Monthly Archive: May 2013

May 17

‘The Onlooker’ profiles sophomore dedicated to search & rescue

Search & Rescue

Superman in our midst By Anna Griffin, The Onlooker “Anything imaginable, I’ve seen it.” St. Vincent sophomore Tyler Schmidt may seem like a cool kid. His bright red hair,  humorous personality, and outgoing yet sharp composure are what identify him to the average person at St. Vincent. However, what most people don’t know about Tyler, …

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May 13

SV Drama Presents: “As You Like It” May 29-June 1


One of Shakespeare’s great romantic comedies, “As You Like It” follows the story of cousins Rosalind and Celia, as they flee in disguise with their jester Touchstone from the persecution of Celia’s father, the usurping Duke Frederick, and their life at his tense, restrictive court.  They find safekeeping as they enter the vibrant, peaceful, and …

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May 10

SV Sculpture class ‘cooks up’ creative trophies for the Petaluma Chili Cookoff

chili boots

The St. Vincent Sculpture students helped to create trophies for the annual Petaluma Chili Cookoff, which takes place on Saturday May 11th. All proceeds of the event benefit the Cinnabar School. We were chosen to participate based on the successful and creative trophies we created last year. Please take a look at the talented trophy …

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May 02

SV mural ‘welcomes all’


  The SVHS Art Department, led by Ms. Amy Waud-Reiter and Ms. Marla Pedersen, with help from Senior Marc Calabrese, created the above mural with the message “All Are Welcome Here.”  The message comes from a popular church hymn, one of Father Gary Lombardi’s favorite hymns, in fact.   Lombardi praises the mural and what …

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