We were thrilled to welcome our grandparents and special friends back to campus for Grandparents Day this year. Many grandparents traveled long distances to attend the celebration on Tuesday, November 21 and it warmed our hearts to be a part of their Thanksgiving festivities!
The morning began with a special Snapshot Tour for over 50 guests. Wolfhound grandparents Ron and Barbara Chapman shared what they feel makes Saint Patrick so special. Our Legati (student ambassadors) then took over the tour and spoke eloquently about the Life Ofs that are the foundation of our educational program of Total Formation.
Students in PreK through Sixth Grade entertained over 600 “grandfriends” with music from two choral revues entitled “Disney Movie Magic” and “Disney Spectacular” and were enthusiastically directed by both our Music Director Christopher Kypros and Music Teacher Dionne Smith.
Seventh and Eighth Grade students hosted the The Joan Maus Middle School Art Show in the Frances M. and Harvey L. Lindsay, Jr. Art Connector. Our students showcased artwork inspired by Calder, Cezanne, Picasso, and Fauvism. This show was curated by Fine Arts Chair Jacki Voorhies, Art Teacher Suzanne Voorhies, and Art Assistant Carrie Prince.
We are thankful so many of our Wolfhound grandparents were able to join us and see for themselves how our Fine Arts Team truly brings out the best in our students and inspires their creativity each and every day!