A true story of the deadliest cook in America came to life in a mock trial performed by the 8th grade language arts class of Guadalupe Regional Middle School. Under the direction of Mrs. Alicia Laney, a full courtroom drama unfolded using the information presented in Susan Campbell Bartoletti's book 📚 Terrible Typhoid Mary.
Our school president, Michael Motyl, is taking us national, appearing in Boston College's 2017 Annual Report and in Boston College's fall 2017 newsletter. Both have hit mailboxes across the country and internationally.
How will you share the good news about our schools this #GivingTuesday, November 28th?
Join us for Speed Networking on November 28, #GivingTuesday. We are looking for professionals of all ages to #GetInTheGame. Make a gift at the gate to support both schools, then stay for a cookout and this exciting opportunity. Gate opens at 6p, Speed Networking begins at 7p.
SJA student Jimena Chacon is helping us #GetInTheGame with this awesome video for #GivingTuesday. Your gift on November 28th will help make a quality Catholic education a reality for area students. Visit www.getinthegamenow.org. PLEASE SHARE!
8th-graders seek to understand more about the cultural and historical identity of their local community by creating a research question to investigate throughout the year that seeks to understand how politics, faith, and culture is perceived by those who live around and away from the border. #collegeandheaven