Every month we compile a list of students and schools doing great things across the Greater Mobile. We have so many talented students in our area. Mobile Bay Parents joins with these families and schools to celebrate their achievements!
Building for Easter in Bay Minette
Ms. Hastings’ Kinder Krew at Bay Minette Elementary had a blast with their Easter STEM activity. Students were given toothpicks, jellybeans, and peeps to construct whatever they wanted to. The building and imaginations began to create ships, submarines, motors, and towers. It was a fun afternoon of construction!
2nd Grade Word Search
Summerdale School 2nd grade held their annual word hunt today! This is a fun reading activity and recycling project as they celebrate Earth Day and learn about recycling. Students made a basket from a recycled can from the cafeteria as a part of our Social Studies unit on Rights and Responsibilities.
Robertsdale 4th Graders Explore Learning
Robertsdale Elementary School 4th graders had a great time at the Exploreum yesterday. We were able to learn more about the human body systems, animal adaptations, simple machines, and explore in the hands-on hall. We received multiple compliments about these excellent students as they were a shining example of the Robertsdale Bears.
Belforest Kindergarten Egg Hunt
Belforest Elementary had some Easter egg fun in Kindergarten!! Super excited kiddos and amazing teachers who make all of this possible
Bayside Academy’s Great Day of Service
On Wednesday, April 13, Bayside Academy held its annual Great Day of Service. On this day, students of all ages (from PK3 through 12th grade) took time to serve others.
• PK3 through kindergarten students spent the day making egg carton wreaths for the Ronald McDonald House, building bird baths and bird nests for their feathered friends, and cleaning their playground.
• 1st grade students partnered with their 8th grade buddies to assemble summer bags for children at Light of the Village before working to clean up May Day Park.
• 2nd grade students created door hangers, placemats, and centerpieces for residents of Montrose Bay Health & Rehab.
• 3rd grade students made birthday bags for Prodisee Pantry so that families have all needed supplies for a child’s birthday including cake mix, icing, candles, balloons, and more.
• 4th grade students learned about food insecurity and packed snack bags for Rotary Youth Club participants.
• 5th grade students served the city of Daphne by spearheading neighborhood cleaning projects including tidying the cemetery at the Daphne History Museum, removing weeds and vines on the May Day Park boardwalk, and picking up litter along the bay access points near Bayside’s campus (McMillan Bluff, May Day Park, and Belrose Avenue).
• 6th grade students focused on global service and those who serve. They created paintings for residents of the William F. Green State Veterans Home, learned about the work of Konbit Haiti, and tie-dyed shirts for Konbit Haiti’s summer camp program.
• 7th grade students were all about community helpers. They began the day with basic CPR/AED instruction, packed goodie bags for local first responders, and ended the day with a car wash with proceeds benefiting the Baldwin County Humane Society.
• After hearing from Elizabeth Davis from Light of the Village to learn about the work they do locally, 8th grade students worked with their 1st grade buddies to assemble backpacks for children at Light of the Village. They also participated in basic CPR/AED instruction and cleaned up May Day Park.
• 9th grade students initiated a campus “Glow Up” where they assisted Bayside’s maintenance staff with needed projects.
• 10th grade boys spent the day working at Oaklawn Cemetery while small groups of girls worked at the Ronald McDonald House, the Baldwin County Humane Society, and Catholic Social Services.
• 11th grade students spent the day serving at Prodisee Pantry and the Exceptional Foundation.
• 12th grade students worked on three build sites for Habitat Humanity.
• Pictured: Bayside Academy students during the Great Day of Service on April 13th
Foley Elementary 4th Graders Experience Living History
Foley Elementary School 4th Grade really enjoyed their recent trip to Fort Conde in Mobile for Colonial Day!
Foley Elementary Brings Ag to Life in STEAM Lab
There is always fun to be had & learning taking place in STEAM Lab at Foley Elementary. 4th grade was recently studying about the properties of different types of soil. Agriculture in the classroom.
Foley Students Get Letters from PetPals
Mrs. Doffee’s students at Foley Elementary were so excited for the special PetPal mail they received from Rosie and Boo Boo!
Fairhope West Girls STEAM Club Learns from Real-Life Engineer
Fairhope West Elementary School “Girls In STEAM” enjoyed learning from engineer Katelyn James! The third and fourth grade girls were inspired to pursue STEAM careers while building a boat using only aluminum foil and straws. They then tested the boats to see how many quarters it would hold while floating.
