St. Albert the Great School, Huntingdon Valley, plans the following events:
Tuesday, Jan. 29
Cynthia Koons, school principal, and Msgr. Paul V. Dougherty, pastor, will wear students’ uniforms and two eighth grade students will dress up like the principal and the pastor. They will go from room to room to introduce the “new students” to the rest of the school.
Wednesday, Jan. 30
Crazy Hat Day and Teacher Topsy Turvy Day — Teachers trade places for the last period of the day and make a craft.
Thursday, Jan. 31
Talent show, 1 p.m. — Students in grades 6 to 8 showcase their talents for the enjoyment of the school community.
Friday, Feb. 1
9 a.m. Mass for volunteers followed by two volleyball games: grade 4 vs. teachers and grade 8 vs. teachers.
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