Another Spaghetti Supper has come and gone at St. Mary Catholic Community School in Crown Point. Once again the masses came, they saw, and they ate spaghetti to support St. Mary’s School! “It was great to see so many wonderful people attend Spaghetti Supper once again this year. Our attendance is back up to pre-Covid levels. This event is about far more than just a good meal. It’s about community,” said the school’s principal, Tom Ruiz.
Mrs. Emily Briseno, once again, chaired this year’s event.. The committee is already planning Spaghetti Supper #62 to be held on November 8, 2023.
St. Mary’s students eat their lunch in the gym while the visitors eat lunch in the cafeteria.
Matteo-Abner De Leon Gutierrez enjoys his spaghetti at lunch.
Mrs. Kim Hise won the annual pie eating contest. Father Kevin Huber was a good sport in participating!
Katherine Riordan, Judy Ramirez and Kristina Scalzitti follow the famous spaghetti recipe that’s been handed down over the generations.
Adriana Borozan and Julia Meehan enjoy the day at St. Mary’s.
The community has enjoyed coming to St. Mary’s for lunch and dinner on the second Wednesday of November since 1962.
St. Mary Catholic Community School in Crown Point offers grade levels Junior Pre-Kindergarten (for three year olds) through grade eight. St. Mary’s faculty teaches a rich curriculum supported by cutting-edge technology. Faith, Academic Excellence, Life Lessons, and Compassion are the pillars of the school. All parents contribute to the school’s success by participating in volunteer projects. To learn more about St. Mary School’s visit school.stmarycp.org.