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Page 84 text:
Juniors Brenda Chang,Anu
Varghese, Roselle Zulaybar,
and Deanna Wong take a
break to stop and pose for
the camera. This was one
of the few times they got
to rest during the day.
Mr. Burke is hard at
work serving coffee to
some ofthe guests. The
faculty helped make the
brunch a success.
One of' the many guests
gets a chance to sit on
Santas lap. Santa wasjust
one ofthe attractions at
Page 83 text:
Mr. Burke helps himself
to some of the food at a
l u n c h h e l d i n
appreciation of teachers
and administrators during
Catholic Schools Week.
This lunch allowed the
faculty to taste the fruits
of their labor.
Mr. Wilson sports his
soccer gear while eyeing
some ofthe delicious food
provided for the teachers
during lunch. Teacher
Appreciation Day gave
members ofthe faculty
the rare opportunity to
wear free dress.
Celebrating both Teachers and Students
Has a special teacher made an impact on your life?
Has a student made teaching worthwhile? Chances are
that many have encountered that special someone who has
made going to school a joy rather than a task, at least on
Teaching can sometimes be a thankless job, but on
Teacher Appreciation Day, students were able to thank
and show their teachers gratitude for all that they do. This
might be hard to believe, but teachers go to school even
when they don't have to. In fact, teachers spend many
hours outside of school coaching sports, moderating clubs,
planning lesson plans, getting supplies for class projects,
and researching topics for class discussions. On Feb. 2,
2001, Teacher Appreciation Day, teachers put away their
ties and dresses and came to school in their t-shirts and
jeans. As part of the festivities for the day, teachers
enjoyed a luncheon provided by the school in appreciation
for their dedicated work.
Students work hard during the school day. They do
homework, work on projects, play sports, and participate
in various clubs. On top of this hectic schedule, students
are expected to be their best. On Jan. 31, 2001, students
were rewarded for their efforts during Student
Appreciation Day. For the day, they got modified dress.
During lunch, students enjoyed music on the plaza While
eating their free ice cream.
Hats off to the teachers and students of SHCP for
making it a better a place. Bravo to the teachers and
students for their efforts in appreciating one another.
Teacher 8a Student Appreciation
Page 85 text:
SHCP Plays Santa for the Community
On Dec. 1 7, 2000, the students of SHCP joined together to
give Christmas back to the community. Around one hundred
students spent much of their Sunday to help those who are less
All this work would not have been possible if not for the
efforts of about thirty students who also spent their Satur-
day helping. These students arrived at the gym at 8 a.m.
that Saturday and combined to change the cafeteria into a
winter wonderland. Under the guidance of Br. Michael, Mr.
Bennett, Mr. Scudder, and a few caring parents, they put up
lights, streamers, wrapping paper, and even a chair for Santa.
When the day ofthe brunch arrived, SHCP was more than
prepared. The students arrived in full apparel, which included
Santa hats. After the initial rush, though, the number of guests
slowed, and they never reached the expected number. Although
they did not serve the expected 600 people, the brunch was a
huge success. The estimated 350 who showed up were treated
very well. They were not only treated to a good meal, but they
also received goody bags and were allowed to sit on Santa's lap.
"The brunch was a chance for students, teachers, parents,
and alumni to join together and give back to the communityf,
said Br. Michael, who organized the brunch.
' Juniors Andrew Kang and
,VI Krystle Mariano stop
to grab a bite to eat for
A L' 'mr enough food for even the
' I helpers to join in the
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The Chorus were also big
supporters ofthe brunch,
as they sang Christmas
songs to the guests. The
Chorus was also dressed in
full Christmas attire.
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