Submitted by ST. ALOYSIUS CATHOLIC SCHOOL
An open house, mayoral address and teacher/student appreciations will highlight a week of activities at St. Aloysius Catholic School in honor of Catholic Schools Week on January 28-February 3.
“So many good things happen at our school year round, and Catholic Schools Week is a fantastic opportunity to showcase the great successes of our faculty and students,” said Andrea Puhl, principal. “I particularly encourage the public to visit St. Aloysius during our pen house and experience the education of which we are so proud.”
The open house kicks off the weeklong celebration, which will be held Sunday, Jan. 28 from 11:15 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., following the 10 a.m. Mass; all are welcome. Building tours will be available, as well as presentations for preschool (11:30 a.m.), junior high (11:30 a.m.) and kindergarten (12:00 p.m.).
Other activities throughout the week include:
Monday, Jan. 29 Community service projects by various grades.
Tuesday, Jan. 30 Bowling Green Mayor Richard A. Edwards will present a proclamation to the entire school at 2:45 p.m.
Wed., Jan. 31 Students get to dress up as their future profession. Sweet treats will be distributed to locations around the community who help show students the way to success.
Thursday, Feb. 1 Teacher luncheon in gratitude for their service. All-school liturgy and dress-up day.
Friday, Feb. 3 School spirit day, treat at lunch, plus a Catholic Schools Week gift for all. Academic pep rally, followed by 1BookBG kick-off for preschool-Grade 5.
More information on St. Aloysius School is available at www.stalbg.org.