Two weeks into the post-season and the St. Paul Flyers football team is still going strong. In week 11, the Flyers beat the Southington Chalkers with a score of 55-7, advancing the boys to Orrville where they played Wellsville. Unlikely to happen this far into playoffs, the Flyers shutout the tigers with a final score of 24-0. Now they head off to regional finals in Medina, where they will face the No. 1 team in their region, Berlin Center Western Reserve. If the team can come out on top with the win, they will be heading to state final four. The Flyers are in the playoffs for the fifteenth year since 1995, and are very excited about whats to come. Kyle Rospert says that the excitement is hard to contain. He is so proud that he can be apart of a team that can make it this far. It has been such a fun run, we hope to keep it going!
The St. Paul High School journalism class made a video called “What is your Spark?” Sharpnack Chevrolet donated a Spark car to St. Paul High School, so the journalism class made a video to thank them. The journalism class also wanted to thank the alumni and people who support our school. Without the supporters of St. Paul High, this school would most likely not exist. The video consisted of students holding up a whiteboard with their “spark” written on it. The people in the video ranged from preschoolers drawing pictures to high schoolers writing phrases. There were alumni and parents who saw the video and it made them cry. The journalism class was given donuts for their very hard work on this video. The school has received several positive comments on the video.
To see the video, visit http://ncsweb.org.
It’s not very often that St. Paul High School and Norwalk Catholic School Junior High have a Jeans Day, but it’s also not very often that the Junior High have had this good of grades. Actually, it’s never happened. Because of this, the Junior High and High School received a Jeans Day. Since the existence of Norwalk Catholic School, the Junior High has never had grades as good as they were for the first quarter. There were no more than 8 kids on eligibility for the whole first quarter, and most of the time none of those grades were F’s. Also, another outstanding feat that they hit was nobody was on the eligibility list at all in the last week of the first quarter. Some of the things that the High School students did to thank the Junior High students was make a big banner to put in their hallway as well as making them Thank You cards. This was the least they could do for the Junior High representing our school so well.
On Friday, October 11th, the St. Paul students were able to show their spirit during the pep rally and homecoming skit. The band got the students and faculty pumped up for the weekend by playing the fight song in the convocation center. Later, the speech and drama class performed a humorous skit. The skit was about lost trick-or-treaters (which were the homecoming attendants) who had to be rescued. Everyone was able to get a good laugh in and got prepared for the exciting weekend to come.
During the week of October 7-11, the Jr. High/High school students and staff of St. Paul participated in the annual homecoming week festivities known as “Spirit week”. On Monday, the theme was Flyer attire. Tuesdays theme was superhero day. On Wednesday, the students dressed up as twins for twin day. Halloween day was the theme for Thursday. Dress up day was on Friday. There were some crazy ideas during spirit week, and almost every student participated each day. “Spirit week is always something to look forward to,” stated one of the students. It is a tradition at the school to celebrate the week of homecoming by having a different theme every day of the week, voting on homecoming class attendants, and at the end of spirit week, we all gather to the convocation center gym for a pep rally and skit. Spirit week is a very fun week for the staff and students!
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