Wyoming Area Catholic news

First Posted: 3/26/2013

Wyoming Area Catholic School in Exeter announces the following:


March 28 – April 2, Easter holiday, no school

April 3, classes resume

April 11, Parent envelopes will be sent home


The next mass to honor our grandparents for our sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students will be held on Friday, April 12. An invitation will be sent out upon our return from Easter break.

AUTISM AWARENESS DRESS DOWN DAY – Students will be able to dress down on Wednesday, April 3 for a $2 charge. All money will benefit Liv with Autism, a local non-profit organization. Liv with Autism helps promote Autism Awareness and enhance the lives of people with Autism. This fundraiser was organized by sixth grader Elizabeth Kravitz. To participate, put $2 in an envelope marked “Autism Dress Down” and hand it in to your homeroom teacher. This dress down day is subject to our normal dress-down day rules, which are in the student-parent handbook.


Race for Cougars will take place on Monday, April 8. This is a fun day for all, but is also an important fundraiser. There is still time to have neighbors or relatives to send in donations. Proceeds will be used for the technology program.


Mrs. Theresa Sabetta, librarian, announces that on March 1, 58 students at Wyoming Area Catholic School engaged in valuable reading practice and took part in setting a new national record in “Read The Most From Coast to Coast.” These students contributed to a new national record of 4,409,622 Accelerated Reader Quizzes passed in one day.

“Read The Most From Coast to Coast” is a national Renaissance Learning event that began last school year and challenges students to break the record for the number of Accelerated Reader quizzes taken in one day. As part of this event, the Web-based program tracked quizzes passed nationwide and shared results in real time with an online quiz counter.

“Read The Most From Coast to Coast” enabled students to take part in a shared reading adventure while becoming better readers. Seeing a real-time progress toward the goal was fun for students and they enjoyed being part of a national effort. They were really excited when they topped last year’s quiz-taking record.

All students who participated in this nationwide challenge received a Certificate of Participation and an official bookmark.

Students who participated are:

Kindergarten: Abigail Butler, Michael Weiss, Lily Kasa, Katie Morgan, Michael Oncay, Jennifer Passeri, Mark Talarico, Emily Davis, Jacob Ivey

Grade 2: Kayla Kovaleski

Grade 3: Molly Moran, Carissa Benderavich, Samantha Casey, Joseph Kasisky, Andrew Phillips

Grade 4: Gabrielle Morgan, Molly Blaskiewicz, Shawna Casey, Michael Tkach, Makaylee Crake, Lynzie Skoronski, Matthew Sorick, Ethan Kozden, Walter Smith, Olivia Pavilco, Leana Lombardo, Christopher Hine, Emma Anderson, Sarah Murphy, Vaughn Rudloff, Jacob Van Horn

Grade 5: Ryan J. Reedy, Carl Yastremski, Ryan Gardjulis, Richard Morris, Kyle Potorski, Camryn Cassetori, Ethan Cegelka, Kristopher Latoski

Grade 6: Emma Ulichney, Rebecca Lalko, Tyler Mozelski, Danielle Morris, Christian Holmes, Alex Van Horn, Bianca Mazzarella, Josh Hartigan, Allyson Laiuvara, Dominic Cirelli, Nicholas Prociak, Dylan Burwell, Mackenzie Crake, Adiya Golden

Grade 7: Charles Kulick, Molly Poray, Aidan Barney, Emily Kaluzny, John Morris, Isabel Cherry, Dennis Harrison, Stephen Olson, Sarah Miller, Jocelyn Kosik

Grade 8: Rachael Cochran, Nicolle Cirelli, Madelyn Pavlico

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