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Angela Demuro celebrates Dr. Seuss’s birthday at WA Catholic

In celebration of Read Across America and Dr. Suess’ Birthday, the Wyoming Area Catholic School community marked the occasion with a night of reading! The evening was enhanced with our very own local author, Angela Demuro, author of the book "I Already Knew I Loved You." Angela Demuro, a graduate of Seton Catholic High School, read her book to preschool and Kindergarten students. Pictured are:

Row one: Olivia Latoski, Katherine Potter, Tessa Cegelka, Shane Cegelka, Valerie Werhun, Nathan Coates, Joyce Renfer, and Brandon Renfer.

Row two: Molly Holmes, Angela Demuro, and Brenna Satkowski.

Dates to Remember

April 11: Lifetouch Spring Casual Pictures

April 12: Mass at St. Cecilia’s Church, fourth grade will lead us in prayer.

April 13: Report Cards

April 15: Living Stations at 1:00 p.m., St. Cecilia’s Parish

Living Stations

All are invited to attend the Living Stations on Friday, April 15 at 1:00 p.m. in St. Cecilia’s Church. The Living Stations will be presented by the eight grade students at Wyoming Area Catholic.

Peter Kulick as Jesus; Ana Rogers as Mary; Justin Renfer as Simon; Veronica: Vicky Sidari; Assistant: Katie Stonikinis; Megan Moran as Mary Magdalene; Women of Jerusalem: Jordan Fritz, Holly Green, Carina Forte, Erica Oakschunas, Megan Donnelly, Michalene Mecadon; Madonna Mantione; Thieves: Gaetano Buonsante, Tyler Egan; Guards: Alex Rowan, Ian Madigan, Michael Pelligrini, Mark Cantafio, Eric Curtis, Cody Salerno, Nick Anderson, Zach Voitek, Tyler Potorski and David Staskiel; Narrators for the Way of the Cross” Lauren Aldrich and Mary Pat Blaskiewicz

Bishops Youth Awards

Wyoming Area Catholic School is proud to announce the names of the eighth grade students who were presented with the Bishop’s Youth Award. Representing Wyoming Area Catholic: Mary Pat Blaskiewicz, Gaetano Buonsante and Peter Kulick

Representing her parish St. Mary’s Wilkes-Barre was Carina Forte.

Barnes and Noble Essay Contest

Congratulations to Megan Moran, grade 8, for winning First Prize in the local Barnes & Noble “My Favorite Teacher” Essay Contest. Megan’s Favorite Teacher in her essay: Mary Ann Paddock-Kaminski . Megan’s essay will now move up to regional judging.

Rachael Cochran, grade 6, tied for Second Prize in the local Barnes & Noble “My Favorite Teacher” Essay Contest. Rachael’s favorite teacher in her essay: Mrs. Josephine Toomey.

An awards ceremony will be held on Wednesday, April 13 at 6:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble in Wilkes-Barre to honor the winners the “My Favorite Teacher” Contest. The Wyoming Area Catholic School Community is invited to attend this presentation.

Cougar Cash

April 11 is the last day for Cougar Cash before Easter. Orders will resume on Tuesday, April 26.


Please keep sending in Campbell Soup Labels and Box Tops for Education. The containers for the labels are in the main hallway.

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