Yesterday, our 8th graders stepped up to the volleyball challenge! They first battled the 7th graders and came out with an easy win! But battling the alumni, their parents, AND the teachers/staff was a much bigger challenge. All in all it was a day of fun for everyone as we cheered on our 8th grade students!
Catholic Schools Week is a time where we celebrate our school community! Each day we have fun activities planned for our students along with different service projects throughout the week. It's a great way to share our love for our Catholic School!
Today, our 3rd grade students and 2nd grade choir led us in a beautiful mass!
This weekend, two of our First Lego League teams competed for a chance to move on to the National competition. Our FLL program has tripled since its beginning and is a place where students learn the importance of teamwork, communication, responsibility, and hard work!
I love popping into our classrooms each day, because I'm always inspired by the engaging activities our teachers have created for their students. Whether it's hands-on activities, mini-lessons, small groups, or discussions, our students are learning and growing all day long!
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Today I popped into Pre-K to see our students building snowmen while practicing those fine motor and shape recognition skills, sorting letters and numbers, and practicing phonemic awareness with the teacher. As always, the students were engaged in fun learning activities right at the start of the day!
As I popped into classes today, I saw Middle School readers working on Summarizing and finding the Main Idea, Middle School Scientists working on equations and the Periodic Table, fourth graders finding the properties of objects, third graders learning about idioms, first graders learning how to differentiate between Main Idea and details, and second grade artists creating the most unique self portraits I've ever seen! It never ceases to amaze me how hard our teachers work to prepare engaging, hands on lessons that deepen students thinking!