• Intermediate school students help with Rake the Town
  • Students enjoy Rake The Town
  • Sound of Music Cast
  • Students in the Intermediate School had their annual pumpkin decorating event
  • Intermediate students researched reformers of the 1800's
  • Anti- Bullying Committee
  • Blessing of the Animals with Intermediate Students
  • 4th Grade Students Participate in History Day

 

 

This fall has been very successful at Loyola Catholic School.  In and out of the classroom our community has tackled a lot of projects and seen a lot of success.  We have enjoyed the journey which makes it even sweeter.  
 
Congratulations to Director Kim Rotchadl and her student actors who put on a wonderful musical:  “The Sound of Music”.   Loyola last produced this wonderful musical in the mid 1980s.  What a wonderful opportunity to see this generation’s take on the classic.
 
Volunteer leaders Jodi Schmitz, Jolene Wall and Hillary Pooley created a beautiful Wired to the Heart event on November 14th which raised nearly $200,000 for science and technology at Loyola.  We are grateful for their hard work and the many sponsors, donors and participants who made the event successful.  
 
In addition, in the photo stream above you will see visual reminders of the other ways our students have been involved this fall.   
 
Finally, two of our math teachers have received the KEYC Golden Apple award.  Congratulations to Mr. Rundell and Mrs. Schaub.  Their leadership of our math program and their recognition for their fine teaching are blessings to be thankful for.
 
As we move in to the Holiday Season, we look for many other bright moments for our community and blessings for all.
 
Blessings,
Fr. Robert Schneider, LCS President