After 14 years, Tony and Stella Louizos served up the last breakfast buns to a hungry crowd of students and staff! The entire St. Paul's community thanks you for many years of delicious food, family-style hospitality and friendly smiles. We will certainly miss you but wish you well on your retirement and all your upcoming adventures with friends and family.
Congratulations to all St. Paul's players and coaches on a successful rugby season! The A team (Maroons) won the City Championships and, last weekend, travelled to Brandon to capture the Provincial title by defeating Souris 45–12 in the semi-final, and humbling the host team, Crocus Plains, 46–0 in the final. The Maroons also found success in the Varsity Sevens League, going undefeated in all the matches they played, and got to share a special game against the B team, in what was a memorable and rainy day on Connolly Field. The season was a great success thanks to all the players and coaches who invested their time and energy into the Crusader Rugby Program. In particular, we acknowldge our wonderful staff–Elias Fiebelkorn, Christine Janzen, Jarrod Stadnyk, and Casey Whitfield–and the numberous assistant coaches comprised of St. Paul's alums. Go Cru!
From the Parent Guild
“How did it get so late so soon? Its night before its afternoon. December is here before its June. My goodness how the time has flewn. How did it get so late so soon? ~ Dr. Seuss
Is it really possible that the 2017–18 school year is almost over? For the Parent Guild, time has definitely “flewn.” As we wrap up spring, we would like to recognize several outstanding volunteers:
As we head into summer and the 2018-19 school year, we have a few reminders to share:
The Parent Guild wishes all members of the SPHS Community the very best during this busy time of year. For those who are writing exams, remember what Allan Dare Pearce had to say: “Tests ain't fair. Those that study have an unfair advantage. It's always been that way.”