St. Mary’s held our first annual Father-Son Communion Breakfast on October 28th. Lancer guys and their dads attended Mass at Our Lady of Pompeii and then enjoyed a delicious hot breakfast in the cafeteria. Thank you to those who came out to celebrate the day with us! We look forward to making this a yearly… Read more »
On October 26, 2018, St. Mary’s students, faculty, staff, and community members donated blood and saved lives at the Unyts – Donate Life Blood Drive! We had over 47 Lancers donate and helped save over 140 lives today! Thank you to all the donors and the wonderful Unyts staff who helped make the drive a success!
For the second year in a row, St. Mary’s is pleased to announce that we have won the School Pride Food Drive! Competing against Lancaster and Depew High Schools, St. Mary’s brought in the most non-perishable food items straight up among competing schools. Thank you to all of our Lancer families who donated during the… Read more »
We have some big news from the Performing Arts Department! St. Mary’s is proud to announce that our production of The Addams Family is a finalist for the 2019 Kenny Awards! Stay tuned to smhlancers.org for the latest on auditions and requirements of the production!
St. Mary’s celebrated our monthly liturgy a few weeks ago and had some very special guests join us! As part of the new Generation 2 Generation Club started by junior Lauren Nawojski and her mom, residents from Tennyson Court Senior Care Community came to St. Mary’s for Mass and to enjoy some cider and doughnuts with the… Read more »
Earlier this week, County Legislator and St. Mary’s alumnus County Legislator John Bruso ‘77 took a tour of the school with Dean of Advancement & Alumni Engagement, Amanda Rebeck to see all of the great things happening at St. Mary’s! Thanks for visiting your old stomping grounds, Legislator Bruso!
The inaugural Lancer 5K on September 28, 2018 was a huge success! Thank you to the 160+ alumni, faculty, friends, and runners who came out to support the event! We can’t wait for next year!
Homecoming Week brought out a blast from the past with dress days revolving around the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and a week filled of fun activities, including relay races, trivia, and other games! After a week of points being distributed to the classes, the seniors came out on top and won a free pizza party!
Campus Minister and religion teacher Deacon Robb got the school year off on the right foot as he blessed every inch of the inside and outside of the school. Here’s to a great 2018-19 school year!