Thank you to Huron St. Peter's 8th grade and Vermilion St. Mary's 6th grade for joining the Flyer family for a day. The students were able to tour the campus, eat lunch with current Norwalk Catholic students, learn about self-defense in our law enforcement class, what it means to be a Flyer and saw what junior high and/or high school will look like wherever their roads lead them. Thank you! We hope to see you again soon!
Winter Sports Senior Spotlight Kaden Maxwell - Boys Basketball Most Influential Coach - Coach Brandon McCall. He relates to me the most. Best memory from their winter sport - Beating Plymouth in a close game Favorite part of being a Flyer? - Our Rivalries
Winter Sports Senior Spotlight Presley Stang - Girls Basketball Most Influential Coach - Coach Riley is by far the most influential coach to me without a doubt. The reason for this is because of the positive energy she displays and the smile she constantly wears on her face at every practice and game. At practice, Coach Riley is always willing to accommodate in drills when we have odd numbers and will always partner up with the person who doesn't have one. When times are challenging, she always provides encouragement and reminds us what we are capable of doing. Along with that, Coach Riley is a kindhearted person. In particular, she checks in on each one of us individually to see how we are doing. Her coaching style is very motivating which is why I believe she gets the best out of her players. I know I can always count on her for anything and can always go to her for help. Coach Riley is such a light in my life and is the true definition of an amiable and upbeat person. I am truly grateful for her. Her character is what I aspire to mimic. Best memory from their winter sport - My favorite memory from basketball is when we faced Monroeville in the MAC. At the time, Monroeville had possession of the ball and we were down 49-46 with little time left on the clock. Moments later, I swished a three which put it 49-49 to tie up the game. This is my favorite memory because of the shift in energy that came from the Lady Eagles to the Lady Flyers. The crowd went crazy. The noise I heard and excitement I saw from my teammates on and off the court gave me chills. This is a memory I will never forget. If you could be any superhero, who would you be? Why? - If I could be any superhero I would want to be either Hulk because of the mighty strength he possesses or superman because of the many other abilities he has that Hulk doesn't. Favorite part of being a Flyer? - My favorite part of being a Flyer is the family history I am apart of. I am blessed to carry on this family tradition as a fourth generation student to attend St. Paul. With that being said, I am extremely grateful to be a Flyer and to attend St. Paul. I am especially grateful to attend a Catholic school, the small and private aspect of it, the good education I receive, the sports programs I am apart of, and the safe environment it provides.
Winter Sports Senior Spotlight Joey Jordan - Boys Basketball Most Influential Coach - Coach Minor because he is always nice to me and very helpful for things that I am still learning how to do. Best memory from their winter sport - Watching Jake Roth hit a buzzer beater. If you could be any superhero, who would you be? Why? - I'd be Doctor Strange because he can fly and is a master of magic. Favorite part of being a Flyer? - The community and kindness that everybody brings to the table.
Winter Sports Senior Spotlight Julianne Colvin - Cheer Most Influential Coach - Coach Katie, she always inspires us to keep working and to do our best. Best memory from their winter sport - The first home game with a huge student section. If you could be any superhero, who would you be? Why? - She-hulk Favorite part of being a Flyer? - My Best Friend
Winter Sports Senior Highlight Andrew Schaffer - Swim Most Influential Coach - Coach Stoll, she has very beneficial workouts for us. Best memory from their winter sport - When we got a big Trophy at A-Behr If you could be any superhero, who would you be? Why? - Aqua Man because he’s cool Favorite part of being a Flyer? - Our mascot is an airplane
Winter Sports Senior Spotlight Brooke Houck - Girls Basketball Most Influential Coach - Coach Mahl is the most influential coach for me because she makes it known that she believes in me and the team and pushes us to be our best. Best memory from their winter sport - One of my best memories during my winter sport is getting pumped up in the locker room with music before playing a game. If you could be any superhero, who would you be? Why? - I would be Wonder Woman because I would have superhuman strength and speed as well as the ability to fly. Favorite part of being a Flyer? - My favorite part about being a Flyer is having such a participating class that gets along well. It is nice to see my classmates support each other at sporting events and I have fun doing so as well.
