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12 Students Continued from page 1 struction project should be com- plete by March of 1998, Pittman said. "It will add six new class- rooms and provide an expanded library and computer lab." Pittman expects an enrollment of 203 students this year • A building committee has been formed at Holy Family School, Jasper, "to analyze school renovations to add additional classrooms to accommodate grow- ing enrollment," according to Pare Bell, principal. An additional seventh grade has been added this year; stu- dent enrollment is expected to hit 325 students. Spencer County • Stanley Coy is the new prin- cipal at St. Bernard School, Rockport. The school library has been remodeled to accommodate two classrooms. The school also anticipates installing air-condi- tioning in the classrooms. -This year, 100 students will be enrolled at St. Bernard. Warrick County *A fourth grade class has been added at St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, according to Charlotte Bennett, principal. The parish also plans to add four new classrooms, additional kitchen space, restrooms and "hopefully a gym," Bennett said. "The target date is January 1998 for the groundbreaking." There will be 342 students at St. John this fall. Extracurricular activities will include Spell Bowl and Academic Bowl. Gibson County Over 400 students are enrolled in the four Catholic schools in Gibson County. • Karen Stewart, principal at Sts. Peter and Paul School, Youths Continued from page 1 Castel Gandolfo, the pope said, "My most cordial wish is that the enthusiasm proper to your age will help the whole people of God become aware of the very high vocation to which God calls it." The example of committed and enthusiastic Catholic youths can give special encouragement to other young people who are looking for meaning in their lives, he said. WASHINGTON, IN 254-1430 TOLL FREE 1-800-GMC-CHEV i Built with Quality to Save You Time & Money "lJr BGliES aTPJJSMISSENS Factory and General Office Hwy. 231 S., Jasper, IN (812) 482-1041 i t II t i ... (812) 254-2641 SAVINGS BANK, FSB 200 E. Van Trees St., Washington 500 Main St.. Petering IIII I The Message -- for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana Haubstadt, reports an enroll- ment of 124 students in grades kindergarten through five. *St. James School in Haub- stadt expects a student enroll- ment of 135. • There are 72 children enrolled in grades kindergarten through five at Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, according to Sara Zili- ak, principal. About 40 children will be. in the pre-school pro- gram. .Patricia Endicott, principal at St. Joseph School, Princeton, estimates an enrollment of 71 students in grades kindergarten through five. An additional 31 students will be in pre-school. The school will offer a second session of pre-school "allowing for pre-K in the morning session and pre-school (ages three and young four) in the afternoon." Evansville/Vanderburgh County • As previously reported in the Message, the two Evansville Catholic high schools are in the planning stages for a $11 million capital campaign. The campaign will provide funds for new science class- rooms, new windows, air-condi- tioning and an auxiliary gym at Memorial High School, Evans- ville. Mater Dei High School, Evansville, would receive new science classrooms, administra- tive offices, an auditorium and air-conditioning. Enrollment is expected to hit 616 students this year at Mater Dei. Memorial has 855 students enrolled. • Joyce Rietman, principal at Christ the King School, Evans- ville, said "there will be two classes of each grade, except first, fifth and sixth." Student enroll- ment is 320. The sharing, dialogue, reflec- tion, liturgical celebrations and contemplation that make up World Youth Day "will help you to live in a new way the pres- ence and action of the Holy Spirit," he said. "Confirmed in the faith and aware of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, received in .the sacraments of baptism and con- firmation, you will return to your countries of origin with renewed zeal," the pope told them. DIABETICS If you ha're Medicare or insurance you could be eligible to receive i.'our diabetic supplies at no cost. (insulin dependent only) Call :1-800-337-4144 i i Hear it from the source! Vatican Radio World News Men. - Fri. at 5:30 p.m. Only on WUEV-FM 91.5 University of Evansville On the air or on your computer at www.evansville.edu/-wuevweb M&S Fire & Safety Equip. Co. Inc. Over 25 years sales and servia in the Trt-sta, te 670 E. Franklin • 424-3863 I t tt ...... • Corpus Christi School in Evansville will have new central air conditioning this year, accord- ing to Larry Luig, principal, and an enrollment of 178 students. • In April of this year, Good Shepherd Church, Evansville, began construction onan addi- tion with six classrooms, a multi-media