ICS kindergarten graduation

The Immaculate Conception Kindergarten class treated a gym full of parents, grandparents, and friends to a graduation program full of prayer, song, and poetry. Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Susie Adams presented the class of 17 to Mrs. Connie Snyder, Principal, and Father John Missler, Superintendent. Diplomas were passed out and a reception with cake and juice was held for the graduates and their families after the ceremony. Immaculate Conception School congratulates its kindergarten class.


ICS says goodbye to graduating fifth grade class

The fifth graders at Immaculate Conception School said goodbye to their elementary school and the ICS family that has been a part of their lives since preschool on Thursday, May 19. The group was honored with a graduation Mass officiated by Father John Missler in which the pastor and superintendent of the school told the class cherish what they have learned at ICS and reminded them that the choices they make define them and their futures.


Next stop: Kindergarten

Under the direction of Miss Mary Heschel and Miss Michelle Wojciechowski, 19 four and five year olds entertained a gym full of parents, siblings, grandparents and schoolmates with song. The children began the ceremony by leading a prayer and saying the Pledge of Allegiance. There was also a prayer performed in sign language by the graduating class.

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