Monday, November 14, 2011

First Day in the new Catholic high school

Father Tolton Regional Catholic High School had its first day in its new facility. The mass was held in the gymnasium while parts of the school remain under construction. The skylights in the gym made for some nice afternoon light onto the bleachers.

Madeline Baggett talks to her father Dennis Baggett in her kitchen before her mother Jennifer Baggett (right) drives her to her first day in the new building for Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School. The Baggetts said they chose Fr. Tolton because it brings values from home into her school. 

Caroline Parker sits in class in the gymnasium.

Students receive Communion from Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School principal Kristie Wolfe in the school's gymnasium on Tuesday. This was the first Mass to be held in the new school. 

Caroline Parker studies in her class held in the gymnasium on Tuesday at Fr. Tolton Regional Catholic High School. Because construction of the facility has not been completed, classes are being held in any available rooms, including the weight room, art room and music room. 

Students sit in the gymnasium in their uniforms during class.The dress code has restrictions on all clothing except for socks.

Olivia Oglesby, Heidi Gundy and Caroline Parker hold hands during mass at Fr. Tolton Catholic High School. The school opened for its first day in the new facility at U.S. 63 and East Gans Road. 

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