"Robotics is all about overcoming adversity, from failed ideas to catastrophic malfunctions. I’m glad to have gotten the chance to work with some very resilient engineers. There’s no doubt that whatever comes next, the Iron Lions and Larry 2.0 will be ready." ~Justin DeFina '20
If you do not go to the supermarket or redemption center during social distancing, and if you have the room, you may keep your cans and bottles and donate them to us once we are able to return to our school.
Dramateurs Club met virtually this week with a Disney theme! NWC Virtual Clubs keep Student Life a top priority.
Mr. Tyler takes the PLANK CHALLENGE to new heights, saying, "I've had an incredible core my whole life."
NWC Director of Campus Ministry Chris Haddad and his sons lent a hand at the St. Joseph Cathedral Food Pantry this week. The pantry allowed only one family in at a time to work, then let only one family in at a time in to gather food. It was a long but important process.
The CIAC recommends that member schools voluntarily instruct their student-athletes to not engage in organized outside team practices, workouts, or individualized instruction.
Northwest Catholic's spring production of The Sound of Music might be on hold, but the school's theater troupe sticks together like family. Directors Mrs. Avery and Ms. Morran have created a "team" in NWC Virtual School Microsoft Teams app. Dramateurs should stay tuned for club meetings and messages.
Please see northwestcatholic.org/nwcvirtualschool for information and updates.
Northwest Catholic was delighted to welcome Hartford Courant photographer Kassi Jackson to Mass on Ash Wednesday. The Northwest Catholic community gathered in the Rice Auditorium for the special service that marked the beginning of Lent.