Read the latest issue of Blueprint - the official newsletter for alumni, community, family and friends of St. Robert School.
Musician Augie Haas '98 is featured in the new issue of Blueprint. When math teacher Ms. Hanson retired last year after 32 years at St. Robert School, Haas composed a special song for her. Listen to it HERE.
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...Frankie Carter, SRS 2009, who is the salutatorian of the Dominican High School Class of 2013! Frankie earned a 3.99 grade point average and was recently named a National Merit Finalist, an honor given to less than one percent of US high school seniors.
Sebastian Konewko, SRS 2009, is a recent recipient of the Renaissance Award for his outstanding academic work and marked improvements in Social Studies.
...Kate (Sankovitz) Jurgens, SRS 1980, on the publication of her book - Mo: A Loeys Dietz Syndrome Memoir. Maureen “Mo” Jurgens was born in 1995 with a rare disease as yet undiagnosed at that time. Kate, a neonatal intensive care nurse, recognized the signs of birth defects right from the start: turned feet, closed fists, and a cleft palate. It wouldn’t be until over nine years and seventeen surgeries later that a key discovery would lead to the diagnosis of Loeys Dietz Syndrome, a rare connective tissue disease that allows aneurysms to grow throughout the entire body as well as wreak havoc on the joints and soft tissue. Kate’s journey became one of discovering how to mother a child with special needs while also raising three other children, expand her nursing knowledge, strengthen her own marriage, and deepen her Catholic faith. Compiled mostly from Kate’s journal entries over the course of Mo’s first thirteen years, Mo: A Loeys Dietz Syndrome Memoir is both a medical mystery and story of triumphant spirits.