- Last Updated on Thursday, 02 May 2019 20:08
Madonna Catholic Regional School (MCRS), located at 731 Chess Street in Monongahela has been busy with plenty of activities and programs for students and their families.
MCRS Students at Knex Competition at Cal U
MCRS recently competed at California University. Knex teams created machines that could move three objects at least six inches across a table. Each machine required a crane. Students also took into account how environmentally friendly their creation was. MCRS took two awards: 3rd place overall and the ‘Innovation and Design’ award.
Celebrating National Crayon Day!
Observed annually on March 31, ‘National Crayon Day’ is a day to celebrate the invention of crayons and the joy of coloring. Our Early Childhood students got in the spirit by making crayon crowns!
Pop Tabs For Veterans
MCRS has teamed up with the Charleroi American Legion Ladies Auxiliary to collect pop tabs for Veterans. Our goal is to top last year’s donation of 775 pounds! Donations can be sent or dropped off at the school office.
MCRS Students Participate in Service Project
MCRS takes pride in community service! We are collecting plastic bags all year long to donate to an organization that makes mats for the homeless!
Family Friendly Mystery Dinner Theatre
Talented MCRS middle school students presented ‘Murders in the Heir’.
The #oneword Challenge For Lent
During the Lenten season this year, students at Madonna Catholic we are participating in the #oneword challenge. The students each selected one word to focus on that will bring them closer to Jesus.
Decorating Easter Eggs
As part of our Lenten Journey, students in Preschool through eighth grade met with their prayer partners to decorate an egg using their #oneword. They filled the egg with a felt heart. The students were also given a brief history of Easter Eggs.
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