St Patricks School
Huntington St


#41 Jan 10, 2010
I was demolished w/church. Remember the convent was in the back.
Peg K

New York, NY

#42 Jan 27, 2010
Alumni2,who are you,we must have been in the same class.I remember more good than bad times.
Late 1950s

Oneida, NY

#43 Jan 27, 2010
Anyone remember when we used to have the parish festivals? I remember playing that color board game w/friends. The guy spun the wheel & called out a color & hopefully, your marker was on that color.They had the swings ride, too.

We were the only Catholic School that didn't wear uniforms. We paid 'book rental' tho.We used to have to cover them. We used old brown grocery bags.

Since: Dec 09


#44 Jan 28, 2010
I went there in th 60's, and I remember wearing green uniforms.

Olmstedville, NY

#45 Jan 28, 2010
There were no uniforms at St. Patrick's School. There was no tuition also until just before they consolidated with St. Joseph's. The kids at St. Joe's had to wear uniforms - St. Pat's did not.

Chittenango, NY

#46 Jan 28, 2010
Graduated from St. Pat's in 1960. Played basketball with Pete LaClair as the coach. I recall that Father Esposito was a decent basketball player as well, always at practices. Enjoyed the Boy's Club a couple blocks away, after classes. I have fond memories. Some of the teachers I remeber: Sister Clara, principal and 8th grade., Miss Wurz, 4th grade, Sister Dominica 5th grade ?, Sister Anthony 3rd grade.

New York, NY

#47 Jan 28, 2010
Alumni3 we must have gone to st Pats at the same time can you Identify yourself

Chittenango, NY

#48 Jan 28, 2010
John S. to Dick. Please identify yourself.

New York, NY

#50 Jan 31, 2010
John This is Rich D from the columbia square

Chittenango, NY

#51 Jan 31, 2010
I believe your family operated a grocery store. Now you are into bagels!!! Met you this past wk.
Enjoy the responses from good old St. Pats.
John S.

Jamesville, NY

#52 Jan 31, 2010
I graduated from St Joe's St. Pat's in 1980. There were only 14 or 15 kids in my class. I remember

Father Christopher
Donkey Basketball in the gym (how the hell did they get those donkey's up there)
Mothers Club (My mom was on of them)
Miss Loren
Sr Irene
Sr Miram Arthur
Sr. Francis Marie
Miss Pfeiffer

Sorrento, FL

#53 Mar 22, 2010
Graduated St. Pat's 1949. Remember the WWII air raid drills; played marching music as we left school for the day; having to peel potatoes for the nuns when disciplined;bringing canned goods for the nuns to eat;serving mass was an honor; Mrs Kirkland;Mike rode his horse to school; warm milk delivered outside the classroom door.St. James Theresa set me straight . Most nuns really cared-others practiced corporal punishment with gusto!
Oneida County Hist. Soc estimates $7,000 to erect a historical sign on St. Pat's vacant lot. Any interest in chipping in?
Sr Elizabeth Theresa


#54 Mar 22, 2010
I remember the milk deliveries. Sister or someone she picked would take the BORDEN milk cartons over to the window sill to keep cold. Didn't work too well come spring/summer.

Remember when the 'gold dome bank' had school banking? Teacher would collect our bank $$$.

Sorrento, FL

#55 Mar 23, 2010
yes, remember the gold dome bank. Also, recall "savings stamps". if you collected enough of them you could cash them in for a "war bond".how about collecting baseball cards, Wings airplane cards, etc. Marbles in the muddy spring...and the opportunity to sound the siren on the fire engine once a year!!
we had those long poles to open the windows at the top.

Ashburn, VA

#56 Apr 8, 2011
all of you past students of st pats need to ride by
that empty lot on columbia st. The "GAIF" GREAT
AMERICAN IRISH FESTIVAL is going to build an Irish cultural center there. ground breaking will begin
Just Dorothy


#57 Apr 8, 2011
I know Dickie Bova said he went to St Patricks.


#58 Apr 8, 2011
Dick wrote:
The crossing guard was Mrs. Hill and my favorite teacher was St. Anthony Daniels. I see Mrs. Hill once in a great while and she remembers me. I went there k-8 and graduated in 1963 just before they closed the school. What was the name of the youg priest at that time. All the girls went crazy over him. Italian name. There should be a class reunion some day. It would be nice to have one
Fr Esposito. He used to come to the classrooms & we'd always hope he'd keep telling us his stories so we wouldn't have to go back to school work.
Hated Her


#59 Apr 8, 2011
Student wrote:
stop this nonsense how great the school was.the nuns were vicious and mean.I know because I went there.
There was one nun who was very mean. She was tall w/glasses. I remember 2/3 grades were mixed into 1 room. She taught both. She terrified me.

Concord, NC

#60 Sep 25, 2013
[So did I , who are you?
Late 1950s

Utica, NY

#61 Sep 25, 2013
I remember: Sandy Kluska, Sandy Thrasher, Ron Sokolowski, Jeffrey Ward, Pat Washburn, Carol Sabonis,Caroline Kaminski, Dawn Hamlin, Charles Coakley, Louis Whitehurst, Gary Piper, Tom Mozzetti, Robert Ramsey, Suzanne Jablonski, Jeff Jones

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