2007-11-30 / Community

St.Camillus School Gets Involved With Mets And Writing


In October, the Mets had a family game night. St. Camillus School sold the second highest number of tickets and was invited on the field to receive a certificate for participating in the event. Michelle Allocca, fourth-grade teacher; and Justin Carricato, third-grader, were selected to represent the school. In October, the Mets had a family game night. St. Camillus School sold the second highest number of tickets and was invited on the field to receive a certificate for participating in the event. Michelle Allocca, fourth-grade teacher; and Justin Carricato, third-grader, were selected to represent the school. Justin Carricato shows off his award, presented by the Mets, for school spirit. Justin Carricato shows off his award, presented by the Mets, for school spirit. Seven winners from Miss Allocca's fourth-grade class received awards for their writing and art work submitted to the Queens Historical Society art/writing contest. Students were asked to choose a historical place, draw a picture, and write an essay about the place they chose. Pictured are Bridget O'Sullivan, Krista Rogers, Maria Restrepo, Philip Herman, Cristian Carcache, Mark Butigan and Cameron King. Seven winners from Miss Allocca's fourth-grade class received awards for their writing and art work submitted to the Queens Historical Society art/writing contest. Students were asked to choose a historical place, draw a picture, and write an essay about the place they chose. Pictured are Bridget O'Sullivan, Krista Rogers, Maria Restrepo, Philip Herman, Cristian Carcache, Mark Butigan and Cameron King. Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer visited the school to discuss the process of voting. Assemblywoman Audrey Pheffer visited the school to discuss the process of voting. Students in the third, fourth, and fifth grades took part in a special vote for the New York State butterfly. Each student researched six different butterflies that had been selected to be part of the final vote. The black swallowtail butterfly received the most votes from the students. Pictured are students from Miss Allocca's fourth-grade class. Students in the third, fourth, and fifth grades took part in a special vote for the New York State butterfly. Each student researched six different butterflies that had been selected to be part of the final vote. The black swallowtail butterfly received the most votes from the students. Pictured are students from Miss Allocca's fourth-grade class.

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