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JOIN US FOR A SPORTS PHYSICAL FAIR
STM in conjunction with Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Institute will again be offering a chance for student athletes to have their required Sports History and Physical exams completed here on campus this summer!
On Wednesday, August 3rd from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. physicians from Memorial Hermann Sports Medicine Institute will be available in our gym to conduct these exams and complete the required paperwork. The cost will be $20 cash or check made out to STM and payable at the time of service. Please keep in mind that you are not required to use this service, you may have the history and physical completed by any licensed medical care provider of your choosing. STM offers this service as a convenience to our students and their families.
If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Felton at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SUMMER READING AND MATH ASSIGNMENTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE. CLICK ON THE SUMMER TOOL KIT LINK FOR INFORMATION.
Good luck and have a wonderful summer vacation!
Congratulations to the following Merit Scholarship winners:
Ireoluwatoni Asojo - Msgr. Bill Young Scholarship
Carlos Jackson and Aiden Potoczniak - Polly Rucker Scholarship
Benito Moreno-Garza and Alexander Kinsel - Knights of Columbus Scholarship
Victoria Saint - Pastor's Scholarship
Sophia Bellard - Principal's Scholarship
Great Performance by our Chess Club
The STM chess team competed in the Catholic School League Invitational Chess Tournament over the weekend. Open to 1st through 8th grade students, there were ten schools represented at the tournament. Seven of the twelve STM students competing this weekend received awards of third place or higher. Mr. Winslow, the club sponsor, was very excited about the team performance saying the team is young with 7 members in 6th grade or below. STM finished only ½ point behind the first place team. Go Tigers!
Regular Office Hours: 7:30am - 4:00pm
Summer Office Hours: 8:00am - 2:00pm
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