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2021 November Service Project:
We Love our Military!
Canned Food  Drive
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Our students have participated in a service project which involves our military troops who are away from home serving our country. Students have been writing cards and we will be sending packages to their units. Several of our students and teachers have parents, children, and relatives who are serving across the country, so we want to brighten their day with a package from our students. We honored our Veterans during our Friday flagpole meeting on November 12, 2021.
Thanksgiving Activities 2020
St. Egbert Students collected over a thousand items for Martha's Mission. Items collected included canned goods, laundry detergent, dish detergent, toilet paper and bars of soap. On November 24th students celebrated with Turkey Pancakes. Many thanks to our parents and volunteers who helped make this possible.
Toys for Tots Collection 2019
 Preston Justice and Lindsay Parker drove a van to St. Egbert Catholic School to pick up the toys for delivery to Parker Honda, a Toys for Tots distribution site. Rudolph, the visiting reindeer, helped load all the toys in the Parker Honda van for our Toys for Tots distribution. The students sang Christmas songs, including "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" in honor of our visitors.
Toys for Tots 2019
Thirty-year retired veteran, Master Gunnery Sergeant Paul McGowan, who served in the United States Marine Corps from 1986 until 2016, spoke to our St. Egbert students today. He explained the history of Toys for Tots and his involvement with the program. Master Gunnery Sergeant McGowan has served our country in a variety of ways including Desert Storm and multiple tours in Afghanistan and Iraq, as well as the Op’s Chief for  the Wounded Warrior Battalion East, Camp LeJeune, Jacksonville, NC. We were honored by his visit and appreciate the time he shared visiting the students and classes.
Students Support Martha's Mission 2019
In Ms. Whilldin's PE classes, students ran laps at the beginning of physical education classes over the last two weeks, with the goal of donating canned goods for the miles they accumulated. Please click on the link to see the full article in the CARTERET NEWS-TIMES:
Morehead City Fire Department comes to St. Egbert Catholic School! 2019
Justice for All!
Each year our former teacher, Mrs. Toni Justice, hosts the lemonade stand during the month of September. This began years ago to help students recognize the contributions and sacrifices of our local first responders. The money raised is donated to our local fire and police departments. We appreciate Mayor Jones, Captain Stephens, and Officer Dixon attending our ceremony.
Lt. Col. DeMarco shared flag etiquette  with our 5th grade class. We appreciate his service to our country and our school. Students have gained an appreciation for our flag and what patriotism really means.