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Kindergarten By September 21, 2017 No Comments

Dear Kindergarten Families, I am happy to see lots of reading logs with 5 entries or more; students are busy reading to and with parents!  Continue this nightly routine, as it is one of the best habits to have with your child.  *Use log below. Together decide on one favorite story and do *Family Book […]


Honey Bee presentation

Kindergarten By September 21, 2017 No Comments

Kindergarten had a very informative presentation on honey bees this Tuesday. Many of our students tried two types of honey – Tupelo and Buckwheat so sweet and tasty! We also examined honey comb wax – so intricate and light. We learned these facts: average hive has 50,000 bees each flight bees visit 50 to 100 […]


2nd Grade Newsletter

2nd Grade By September 19, 2017 No Comments

Hello- Second Graders have been working hard getting into our daily routine.  They are doing a fantastic job!  Last week, we took our first spelling test and math test. Homework Fluency Reading Log Math IXL B.1:  Beginning next week students will be assigned two MATH IXL skills Spelling City : Take advantage of SpellingCity.com to […]


weekly newsletter 9/19

3rd Grade By September 18, 2017 No Comments

Dearest Third Grade Families, Student work packets will begin going home this week. In them you will find spelling quizzes, math test and other class work. Please take a moment to review its contents with your child before sending the folder back. Important Dates: This week is a little different in that WEDNESDAY is a […]


Week of September 18th

4th Grade By September 18, 2017 No Comments

  THE WEEK AHEAD: This Wednesday we will have a half-day, with a noon dismissal. Friday is a full day. HOMEWORK (due Monday): Students should complete ixL Math skills X 6 and X 7, as well as Language skill A 4. Students will be doing Fluency week 5 (please initial the sheet each time they read), […]


Hurricane Relief Donation Sent

Service Projects By September 18, 2017 No Comments

Last Wednesday, our students enjoyed a free dress day while donating $1 or more to relief programs set up to help those who suffered in the path of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. The NCEA (National Catholic Educational Association) created a campaign called “Student to Student:  A Catholic School Response to Hurricane Harvey” which has now […]


September 18, 2017

5th Grade By September 18, 2017 No Comments

Dear Families, This Wednesday is a noon dismissal.  Extended day care will be available for students who need to stay on campus after the noon dismissal. Below is an overview of our week. Religion:  We are discussing the different signs of our faith. Math:  We are continuing to learn about factor strings and prime factorization.  […]


First Grade Newsletter!

1st Grade By September 18, 2017 No Comments

Dear Parents,                          September 18, 2017 This week in First Grade we are learning…. Language Arts: In Readers Workshop we will be looking at all parts of a word when we read, use meaning to help us figure out words, double check our reading and continue to build our stamina by not giving up when we […]


Week of September 18

Kindergarten By September 17, 2017 No Comments

Dear Kindergarten families, What an exciting week we have!  Tuesday is a big day! First a special science lesson with a guest speaker on the importance of bees in our ecosystem. After recess our first art lesson with Miss Nancy! Wednesday is a noon dismissal – EDC is available at 12:00 to 6:00.   Friday […]