Aaron has been acting as a volunteer instructor to the beginning band trumpets. He has shown kindness and patience when working with the younger students and is enthusiastic about helping them get better at music. In addition to working the beginning band camp after school, Aaron has been attending the Monday morning beginning band rehearsals to help out the 4th grade trumpets.
Discover the Marian difference: Learning, serving, and leading. Take a look at the 2021-2022 timeline of events at Marian for all interested families. All events are geared toward the 7th and 8th graders and their parents.
It's time for Trunk or Treat! Stop by the St. Anthony parking lot in costume on Sunday evening, October 24 between 4pm and 5pm to trick or treat from trunk to trunk throughout the lot. Learn more and RSVP your trunk spot!
It's time for the Spooktacular Pumpkin Decorating Contest! Each class at St. Anthony needs one parent to sign up to pick up a pumpkin and decorate it for the class. Click for more details and to sign up for a pumpkin.
Grace exemplifies our St. Anthony faith pledge by always looking for ways to serve others. She helps clean the lunchroom tables without being asked. Grace has helped several new classmates by teaching them what to do at Mass and showing them around St. Anthony. Finally, Grace spends extra time preparing when it is her turn to lector at Mass.
This year, we are taking Original Works online! You'll be able to see your child's adorable artwork on a variety of products online before you order! You can order mugs, magnets, totes, tiles, ornaments and more!
Alan pulled a chair out for a friend who needed help when we went to Art class. He did this nice, selfless deed without being asked just because he knew his classmate could use some help. Alan has exhibited the virtues of Care & Servanthood. Way to go Alan!
Ariele is new to St. Anthony and has been working hard to learn all of our places and procedures. She is eager to learn and tries hard to listen and do the right thing. Recently, she was seen taking the time to explain an assignment to a fellow student and encouraging that student to keep going with their work. She waits for her turn instead of running ahead to be "first," and she often patiently waits for an answer to her questions in class. She is a great student to have in the classroom.
Get ready for the St. Anthony All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner on Friday, October 1st from 4:30-7:30pm. You may purchase tickets in the car pick up line on 9/30, or you may also purchase them online - just click this post!