Alumni cheering on the 2nd graders.
Father came to watch the Tug of War.
Catching the chips from the fire truck is always fun.
Waiting for the winner to be announced---Gold
The Olweus "Do the Right Thing Award winners" with their certificates.
We hosted a Food Link distribution day.
Girl Scouts helped with the distribution of food.
2016 May Day Court after a beautiful ceremony.
5th graders did a great job on their play.
Father Gonyo playing the piano for the 1st Communion class.
Just some of the prize baskets at the Blue-Gold Ball.
At the Blue-Gold Ball the "Teacher Experience" raffle was a huge success.
Spring Book Fair raffle winners with their prizes.
The 5th graders had a great time on Winter Fun Day
Spelling in the snow is a traditional Winter Fun Day event for the younger students.
Students from various grades read the Prayers of the Faithful at the Catholic School Week mass.
Sharing why she loves St. Rita school after Communion.
The 6th graders enjoyed bowling on Wacky Fun Day.
Even Mrs. Wagner bowled.
We were well represented at the regional Odyessy of the Mind competion.
Class Buddy Project Day has become a tradition of Catholic School Week.
The knowledge the National Geography Bee finalists have is fantastic.
The milk sorters had fun today!
Kindergarten's Muffins with Mom is a great way to start the day.
The 5th graders doing their song at the Christmas Sing-A-Long.
The Kindergartners did a great job at their first Sing-A-Long.
We had a float in the Webster Christmas parade.
Santa & his helper made a stop at school.
Just some of the items collected for our Advent Service project--Items for the Open Door Mission.
The 1st graders made a beautiful Angel Choir at the Christmas Play.
The 2nd grade shepherds announce the birth of Christ.
We sang carols at our Barnes & Noble Book Fair Night.
St. Nicholas came and left us a gift.
The 6th graders explaining St. Nicholas Day to the Kindergartners.
Mrs. Farley's class completed the 10 week D.A.R.E program.
Mr. Sampsell's class did too.
Hats representing all the branches of the military were brought to the altar.
The 6th graders did a beautiful coral reading about Veterans.
Taps was played to close the Veteran's Day service.
Master Sargent Faninski, our Veterans Day speaker, presented us with a plague of the prayer he wrote