By Richard Beaugh, Rosarian Academy Marketing April 21, 2021, West Palm Beach, Florida – Rosarian Academy hosted its annual Field Day for fifth- through eighth-grade students. Divided into colorful teams, students competed for bragging rights in various activities, including a dunk contest, soccer, volleyball, pickleball, track and field, and basketball. While the day was filled with friendly competition, it was also steeped in rich tradition, dedicated to bringing faculty and students together, not as individual teams, but as one school family. Throughout the years, Field Day has become a staple of the Rosarian experience, endearing itself to students long after they’ve graduated. “As a former student, and now a faculty member at Rosarian, I can fully attest to the fact that field day is still undoubtedly the greatest celebration of the year,” said Francesca Coniglio Finck, religion teacher. “Although competitive in nature, it's filled with the spirit of togetherness, community, and the values of the Gospel.” Congratulations to the Black and White team for winning this year’s competition. Rosarian Academy, founded in 1925, is celebrating its 95th year educating students in Palm Beach County. The independent, Catholic school serves students from early childhood through eighth grade and offers an academic program enriched by athletics, visual and performing arts, and community service opportunities. Located in downtown West Palm Beach, Rosarian Academy is sponsored by the Adrian Dominican Sisters. Posing during Rosarian Academy’s community-building Field Day are, from left, eighth-grade students Natasha Yedinak, Nellie Miller, Bailey Groth, Logan Ray, and Izzy Herlong, and seventh-grade student Grace Molina.