Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr. Art Contest

Congratulations to our students that were finalist in the City of Bowie’s Art Contest held to honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The artwork of the finalists were featured during a short program on Saturday, January 14, 2017 at City Hall.

The City of Bowie had over 700 entries this year.

Coloring Contest Finalists:
Lucy Allman   2
Naio Hall  2
Joseph Harrison   2
Morgan Wills   2

Poster Contest Finalist:
Meghan Baker   5


Video Contest Finalist:
Camden Baker   7

Monday, March 6, 2017

Patriot Pen

Congratulations to Julia Stanley (6B) for winning 3rd place in the VFW Post 8065 Patriot Pen essay contest.



Friday, March 3, 2017

Science Fair

7th and 8th grade students participated in the St. Pius X Regional School Science Fair. Congratulations to our students for working hard and thank you to their parents for being active in their education. 

Thank you, Mrs. Norris, for bringing the science fair to SPX!


Earth/Space Science  Jenna Jeletic Category Winner
Chemistry Nicole Rottman Category Winner
  Citiana Belayneh Honorable Mention
  Adrianna Lagdameo Honorable Mention
Life Science Annie Walls Category and Overall Winner
  Alexandra St. Paul Honorable Mention
Physics John Cartagirone Honorable Mention
  John Golding Category Winner










Thursday, January 19, 2017

UPDATE on Ecuadorian Earthquake Donations


Written by Mrs. Estrada

Last June, St. Pius X Regional School came together and donated 680 items to the earthquake victims in Ecuador. The 7.8 earthquake claimed the lives of over 600 people, injured upwards of 28,000 people, and displaced over 26,000 people.  Refresh your memory on this event by reading our past blog post.

Mrs. Estrada, one of our Spanish teachers here at St. Pius X, got involved with this effort when her husband, who is originally from Ecuador, got word that the Ecuadorian Embassy would accept donations and send them to the earthquake victims. St. Pius X families jumped right in to help and donated an assortment of goods.

The General Consul of the Ecuadorian Embassy, Mr. Miguel A. Carbo Bendes, sent a heartfelt letter thanking all of the organizations who took the time to donate to this important humanitarian cause. His letter, along with a translation in English, can be found on the Spanish class bulletin boards that are located in the hallway directly before the 3A classroom. While there, check out the beautiful patterns made by our students. The 5th grade did a cultural lesson on patterns in grammar and related that to the colorful patterns in the weaving designs of the Otavalo Indians from Ecuador.

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