May Day

After what seemed to be an especially long and arduous winter, St. Clement’s School anticipated the arrival of summer with its annual May Day celebrations.

On Friday, May 17, SCS headed to the Circular Drive and the Side Yard for an hour of fresh air, fun, and frolics. With the clouds drifting away and the sun desperately trying to warm things up, students first attended assembly where the Student Council explained the events to come. Then, after collecting their May Day passports, the mufti-clad Clementines ventured outside.

The StuCo had set up a number of stations throughout the yard at which participants had to answer skill-testing questions and engage in a few physical challenges. The rewards for their efforts included indulging in a refreshingly ice-cold Freezie or two before drifting away for the first long weekend of the season.

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