library, restrooms, storage room and a multi-pur- pose building which will include a conference room, concession stand, dressing rooms, storage and an office. Enrollment is expected to hit 325 this fall, according to Bene- dictine Sister Mary Celestin Maurer, principal. • Two-hundred-and-sixty-five students are enrolled at Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, this year in grades kindergarten through eight. • Mark McDonald, principal at Holy Rosary School, Evansville, says school enrollment, in grades kindergarten through eight, will be 418 students this year. • Gabriel's Garden, a pre- school for children at both Nativ- ity and Holy Spirit churches in Evansville, opens this year. Donna Halvers.n, Holy Spirit's principal, said there will be a class for four- and five-year olds and a class for three- and four- year olds. She projects an enrollment of 222 students at both the pre- school and Holy Spirit School. Holy Spirit is in the "planning stage of a parish addition, which will include a school addition, but not classroomK We need a com- puter room, library, music room and administrative offices." Eleven window air condition- ing units were added to the. school this summer. • Judy Blankenberger, princi- pal at Resurrection School, Evansville, projects an enroll- ment of 313 students this fall. The school has also added a pre- school program for three- and four-year-olds. The new addition to the school, containing offices, seven class- rooms and a gym, will also be complete. German classes will be offered at the seventh and eighth grade level. • One-hundred-and-thirty vol- unteers from St. Benedict school and parish recently helped move the contents from several class- UNITED SO BANK MEMBER OLD NATIONAL BANCOIIP WASHINGTON-SHOALS-LOOGOOTEE  HAUBSTADT ELECTRIC Licensed • Bonded • Insured Industrial, Commercial and ResidentiaJ P.O. Box 405 TONY NAZARIO Haubstadt, IN 47639 812-768-5207 1-800-766-2787 i I Main Street Pharmacy 2t7 E. Main St., Downtown Washington Phone: 254-5141 • ..=..-[,,,.. ,[o],,,]m|,,.-, m CORRESSELL, INC. HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING REFRIGERATION - Industdal - Residential Alan Corremll 426..1440 i r t I rooms and the primary library, according to Benedictine Sister Karlene Sensmeier, new princi- pal at St. Benedict School, Evansville. The administrative spaces have been renovated, "adding a new principal's office and confer- ence space and expanding the secretaries' area." A donation from the PTO and Bingo provided funds for a new telephone and intercom system, including a phone in every class- room. External speakers have also been installed in the play- ground area. There are 266 students enrolled at St. Benedict this year, and the school has added second and third grade classes. The pre-school now includes a morning pre-kindergarten pro- gram and an afternoon pre- school. • This August, building begins on a gym, meeting rooms, admin- istrative offices and a teacher's workroom at St. Joseph School, Vanderburgh County. There are plans to air-condition the build- ing. One-hundred-and-sixty-four students are enrolled this year. • Enrollment is 260 students at St. Theresa School, Evansville, according to Marie Brindle, prin- cipal, and the school has made changes in its kindergarten pro- gram. This fall, the program becomes a full-day program. The school will receive window air-conditioning units as part of its "short-term plan for facilities renewal." The long-term plan calls for central air-conditioning and new heating units by August of 1998. The Evansville school will also be celebrating its golden anniver- sary this year. • Marian Day School, Evans- ville, will add grades one and two to its curriculum this year, according to Bey Williams,n, director. "The vast majority of our inquiries about enrollment are for primary grades," Williamson said. She expects 20 students in the program this year. • This summer, the Old School building at St. Agnes Church, Evansville, was demolished. This will now allow for "more play- Au ground" Catholic Evansville, Render, principal. All three WCCS had air-conditioning should hit 382 students, ing 282 students in kindergarten through 100 students in program. Posey The three Catholic Posey County enrollment of over 560 • The computers upgraded at St. St. Philip, and being added, Bruggenschmidt, A pre-school between 45 and expected, with enrolled in grades through eight ..... • There are VCRs now in all the at St. Matthew School, Vernon, Sister Christine Onehundred dents are enrolled at Vernon school. • St. Wendel del, is installing work with central work stations, extensive software, Ann Friedman. She expects an 165 students this year. ' iiili Ferdinand -Marian Heights Ferdinand, expects 1 this year, according tine Sister Jane Ann cipal. '- New classes include and sophomore advanced placement and advanced ment. 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