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ICS Journeys with Jesus

Father John Missler helps complete the prayer and sticker book that explains the Stations of the Cross with the kindergarteners in Mrs. Susie Adams’ class.

Students at Immaculate Conception School in Port Clinton spent time during this Lenten season reflecting on the pain and suffering of Jesus and the new life and hope that was given to them through his death and resurrection. 

Immaculate Conception School first grade teacher, Miss Karly Cross, and kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Susie Adams, spent time in church last week with their classes. Father John Missler spent the morning with the kindergarten class as they prayed and reflected on the sacrifice of Jesus. The students visited the Stations of the Cross and took a walk in Jesus’ shoes as they walked through the Stations of the Cross. Students thought about the last days of Jesus’ life and how much he loved them. The Stations of the Cross themselves are usually represented in churches by a series of 14 pictures or sculptures covering our Lord's Passion. They are meant to be stopping points along the journey for prayer and meditation. The classes took turns reading prayers at each station and reflecting on how they can live as Jesus did, with love and sacrifice.

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ICS honors the best and brightest

Pictured, left to right, are ICS students that had perfect attendance for the third quarter:  Dalton Boyd, Stephanie Jadwisiak, Madison Wiechman, Dawson Scott, Luke Spicer, Oliver Fall, Morgan Wiechman, Bert Fall, Robby Perez, Ella Roberts, Emily Theibert and Garrett Hirt.  

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ICS kicks off 90th birthday celebration

Immaculate Conception School posed for an all school picture on Wednesday afternoon as the school prepares for a year of celebrating 90 years of providing children in Port Clinton with a faith based education.

Immaculate Conception School opened its doors in 1924 and continues to strive for excellence in Catholic education each and every day. Many birthday celebration activities are being planned for the upcoming year, but the festivities will be kicked off with the school’s 28th annual FICS Spring Auction which will be held on Saturday, April 26. This year’s auction is a 90th Birthday Party that will feature a birthday dinner; silent, live, and fishbowl auctions; and many other events. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 per person. 

All proceeds from this year’s auction go directly to Immaculate Conception School. ICS wishes to invite anyone who wishes to celebrate the past and future of ICS to make a reservation for this year’s birthday celebration by calling the school office at 419.734.3315. Donations of any kind can be dropped off at the school at 109 W. 4th Street during school hours. Immaculate Conception School is now accepting registrations for the 2014-2015 school years for preschool and grades K-5.

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