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Beautiful noise as Catholic Schools Week wraps up

By JOE CENTERS • Feb 3, 2019 at 9:41 PM

To some, it was just a lot of noise.

To everybody at Norwalk Catholic School and St. Paul High School, it was music to their ears.

Students and faculty members put the capper on Catholic Schools Week on Friday with a pep-rally. Considering everything was shut down Wednesday and Thursday because of the frigid weather, students were ready to let loose.

Between the band, the boy cheerleaders, a dodgeball game between the seniors and faculty and a spirit contest between the classes, it was a wild scene in the Father Harvey Keller Gymnasium.

Spirit awards went to the third graders in the grade school, the seventh graders in junior high and the seniors in high school.

Boys from the senior class went head-to-head against boys from the junior class in a cheerleading contest. The seniors, with a little help from the girls, took home that title.

Catholic Schools Week is an annual event, highlighted by an all-school legacy Mass, pizza burgers, a spaghetti supper and the pep-rally. The legacy Mass was postponed and will be rescheduled.

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