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Gallery: Catholic Schools Week pep rally at the Alpha School

| Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013, 9:02 p.m.
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From left, kindergartners Sophie Zhang-Nackle of Wexford, Anish Kalua of McCandless, Anna Bridges of Cranberry, Mandy Adduci of Sewickley and Finnegan Powers of Freedom perform the 'Gangnam Style' dance during a pep rally at Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, to kick off the school's Catholic Schools Week celebration. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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Fourth-grader Michael Place of Ross Township performs the 'Gangnam Style dance during a pep rally at Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, to kick off the school's Catholic Schools Week celebration. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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Second-grader Elizabeth Paski of McCandless shows off her school spirit by leading cheers during a pep rally at Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, to kick off the school's Catholic Schools Week celebration. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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From left, first-grader Kendall Kozel of Gibsonia, first-grader Annabel Dlugos of McCandless and second-grader Gina Palladino of Oakmont perform the 'Gangnam Style' dance during a pep rally at Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, to kick off the school's Catholic Schools Week celebration. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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Kindergartner Finnegan Powers of Freedom, at right, sneaks a peak at the moves of kindergartner Mandy Adduci of Sewickley while they do the 'Gangnam Style' dance during a pep rally at Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, to kick off the school's Catholic Schools Week celebration. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal
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First-graders Andrew Kuch-Swann of Allison Park, at left, and Braeden Golla of Gibsonia cheer during a pep rally at Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless on Monday, Jan. 28, 2013, to kick off the school's Catholic Schools Week celebration. Randy Jarosz | For the North Journal

Students at Providence Heights Alpha School in McCandless kicked off their Celebration of Catholic Schools Week with a pep rally on Jan. 28. The theme for Catholic Schools Week this year was “Catholic Schools Raise the Standards.” The annual observance starts the last Sunday in January and runs all week, according to the National Catholic Education Association.

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