Nearly forty Junior Knights enjoyed waving, smiling, and throwing candy during the Homecoming Parade.
Our 2017 “Red, Knight, and Blue” Homecoming was a successful, spirit-filled week! We thank our Student Council, as well as moderators Mrs. Christine Gramann and Mrs. Pam Zurliene, for their hard work!
Congratulations to freshman Harrison Mondt, our Student of the Week for the week of September 25! In her nomination, Spanish teacher Mrs. Andrea Bodinet stated, “I am proud to recognize Harrison Mondt as our Student of the Week! He has diligently served as an aid for a fellow student who... Read More
Congratulations to junior Baylee Richter, our Student of the Week for the week of September 18! In her nomination, English teacher Mrs. Emily Timmermann stated, “It is my pleasure to recognize Baylee Richter, for she has consistently shown motivation to succeed. She comes into class prepared and willing to participate.... Read More
Student Council members are finalizing plans for Homecoming 2017, “Red, Knight, and Blue.” The celebration, scheduled for September 25-30, will begin Monday with “Old School Day,” when we celebrate the many grade schools from which our students hail. Unity will be built Tuesday, when as a school community, we celebrate... Read More
For their field show “Phobias,” the Marching Knights earned fourth place at the Tiger Ambush Classic on September 16. We congratulate the Marching Knights members, as well as Director of Bands Mr. Blake Korte, drumline instructor Mr. Matt Murphy, and color guard instructor Ms. Julianna Swanson.
For their field show “Phobias,” the Marching Knights nearly swept the awards at the Metro East Marching Classic held at O’Fallon Township High School on Saturday, September 9. In addition to earning first place in Class A, the Marching Knights earned Outstanding Music, Outstanding Visuals, and Outstanding Drum Line.
Congratulations to freshman Christopher Kalmer, our Student of the Week for the week of September 11! In her nomination, Algebra I teacher Mrs. Deb Foote stated, “Despite a tough start, after missing the first few days of school due to an injury, Christopher quickly caught up and continues to achieve... Read More
From collections at Mater Dei, Marquette, and the September 1 football game between the schools, $3,278 will be donated to the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston to support victims of Hurricane Harvey.