Monday, October 15, 2018
Florida Catholic staff - Florida Catholic
MIAMI | As they complete their final year at Mother of Our Redeemer School, the class of 2019 has been quite busy.
They have completed stewardship hours at the Coastal Clean-Up Beach Day, competed in the Academic Olympics at Archbishop McCarthy High School, shown school spirit during Book Fair Week, visited McCarthy High's campus to set future goals, designed their class logo and theme T-shirt for the school year, planned their class camping trip, and voted on a class theme for their end-of-the-year dinner dance.
They also will be participating in the Step Out For Diabetes walk Oct. 20. Most importantly, they are preparing for their upcoming Confirmation Day and have been working with their sponsors and researching their chosen saint.
"It has been a very busy first few months for our eighth grade class, and they have been showing leadership, responsibility, goal-setting, and accomplishment throughout," said Principal Ana Casariego. "Our students at Mother of Our Redeemer are great leaders with creative ideas and resourceful actions with a goal to make this world a better place."