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Our students celebrate the past, present, and future in education. From learning the 2000 year-old game of Chess, to celebrating the 100th day of the 2019 school year, to setting our sights on future careers, students at St. Matthew Cathedral School love to celebrate excellence in education!

Kindergarteners and First Graders enjoyed many activities to celebrate the 100th day of the school year. Posters, bead projects, decorated t-shirts, fancy hats, and even cup-towers had us counting the days we’ve enjoyed together this school year!

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Mr. Greg Balderas visited 3rd and 4th grade students to teach them about computer science as they consider their future professions.

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Old meets new: 7th graders taught 3rd graders the ancient game of Chess, on traditional boards and modern computers!

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