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St. Scholastica wins state bowling title for second time in three years


St. Scholastica Aacademy Bowling team captures state title for second time in three years: Back row, from left to right: coach Peter Bertucci, manager Sarah Estapa, Amy Schneida, Hope Beaver, Emma Davis, Amber Ostarly, Cali Carroll, manager Frankey Leggio and coach John Walsdorf. Front row, from left: Katie Garraway, Cadie Manale, Meghan Kreeger, Megan Bounds and Aubry Hymel.

Dominican's Color Guard finishes in the Top 10


St. Mary’s Dominican High School Color Guard, front row, from left: Katie Meyer, Niaya Smith, Ariale Brock, Anabelle Johnson, Lyndsey Jones, and Reva Keller. Picture, middle row are: moderators Caroline Boelte and Anne Comiskey. Back row: Eden Girmay, Alexa Gonzalez, Amari McDonald, Brooke Davis, Kristen Tholen, Kassidy Meredith, Jessica Wallesverd and Anne Zelden. The 
Color Guard competed in the Mississippi-Louisiana Winter Guard Championships and finished in the Top 10. The team also competed in various ensemble and solo routines. Team member Kristen Tholen finished third place for her solo routine. Color Guard coach is Frazier Wash. Moderators or Caroline Boelte and Anne Comiskey. 
 

Cabrini teacher studying at Smithsonian this summer



Michelle Fortier, chair of Cabrini High School’s English Department, has been accepted to the Smithsonian American Art Museum’s Summer Institute: Teaching the Humanities through Art in Washington, D.C. 

During her summer at the institute, Fortier ‘97 will learn about American art from professionals and learn how to integrate art into her daily teaching lessons. She will be joining educators from across the country to learn about the connections between American art, social studies, history, and English/language arts. After the institute, Fortier will be able to stay connected to her new network of colleagues and museum staff throughout the upcoming year. 
 
Said Fortier, “I am so excited I was chosen for this opportunity because I understand the importance of the arts in every subject that we teach at school, and I am excited to have the opportunity to be able to bring new knowledge that I will gain from the institute to my future classes.” 
 
According to the institute, they were only able to accept less than half of all participants, which shows Fortier’s acceptance is a testament to the strength of her application, her hard work and determination, and her many qualifications.