The St. Stan’s Aquinas Club presented their project at the Diocesan Expo today. These students have met weekly all year and created their project together, based on Art in Roman Catholicism. Thanks to Mr. Curran and Ms. Losito for moderating the club!
Congratulations to Conor Guerrero, winner of the Memorial Day essay contest sponsored by the United Veteran’s and Fraternal Organizations of Maspeth! His hard work will be rewarded at a ceremony at the Memorial Day Ceremony following the Memorial Day parade on Sunday, May 28th. We are so proud of his accomplishments!
St. Stan’s students Cadence Ciorciari (clarinet), Kristen Donovan (clarinet), and Kacper Zmiejko (alto saxaphone) were chosen to be a part of the New York City Catholic School Honor Band! These students participate in the Paul Effman Band program at St. Stan’s, along with many other students. Those chosen for Honor Band were given the opportunity to play alongside hundreds of other NYC Catholic School students on Sunday, April 2nd.
Congratulations to our newly installed junior lectors Mark Caleca, Veronica Kolacz, Eileen Maguire, James White, and Jennifer White. We are so proud that they will be sharing the Word of God with St. Stan’s Parish!
Nursery through 3rd grade were treated to a play on March 28th by the troupe “Once Upon a Time”. They did various skits from an assortment of Disney movies, and brought some students onto the stage to take part in the fun.
Congratulations to the 5th grade St. Stan’s boys’ basketball team! They took the championship game on March 19th. We’re so proud of Adam Gallagher, Joseph Ching, and Dylan Younghese on their winning season!
Congratulations to 5th grader, Adam Gallagher, who won our middle grade math bee. He will represent St. Stan’s at the regional math bee on March 14th. We wish him the best of luck! Our runner up was 4th grader, Kayleigh Juele. We are proud of all of our math be contestants for their hard work and preparation!
Congratulations to the 6th grade girls CYO basketball team on their latest win. They are Diocesan Champions!
Part 2 (The Sequel) – Production
In Part 2 of the Film Club, students will be taught the basics of filmmaking. Pre-production drawings, scripts, filming, final editing and sound will be discussed at length. A final “fun film” will be produced along the way.
Starting Monday, March 6th, from 3-4 pm.
Sign up now for a 10-week Film Club experience. Only 7th and 8th graders can apply.
No snacks! No cell phones!