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St. Dominic School
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Monday, November 12, 2012
Principal Vicki Kalina Marvin dressed up like a duck and danced on the roof of the school on Friday as a reward to the very hard work students put into fundraising this year.
St. Dominic School Principal Vicki Kalina Marvin dressed up like a duck and danced on the roof of the school on Friday as a reward to the very hard work students put into the school's Oct. 12 marathon. Classes gathered beneath the roofline of the cafeteria and danced along with the music once Marvin arrived. Winners of several contests were announced at the event; Scholastic Dollars were awarded to those who won. Follow Northfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our free newsletter
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
The City of Northfield Streets Department has dropped off two snowplows at St. Dominic School for fifth- and seventh-grade students to paint in a way to represent the school.
The winter season will be a little more colorful this year. The City of Northfield Streets Department has dropped off two snowplows at St. Dominic School for fifth- and seventh-grade students to paint in a way to represent the school. St. Dominic art teacher Kelly Lynn Stanton-Nutt started her students on the plows this week and plans to have them finish the project next week. Streets and Parks Supervisor T.J. Heinricy said that it's likely a few more plows could be dropped off for St. Dominic students to paint. He said it's a great collaboration that get the school's imprint into the community. Heinricy said a similar idea with Northfield Public Schools elementary schools didn't pan out this year but he's hopeful they can work out …
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Time to buy school supplies, but you can't find that list? Patch is here to help you out!
It's almost time to head back to school, which means it's time to stock up on the goods. Here's a look at the supplies list for St. Dominic School, which you can find on the PDF attached to this post. Be sure to find this page on your smart phone through our easy-to-use mobile site or with our iPhone App. Check out other supplies lists: Follow Northfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Thursday, May 31, 2012
St. Dominic School on Thursday bid farewell to eight graduating eighth-graders at a celebrationg at the Church of St. Dominic.
St. Dominic School on Thursday bid farewell to eight graduating eighth-graders at a celebration at the Church of St. Dominic. Graduating students were: Follow Northfield Patch on Twitter | Like us on Facebook | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Thursday, April 19, 2012
Saturday's Imagination Celebration runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The Northfield Arts Guild currently has its gallery dedicated to student artwork from Northfield's K-12 schools. Participating schools include Bridgewater Elementary, Greenvale Park Elementary, Sibley Elementary, Prairie Creek Community School, St. Dominic School, Northfield Middle School, ARTech, Northfield Area Learning Center and Northfield High School. Home-schooled students also contributed. The gallery, which runs through April 28, builds up to Saturday's annual Imagination Celebration. Saturday's event, which is run 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., offers a free day of art activities and performances at the NAG. There will be performances and activities throughout the day including the Northfield Youth Choir's Junior Singers, the Mexican …
Tuesday, April 10, 2012
A mother reported that on three occasions her son and other KidVenture students played basketball with two unknown men at Greenvale Park Elementary.
A mother of a student at Greenvale Park Elementary on Monday notified Principal David Craft that on three occasions last week two unknown men played basketball with students participating in the afterschool program KidVentures, which takes place at the school. Following an inquiry from Northfield Patch about the report, Northfield Public Schools released the following statement: Corey: The safety and well-being of our students is our primary concern. Here is a summary of how the event was handled by the school district: April 9, 2012, a parent visited the principal of Greenvale Park raising a concern that her son played basketball after school while participating in KidVentures program with two men who were not a part of the school …
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Students from Sibley Elementary, St. Dominic School and Northfield Middle School all placed in a recent chess tournament.
Several Northfield students recently competed—and placed—in the 2012 Spring Chess Tournament hosted by South Central Service Cooperative and Mankato Community Education/Recreation Sibley Elementary's Peter Hillmann tied for first in the elementary division and tied for first in the second-grade level. Sibley's Collin Thomas-Green tied with Peter for first in the elementary division and first in the second-grade level. St. Dominic School's Henry Hutton tied for third place in the middle division and tied for second in the fifth-grade level. Northfield Middle School's Jackson Hillmann finished fourth in the upper division and first in the seventh-grade level. South Central Service Cooperative offers several chess tournaments throughout the …
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Trying to fill in your schedule? Here are some options.
1. Trashy Little Xmas Show When/Where: 7 p.m. Thursday; The Grand Event Center Why Go: One of Minnesota’s most popular bands, Trailer Trash, has been performing their annual holiday revue for over 17 years to sold-out audiences in Minneapolis and Rochester. This is the first time the seasonal tour has brought them to Northfield. Pricing: $10 at the door 2. Northfield varsity girls hockey season open When/Where: 7:30 p.m. Thursday; Northfield Ice Arena Why Go: See the Raiders play for the first time this season at home as they host Red Wing. Pricing: N/A 3. St. Dominic School's Christmas Concert When/Where: 7 p.m. Thursday; Church of St. Dominic Why Go: Everyone is welcome to listen to the soothing sound of children singing. Under the …
Friday, October 7, 2011
Students at the Northfield school took part in the Minnesota Marathon for Nonpublic Schools Friday morning.
St. Dominic School students pounded the pavement for dollars Friday morning. Nearly 200 students, as well as volunteers and family members of all ages, walked the trails surrounding Bridgewater Elementary School and the Rachel Carson Nature Area to raise money for their school. Principal Vicki Kalina Marvin, who laced up her sneakers to join the walkers, proclaimed the walk a success. “It’s going very well,” she said as she stopped for a moment at a check point along Jefferson Parkway in front of Bridgewater Elementary. “There is so much energy, so much enthusiasm.” St. Dominic students are well versed when it comes to fundraising walks. The school has taken part in similar events since 1974 as part of the Minnesota Marathon for Nonpublic…