Saint Patrick Catholic School is brimming with Christmas spirit as our Wolfhound community celebrates this most wonderful time of the year! Students in PreK through Eighth Grade sang beautifully during the annual Christmas Program on Thursday, December 14 and our newly-established Forensics team surprised our students, faculty, and staff with a pageant of their own on the morning of December 15. The Forensics Team performed three skits selected by the students themselves that offered both reflective moments and hearty laughs.
Finally, in what has become a beloved tradition, all Wolfhound students, faculty, and staff took part in the annual Christmas sing-a-long on the afternoon of Friday, December 15. Founding Principal Steve Hammond and Alumni Parent Jim Newsom got the Wolfhound Wailers band back together again to lead our community in the singing of some of our favorite Christmas songs. The band - made up of Saint Patrick Catholic School faculty, staff, parents, and alumni - performed rousing renditions of tunes like “Jingle Bells”, “Frosty the Snowman”, “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”, and “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”. Before closing out the fun, Mr. Hammond led the students in a quiet prayer and the singing of “Silent Night”.
Thank you to the Wolfhound Wailers, the Forensics Team, and all of our Saint Patrick Catholic School students for spreading Christmas cheer and for bringing us together before we head off for what we hope is a safe, merry, and restful Winter Break for everyone in our Wolfhound community!