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Channel 4’s Steve Templeton Visits St. Ann Catholic School

St. Ann Catholic School was pleased to welcome KMOV Channel 4’s Chief Meteorologist, Steve Templeton last week.  Mr. Templeton visited with our students for well over an hour and discussed all aspects of the weather. Everyone had a wonderful time.

Thank you Mr. Templeton for your time and sharing your knowledge with all of us.

Here is a brief video from Channel 4 highlighting his visit to St. Ann Catholic School.


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Outstanding Sportsmanship

I love to share good news with the St. Ann School community.  On Monday Fr. Bill received a voicemail from a parent at Mary Queen of Peace School.  Our 5th grade boys basketball team had played there over the weekend.  This father called to tell Fr. Bill how very impressed he was with the good sportsmanship and positive effort shown by our boys, their coaches, and their parents in the stands.  That same day I got an email from a woman who attended a basketball game at St. Clare of Assisi.  Our 7th grade girls played there and won the City County Division Championship.  This woman emailed to congratulate our girls, not just on their win, but also on their good sportsmanship as well as their coaches and parents.  This is the kind of news that really makes a principal proud! (Below is a copy of the email I received. Reprinted with permission.)

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St. Louis Circumnavigation 2

St. Ann Catholic School teacher and owner of Big Muddy Adventures, Michael F. Clark, along with expedition partner, John Ruskey of Quapaw Canoe Company have been leading annual adventure learning expeditions each of the past nine years.  This year, they will be setting off on a circumnavigation route of St. Louis by canoe.  The expedition goal is to document the natural beauty and human impact on the rivers that sustain St. Louis and its region and to produce and implement an extraordinary educational experience for elementary school students.

To learn more about this year’s journey click here to download a information packet.

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Thank You Snow Helpers!

Thank you very much to all that helped out and dug out our playground from the ice and snow.  I know that all the teachers are truly grateful for your hard work in getting things back to normal so the kids can have outside recess.

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