On April 23, Mrs. Twila Wagner and her third grade class put on their 6th annual Wax Museum, entitled A Look Back in Time. The students picked one of their elder relatives to portray. Mrs. Wagner said, “It enables students to learn about their ancestry, community history, and helps them develop communication skills.”
It's that time of year again where we say goodbye to another group of seniors. The class of 2013 is getting ready to leave St Paul High School and start a new chapter in their lives.
This year two students from St. Paul High School attended the State Forensics Festival.
May third, the seniors of St. Paul High School were released from school to tour their home town.
May 8: PTO Awards Banquet @ 6:30
On Wednesday, March 27th, 2013, St. Paul High School held a seminar for all juniors and seniors to help prepare them for the workplace, and to acquire information about work experience. This seminar was given by nationally known speaker, Mr. Walter Keener.
On Thursday March 28th, Mrs Marti Tuck, SPHS school counselor, took seven students who were interested in nursing to Pittsburg State University. Students who attended were Ashton Wood, Jessica Caswell, Darby Kramer, Carly Parker, Brooke Milroy, Sissy Nguyen, and Emily Petty. The day was full of lots of information and hands on experience.
Chance Hays from the National Weather Service came to St. Paul on April 1. He travels to every county in the Wichita coverage area. The St. Paul Volunteer Fire Department and Neosho County Sheriff’s Office were also included.
SPHS freshmen attended the Pittsburg Community Theater’s performance of To Kill A Mockingbird on Thursday, April 4th. Pictured are (back row) Ashley Carlson, Jordyn Tuck, Holly Hutcherson, Jenny O’Bryan, and Brady Franklin, (middle row) Rebecca Wright, Morgan Carter, Josie Albertini, Seri Nelsen, Avery Thomas, and Dominic Caswell, (front row) Garrett Newberry, Brent Vitt, Chris Leistikow, and Alex Butler.
The National FFA Food For All Organization is an association devoted to providing food education through out communities. Recently this organization put together a grant that Ms. Rachael Pierce, the head of the agriculture program at St. Paul worked to secure for the school.