Annunciation Catholic Academy Students Celebrate Catholic Schools Week

On Sunday, Jan. 25, students at Annunciation Catholic Academy kicked off Catholic Schools Week.

It was a special week to celebrate that we have a nice, Catholic school to attend and that we receive a good, religious education.
On Sunday, students went to the celebration of Mass with their families and wore their dress uniforms. Wearing your dress uniform to Mass represents that you are a student that goes to Annunciation Catholic Academy, and you are going to participate in Catholic Schools Week. You normally only wear this when you go to Mass with your class during school.

In addition to all of the fun activities, including volleyball games, crazy dress up days, and “game show” games, the students remembered those in need. On Monday, they began the Souper Bowl coin collection.

The next day they wore their dress uniform and went to Mass. During Mass some students brought their mom a rose and thanked them for all that they have done.

Catholic School’s Week was really fun, and we’re looking forward to it next year.

Article written by Lydia, 4th grade student, Annunciation Catholic Academy