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September 9, 1994 Catholic Continued from ge 1 Ninety-four students are en- rolled at Washington Catholic High School, WashiIigton. Ninety-three students are enrolled at Washing.ton Catholic Middle School and 294 students are enrolled in Washington Catholic Elemen- tary School, 60 students more than last year. Forty-one stu- dents are enrolled in the kindergarten program and 33 students are in first grade. This year, 56 students are in the pre-kindergarten program. This is the second year for the pre-kindergarten program at Washington Elementary. Fonda Joyce, Washington Catholic superindentent, be- lieves the program will prove to be a "good feeder system" providing entry into the Wash- mgton Catholic school system because it "gives parents an opPortunity to see our schools." There are 110 students en- rolled at Marian Heights Acad- emy, a private high school op- erated by the Benedictine Sisters in Ferdinand. There are 21 students in both the freshman and sophomore classes, 28 juniors and 43 se- niors. The two Catholic elementary schools in Jasper have a com- bined, student enrollment of 472. , Holy Family School has 272 students enrolled, includ- ing 28 students in the kinder- garten program and 40 stu- dents in the first grade. Pare Bell is in her first year as prin- cipal at Holy Family School. , Precious Blood has 200 students this fall. Twenty- seven students are enrolled in the kindergarten program and 25 Students are in first grade. Fifty-four students are in the re'.kindergarten program at "Clous Blood. dents en- There are 2,980 stu rolled in Catholic elementary hools in Vanderburgh • C " hrlst the King School, Evansville, has 270 students dled, including 32 in ergarten and 36 in first e. Twenty-three students p::grna thepre-kindergarten m. This year's enroll- ment includes 18 students more than last year. o COrpus Christi School, le, has 172 students including 26 students rst grade. There are 22 ergarteners. When students at Good ! School, Evansville, rae to SChool on their first they found $700,000 of remodeling and a new addition. The addition ares three classrooms, a ence lab, and a computer Good Shepherd has 221 nts enrolled, an increase Students over last year. students are in and 29 students graders. The Message m for Catholics of Southwestern Indiana 3 • Holy Redeemer School, Evansville, has 323 students enrolled. There are 29 students in kindergarten and 42 stu- dents in first grade. • Holy Rosary School, Evansville, has 431 students enrolled, which is 41 students more than were enrolled last year. There are 60 kinder- garten students and 44 first graders. • Holy Spirit School, Evans- ville, has 186 students, 23 stu- dents mpre than last year. There are 20 kindergarten stu- dents and 19 first graders. A new after-school program, which began Aug. 22, is set up to provide care to 30 students. • Resurrection School, Evansville, has 258 students enrolled; last year's enrollment was 246. Thirty students are in the kindergarten program and 41 students are first graders. • St. Benedict School, Evans- ville, has 307 students en- rolled, including 29 kinder- garteners and 27 first graders. Last year, 297 students were enrolled. This year, there are 22 pre- kindergarteners enrolled in the school's new pre-K program called the Garden School. Judy Lyden is the program director. • Students at St. Theresa School, Evansville, have a new principal, Anne Marie Brandle. This year, 237 students are en- rolled at St. Theresa, including 27 students in kindergarten and 24 students in first grade. • Marian Day School has a total enrollment of 23 stu- dents. Rudy Montejano is cur- rently the director and Suzanne Dodd is serving as special ed coordinator. • Westside Catholic Consoli- dated School in Evansville has 396 students enrolled, includ- ing 27 kindergarten students and 29 first graders. This is the first year for the pre- kindergarten program which has 75 students enrolled. Ann Feldhaus is the program direc- tor. • St. Joseph School, Vander- burgh County, has 156 stu- dents enrolled, including 9 kindergarten students and 16 first graders. St. John the Baptist School, Newburgh, has 276 students enrolled, an increase of 24 stu- dents over last year. There are 34 students in kindergarten and 40 students in first grade. There are 512 students en- rolled in the four Catholic ele- mentary schools in Gibson County. • Holy Cross School, Fort Branch, has 110 students en- rolled, including 45 students in pre-kindergarten, 44 in kinder- garten and 11 students in first grale. This is an increase in enrollment of 12 students. • St. James School, St. James, has 136 students en- rolled, including 11 kinder- garteners and 18 first graders. This year, students are watch- ing the construction of new school building addition. When completed, the building will contain four classrooms and a multi-purpose room with a kitchen area. • St. Joseph School, Prince- ton, has 114 students enrolled, including 14 kindergarteners and 14 first graders. This year's enrollment includes 24 preschoolers. • Sts. Peter and Paul School, Haubstadt, has 152 students enrolled, and a new principal this fall. She is Karen Riordan, former principal at St. Theresa School, Evansville. There are 22 kindergarten students and 21 first graders. There are 557 students en- rolled in the three Catholic ele- mentary schools in Posey County. • St. Matthew School, Mount Vernon, has 128 students en- rolled. There are 22 kinder- garten students and 23 first graders. • St. Philip School, St. Philip, has 261 students en- rolled, including 25 kinder- garteners and 30 first graders. Forty-three students are en- rolled in the pre-school pro- gram. • St. Wendel School, St. Wendel, has 168 students en- rolled, including 20 first graders and 15 kindergarten- ers. Last year's enrollment was 161 students. There are 96 students en- rolled at St. Bernard School, Rockport, this fall, with eight students in the kindergarten program and 11 first graders. St. Bernard School also has a new principal, Lee Berg, this year. i  iiii  !iiiii ....  )i I': i ii i i:! /i! i::  ' / / : i The new school building at St. James School, St. James, is expected to be completed by December. It will contain four primary grade classrooms and a multi-purpose room with a kitchen area. Construction costs are expected to be under $900,000. Above, a workman applies brick to the ex- terior of the building. -- Message photo by Mary Ann Hughes ,,,e Followihg is a feature in the Message, designed to help draw together the People of God in southwestern Indiana. Readers are invited to submit information about people who may benefit by some extra prayers and attention. • Services for Helen Swartz, the mother of Father Joseph Swartz, pastor at St. Matthew Church, Mount Ver- non, were held Sept. 7 at St. Simon Church, Washington. She died Sept. 4 at Good Samaritan Hospital in Vincennes, at the age of 88. • Edwin Vogler, the father of Bob Vogler, formerly a long-time employee of Catholic Charities, died recently. Please send information for PEOPLE WE CARE ABOUT to Mary Ann Hughes, The Message, P.O. Box 4169, Evansville, IN 47724. II AUTO TOPS • SEAT COVERS . 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