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placeholder June 27, 2016   •   VOL. 54, NO. 12   •   Oakland, CA

Some of the pupils' artwork.

Kindergarteners on stage.
St. Cornelius School's art and music extravaganza
The 191 pupils at St. Cornelius School in Richmond invited their parents, family and friends to a festive performing arts event on June 9. Each class, kindergarten through grade eight, had artwork displayed along two walls inside the school gym and performed a musical number. "We believe in educating the whole child," said Principal Sherri Moradi, "that's why we offer music, art and physical education to all grade levels. … My dream is to bring drama to them at some point." See more photos at www.facebook.com/TheCatholicVoice. Learn more about St. Cornelius School at www.stcornelius-school.org and www.csdo.org.
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Every class participated in the performance.

Parents and pupils watch the program.

Principal Sherri Moradi, Pastor Rev. Sergio Mora and Vice Principal Marni Higgins.
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