Catholic Schools Week @ Guardian Angel School

Monday, February 5, 2018
The 7th grade class pose in their pj's on pajama day. Pictured in front is Dalaini Bryant. First row: Kara Eftink, Kaitlyn Jolley, Sophie Priggel, Logan Dame, Riley Schlosser, Taylor Hobbs, Daley Siebert, & Courtney Dirnberger. Second row: Nathaniel Woods, Kyle Eftink, Drew Pobst, Connor Watkins, Lawson Hahn, & Haley Webb.

Catholic Schools Week was celebrated at Guardian Angel School in Oran from January 28 through February 2. The week began with an all school Mass on Sunday, followed by the opening of the book fair in the library. The book fair ran all week. On Monday, the students came to school in their pajamas and were served breakfast by their teachers. Tuesday was the students chance to support their school by wearing GA, ND, or OHS t-shirts. They could also wear hats after Mass. The parents and grandparents of the students came to school on Wednesday and had chili & cinnamon rolls with their children for lunch. In the afternoon, the students played bingo for some cool prizes. On Thursday, the classes took turns going to adoration and prayed as a class for vocations. The week ended with the entire school going bowling at West Park Lanes on Friday. When they returned to school at noon, they were dismissed for the day. Catholic Schools Week is a time to celebrate our Catholic school system and everyone who supports it.

A family enjoying chili & cinnamon roll day at Guardian Angel School. Pictured from left to right are Pat O'Brien, Ashtyn Pobst (K), Andy Pobst, Sally O'Brien, Andrea Pobst (Pre-K), and Amy Pobst.
The Dirnberger girls enjoy the company of mom and grandparents. Left to right are Ann Knaup, Susan Dirnberger, Brittany Dirnberger (8), Courntey Dirnberger (7), and John Knaup.
These pre-k students are waiting for their turn at bowling. Left to right are Ava Cook, Chloe Hahn, & Maebry Enderle.
Third graders, Westyn Keller and Porter Gadberry, are enjoying their time at the bowling alley during Catholic School Week.
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