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Thursday, August 17, 2017

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Blessed Sacrament School Students Put on Renaissance Festival

Shakespeare, DaVinci are fun features of annual event

(SAVANNAH) – Blessed Sacrament School students enjoyed feasting and merriment Renaissance style as they sampled several fun-filled and educational activity stations at their annual Renaissance Festival.

Students sampled the many stations: the Royal Joust, the Royal Feast (with court jesters and other entertainment), a Punch and Judy puppet show, arm wrestling, Renaissance hair braiding, gypsies and fortune telling, garlands and calligraphy, a real Renaissance dance, a magic show, and scenes from Romeo and Juliet.

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Blessed Sacrament School Celebrates Pi Day

Event helps make math fun while students learn about the ratio that's used in so many math, science and engineering formulae

(SAVANNAH) – You might not remember any of the formulae you had to use it in, but you probably remember the name and maybe even the symbol: Pi, or 3.14159. It is mathematics' equivalent to a rock star, popping up in popular culture and used in many formulae from mathematics, science and engineering.

Blessed Sacrament is celebrating Pi day March 12 from 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Pi day, of course, is March 14 (3.14), but since that's a Sunday this year, the students are celebrating it Friday.

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Blessed Sacrament School Holds Career Week

(SAVANNAH) -- Blessed Sacrament School's fifth through eighth grades participated in Career Week March 1-5 with a variety of speakers from all walks of life.

Speakers included a GBI medical examiner, an air traffic controller, a judge, a U.S. Attorney, an industrial engineer, a campaign manager, an accountant, a financial planner, a banker, a museum curator, a graphic designer and author and a teacher and artist.

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