|Catholic school students help to dedicate Terra Sancta|
|Wednesday, 30 January 2013 12:42|
Rapid City Catholic Schools superintendent Barb Honeycutt says the move allows them the opportunity for growth. She says it's been a good move for the more than 300 elementary school students who are now here.
Honeycutt says, "Personally, I believe it's the education is what it's all about for the kids. The facility is beautiful. We had our challenges with the transportation piece. Everything has fallen into place really smoothly for us. Our constituents, our families, are happy. So it's been a great year."
With these pre-school to fifth grade students moving to this new school, the building they used to share is now the St. Thomas More Middle School.