Student Awards 2012-2013
Our students participate in many competitions and contests throughout the school year. These include both academic and athletic competitions. We are proud of their accomplishments!
Knott Scholarships were awarded to seventh grade students Shelby Platner and Catherine Kasica. These are both full tuition scholarships for 5th - 8th grade. Congratulations to sixth grade student, Victoria Endicott, for being named a Knott Scholar for the 2012-2013 school year.
Congratulations to the following students who had winning entries in the Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association's annual Fire Safety Poster contest: Alanna Vidal, Michel Bedard, Julianna Celeste, Thomas Nishimoto, Alayna Roskowinski,
Knights of Columbus Keep Christ in Chrstmas Poster Contest
Congratulations to the following students:
Kyra Brockett, Ethan Madraymootoo, Cameron Dotson, Juliana Workman, Ethan Maghimbi, Kate Stadter, Jayden Stier, Hannah Bernard, Lillian Croghan, Gracie Lowe, Madison Kamer, Caleb Brockett, Catherine Kasica, Amelia Scherer, Trevor Hickman, Megan Libonate, Emily Green, Caroline Kelly, Drew Wolohan, and Cecilia Bracey. Additional Congratulations to Ethan Maghimbi, Category 1 winner for Grades 1-3; Amelia Scherer, Category 2 winner for Grades 4-6; and Emily Green, Category 3 winner for grades 7 & 8. These students' posters have proceeded on to the state competition.
Geography Bee: Ten students competed in the school-wide Geography Bee. Brian Murphy finished in First Place. Theresa Wagner placed Second. And Michael Wohlfarth finished Third. Brian will now represent SJRCS in the next level of competition.
Junior Achievement and Bechtel "Build a Better World" Video Contest
A team of three 8th grade students placed first in their region in the "Build a Better World" video contest. Congratulations to: Molly O'Neel, Colleen Morgan, and Alexis Passaro.
Daughters of the American Revolution Essay Contest
This year's theme was "Forgotten Patriots Who Supported American Struggle for Independence." Congratulations to SJRCS students who received their awards on February 23rd: Grade 7 Winner - Samantha Sutterman and Grade 8 Winner - Michael Hepburn.
National History Bee
The first round of competition was recently held for the second annual Middle School History Bee. SJRCS winners were Zachary Kasica, Michael Hepburn, Tony Thomas, and Cecilia Bracey. Good luck to these students as they enter the next phase of the competition.
We are pleased to announce that Michael Hepburn, Tony Thomas, and Zachary Kasica have moved on to the national competition in Alanta, Georgia, which will be held on June 1st.
SJRCS was well represented at the 2013 Frederick County History Bee. Congratulations to our five finalists: Rachel Washart, Juliet Jones, Andrew Stroka, Lillian Croghan, and Kate Stadter. Fifth grade student, Rachel Washart, WON the entire bee! Great job!! What a great showing by the SJRCS participants!
It's Academic Tournament 2012
SJRCS fielded three teams at this annual competition held at Resurrection/St. Paul School in Ellicott City. The team was coached by Mrs. Erin Kelly. Congratulations to Michael Hepburn, Lucas Afable, Elizabeth Hepburn, Catherine Kasica, and Zachary Kasica who took first place in the competition against forty other teams.
American Legion Auxiliary Essay Contest Winners 2011
The following students were honored at the April 17th meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary, Francis Scott Key Post #11.
1st Place Emily Green
2nd Place Damon Lagana
3rd Place Simon Kadel
1st Place Michael Hepburn
2nd Place Matthew Brown
3rd Place Charlie Hanner
Emily Green and Michael Hepburn have moved on to the next level of competition. Each of them has also taken first place at the regional level.
Catholic Daughters of America Education Contest Winners 2013
Essay Winners: Rachel Washart, Caleb Brockett, Nate Grande
Art Winners: Alexander Perez, Olivia Hallowitz
Poetry: Shawn Thiede
Essay: Cole Grieser
Art: Lexi Wittstadt
Computer Art: LiAnne Heupel
Frederick News Post Design-an-Ad
Our 6th grade students participated in this annual contest. Congratulations to the following students whose ads were selected and the company their ad was designed for:
Rebecca Moravek - Frederick Community Bank
Amelia Scherer - Dorman Builders
Elizabeth Bracey & Alexandra Hoffman - Bill Basley
Maryland Junior Duck Stamp Program
3rd and 5th grade students participated:
Second Place - Angela Mason
Third Place - Shannon Sinnicki
Honorable Mention - Jayden Stier, Francesca Rosone
Special Recognition - Ryan Hanley, Amelia Harman
All students were recognized for their Conservation Message.