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The Morning Show crew are on the road again to broadcast from one of the eleven Catholic schools in the greater Des Moines area. First stop, Holy Trinity Catholic School in September and the last stop, Christ the King in December!
Just imagine, 55 guests over three months all telling their story of the positive impact Catholic school has had on them as a current student, or parent, grandparent or alumni. That’s a lot of stories and it paints a broad picture of the many and varied ways Catholic schools have influenced us as individuals and communities. Here’s the 2013 My School is Cool Tour dates:
Sept. 7-13: Holy Trinity, Des Moines … Congratulations 3rd graders!
Sept. 14- 20: Holy Family, Des Moines … Congratulations 4th graders!
September 21-27: St. Theresa, Des Moines … Congratulations 3rd graders!
Sept. 28-Oct 4: St. Francis of Assisi, West Des Moines … Congratulations 2nd graders!
Oct. 5-11: St. Anthony, Des Moines … Congratulations 3rd graders!
Oct. 19-25: St. Pius X, Urbandale … Congratulations 1st graders!
Oct. 26-Nov 1: St. Augustin, Des Moines … Congratulations 4th and 8th graders!
Nov. 2-8: St. Joseph, Des Moines … Congratulations Kindergarteners!
Nov. 9-15: Assumption, Granger … Congratulations 5th Graders!
Nov. 16-22: Sacred Heart, West Des Moines … Congratulations 3rd Graders!
Nov. 30 – Dec. 6: Christ the King, Des Moines
We’re excited to start the 2013 Tour and celebrate with everyone the pride they have in their schools. The icing on the cake? Or, rather, the topping on the pizza is online voting for the ‘coolest’ grade at each of the schools. Students will be encouraging their parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and neighbors to go online www.iowacatholicradio.com and vote for their grade. The grade with the top vote-getters at each of the elementary schools will win a pizza party and My School is COOL t-shirts!
The mission of Iowa Catholic Radio is to ‘teach, defend and evangelize the Catholic faith. What better place to see this in action than in our Catholic elementary schools.