Lauren Douville ’06, who teaches religion and AP Psychology, and science teacher Kara Johnson are departing Pallotti at the end of the academic year. Douville, who attended school before teaching here for four years, is leaving for an internship, required to finish her masters in counseling. Mrs. Douville says, “it is possible for me to return when I get my license in counseling. I will miss my colleagues and working with them”. She liked teaching about what she’s passionate about, which are the Bible and psychology. Douville said, she “will miss her students and some things of teaching”. she cites … Continue reading Douville, Johnson Departing Pallotti
As the SGA transitions to new administration, students voted for new SGA and class officers for the 2019-20 school year. After vigorous campaigning, from posters to Italian ices, Anthony Blunt ’20 emerged as SGA president. Dean of Students Catherine Edwards, Director of Admissions Stacy Springer, and Assistant Director Virginia Rinker have taken over running school government. Rinker said, “I like these new group of students, they’re good students and I have a feeling they’ll do well in office.” In addition to the new officers, Edwards is making changes to the class moderator structure, with one remaining with each class, on … Continue reading Students select SGA Leaders
The Senior Sendoff was marred by the Sophomore class wining the 2018-19 Class Competition. A shortened competition saw the four classes field six-man handball teams with the Juniors beating the Freshmen 5-2. The surging Sophomores lost to the Seniors 3-2 in the first round. In the battle for third place, the sophomores triumphed over the freshmen 1-0. For bragging rights, the juniors and seniors had such a spirited competition that it went into several overtimes, resulting in a final shootout. Here, the seniors outscored the juniors 2-1. When the points were tallied, emcee Isaiah Lattimore ’19 announced that the sophomores … Continue reading Sophomores win Class Competition
At Monday’s senior night, the Lady Panthers made a statement with a 10-3 win over the Notre Dame Blazers. The win knocked their rival to third place in the standings, leaving SVPHS in second, confirming a playoff berth. Seniors Coreena … Continue reading 1! 5! 8! They Did Pretty Great!
Senior Jose Romero was named the April Student of the month. The virtue was selflessness, someone shows compassion for the needs of others and takes action to help them. Someone who makes others’ happiness a priority. Someone who is willing … Continue reading Romero’s Selflessness earns him April Student of the Month
The Advent Food Drive is a time at Pallotti where students donate non-perishable items. It begins on Monday and ends on December 17. It benefits the local homeless shelters in Laurel during the winter Christmas season. Students are able to … Continue reading Tis the Season for Advent Food Drive to help Laurel
On Thursday, March 14 the Foreign Language Department hosted their annual Foreign Language Honors Society Induction ceremony. Students who have reached level 3 in their language and maintained an A or a high B were rewarded with an invitation to … Continue reading Félicitations et Felicitación