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Tuesday, October 27, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Education Notebook: Cataldo School to sell Halloween costumes

Cataldo Catholic School will host its annual Halloween costume sale Oct. 17 and 18. The event will be in the school’s parking lot at 455 W. 18th Ave., from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Trick-or-treaters of all ages can shop for new and gently used costumes for not-so-scary prices.

Cataldo Catholic School fifth-grader’s art makes Highlights

The magazine Highlights for Children has picked a drawing by 10-year-old Duncan Cooper to be published in its October edition. Duncan, who’s in fifth grade at Cataldo Catholic School and the son of Noah and Teresa Cooper, calls his drawing “A Rainbow in Ireland” and it shows a rainbow over green grass, dotted with raindrops.

School Notes: Cataldo school is planning costume sale

For ghosts and goblins preparing for the upcoming spooky holiday, Cataldo Catholic School is hosting its annual Halloween costume sale next Thursday and Friday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sale will be in the parking lot of the school, 455 W. 18th Ave.

Education Notebook: Libby Center wins MathCounts

Libby Center finished in first place Saturday in the MathCounts middle school competition at Northwood Middle School. The competition included teams from Davenport, St. George’s, Northwood, Lakeside and Sacajawea. St. George’s placed second and Sacajawea third. The top two teams have been invited to compete in the state competition March 12.

Cataldo Catholic School becomes nonprofit

Cataldo Catholic School has become a nonprofit organization. Bishop Blase Cupich granted the formal permission for the change in late November, and the school has since been working through the process of finalizing the registration with the state and electing a lay board of directors.

Cataldo Catholic School becomes nonprofit

Cataldo Catholic School has become a nonprofit organization, making it the only Catholic school in Spokane with a nonprofit status. Bishop Blase Cupich granted the formal permission for the change in late November, and the school has since been working through the process of finalizing the registration with the state and electing a lay board of directors.

Logan seeks online votes in Clorox grant competition

The Spokane Public Schools Foundation has found a “clean” way to earn some money for Logan Elementary School. The foundation recently entered a grant program sponsored by the Clorox Corp. The program is similar to the Pepsi grant program, where participants have the opportunity to win $20,000 or $50,000 for their schools.