DCC to Celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2020 the Last Week of January


Jaci Mennetti, Staff Writer

Catholic Schools Week is celebrated nation-wide in recognition of Catholic education. Its goal is to dedicate a week towards acknowledging the importance and power of Catholic education in America. This year it will be celebrated in our school the last week of January.

Because of the significance of this week, the students will participate in several activities throughout the week. Tuesday, the middle school will have a dress down day to show their school spirit. On Wednesday, there will be an all-school Mass along with the annual middle school basketball game at Saint Francis at 1 P.M. Thursday, the faculty and staff will be allowed a dress down day. The week will end with several activities for the high school students including nerf wars, video games, movies, volleyball, basketball, card games, sledding, etc. Every student will have something fun to do on this day. Additionally, the high school will be having a dress down for school spirit.