Author Archives: Lindsey Schweitzer
On the Feast of St. Lucy, December 13, our eighth grade girls dressed as St. Lucy and shared the story of her life and a treat with the students in the school. St. Lucy is a Sicilian martyr who died … Continue reading
This quarter, we are working on practicing the virtue of gentleness, both at school and at home. At some point during the quarter, your child will bring home a white picture frame so that you can capture a moment of … Continue reading
Our students did a great job collecting donations for hurricane relief. Thank you all for your generosity, and thank you to our 8th grade for sorting and counting all of the money today. Together, we raised over $370! Next Wednesday, Mr. … Continue reading
This is an exciting school year with our almost total solar eclipse here last Monday, August 21. We purchased eclipse glasses for grades 1-8 so that everyone could watch the gradual covering of the sun by the moon. We planned … Continue reading
We had a beautiful day for our May Crowning service yesterday. Thank you to the Student Council members for arranging the flowers and thank you to all students who brought them!
Thank you to our 8th grade girls, who went throughout the school today telling the story of St. Lucy and passing out treats to the younger students. Great job, ladies!
On Friday, we enjoyed our annual tradition of walking over to Heritage House to sing Christmas carols for the residents there. We always receive such a warm welcome and love having a chance to spread Christmas cheer! Thank you to … Continue reading
Mrs. Delleville and Mrs. Schweitzer were honored today to join some of our alumnae at Incarnate Word Academy. They were chosen by our graduates to attend Mass at IWA and to receive the Caring Hands Award, an award Incarnate freshmen … Continue reading
Our 8th grade social studies class is learning all about Japan! In addition to studying the geography, climate, and vegetation of the Japanese archipelago, we are learning about the unique culture of this small but important island nation. This week … Continue reading