Fairhope West Competes in Amazing Shake
Fairhope West students are so excited about our very first Amazing Shake competition! Each homeroom in grades 4-6 has elected 5 students to compete in the first round on Monday morning. Created by the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta, the Amazing Shake focuses on important social skills, such as hand shakes, communication, poise, manners, and confidence. We wish these contestants the best of luck in the competition! Stay tuned over the next couple of weeks for updates on each round!
Fairhope East 5th Grade Reads to Kindergarteners
Mrs. Smith’s fifth graders at Fairhope East Elementary shared their love of reading with Mrs. Burress’ kindergarten students!
Spanish Fort Lab Wins Supply Grant
At Spanish Fort High School Crystal Richerson was shocked to receive the news she won a grant for STEM Lab materials after just getting word she was chosen to attend a coveted conference in Chicago. Congratulations to you and to Gracie Gardner for snagging this grant!
Florence 6th Graders Take First College Tour
The Florence B Mathis Elementary School sixth graders are enjoying their day at their first college tour, Auburn University! War Eagle!
Spanish Fort Middle Visits USA
Spanish Fort Middle School 7th graders had a full fun-filled day at the University of South Alabama today. They toured the Hancock Whitney stadium; Jag Training Facility; played Native American, French, and Colonial games; toured the Archaeology Museum; participated in an Art & Architecture tour, went to the Native Plant Garden, and participated in a Bone Lab activity. This trip would not have been possible without Mrs. Margaret Howard’s (our 7th English Teacher) organizing of this event, along with the help of our entire 7th grade team, South Alabama’s staff, Laura Jordan (Bookkeeper), Teri Fisher (Registrar) chaperones, & even chaperone/bus driver & teacher/bus drivers!!! Thanks to our Toro community.
Daphne High School Tennis Teams are State Bound
Daphne Men and Women’s Tennis are headed to State! Both teams were the 7A District 1 Sectionals Runner-Up. Individual title winners were:
Court 2 Singles- Shayne Bodalia
Court 6 Singles- Kailey Lamont
Court 2 Doubles- Abby Jordan and Abigail Carlson.
3 Robertsdale FFA Teams Advance to State
Robertsdale High School FFA Chapter had a great showing at South District Contests with Floriculture, Nursery Landscape, and Aquaculture qualifying for State Competition.
Nursery Landscape 1st place
Trent Barnhill (high individual in district)
Aquaculture 1st place
Eric Hall (high individual in district)
Floriculture 3rd place
Lexis Hesselrode (2nd place individual in district)
Horse Judging 6th place (out of 28 teams)
Floriculture (South Baldwin FFA) 6th place
Fairhope East Students Learning with Robots
Fairhope East Elementary students are having a blast in STEAM learning all about the SpheroEdu robot! The SpheroEdu teaches coding, design-and-building, curriculum, and engaging lessons and activities encouraging exploration, imagination, and perseverance.Thank you Fairhope Educational Enrichment Foundation for your grant to purchase them in 2020!
Baldwin Co. Virtual Students Learn About Local Wildlife
Mrs. Pinkston’s and Mrs. Kavanaugh’s 2nd grade classes at Baldwin County Virtual Elementary School had an amazing field trip today at Weeks Bay Estuary Reserve. The students learned many interesting facts about the animals and plants in the bay area.
Spanish Fort Middle Geochache Egg Hunt
Mrs. Shaner’s 7th grade Geography class at Spanish Fort Middle School had a blast with their Geocaching Egg Hunt activity.
Rosinton 4th Graders Peep into Science
Mrs. Lynn’s 4th grade class at Rosinton Elementary are “Dissolving Easter Peeps – Ooey-Gooey Sugary Treat” was great for working on Science Concepts, 5 Senses, Predictions, Drawing Conclusions, Analyzing Data through Observation of Change and more!
Spanish Fort High Honors Biology Students Team Up
Spanish Fort High School teachers Mrs. Hyde and Mrs. Phillips collaborated to team teach honors biology students how to use Claims, Evidence, and Reasoning (CER) literacy skills to address scientific questions. Students worked in expert groups to create CER anchor charts, annotate Newsela articles, and create LucidChart mind maps!
