100th Day of School!
This Thursday, February 9th will be our 100th day of school. If you feel so inclined, you may dress up like a 100 year-old. … [Read more...]
Adopt-A-Family Starts Today!
2022 Candlelight Processional
2022 Christmas Show Information
November 18, 2022Greetings Parents and Guardians! Can you believe that Christmas Season is almost upon us? This year has flown by as usual! The students and I are beginning to prepare for our annual Christmas Program. This year, we will be performing A Candlelight Processional! The Candlelight Processional is a collection of … [Read more...]
8th ELA HW – Week of 10/10/22
MONDAY 10/10 – 8am Daily Mass (Regular Uniform) LANGUAGE:College Fair Essay Rough Draft/Revisions + Tri-Fold Presentation Board (see Google Classroom for EXEMPLAR - Due FRI 10/21)READING: Study for St. Therese article packet TEST (TUES 10/11)AR Reading 20min TUESDAY 10/11 – 8am Daily Mass (PE Uniform) LANGUAGE:College Fair Essay Rough Draft/Revisions + … [Read more...]
8th ELA HW – Week of 9/26/22
MONDAY 9/26 LANGUAGE:Handwriting p.41-51 (Due TUES 10/4)READING: AR Reading 20min TUESDAY 9/27 LANGUAGE:Handwriting p.41-51 (Due TUES 10/4)College Fair Essay Rough Draft (Due FRI 10/7)Work on College Fair Tri-Fold Presentation Board (see Google Classroom for EXEMPLAR - Due FRI 10/21)READING: AR Reading 20min WEDNESDAY 9/28 (1:30 Early Dismissal) ELA Syllabus … [Read more...]
8th ELA Update for the Week of 9/26/22
Dear 8th Grade Parents, Thank you for joining us at our Back-to-School Night last Wednesday! You can find my 8th Grade English Language Arts syllabus at this link. This will be counted as a Homework assignment, so please review it with your child. I will post this as an assignment in ELA Google Classroom for the students to upload the signatures by Friday, … [Read more...]
Junior High ELA – College Fair Project
Dear Junior High Families, We are currently preparing for our Junior High College Fair on Wednesday, October 26 at 10:30am. This incredible annual event will be held in the Hall and will showcase high schools (6th grade), community colleges/trade schools (7th grade), and 4-year colleges and universities (8th grade). The students have already chosen their schools … [Read more...]