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Wyoming Area Catholic students construct DNA models

Seventh grade students from Wyoming Area Catholic School recently worked in groups to construct DNA models. First, students studied the structure, location of, and the importance of DNA. All models had to correctly represent the molecule chemically and each model could be made from a variety of materials. Students also researched DNA nad completed written reports.

Pictured in the first row are Matthew Clemow, Brnadon Richards, Christian Coassolo, and Eric Fritz.

Second row: John Paul D"Amato, Justin Januszko, Devin Rajza, Jack Patterson, Nicolas Allradyce, Nicholas Skrzysowski, Nikita Li, Stephen Hannon, Noah Heck.

Third row: Mrs. Lucille Procopio, life science teacher and principal of Wyoming Area Catholic, Nicole Telford, Alyson Manley, Alexa Blandina, Emily Kolojejchick, Isabella Romani, Tessa Margavage, Alexia Mazzarella, Juliana Buonsante, and Jennifer Loughney.

Fourth row: Rebecca Prociak, Sara Flannelly, Abigail Burge, and Emily Johnson.

Dates to Remember

March 22: Mass, 9:00 a.m. St. Cecilia’s Church, seventh grade will lead us in prayer.

March 25: Stations of the Cross at 8:15 a.m., St. Cecilia’s Church

Congratulations

Today, at St. Peter’s and Paul Church in Plains, nine students from grades seventh and eighth from Wyoming Area Catholic will receive the sacrament of Confirmation. Congratulations to:

Eighth grade: Megan Donnelly, Alex Rowan and David Staskiel

Seventh grade: Emily Kolojejchick, Brandon Richards, Noah Heck, Devin Rajza, Justin Januszko and Matthew Clemow

History Day

On Saturday, March 19, eleven students participated in Regional History Day at Penn State, Wilkes-Barre Campus. The following students represented Wyoming Area Catholic School:

Luke Bartley, Taylor Chronowski, Matthew Clemow, John Paul D’Amato, Brandon Richards, Emily Johnson, Timothy Murphy, Zachary Patterson, Isabella Romani, Brenna Satkowski and Steven Ulichney

Mrs. Geri Ulichney is the moderator for the History Day Competition at Wyoming Area Catholic.

Spring Forensics

The Spring Forensics Competition will be held March 23 at Gate of Heaven School in Dallas. Competition begins at 6:00 p.m. The Wyoming Area Catholic students competing are:

Varsity: Lauren Aldrich, Mary Pat Blaskiewicz, Juliana Buonsante, Alexia Mazzarella, Justin Renfer and Isabella Romani

Junior Varsity: Nicole Cirelli, Charles Kulick, Marissa Moran, John Morris, Timothy Murphy and Brenna Satkowski

Mrs. Josephine Toomey is coach for the Junior Varsity. Mr. James Renfer is the coach for Varsity Forencis.

Cross Country Practice

Cross Country Practice will be held for students on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 3:15 to 4:30 PM. Practice will be held at Holy Rosary gym in Duryea until the weather improves. Then practices will be held outdoors at Flack Field, Wyoming. The schedule is as follows:

March 21, 23, 25 and 28

Chess Club

The Holy Redeemer Royal Chess club will meet on the following days at St. Peter’s and Paul School in Plains from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.

March 22 and 29

Labels

Please keep sending in Campbell Soup Labels and Box Tops for Education. The containers for the labels are in the main hallway.

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