Celebrating Catholic Schools

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COURTESY PHOTOS

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week, closing out the week with a sock hop. Students danced the afternoon away with their spirit pals — a program that places older students with the younger grades with the goal of creating a family atmosphere. At one point, students formed a conga line that included over 150 students in grades Pre-K-8. Eighth-graders hosted a math night for Pre-K-fourth-graders and their families. This night included games involving math, and concluded with a hot dog dinner. Stations were modified for all ages. Students listened to an interactive presentation by the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. Catholic Schools Week celebrated students and staff, as well as programs such as music and art.

COURTESY PHOTOS

Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School celebrated Catholic Schools Week, closing out the week with a sock hop. Students danced the afternoon away with their spirit pals — a program that places older students with the younger grades with the goal of creating a family atmosphere. At one point, students formed a conga line that included over 150 students in grades Pre-K-8. Eighth-graders hosted a math night for Pre-K-fourth-graders and their families. This night included games involving math, and concluded with a hot dog dinner. Stations were modified for all ages. Students listened to an interactive presentation by the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. Catholic Schools Week celebrated students and staff, as well as programs such as music and art.