The Pillar Press: March 2022
The Pillar Press: March 2022
Hello, St. Paul alumni community
I hope this newsletter finds you well and you are having a good year thus far. If you are like me, you're ready for warmer temps and lots of sunshine. This past Valentine’s Day we sent over 75 college care packages out to alumni from the classes of 2012-2015. It was so great to share the love of our St. Paul community across the country, from California to Washington D.C. and everywhere in between. In addition, we are busy planning our inaugural Alumni Open House and a giving day in April. Check out details for those events below. Alumni from the Class of 2016, you will be celebrated, too, on April 24; please save the date and watch for an invitation soon.
There are many exciting happenings this spring so please be sure that we have your updated contact information so that you are included in all communications that we send out. Also, we want to celebrate you!  Please send achievements and news to us at alumni@stpaulchristian.org.
If you are in high school or college, Coach Kevin Connelly, Athletics and After-School Programs Director, is looking for some soccer coaches for the St. Paul Soccer League, serving our youngest soccer players ages 3-6 years old. Email Coach Connelly directly for more details and information at kconnelly@stpaulchristian.org. If you are looking for more career opportunities in elementary education, please check our current employment openings on our website today!
As always, I enjoy sharing all the happenings here at St. Paul, but most importantly, I look forward to hearing from you and hopefully seeing you on campus next month!
With gratitude,
Amy Richardson
Director of Annual Fund and Alumni Relations

St. Paul alumni and former students pose over the beautiful treeline of the Dominican Republic.


BACK ROW: Emmy Cerveny '20, Shannon Shoemake Mizell '00, Maddie Camp '20, Anna LeMarbre '18, Kendall Burns '19, Eleanor Douglas '19, Evie Moore '19, Hughes Roddey '19, Reed Rzasnicki '19, Tommy Bartholomew '19, Elias Franks '19, Graham Geshke '20, Wills Norton, Bo Robbins '20, Head of School Will Norton
FRONT ROW: Carter Plato '18, Sam Hall '18, Jack Moore '18, Conrad Wade '18, Cooper Coleman '18, Claiborne Tompkins '19, Hite Brown '19, Hank Cooke '19, Lyon Playfair '19, Caleb LeMarbre '21, William Wade '20

St. Paul Family Mission Trip to the Dominican Republic

Over 100 members of the St. Paul community gathered together and spent their Spring Break serving those in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic alongside Mission Emanuel, a cross-cultural, relational, Christian ministry that strives to promote discipleship through short-term mission trips focused on community transformation. Many St. Paul alumni were part of this group, and we are so thankful for their hard work and serving hearts. Check out a few of our highlighted alumni below, read the St. Paul D.R. Blog, or browse through our photo albums from the trip!
Anna LeMarbre '18 and mom
Jake Moore '18 and family
Evie Moore '19
William Wade '20 (right) with current students and families
Eleanor Douglas '19, Kendall Burns '19, and Lilly Holliday (daughter of 5th-grade teacher Mrs. Holliday) 
Tommy Bartholomew '19
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Pictured left: Trent McNair from the St. Paul Class of 2016 hit 1,000 points in his high school basketball career at Brentwood Academy this season! Way to go, Trent!
Pictured right: Former student Matthew Comegna was honored with the Joe Campbell Service Award, chosen by his peers and faculty for his heart for service and others. Congratulations, Matthew!
Congratulations to St. Paul alumnae Lillian Coleman '20, Mary Margaret Dye, Haylee Goitia '20, and Madelyn Schroeder '20 for the HVAC championship in volleyball representing Brentwood Academy! Way to go, girls!
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Pep Squad
Golf
Wrestling
St. Paul has launched four new athletic offerings: basketball cheerleading (called pep squad) for 4th-6th grade girls, spring golf for 3rd-6th graders, wrestling club for 2nd-6th grade boys, and boys' and girls' lacrosse teams for 5th and 6th graders. Expanding our offerings allows for more students to try new things and find their interests while learning to live a healthy lifestyle and love of sport.
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