Rockets share their love for “Mr. Keith”

It’s not easy keeping a school clean and presentable at all times when nearly 600 students, faculty, and staff fill every room for multiple hours each day, but the maintenance crew for TDG Facilities manages to do just that. Crew member Keith Crooks, who has been with TDG for eight years, has become a favorite … More Rockets share their love for “Mr. Keith”

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Roll the dice over to the spring showing of Guys and Dolls

For this year’s musical, the McNicholas Thespians will present the classic Guys and Dolls Thursday, March 10 – Saturday, March 12 at the Anderson Center. The show has been performed on the McNicholas stage in the past, but this will be the first time it has been performed under the direction of theater teacher Teresa … More Roll the dice over to the spring showing of Guys and Dolls

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Catholic Schools Week only three days due to ice storm

McNicholas kicked Catholic Schools week off on January 31. Catholic Schools week is a week-long celebration for Catholic Schools and their education. Each day of the week had a theme, teacher/subject appreciation, and activities during lunches. The main themes for the 2022 Catholic Schools Week were “faith, excellence, and service.”   On Monday January 31, McNick … More Catholic Schools Week only three days due to ice storm

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Everything you need to know about the history of Mardi Gras

On Sunday, February 20, McNicholas will celebrate its 70th Mardi Gras.   In 1953, the Sisters of Saint Joseph organized a festival to raise money for the school and decided to celebrate its success. Originally from New Orleans, the Sisters of St. Joseph decided to make it Mardi Gras-themed, and as they say, the rest is … More Everything you need to know about the history of Mardi Gras

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