J. Larry Newton is Raising Chicks
J. Larry Newton School little chicks were released today into their new home. Thank you to our parent donors, Newton PTO, As well as Mrs. Norman and staff who helped this adventure become a reality. Students love learning about animal adaptations and the lifecycle in engaging ways. They are also taking on new responsibilities as they learn about their feathery friends. These chicks have much more to teach us!
Fairhope West Students Learn Cause & Effect
Ms. Carnley’s class at Fairhope West Elementary is working with partners to brainstorm different scenarios while learning that actions have effects. It is a fun way to reinforce the skill of cause & effect.
Fairhope Tennis Teams Section Champs
ALL Fairhope Boys’ and Girls’ tennis teams filled the singles and doubles courts for the section finals on Thursday. After a rainy start, Pirates brought home Boys’ AND Girls’ Section Champ trophies!!
Daphne High Students Learn About Tourism Industry
Daphne High School Trojans Hospitality and Tourism and Culinary Departments get to hear from various speakers such as chefs, HR, Finance, Management, and more from The Grand Hotel Golf Resort & Spa, Autograph Collection! It was a great trip to learn about all the aspects of working in hospitality with a resort!
Thank you Grand Hotel for having us and sharing valuable knowledge with our students!
4 FMS Band Members Compete at All-State
Congratulations to four Foley Middle School students who competed at the Alabama All-State Band Festival this past week. We are so proud of their hard work and dedication! They have all put in extra practice time over several months to be honored amongst the best middle school musicians in our district and state. C-Untis Gill, Euphonium. Lily Wolf, Clarinet. Thomas Valenzula, Tenor Saxophone. Jacob Bennett, French Horn.
Daphne Students Recognized for Model UN
Congratulations to Daphne High School Junior JB Bellew and Freshman Eli Lores for a great showing at the Cardinal Model UN Conference. Bellew represented the United States and Lores represented Poland. Additional congratulations to JB on him being named Honorable Mention for Best Delegate Award.
Project Sweet Dreams Successful for Elberta
Members of Elberta Middle School FCCLA, Peer Helpers, and the Advanced Teen Connections class have worked tirelessly on our Project Sweet Dreams. Our goal was to make at least 200 pillowcases for children in the hospital. Since Winter Break, students have put in almost 100 hours to make this happen! Today, they dropped off 150 handmade pillowcases to The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart in Pensacola. They plan to make another pillowcase donation at the end of March. Thank you to Ascend Performance Materials for their $2,000 grant that made this project possible!
Rockwell Teacher Awarded STEAM Grant
Thanks to Stephen Strickland (with Stephanie Nelson presenting) for sponsoring Rockwell Teacher Julie Gilreath’s grant. We missed student Samantha Jones who helped her teacher on 3-5 grade STEAM supplies. Robbie Owen and Brian Thorpe love getting grants!
SFMS Behavior Program Gets Sponsored
Terry Thompson Chevrolet makes a difference! Thanks to Summer Riccio for presenting the big check to Leigh Walker and her students, Lucas Johnson and Alex Cook-Williams . At Spanish Fort Middle School they determined a program was needed to help students recognize and regulate behaviors throughout the day. Terry Thompson is a HUGE supporter of education.
JLNS Plants Tower Gardens
Ready for a JLN salad?! Tower gardens at J. Larry Newton School are underway! The students are loving watching the progress and testing the pH levels to ensure the proper balance. Stay tuned for growing progress!
Bay Minette 3rd Graders “Crack” the Code to Egg Transport
Bay Minette Elementary third graders proved the life of an egg is very fragile.
Students were asked to invent a “crack” proof way for the eggs to parachute from the stadium safely to the ground. Students were very creative with this assignment. Safety vehicles ranged from being taped in the middle of large marshmallows to being wrapped in paper towels inside of a box.
Great job guys! Very creative minds at work in 3rd grade!
Spanish Fort Boys Tennis Headed to State
Congratulations to the Spanish Fort High School boys Toro Tennis Team on winning 6A sectionals and advancing to STATE.
J. Larry Newton Students Spring into Art
Little artists is working hard the J. Larry Newton School Spring Into Art project! These crafts plus so many more will be available for auction on May 5 at Oak Hollow Farms! Mark your calendars! We can’t wait to see the amazing creations from each class!
Lighthouse Teams Show Leadership Skills
The Daphne Elementary School and WJ Carroll Student Lighthouse Teams joined together today to share their leadership skills.
