St. Patrick's has become one of only five Eco-Schools USA Award recipients in the District of Columbia, earning a Bronze Award for Exceptional Achievement in Educating for Sustainability. The Eco-Schools USA program, offered by the National Wildlife Federation and recognizing more than 5,000 schools in all 50 states, is based on student-driven teams dedicated to reducing waste and conserving energy and water use. Please see the attached information sheet in "Continue Reading" regarding St. Patrick's achievements as we continue our work toward becoming an increasingly "green" school.
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Articles by four members of the Day School faculty and administration currently appear in three different professional publications, abundant evidence of the thought-leadership that St. Patrick's educators provide. Please click “Continue Reading” to learn more.
Are you feeling lucky?! Get ready for a fun-filled night of bingo, prizes, and pizza for the entire St. Patrick's community. Sponsored by the Parents Association, Family Bingo Night is coming up on Friday, January 31, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the Gymnasium & Performance Center. Bring your entire family (and your loudest "Bingo!"). We're excited to have our very own Sam Mason, early childhood science teacher and Director of Sustainability, emcee the event! In his honor, and in recognition of our commitment to the school's sustainability endeavors, we are asking families to bring reusable water bottles to cut down on our waste during the event. Click "Continue Reading" for the RSVP link. We hope to see you there!
The students of C3 (Culture, Creed, and Community) offer their Black History Month Presentation on Tuesday, February 11, at 6:00 pm, marking the eighth year of this special program on black history. The entire St. Patrick's community is invited to attend. This year, the show is entitled "C3 Certified." All year, the C3 students have been earning badges for exploring new ways to show culture, creed, and community. They have completed tasks, learned about history, helped others, and celebrated to collect tokens for their hard work. We would like to share this journey with you and allow you to earn badges. We look forward to seeing the whole community there!
Strong play on the court has characterized early results for Wolfhounds basketball. The boys junior varsity basketball team record now stands at 5-1, and the girls junior varsity basketball team record stands at 2-2. Our Wolfhounds have exhibited excellent teamwork with precision passing, tough defense, and sharp shooting. Go, Wolfhounds!