March e-Newsletter: In the News & Community Happenings
The following are news snippets from the March e-Newsletter highlighting the Pacelli Catholic School system, individual students, alumni, staff, and members of the PCS community who have recently been highlighted for their accomplishments.
PCHS students, staff, and community members donated blood to save lives and help fund PCS scholarships.
St. Steve’s students celebrated Wacky Wednesday in honor of Dr. Seuss.
Pacelli senior Brooke Schroeder was honored for advancing as a National Merit Scholarship Finalist.
Congratulations to PCS DI teams for qualifying for state – 5th grade D I Dem Boyz, The 8th Note, and PCHS team Omega Improv.
St. Bron’s 3rd & 4th graders performed the shadow stations for schoolmates and parishioners.
Parents, grandparents, alumni, staff, and community members had a blast celebrating Pacelli Catholic Schools at this year’s 5th Annual Cardinal Crusade.
Pacelli alum Ike Elliott was named to the 2018 NCAA Division III Academic All-District Six Men’s Basketball First Team becoming the first player in UW-Stout history to receive Academic All-District recognition. Congrats!
PCMS 8th graders track their Lenten commitments on the “Path to Christ.”
PCMS student Allison received honorable mention from Riverfront Arts Center for her sketch “Snowy Leopard.”
You won’t believe the transformation of the St. Steve’s gym, part of the ongoing capital campaign building renovations.
Check out these great photos of our young wrestlers by alum George Check.
We were honored to host a few students from China at PCMS again this year.
Check out our upcoming Kids Can Code! event on Saturday, April 14 for kids ages 6-12 who love hands-on activities. All kids are welcome, regardless of experience.
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Around the Corner with John McGivern featured Stevens Point in a recent episode.
Get ready: the 49th year of the world’s largest trivia contest will take the town by storm April 13-15.
It’s not too late to submit your creation for the “Peeps as Art” show slated to be held at the Riverfront Arts Center.
The city of Stevens Point is considering plans for a permanent parklet program in two areas of town.
Stevens Point is home to local snow sculpting artist Jef Schobert.
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