Florence B. Mathis Students Awarded for Grant Writing
These Florence B Mathis teachers worked with their students to write grants they were awarded from the South Baldwin Chamber of Commerce.
Rockwell Earns 3-D Printer
3-D Printer for Meredith Phillips classroom!! Great job to Ty Davis and Logan White, student grant writers, who are bringing this to Rockwell Elementary School!
South Baldwin Tech Students Get Hands-On Wiring Lesson
South Baldwin Center for Technology would like to thank James Taylor, owner of Taylor Maintenance Services for giving of his time and materials to teach our students about wiring today. The students really enjoyed learning about that aspect of the construction process.
Daphne Basketball Teams Drill Elementary Students
The Daphne High School Trojans girls and boys basketball players went to Daphne Elementary! Each grade level received instruction from DHS basketball players while having fun! Special shout-out to Daphne Elementary PE Coaches and Administration for the warm welcome.
Silverhill Elementary Kindergarteners Demonstrate Reading
Mrs. DiMario’s kindergarten students at Silverhill Elementary School did a wonderful job reading to their class and our principal the week before Spring Break. They did an excellent job of identifying the characters, setting, and genre and with modeling excellent listening and comprehension skills!
BMMS Artist Wins State Title
Congratulations to a Bay Minette Middle School fabulous Young Artist Peyton Chain. She placed 1st in State for District I in the art medium of painting for the Visual Arts Achievement Program. The inspiration for her painting, a quote from Dr. Martin Luther King’s writings. This young lady is very gifted and a powerful painter. Art teacher Ms. Pamela Coffman.
St. James Easter Egg Hunt
St. James students enjoyed the annual Easter Egg Hunt around campus! Pictured with her Easter goodies is 2nd grader, Pippa Dryer.
Rockwell Receives Reading Grant
Jan Hayford and her very excited students at Rockwell Elementary School received a grant sponsored by Stephanie Wilson’s Eastern Shore Academy for classroom books. Thank you for inspiring our Kindergartners to love reading!
J. Larry Newton is Moving with Math
Math Moves on the number line at J. Larry Newton School!
All Paws on Deck for Math at Renaissance
Renaissance School of the Eastern Shore’s resident therapy dog Violet assisted in applying math skills. Students enjoyed measuring her for her new vest!
City of Daphne Praises Leader in Me Program
The City of Daphne was thrilled to be invited to W. J. Carroll Intermediate School’s 𝑳𝒆𝒂𝒅𝒆𝒓 𝑰𝒏 𝑴𝒆 program today. Mayor Robin LeJeune and Marketing Coordinator Kara Wilbourn listened to the school band & choir upon arrival, took a tour of the campus, listened to student tour guides explain the Leader In Me program and how it has affected them, and so much more. Thank you to the students, faculty and Principal Bottoms for having us – we are so proud of the differences you are making in The Jubilee City!
Fairhope East Plants Butterfly Garden
Fairhope East Elementary is doing their part to Save the Monarch butterflies
We are so excited to see caterpillars in our butterfly garden! Thank you so much Fairhope Educational Enrichment Foundation for our grant.
Foley Middle School Special Needs Playground Spruced Up
Thank you to Magnolia Landscaping for providing trees and shrubs to help spruce up the Foley Middle School Special Needs sensory playground! Thanks to the hard work of our lead teacher, Ms. Dunnam and paras Ms. Vicki, Ms. Tonya, and Ms. Emili. We are blessed to have teachers who want the very best for all of our students!
Belforest Elementary Students Take Marine Field Trip
2nd Grade students from Belforest Elementary enjoyed a wonderful day of learning and fun at IMMS in Gulfport!
Daphne East Art Club
Daphne East Elementary 6th grade Art Club making journals with Carolyn Mosley.
Getting Cozy with Reading at Robertsdale
There’s nothing better than a cozy couch and a good book in Ms. Leslie’s and Mrs. Gayle’s class at Robertsdale Elementary School
Fairhope 7th Graders Go To Camp
Fairhope Middle School 7th Graders attended Camp McDowell. The McDowell Environmental Center (MEC) is a unique learning experience for thousands of students and teachers throughout the region every year. More than a walk in the woods, this non-sectarian program welcomes all students regardless of race, religion, or gender. Schools typically come for three days and two nights to learn knowledge and skills from excellent instructors that are impossible to find in the traditional classroom.
