St. Pius X School Hosts Naturalization Ceremony

St. Pius X School plays host to a Naturalization Ceremony for 35 new American citizens today.
Former citizens from Australia, Egypt, France and Turkey will become American citizens along with former citizens from 11 other countries.
Assistant Principal, Theresa Adams, approached Chief U.S. District Judge, Claire V. Eagan, about holding the ceremony at the school. She agreed and students and parents from grades four through eight will attend.
The new citizens will fill out their paperwork and eat breakfast prepared by the Home and School hospitality committee.
The ceremony starts at 11 a.m. and lasts for about an hour. Principal, Matt Vereecke will do the welcome, the two fourth grade classes will sing patriotic songs and two middle school students will read poems.

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