Second-grade students at St. Mary Catholic Community School were treated to a special visit from the Crown Point Emergency Management Agency on Monday, January 30th. Students were excited to learn about rescue equipment and climb in the department's rescue truck, and one of the squad cars as a part. The students then had a chance to work with EMA Director Mike Wysocki, Luetenent Joe Maravilla, and Officer Lexi King to complete a FEMA program about severe weather, and safety. At the end of the visit, students had a chance to ask questions and then present the EMA Department with a thank you card offering the department daily prayers and framed bouquet. The visit was in coordination with Community Day, part of Catholic School's Week 2023.
Back Row- Ethan Kozlowski, Cole Cooper, Kameron Williams, Brayden Gavin, Director Wysocki, Officer King, Lieutenant Maravilla
Middle Row- Adrian Orndorff, Mathew Gonzalez, Logan Eggers, Owen Zientara, Carly McGoldrick, My Tran, Kiana Riazalhosseini, Aiden Miller, Daniel Ramirez,
Front Row- Elizabeth Mlynarski, Mackenzie Kozlowski, Leilani Milla, Julia Mehan, Kaitlyn Younghale, Aubrey Charles, MeadowGrimmer, Nora Pesavento, Logan Kaszubski
St. Mary Catholic Community School in Crown Point offers grade levels Junior Pre-Kindergarten (for three-year-olds) through grade eight. St. Mary’s faculty teaches a rich curriculum supported by cutting-edge technology. Faith, Academic Excellence, Life Lessons, and Compassion are the pillars of the school. Students in all grades are provided with opportunities for fun projects and activities to make learning interesting and relevant. St. Mary’s is currently accepting applications for new students for the 2023-2024 school year. To learn more about St. Mary School’s visit school.stmarycp.org or call 663-0676 to request a tour.