St. Mary’s SACC students enjoy life-sized whack-a-mole


Children in St. Mary’s Catholic School’s SACC (School Aged Child Care) program play “whack-a-mole” Thursday afternoon during St. Mary’s “SACC Arcade.” School officials said students were tasked with creating their own games out of cardboard for the event. Students were given a set number of tickets and could play games to earn more tickets to redeem for prices.

Children in St. Mary’s Catholic School’s SACC (School Aged Child Care) program play “whack-a-mole” Thursday afternoon during St. Mary’s “SACC Arcade.” School officials said students were tasked with creating their own games out of cardboard for the event. Students were given a set number of tickets and could play games to earn more tickets to redeem for prices.


Children in St. Mary’s Catholic School’s SACC (School Aged Child Care) program play “whack-a-mole” Thursday afternoon during St. Mary’s “SACC Arcade.” School officials said students were tasked with creating their own games out of cardboard for the event. Students were given a set number of tickets and could play games to earn more tickets to redeem for prices.

Children in St. Mary’s Catholic School’s SACC (School Aged Child Care) program play “whack-a-mole” Thursday afternoon during St. Mary’s “SACC Arcade.” School officials said students were tasked with creating their own games out of cardboard for the event. Students were given a set number of tickets and could play games to earn more tickets to redeem for prices.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/04/web1_DSC_0627.jpgChildren in St. Mary’s Catholic School’s SACC (School Aged Child Care) program play “whack-a-mole” Thursday afternoon during St. Mary’s “SACC Arcade.” School officials said students were tasked with creating their own games out of cardboard for the event. Students were given a set number of tickets and could play games to earn more tickets to redeem for prices.