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Monroeville students put principal in sticky situation

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| Friday, February 8, 2019 10:49 a.m
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CELEBRATING CATHOLIC EDUCATION Celebrating Catholic Schools week, Jan. 27 - Feb. 2, students at Divine Mercy Academy in Monroeville had the unique opportunity to tape their principal to the wall. The event, sponsored by the Parent Teacher Group, was part of the week-long activities celebrating this year’s theme, “Catholic Schools. Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed”. Students were able to buy strips of duct tape and tape Principal Sean Davis to the wall at the end of the day on Feb. 5. This is the first year for the Our Divine Academy (formerly St. Bernadette’s School and North America Martyr’s School) following the combining of the two schools under the reorganization last year. Above, Roman Maurizio, third grade, Dylan Bentley, eighth grade, and Jovie Johnson, fifth grade, play tug of war with the ball of tape after freeing Principal Davis.
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students put principal in sticky situation Celebrating Catholic Schools week, Jan. 27 - Feb. 2, students at Our Divine Academy in Monroeville had the unique opportunity to tape their principal to the wall. With the help of parent volunteer Pete Griffin, Caitlin and Will Burke, fifth grade, secure their tape across Principal Sean Davis. More photos, Page 2
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Elena Collins, and Ashley Griffith, both third grade, wait their turn in line.
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Grace Supancic, kindergarten, has the best time taping Principal Davis.
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Cohen DeFelice, kindergarten, makes sure his tape is secure around Principal Davis.
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Principal Davis, with the help of parent volunteer Jason Jablon, struggles to pull himself away from the wall.
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