This past Sunday, a small group of Lansing Catholic students traveled to nearby parishes and told them what Catholic Schools Week is really about. 

The students explained that, throughout the week, the school participates in an assortment of fun games, has a different out-of-dress code theme for each day, and enjoys reminders of the things that make Catholic education special.

Sophomore Ava Hudson was one of the students that participated in this event and she had many good things to say about it. “I really tried to get the point across to the parishes that Catholic Schools Week is a great way to celebrate our schools and the faith that each student and faculty member has.” 

For LCHS students, Catholic Schools Week is a celebration of their faith and learning community. Although this year’s events have been curtailed somewhat by inclement weather, the pride our LCHS family takes in its unique school is still going strong.

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