St. Anne community members of all ages filled the seats of the Queen of Life Center from February 15 through 17 to watch talented Middle School student actors and actresses play the likes of Belle, the Beast, Gaston, Mrs. Potts, Lumiere, and many more. Remarkable voices and choreography told this “tale as old as time” to eager show-goers who left voicing rave reviews.
The pounding of Native American drums echoed through the walls of St. Anne’s multipurpose room Sunday night. A gathered audience of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, family, and friends witnessed a time honored rite of passage born from a scouting tradition, stretching back more than 100 years.
For the seventh consecutive year St. Anne School has been awarded the Pacific Life Foundation Grant. Pacific Life created the “3T’s of Education Program” to benefit schools in the areas of technology, textbooks, and teacher training. Our eligibility for the grant comes from St. Anne stakeholders who serve as employees of Pacific Life.
In January, St. Anne School opened its doors to a department curriculum and teaching review process that brought in an educator from a leading peer school to offer critique and recommendations to support and strengthen the learning experience for St. Anne students.
Grade 3 students were blessed with an on-campus religious retreat this week. The purpose of the retreat was for students to gather together as a community of faith to celebrate God’s love and to recognize how we are all called to love God and others. It was designed to be a joyful experience of Christian fellowship near Valentine’s Day. The theme of the retreat was the Great Commandment.