Fairhope High’s Cantley Wins State Majorette Title
Congratulations to Sydnee Cantley for winning the state title of
Miss Majorette of Alabama.
Belforest Students Find Art in Nature
Students at Belforest Elementary are learning about line, texture, and color and Alabama’s red-bellied turtle with our guest artist Mr. Ricky Trione! Kids will continue learning with him the week following Spring Break.
Silverhill Supports Healthcare Heroes
Thank you for supporting Silverhill Elementary’s Red Ribbon Leader Kason Weaver’s Healthcare Hero Project. Silverhill Elementary students and staff appreciate the hard work and effort of our local healthcare heroes to serve our community.
FBLA Egg Hunt
Fairhope High School FBLA had an egg-traordinary time hunting eggs with these rockstars
Foley High Guitar Class Gets Desk Upgrade
The Foley High Fine Arts Department would like to thank Rep. Steve McMillan for his generous donation to the Foley High School Guitar Program.
Rep. McMillan’s donation paid for new convertible desks for the guitar lab. These chairs allow students to both play guitar and work on their Chromebooks, by means of a movable tablet arm.
These Wenger brand chairs will easily last for many years to come. Pictured with the check are Mr. Michael Roy, Director of Guitar Studies, and Mrs. Jessica Webb, Interim Head Principal of Foley High School. Additional photos are of Mr. Roy’s 1st period, Guitar 1 class. GO LIONS!!!
STEAM Students From Florence B. Take Virtual Disney Trip
Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Kirby’s classes took a virtual field trip to Disney today! This was a STEAM activity that included reading about Walt Disney, using math to budget their trip, and engineering their own Disney attraction using a story plot. This activity will be continued after Spring Break as the students build their own rides.
Magnolia’s Project Jubilee Digs Into Ancient Egypt
For their culminating event of ancient Egypt, Magnolia School Project Jubilee students prepared their pharaoh for the afterlife by creating a tomb, building a sarcophagus, wrapping their pharaoh like a mummy, and much more! Thanks to the wonderful help of parents, students were able to make hieroglyphic bookmark, design scarab good luck charms, move heavy stones like the ancient Egyptian, and discover treasure on an archaeological dig.
PE & Music Collide at Florence B. Mathis
Florence B Mathis Elementary School 4th Grade PE using Rhythm Sticks to combine locomotor movement with dance steps!
Bay Minette Teacher Plays April Fools Joke on Students
Mrs. Morrison’s 4th grade class started out watching videos on Marshmallow Farms, then Rio 2 where they discussed a rare bird, then went and searched for the elusive “Lirpaloof” bird! They tried to lure them in with marshmallows and singing the name. Next year, she’ll buy the mini marshmallows! Once she yelled APRIL FOOLS, it began to snow around her. It was a fun day to kick off the beginning of SPRING BREAK 2022.
CCS Volleyball Player Signs with Bishop
Central Christian School is celebrating with Kendall Thomas! Kendall signed to play volleyball for Bishop State Community College. We are proud of her accomplishments!
Bay Minette Middle Attends Viewing Party
BMMS staff enjoyed a fun night at Starla’s viewing party at Pearl and Addie’s! We enjoyed meeting A’Dan as well!. Both of them move forward in the competition.
Central Christian Gives Back to Community During Spring Service Retreat
During our Spring Service Retreat, Central Christian School sent out 11 teams of students over a 2 day period to serve various organizations in neighboring cities. The team pictured was serving at Goodwill in Fairhope.
Famous Magician Performs for St. Michael School
On March 25th nationally renowned comedy magician, Dewayne Hill, performed for the students during lunch – a great time was had by all! Pictured below from left to right: Natalie Nelson, Lani BIll, Kendall Gorum, Mr. Hill, Tia Acker and Anna Randle.
Rennaisance Student Honors Healthcare Workers
Farm fun with Renaissance School of the Eastern Shore’s 2nd and 3rd graders! Thank you Dream Catcher Farm in Silverhill!
Bayside 4th Graders Travel to Montgomery
Bayside Academy’s 4th grade students traveled to Montgomery on Thursday, April 14. They visited the Alabama Department of Archives and History’s Museum of Alabama, the Alabama State Capitol, the Rosa Parks Museum, and Old Alabama Town.
