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2016 SPX Spelling Bee

Congratulations to our 2016 SPX Spelling Bee Winner, K. Armada and our runner up M. Liske. We would also like to congratulate ALL of our SPX students who participated in this year's spelling bee. Way to go!!!
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Grandparents Day at SPX

We love to celebrate our SPX Grandparents. So many joined us for mass and a reception to honor our grandparents. Our guests were treated to great performances from our SPX Band and Choir. It was a wonderful morning and a great way to kick off our Thanksgiving Holiday.
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6th Volunteer at Shoes for Orphan Souls!

Ms. Elliott’s sixth grade homeroom volunteered at Buckner Shoes for Orphan Souls on Tuesday, March 24. We sorted ladies’ shoes for the organization. They will be sent to various countries around the world to help protect children’s feet. Our parent volunteers had a great time, and we did too!
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Baby Caps for Parkland!!

5th grade students under the guidance of Lillian Honza and Kay Eiting made baby caps. These caps will be donated to Parkland Hospital. They will give these to the newborn babies to keep their little heads warm. For 5 years these ladies have come to St. Pius and worked with the students to make these caps. The St. Patrick Circle donates the material and the yarn for the students to use to make these caps. The students will make 200 caps today. The 5th grade classes have made 1000 caps these past 5 years! The students really enjoyed making these and thought it was so much fun!
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Dine in with a Dozen!!

Congratulations to Kingsley Nwabeke and Chinaza Onungwa for reading 12 or more Texas Bluebonnet nominees!! They got to participate in "Dine in with a Dozen" by being awarded a meal from Sonic. The china was set and the candles were burning to make this a special meal!! Chinaza even went over and above the 12 books by reading all of the 20 books that were nominated. Great job, both of you!!
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5th Graders visit Carmelite Monastery

The fifth graders on Friday went to visit the Discalced Carmelite Nuns. This religious order is cloistered so the only way to talk to a cloistered nun is to visit them! The students learned that these nuns spend most of their day in prayer and work. Some comments the students made after talking with these nuns is that they were so happy! They found it hard to understand how they could be so happy without a phone, TV, or a car. The Carmelite Monastery the students visited was started in 1928. They now have 11 nuns in this community and they are very young. These nuns do not work outside of the convent so rely on God to provide all of their needs. We, the community, are the hands of God!
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