph Aabye, President of the Student Council. Receiving the honor in behalf of their fell students at Immaculate Heart were Addie McManinon and Emily Watson.
St. Marguerite D’Youville Academy Wins Trophy for Academic Excellence
Mrs. Celina Burns, Principal of SMDA, proudly carries the Kiwanis Cup.
St. Marguerite D’Youville Academy Wins Trophy
This year the Ogdensburg Kiwanis Club wanted to do something for our local youth to encourage them in their studies. They sponsored a competition with all the schools in Ogdensburg, Heuvelton, Lisbon and Morristown. Each school was given percentage points for students improving each marking period, those involved in chorus and band, student’s who had their art displayed at Remington or a gallery, those who read the most books and fulfilled the requirements of the school’s reading incentive programs, and an essay competition where the students had to interview someone over 55 and write an essay about that person. When all the points were tallied the winner was St. Marguerite D’Youville Academy in Ogdensburg. The students from SMDA that were recognized in the essay competition were Brogan LaRose for Grade 4, Lizzy Peo for Grade 5 and Bridget Paige for Grade 6.
Winners of the Kiwanis essay competition. Pictured above are Brogan LaRose, Grade four, Bill Merna, Kiwanis, and Lizzy Peo, Grade five. Missing when the picture was taken was Bridget Paige, Grade six.
SMDA Students from each class pose with the Kiwanis Trophy. Pictured above are Bridget Paige, Grade six, Samatha Flynn, Grade five, Hannah Powers, Grade four, Noah Mallette, Grade three, Hope Switzer, Grade two, Talan Ashley, Grade one and Thomas Gilbert, Kindergarten.
The staff of St. Marguerite’s proudly pose with the Kiwanis Cup. Front row: Kristy Simmons, Jr. Kindergarten teacher, Susan Green –grade four, Jennifer Smith-grade one, Principal Celina Burns, Pam Neal-grade two, and Allyssa Farrell-grade three. Back row: Theresa Woodward-aide, Jackie Pinkerton-aide, Darlene O’Marah- aide, Jennifer George-aide, Lorie Gruneisen-instrumental teacher and Julie Guarino-teacher grade 5/6. Missing from the picture are Aimee Flynn-Kindergarten teacher, Janet Guimond-aide, Lillian Daily- Foster Grandparent aide, Mary Sue Seymour-music and art, Al St. Pierre-physical education and Monica LaRose-librarian.
Bishop LaValley Visits St. James School in Gouveneur