SP: Chapter 29. A Saturday Morning Swim

There was a well-earned reputation locally about the quality of the athletics program at St. Catherine’s. Many thought that there was an unfair advantage since the school seemed to have unlimited funds for its sports programs. When St. Catherine’s would compete locally against other schools, private or public, they were the team to beat. They …

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SP: Chapter 28. Seme Trouble

There had been some discussion among the Board of Education at St. Catherine’s of changing the class structure to comply with other modern schools, having the students attend different classrooms to study different subjects and the teachers remain. Some felt this would be more efficient and allow a greater variety of course material and electives …

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