Three cheers for Catholic Schools Week

Nothing gets kids going like class Olympics, and students at St. Mary’s School had a fabulous time Jan. 29 trying to beat the eighth graders in a Catholic Schools Week celebration.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus  Aubrie Klug and Aaron Stemper cheer on fellow kindergarteners in a coin race.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus
Aubrie Klug and Aaron Stemper cheer on fellow kindergarteners in a coin race.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus  Eighth grader Brooke Stemper was not going to let the third graders get the best of her in a game that forced her to walk with a ball in between her legs.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus
Eighth grader Brooke Stemper was not going to let the third graders get the best of her in a game that forced her to walk with a ball in between her legs.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus  Brayden McCallson deposits a Skittle in a cup after having to hold it in place at the end of a straw. Jokes about how much the game “sucked” were abundant.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus
Brayden McCallson deposits a Skittle in a cup after having to hold it in place at the end of a straw. Jokes about how much the game “sucked” were abundant.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus  Second grader Michael Colleran heads for home during a hopping competition.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus
Second grader Michael Colleran heads for home during a hopping competition.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus  Brynne Weinbender, Cassie Heimer and Amber Conniff work for team eighth grade in a hula hoop contest.

Emily Bialkowski/The Caledonia Argus
Brynne Weinbender, Cassie Heimer and Amber Conniff work for team eighth grade in a hula hoop contest.

 

 

 

 

 

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