The annual Catholic Schools Week Spaghetti Dinner is quickly approaching! Thursday, February 3rd Early Childhood 5pm-7pm Reminder to students to bring in the items listed below. We appreciate everyone donations!! Pre-3 & Pre-4 1 dozen of Brownies – Please bring on Weds, Feb 2 or Thurs, Feb 3 Kindergarten 2 lb. Fresh or Frozen Ground beef – bring by Friday, Jan 28 Grades 1 - 3 6 oz. Can Tomato Paste – bring by Friday, Jan 28 Grades 4 - 6 1 lb. Thin Spaghetti – bring by Friday, Jan 28 Grades 7 - 12 48 oz. Jar of Plain Applesauce – bring by Friday, Jan 28 We are still in need of helping hands to host this dinner for our Flyer Family. Please use the following link to volunteer your time or sign up to bring in last minute ingredient needs: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0F4FABAE2EABF5C52-spaghetti
Tonight’s Freshman Boys Basketball Game at Crestview has been CANCELED.
Norwalk Catholic recognizes Martin Luther King, Jr. Day and the mission of Dr. King.
Just a friendly reminder their is no school tomorrow (Monday, January 17th) in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Enjoy your day off!
Information for Saturday's boys/girls basketball double header vs. Crestview.
Mrs. Z. and Mrs. Stoll’s classes were busy talking about Martin Luther King Jr. and how he wanted everyone to be treated equal. Today we did an experiment with a brown egg and a white egg. We talked about how they were the same and how they were different. We all decided that even thought we all look different on the outside, we are the same on the inside. And that God wants us to love everyone!
Are you interested in a nice evening out with your family? Norwalk Catholic PTO is sponsoring a Spaghetti Supper on Thursday, February 3rd, 2022 during Catholic Schools Week. This year we will be able to come together and enjoy each other's company while dining at the Early Childhood (EC). To make this a success, we need your help. We are asking that each student, according to grade level, bring in a certain item for this meal. We would appreciate classes bringing in the items listed below. Pre-3 & Pre-4 1 dozen of Brownies – Please bring on Weds, Feb 2 or Thurs, Feb 3 Kindergarten 2 lb. Fresh or Frozen Ground beef – bring by Friday, Jan 28 Grades 1 - 3 6 oz. Can Tomato Paste – bring by Friday, Jan 28 Grades 4 - 6 1 lb. Thin Spaghetti – bring by Friday, Jan 28 Grades 7 - 12 48 oz. Jar of Plain Applesauce – bring by Friday, Jan 28 Please have your student bring his/her item to school JR/HS Students please bring it to your home room teachers and house points will be awarded. We will have staff members collect items from the Elementary & High School Offices and see that they get to the Early Childhood. Be sure to watch grocery ads in case these items may be on sale. Volunteers needed to help prepare for the Spaghetti Supper We would love to have you help prepare the meal. Did you know the Supper has been a long standing tradition at our school for over 35 years? Be a part of the tradition, and sign up to volunteer! Please fill out the sign-up sheet below and return to the EC, Elem, or HS Office. If you have a student who needs service hours, this is a wonderful opportunity. If you have any questions, please contact Robin Vazquez at email@example.com or 419-577-2507. Gratefully yours, The Spaghetti Supper Committee
Mrs. Hancock’s Kindergarten Class has been learning about American Symbols in Social Studies. The students have identified and discussed the following American symbols: The American Flag along with saying The Pledge of Allegiance each day, The Liberty Bell, The Statue of Liberty, The Bald Eagle, The White House, The Washington Monument, The Capital Building and others. We read stories about the symbols and researched the location of the symbols along with pictures. The students each made a small booklet that told about the symbols to share with their families. Each student made a “Bald Eagle” to display in the hallway. The eagle's wings are their handprints. Shown in the picture are the kindergarten students proudly displaying their Bald Eagle.
Since it’s too cold to skate outside Mrs. Z’s. and Mrs. Stoll’s classes brought ice skating inside. The children enjoyed a snack shack after a long time “skating” on the ice.
The Norwalk Catholic's Annual Butter Braid Fundraiser Starts Monday, January 10th! Band members from grades 5-12 will be selling until January 24th. Please reach out to Band Director Victoria Faeth with any questions.
Miss Abel’s class is learning about sorting and putting things into groups based on a similar attribute. They practiced this by sorting fruit loops by color and used our math vocabulary of more, fewer, and equal. At the end, the students got to enjoy their fruit loop snack!
There may not be snow on the ground but that isn’t stopping the students in Miss Nardecchia and Mrs. Griffin's 4 year old class from being able to play in it! With the help of Insta-Snow, the students can play in the fluffy white stuff that we all love as kids!