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Juniors Jesse Russo and Brett
Moses model their costumes.
Many students pulled together
creative costumes like these.
Freshmen Grace Sullivan,
Whitney Modena- Kurpinsky,
and Jessica Rose dress as
Super Freaks. Halloween
gave Freshmen a chance
to experience lunch on the
f 1 1 4
Seniors Matt Sullivan, Brian
Shanahan, Marty Murphy,
and Greg Crosby wait for
the results of the costume
contest.There was a contest
at both first and second lunch
and the judges based their
decisions on creativity and
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SHCP Students Show the Spirit of the Season
Despite the common dread students have of coming to
school, Halloween was one day students were excited to
come. On Tues. Oct. 31,2000, many students dressed in elabo-
rate Halloween costumes.The hallways were decorated with
webs, ghosts and pumpkins.
The Student Council held a hallway decorating contest
and many students participated in the lunchtime festivities.
All of this wouldnit have been possible without the hard work
put in after school on Monday by members of the Student
Council. Each class council decorated a floor. The second floor,
decorated by the Junior Council, won the contest. The winning
floor was covered with spider webs and tombstones with all of
the J uniors' names on them.
At both lunches, Freshmen came down to the LaSalle
plaza to watch and participate in the parade and costume
contest. After the parade, several teachers volunteered to judge
a costume contest. The judges made their decisions based on
creativity and originality. Winners of the contest included
Seniors David Moggjia who dressed as Peter Pan and Matt
Sullivan who was Michael Jackson.
Teachers also judged the pumpkin carving contest.
Many of the pumpkins resembled faces While others simply
said, "Happy Halloween." Halloween is one of the most
widely celebrated holidays at SHCP.
Freshman Delcha Augusta
steps out of the costume f
parade to show off his '
costume. Many students
participated in the parade.
Senior Peter Newland holds
up his sign as he presents
his costume to the judges.
The judges awarded many
prizes to students at both
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Senior Justin Servillon and
Junior Kevin McHugh use
shovels and inspiration
by a young Mexican boy, who
is watching, to do their work.
Making a young
person happy is a
feeling that many
Venaverians had the
opportunity to experience.
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The nearly finished product I ' W5 ESE!
was seen by many with the " -z "' '
barrels and cement bags still Y fi
tobe cleaned up. TheVenaver , i g I
students were able to see their , QQ,
finished job. jj
Venaver: A Journey of a Different Sort
Venaver students took a journey to a totally different
world. Their goal was to experience the hardships found
in Tijuana, Mexico. Their journey was anything but ordinary.
It was a spiritual trek, a moral builder, and a personal
adventure. From Nov. 29 to Dec. 3, these students helped
those less fortunate to experience a better environment.
Their trip was unlike anything they had ever experienced.
These students assisted others, learned about a different
culture, and felt the sensation that they were luckier than
most. In Tijuana, life for people is tough and the living
conditions are harsh. Venaver students encountered the
Mexican politics and did service work. The images they saw
will be implanted in their minds forever.
These students were accompanied by Ms. Rinaldi, Ms.
Hurley, and Mr. Murphy. They mixed cement for a new
elementary school, heard different speakers talk about
Mexico, went to see the government capitol, visited the
border, and watched migrant workers at the border. This trip
bound the students together personally and mentally. lt
provided each Venaverian with inspiration, strength, and
motivation to complete their work while helping people in need.
They each saw the dedication and determination that
the people of Mexico showed to each of their communities.
It didn't matter who the people were. Everyone helped, from
males to females and from children to adults. The
Venaverians were amazed at what they saw and they
brought back a renewed spirit and a newfound respect for those
less fortunate in places like Tijuana, Mexico.
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