Joining Catholic schools across the nation, the Mater Dei community celebrated Catholic Schools Week 2020 the week of January 26 through February 1. The theme for this year was “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.”
During this special week, in addition to fun-filled events, we also celebrated all members of our Mater Dei Catholic High School community who remain dedicated to ensuring that we continue to serve as a community in which students may learn, serve, lead, and succeed!
To begin Catholic Schools Week, students offered their gratitude to the numerous parishes who provide support to Mater Dei. (from left) Jordyn Muscarello and Ellen Antonacci are pictured at St. Dominic Catholic Church in Breese.
After sumo wrestling during our Catholic Schools Week Pep Rally, Ms. Miriah Harris, aka Persona Bossa, and her coaches (from left) Nolan Foppe, Kaleb Kues, and Trey Gerdes celebrated her 4-1 record.
Pictured on Camouflage Day, celebrating that we are soldiers for our faith who protect and serve those in need, are (from left) Catey Cowgill, Carissa Litteken, Avery Rahden, Claire Tasker, Alexis Kampwerth, Madison Eversgerd, and Mr. Dwight Thomas.
Pictured on Pajama Day, celebrating that we are comfortable with our faith, are (from left) Christian Jourdan, Drew Tasker, Morgan Oertel, Ellen Antonacci, Brianna Timmermann, and Bailey Fuhler.
To celebrate that God’s love is timeless, students enjoyed Decades Day, for which (from left) Rebekah Boyer, Kylie Stockmann, and Braelyn Proksha dressed as Grease’s Pink Ladies.