2005-04-01 / Community

Stella Maris School Happenings


Sophomore Rupinder Kaur was chosen Student of the Month for March. Rupinder was chosen by her teachers for her academics and overall involvement in activities at the school. She is pictured with Principal Geri Martinez.Sophomore Rupinder Kaur was chosen Student of the Month for March. Rupinder was chosen by her teachers for her academics and overall involvement in activities at the school. She is pictured with Principal Geri Martinez.Christine Gray Ferazani, class of 1988, gave the keynote address at Career Day. Ferazani gave a presentation encouraging students to support each other and to be involved in the everyday life of the school. Pictured left to right: Career Day coordinator Barbara Samide, Ferazani and Principal Geri Martinez. Christine Gray Ferazani, class of 1988, gave the keynote address at Career Day. Ferazani gave a presentation encouraging students to support each other and to be involved in the everyday life of the school. Pictured left to right: Career Day coordinator Barbara Samide, Ferazani and Principal Geri Martinez. The annual Blue and Gold competition kicks of the beginning of spring at the school. This year’s overall winner was Blue and the Cheer Team is pictured with faculty captain, Mr. Padron. The annual Blue and Gold competition kicks of the beginning of spring at the school. This year’s overall winner was Blue and the Cheer Team is pictured with faculty captain, Mr. Padron. St. Joseph’s Day began with a prayer service. Lunchtime, however, was for the cotton candy. Principal Martinez and Assistant Principal Ann Cordes as pictured spinning some tasty candy. St. Joseph’s Day began with a prayer service. Lunchtime, however, was for the cotton candy. Principal Martinez and Assistant Principal Ann Cordes as pictured spinning some tasty candy. Jennifer Kim and Ariel O’Neill received recognition for their poetry and writing skills respectively. The students were among the 8% chosen whose entries received honors. Jennifer Kim and Ariel O’Neill received recognition for their poetry and writing skills respectively. The students were among the 8% chosen whose entries received honors.

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