Absentees Required to Make up the Walk

By J1 Reporter Courtney Long Every year, Marian students look forward to donating money and walking the route assigned to their grade on the special day that is called Walk-A-Thon. Walk-A-Thon was scheduled for Friday, Sept. 24. Students who could not make it to WAT, are still required to walk with an assigned supervisor. This […]

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New Teachers Dive Head-First into Walk-A-Thon

By J1 Reporter Nina McMullen Seniors take four years to truly understand the nuances of Marian’s Walk-A-Thon (WAT), yet teachers are expected to get the hang of things in one. Do teachers new to Marian thoroughly understand the intricacies of WAT?  Mr. John Paul Franco, a Spanish teacher in his first year at Marian, is […]

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Marian Students Put on Thinking Caps to Strategize Fundraising Methods

By J1 Reporter Regina Anyaegbunam Inside the box, outside the box, some ideas just can’t be contained. This year Marian saw strategies ranging from asking family to selling stickers to class hats. “Each class thought outside of the box this year with fundraising ideas,” said student board co-moderator Ms. Jessica Abel. This past month of […]

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New Senior Accessory Helps Class Raise Money

By J1 Reporter Tyler Raikar Arby’s. They have the meats, and now the Marian girl’s support for their school’s fundraiser, Walk-A-Thon (WAT). Each year students think of creative ways to raise money for their grade and tuition assistance. Senior Cali D’Agosto sparked up a grand new idea for the senior class. Through the sponsorship of […]

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Walk-A-Thon Creates Controversy

By J1 Reporters Marin Krenzer and Elleiana Green Bombarded by first day jitters, the students of Marian sat in their first block of the year, nervous about new protocols for COVID-19, and trying to adjust to the new schedules. Within minutes of the first announcement of the 2020-2021 school year, the school was already announcing […]

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