On Wed., March 11, Carondelet fifth and sixth graders
will break from their usual classes to learn first hand about everything from
Architecture and Cake Decorating to the Science of Roller Coasters and Trial Law in the school's annual Creativity Day. Creativity Day gives students the
opportunity to explore interests and talents not regularly tapped into through
traditional school topics. The sessions are taught by a talented group of
Carondelet parents, teachers and community members.
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Saturday, March 1, over 250 Carondelet parents, faculty and friends
attended the school's 11th annual Parents A-Go-Go community builder and fundraiser. The evening included
a plethora of food and drinks, a silent and live auction, 'Book it Now' party sign-ups, music, dancing and more! Proceeds from the event will be used towards the school's general operating
expenses and new playground equipment at the Upper Campus. A special thank
you to the Go-Go committee and everyone who contributed to this year's
Over the past several months, CCS 8th graders have been busy preparing for History Day.
On Friday, Feb. 21, the student projects were judged in four
categories: Exhibits, Documentaries, Performances, and Websites. Several of
the projects will advance to regionals on March 11, followed by a state-wide competition.
The students have researched their topics, visited museums, libraries and universities; conducted personal interviews
with professors, scholars and field experts. The project is overseen by
Carondelet history teacher, Josh Nutter. Congratulations to our 8th graders on their hard work!