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door decorated with Polar Express images

Christmas and creativity are on display, thanks to our students! Congratulations to the winners of the annual advisory door decorating contest:

1st place - Mrs. Stemper

2nd place - Mrs. Blankenbaker

3rd place - Ms. Bradt

Honorable mentions - Mrs. Habel and Mr. Gray

Shout outs - Mrs. Griffith, Mrs. Canache, and Mr. Stump

Click to see the other winners' doors. 

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61 families impacted

Our Crusader families CRUSHED the goal of feeding 20 families this Thanksgiving by donating enough to fill 61 bags plus extras! Your generosity will impact hundreds of lives in our community this Thanksgiving by providing meals to those in need. Special thanks to the Service Committee, the members who helped with the packing, Elizabeth Navola, Connor Hicks, and Joanna Solorzano, Mrs.Ferrouillet, and Mrs. Janine Hicks. Thank you Crusaders! 

winners of virtue of month pose with Father Huber details in post

Congratulations to Carter Mack and Mrs. Stemper, who were recognized for living out the virtue of the month for November - magnanimity. Magnanimity is seeking with confidence to do great things in God. 

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Mr. Gray smiles holding his advisory's turkeys

Our CTK "families" celebrated Thanksgiving "turkey style" with a household turkey wrangling competition. Advisories searched all over campus for their hidden turkeys connected as a team by ropes. House of Regalis emerged as the winners thanks to the first place finish by Mrs. Stemper's advisory. Some advisories also enjoyed Thanksgiving feasts with turkey and all the fixings! 

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Digital art field of flowers with Saint Teresa and children

Celebrating life. Pro life. Sharing God-given talents. Celebrating creativity. This is CTK. This is Catholic education.

The winners of our pro-life Crusaders art contest:

Visual arts winner - Ernesia Bracewell

Musical winners - Maya Villalobos and Greg Wenning for their song “Flowers”

Honorable mentions to Elizabeth Navola, Mary Fisher, and Emma Beekwilder.

The theme was “How can you say that there are too many children? That is like saying that there are too many flowers.” - St. Teresa of Calcutta

Such beauty and talent from our Crusaders. A perfect exclamation point to our Discover Catholic Schools Week! 💙🤍💙🤍🎨🎨🎵🎵#CTK #goCrusaders #discoverCatholicSchools #believethinkservethecrusaderway #prolife

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