Diocesan schools celebrated Catholic Schools Week recently with an eclectic mix of events, from the serious to the silly. A number of those schools shared their photos and essays with The Miscellany.
Photos from 14 schools (PDF, 500Kb)
Essay: St. Anne School, Rock Hill
Essay: St. John School, North Charleston
Essay: St. Joseph’s Catholic School, Greenville
St. Anthony School, Florence
St. Anthony School celebrated Catholic education during Catholic Schools Week, Jan. 30 to Feb. 4, with something for everyone: including a day for service projects, crazy socks, pajamas, parent appreciation, talent show, book fair, open house and more. Activities reflected the themes of “Enlightened in Faith, Embraced as Family, Empowered with Knowledge, and Enriched through Service.”
St. Anthony students took part in Masses at St. Anthony Church, prayed the rosary for world peace, collected enough peanut butter and jelly to fill five large boxes to donate to Lighthouse Ministries’ food pantry, and made cards and placemats for residents of local elder care homes.
Parent Appreciation Day concluded a successful and fun week of service and celebrations with lunch for parents and grandparents.
Holy Trinity Catholic School, Longs
Students from Holy Trinity pray during a special Catholic Schools Week Mass celebrating education.