Miss Ohio, Matti-Lynn Chrisman, reached elementary and junior high students and staff during her visit on Wednesday to St. Peter’s School with her “Pain Isn’t Always Obvious” campaign. She discussed bullying and reactions to emotions. Her campaign focuses on mental health awareness and suicide prevention and these past five months have taken her to numerous schools and other events during her reign as Miss Ohio. Her home host during this past June’s pageant week, parish secretary/receptionist, Mrs. Joyce Wells, accompanied Miss Ohio to the assembly.
Our local media friends at Richland Source were there, too. Click HERE for the RS story.
Miss Amanda from Gorman Nature Center was the greatest last week when she visited for another exciting after-school enrichment Nature Club class with Mrs. Scheurer. She shared information about amphibians and patiently went to each child so they could hold a gray tree frog, toad, and salamander! Thank you, Miss Amanda!
Thank you, also, to Mrs. Baker, for sending this information and photos. Go Spartans!
Let’s enjoy this sunshine while we have it! Students were hopping and skipping down the sidewalk on their way to and from lunch and others were busy walking the block and counting how many different colored leaves were on the ground. Rain. Rain. Go away for just a few more days! Go Spartans!
This week, sixth grade science students are learning about how matter interacts and they recently completed an investigation about how different liquids interact. In fact, they were so busy and engrossed in their work, they didn’t have time to smile for the camera. Thank you to Mrs. James for sending this information and photos. Go Spartans!
For November, the Montessori’s Show-and-Tell activity had the theme of “antiques”. The students were asked to bring in something that was made before they were born (an antique!). Thank you to Mrs. Beres for sending these photos. Go Spartans!