St. Michael’s Catholic Academy celebrated the Kindergarten Graduation Ceremony on June 12 2019.
We invite you to join us as a sponsor on Friday, October 26th, in St. Michael’s Church Auditorium for an evening of fun as we celebrate St. Michael’s Catholic Academy honoring Bishop Sanchez for his many years of dedication to our community. We will also be honoring distinguished parishioner and Academy Board Member Joan Kane and Sister Katherine Hanrahan, CSJ, for their lifetime of service to the St. Michael’s academic community and Catholic Education.
All funds raised from this event will support the St. Michael’s Catholic Academy Scholarship Fund helping our children spread their wings! A complete explanation of our sponsorship levels is below.
To become a sponsor, you can either fill out our online donation form, using the “Other” field to enter your amount and choosing “Yes” from the pulldown next to “Autumn Celebration,” or you can download this form, check your preferred sponsorship level, and mail it with a check made out to “MHRCA – St. Michael’s” to:
St. Michael’s Catholic Academy – Autumn Celebration
136-58 41st Avenue
Flushing, New York 11355
- In-kind sponsorships are also available for this event, including food, beverages, decorations & entertainment.
- We kindly request your RSVP by Friday, October 5th.
- We are a 501c3 not-for-profit organization.
- For more information, please contact us at email@example.com or call us at (718) 961-0246.
Primary Sponsorship Levels
$2,500 – Special Recognition at the event, prominent display of sponsor name/ logo at the event, SMCA website and message in the Commemorative Journal
$1,000 – Reserved table for (10) guest, display of sponsor name/logo on table , Full screen display throughout the evening, SMCA website , 3 grand raffles and a message in the Commemorative Journal.
$500 – Reserved seating for (5) guest, 1/2 screen ad display throughout the evening, SMCA website, 2 grand raffles and message in the Commemorative Journal.
$250 – Reserved seating for (2) guests ¼ screen ad display throughout the evening, SMCA website and 1 grand raffle ticket.
Primary Sponsorship Levels
Full-screen display throughout the evening and SMCA website.
Half-screen display throughout the evening and SMCA website.
Quarter-screen display throughout the evening and SMCA website
Message in the Commemorative Journal.
MHRCA 2018 Science Fair Winners
February 15, 2018
Grades K – 2
First Place – Ajay Kochar (Grade 1) “How to make a Bristelbot”
Pedro Ramirez Aldana (Grade 1) “The Water Cycle”
Second Place – Angeline Calispa (Kindergarten B) “Animals that Live on Land”
Rosalia Rojas (Kindergarten B) “Animals that Live on Land”
Third Place – Paolo Mendoza (Grade 2) “Simple Machines”
Valeria Marquez (Grade 2) “Erosion”
Ronnie Zheng (Grade 1) “How To Make a String Telephone”
Daniel Silvio (Grade 1) “Which Liquids Freeze the Fastest”
Grades 3 – 5
First Place – Gavin Barbery (Grade 5)
“Can You Teach a Computer to Tell the
Difference Between a Car and a
Cup Through Machine Learning?”
Patricia Mendoza (Grade 5) “Would an Egg in Osmosis Grow Bigger
in Water, Milk, or Coffee and Shrink the
smallest in Honey, Corn Syrup, or
Second Place – Felicia Grenel (Grade 5) “How Does a Cotton Ball Dipped in Dish
Soap Affect How Food Coloring React to Milk and Canola Oil?”
Third Place – Robert Orellanes (Grade 4) “Creating a Gas”
James Choy (Grade 3) “Hurricanes”
Grades 6 – 8
First Place – Christopher Ramos (Grade 8)
“Is the Five Second Rule True?”
Bryant Valiente (Grade 8) “How Long Does It Take to
Second Place – Joyce Gao (Grade 8) “Are Supertasters More Likely to be
Underweight, Average, or Overweight?”
Jesus Sanchez (Grade 7) “Can a Battery Preheat a DC Motor?”
Third Place – Kyla Ebio (Grade 4) “Does Short Memory Vary with
Fabio Colindres (Grade 6) “Are Fingerprint Patterns Inherited?
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