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A magical day at St. Anne

Second-grade teacher Sarah Rowland shows the card she picked, matching magician Andrew McFarlane’s clairvoyant prediction on a Post-It Note, during a magic show Tuesday at St. Anne School in Dixon. The students were treated to a magic show as part of Nationa Catholic Schools Week.  The week-long celebration of Catholic education, first held in 1974, starts the last Sunday in January and continues through the week. The theme for this year’s events is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” According to the National Catholic Education Association’s website, schools typically observe the week with Masses, open houses and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. The events are designed to encourage schools to focus on the value Catholic education provides to students and its contributions to the church, communities and nation. Go to http://shawurl.com/2zxl for more information on National Catholic Schools week.
Second-grade teacher Sarah Rowland shows the card she picked, matching magician Andrew McFarlane’s clairvoyant prediction on a Post-It Note, during a magic show Tuesday at St. Anne School in Dixon. The students were treated to a magic show as part of Nationa Catholic Schools Week. The week-long celebration of Catholic education, first held in 1974, starts the last Sunday in January and continues through the week. The theme for this year’s events is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” According to the National Catholic Education Association’s website, schools typically observe the week with Masses, open houses and other activities for students, families, parishioners and community members. The events are designed to encourage schools to focus on the value Catholic education provides to students and its contributions to the church, communities and nation. Go to http://shawurl.com/2zxl for more information on National Catholic Schools week.

Second-grade teacher Sarah Rowland shows the card she picked, matching the magician Andrew McFarlane’s clairvoyant prediction on a Post-It Note, during a magic show Tuesday at St. Anne School in Dixon. The students were treated to a magic show as part of National Catholic Schools Week.

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