Article by Phoenix writer Isabel Connolly ’23: The students of Kellenberg’s Latin club, one of the many language clubs the school offers, spend their Thursdays after school in room 104 working on various fun Latin-related activities. Whether it be focusing on the language itself or the fascinating mythology of the ancient Romans, they are always finding new ways to bring excitement to the supposed dead language. On January 13th, their moderator, Miss LaMonica, gave them
Article by Phoenix writer Michelle Paszek ’24: In History Club, moderated by Mr. Kennedy, students can come together and watch historical films, join in on discussions about historical events and how they relate to current events, take short trips to local historical places, and play board games relating to history. “We play this game called Conflict,” Junior Nathaniel Gallagher explained. “It was invented by Mr. Kennedy and it’s a mixture of different strategic games, like
Article by Phoenix writer Michelle Paszek ’24 Many students and faculty can say with absolute certainty that Kellenberg has a greenhouse. It’s hard to miss that glass building in the courtyard just outside classroom 126 with the neon pink UV light beaming from behind the glass. But how many students or faculty know what happens inside the greenhouses? Yes, that’s right – greenhouses, as in plural. In fact, Kellenberg has not one, but three greenhouses
Article by Phoenix writer Amir Jeudy ’22: As I sat in our Haitian restaurant, listening to news reports watching our customers debate Haitian politics, part of me felt strange. Even though by definition, these were my people, I felt detached. I watched immigrants, including my own mother, feel pain for their home, but my pain and concern wasn’t shared. I was watching from the outside. I’ve never stepped foot in Haiti, I don’t speak Haitian
Article by Phoenix writer Sophia Paulich ’24: Each year, Kellenberg hosts the Advent Queen of Peace Collection in which all students are encouraged to contribute. This year, the drive will take place on Tuesday, November 30th through Wednesday December 8th. There will be bins available in the lobby for all donations to be placed into. Each year, the collection for the elderly fills the school with Christmas spirit and gratitude for all that we have.
Article by Phoenix writer Sophia Paulich ’24 On Tuesday, November 30th, the Kellenberg community took part in Giving Tuesday. With the Christmas season approaching, it is easy to get caught up in all the holiday stressors like decorating, baking, and shopping. Giving Tuesday is a worldwide movement that allows for people to take a pause from all the chaos and focus on doing good for the well being of others. Giving Tuesday was created in