St. Mary’s Catholic School in Taylor celebrated Catholic Schools Week Jan. 28 through Feb. 1.

Students participated with different activities and themes every day at the school.

Monday was named NEON Day, when students and staff wore bright-colored clothes.

On Tuesday, students enjoyed ice cream sandwiches after lunch.

Wednesday, students had a spaghetti meal with their families at the school.

On Thursday, students brought canned food items for the Souper Bowl of Caring. All of the items collected were donated to the St. Mary’s Food Pantry.

The week ended with vocations. The art students at the school presented Father Keith with his very own Priest Minion.

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