Pictured: Bayside Academy’s 4th grade students and teachers on the steps of the Alabama State Capitol.
Central Christian Students Dig into Dissection
Central Christian School students, Faith McClain and Aiden Wright, are dissecting a cow heart in their Anatomy Class. Students share that “dissections” are interesting, gross, and fun!
Fun with Shapes at Robertsdale Elementary
Learning about shapes is so much fun at Robertsdale Elementary School
Renaissance Dual Enrollment Students Celebrate Scholarships
Renaissance School of the Eastern Shore’s Coastal Alabama Community College dual enrollment students have been impressively successful this year! They have earned a total of 59 college credit hours and received a total of $9,000 in dual enrollment scholarships.
Bayside Academy Bay Affair Shines Bright
On Saturday, April 9, Bayside Academy hosted its annual Bay Affair. This year’s record-breaking fundraiser was a huge event complete with fire dancers and fireworks. Event chairs Elizabeth Collins and Neacie Johnson did a remarkable job bringing the “Shine Brighter” theme to life. A huge thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, and parents and to everyone who donated items for our auction. We couldn’t have done it without you! Pictured: Bay Affair was shiny and bright! Pictured are Fine Art Co-Chair Rebekah Webb, Advancement Director Taylor Houser, Silent Auction Co-Chair Kim White-Spunner Gross ’99, Event Co-Chair Elizabeth Collins, Silent Auction Co-Chair Alison Halbert, Event Co-Chair Neacie Johnson, Decorations Chair Amy Kohn, and Fine Art Co-Chair Kelley Ogburn.
Christ the King Launches Choral Group
The new CTKCS Chorus began rehearsals last month and is working toward a performance in late Spring, and will also be singing in Mass. Repertoire includes many different genres of music, including Musical Theater, traditional Choral Literature, Contemporary Christian and Jazz.
St. Michael’s Choir Ranks Superior
Congratulations to Mr. Ethan Bennett and the Chamber Choir at St. Michael for receiving an overall assessment of “superior” for their performance at Alabama Vocal Association State Choral Performance Assessment last week.
The Chamber Choir rated “superior” for their live performance and “excellent” for their sight reading. It was a strong start for Mr. Bennett, in his first year with the St. Michael program, and for his students! Well done!
BCHS Fishing Team Brings Home Trophy
Baldwin County High School guys coming home with some Hardware from Lake Tuscaloosa
Bayside’s Daves Named National Boys Performer of the Week
Bayside Academy is thrilled to announce that senior Patrick Daves was named the NATIONAL Boys Performer of the Week by MileSplit USA for the week of March 28–April 3, 2022. Patrick was recognized for his performance at the Mobile Challenge of Champions, where he ran a U.S. top five 110m hurdle wind-legal result of 13.70 seconds.
Pictured: Bayside Academy senior Patrick Daves
Renaissance Student Wins Writing Award
Congratulations to Renaissance School of the Eastern Shore student Adam Stroecker! Adam recently received a Scholastic Writing Award from Alliance for Young Artist & Writers. He was chosen out of 260,000 other submissions and was in the top 1%!
St. Michael’s Students Submit Art for Festival
Senior Fine Art students at St. Michael Catholic High School, Lilli Eslava, Molly Sims and Mary Ella Scroogie submitted this beautiful collaborative piece in the high school art contest for the Fairhope Arts & Crafts Festival!
St. Michael’s National Honor Society
The St. Michael chapter of the National Honor Society recently inducted 34 juniors! At the induction, the current senior officers spoke about the 4 pillars of scholarship, leadership, character and service. Mr. Weber and Mrs. Treutel challenged the juniors to keep up their academic standards as well as assume leadership roles while strengthening their commitment to service. We are proud of these Cardinals!
Christ the King 8th Graders Shoot for the Stars
The annual 8th grade Rocket Launch took off on the Thursday before Easter break, managing to get all rockets fired and in flight despite the drizzly weather.
Christ the King School Prays for Peace
Pope Francis has invited all bishops to join him in an Act of Consecration of Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on the Feast of the Annunciation. Christ the King students, staff, and parents joined the prayer for peace.
Rennaisance Students Have Fun on the Farm
Renaissance School of the Eastern Shore’s Red Ribbon Leader Andrew Croley distributed gift bags to healthcare heroes!