Carol (Bien) Gunnerson - 1960
Fondest Memories: It is probably making my first communion and then getting to wear our dresses again for the May processions. It is hard to pick just one.
Jean Sokolinski - 1960
Fondest Memories: Singing in the choir and the great Halloween parties
Elizabeth Limbach - 1961
Fondest Memories: First Communion and the 1st and 2nd grade teacher, Sister Janine
Jo Ann (Greenley) Chalus - 1961
Fondest Memories: The friendships that have lasted a lifetime. Having nuns teach us all 8 years in the big red school building that no longer exists. I'm glad our school has survived through the years.
Lynne (Cheshareck) Arias - 1962
Fondest Memories: I enjoyed having the nuns as teachers and visiting with them during recess. I liked being in the school choir and the plays. Math was my favorite subject
Loreen (Hildy) Vlk - 1963
Fondest Memories: Spanish in the seventh grade classroom and the new school my eighth grade year.
Sharon (Nagra) Farber - 1963
Fondest Memories: The nuns - They were all such wonderful teachers that taught us respect and the value of our religion. They really kept us in line.
William Doerfler - 1964
Fondest Memories: My first day at I.C.S. We had just moved to Illinois from Kansas two weeks before school started. I was going into sixth grade.
Mary (Feeney) Goolsby - 1964
Fondest Memories: The Holy Cross Sisters
John Kowalczyk - 1964
Fondest Memories: Great education; super teachers (Sister Francis); unbeatable classmates; plays upstairs in Kenrick Hall; SONGS Mr. Macgillicutty... Does anyone have a photo of the stage curtain with the scene of Venice?
Ted Struck - 1964
Fondest Memories: Miss McCabe
Virginia (Pack) Sandner - 1965
Fondest Memories: Happy times! Passing out birthday treats, singing Irish tunes for Monsignor McDonough for St. Patrick's Day, and cheering for the team are great memories. We didn't have gym class, but we sure had fun jumping rope, playing dodgeball, red rover, marbles, trading Beatles and baseball cards, perfecting the yo-yo, and spinning the hula hoop.
Theresa (Niewinski) Doerfler- 1966
Fondest Memories: The bazaars that were held on the third floor of Kenrick Hall and the boxes that were sent from far away places (i.e. Texas, Kentucky, etc. where people had relatives that would send stuff.)
Rich Darin - 1968
Fondest Memories: Being a member of the only Knights basketball team to finish undefeated (30-0) was outstanding, but the friends I made then remain close friends today. We still see each other often.
Roseann Tibbott - 1968
Fondest Memories: The Sisters of the Holy Cross taught us respect. We said the Pledge of Allegiance at the flag pole every day.
Other surveys submitted from the following alumni: Guy Christensen - 1964