Eighth graders at Assumption Catholic School organized and ran a scavenger hunt through the halls of the school on Friday February 25th. They had developed the idea for Catholic School’s week, but due to the snow it had to be postponed until Friday. Fourth and Fifth grade students were led around the school looking for clues to several trivia questions about our school, staff and administration. The students participating were so excited that they had to control themselves from running from one station to another. Questions ranged from who watches over them when they pray each morning; which teacher has the lightest color eyes; and who is a teacher now, but was a student years ago? Once the riddles were answered, the students concluded in the eighth grade class where they had to spell words from the next years spelling list. The event ended by their putting puzzles together of the school pictures.