*Golf at Mill Road Acres Golf Course, 30 Mill Rd, Latham, NY 12110,

*Soccer SGS-3 St.Marys-1


*XC @ Menands Elementary


*Golf at Mill Road Acres Golf Course, 30 Mill Rd, Latham, NY 12110

*Soccer Holy Spirit @ SGS 4:15pm

Knights drop opener to St. Pius 3-2

The Saint Gregory's Knights lost their opening soccer match against St. Pius X. The Knights struck first with a goal from Kieran Kostanoski. Will German scored in the second half to make it 2-2. A late fourth quarter goal by the Bulldogs sealed the Knight's fate as time ran out.

Spirit Day largest turnout in years

We estimate over 250 people attended the Parent Association Spirit Day celebration Wednesday, September 20. We had new families and alumni attend. It was a great evening. Thank you to the Parent's Association for all your hard work making this a great way to kickoff the new year.

An apple a day makes math fun

Student's in Mrs. Labatt-Simon's math classes picked apples from trees on campus. They used the activity as part of a series of interactive math labs. Afterwards, they made applesauce for the whole faculty.

September Mass

Mass will be held Wednesday, September 20 at 8:45 am in the Kopp Gym. Coffee will be available at 8:00 am with the Headmaster.

Spirit Day at Saint Gregory's Wednesday September 20 at 5:30 p.m.*THIS IS A DATE CHANGE*

Saint Gregory's Annual Parent's Association Spirit day celebration is Wednesday, September 20 starting at 5:30 p.m. (This is a date change from the Master Calendar.) Come celebrate the kickoff of another great school year. We will serve hotdogs and hamburgers fresh off the grill. Fun activities and games will be available for all ages. Come learn about all the clubs and activities available this school year.

Saint Gregory's Welcomes new Technology and STEM teacher Sara Knaggs.

Starting this fall, Saint Gregory's will introduce a new STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) program for kindergarten through 8th grade. This program will incorporate traditional elements of computer science with problem-solving. Students will receive the benefits of a traditional computer class such as word processing skills and digital citizenship. They will also learn how to use the engineering design process to solve problems. The class will use a combination of hardware, software, and hands on projects to teach critical thinking, teamwork, and contributing to global well-being in a digital world.

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