Author Archives: Lindsey Schweitzer
From coordinate plane connect-the-dots to designing stained glass windows using geometric constructions, Mrs. Schweitzer’s 7th and 8th graders are no strangers to the idea that art and math go hand-in-hand. To wrap up the school year this spring, they are … Continue reading
7th grade completed their Viking longboats as part of their study of medieval history this spring. Each student designed and built a boat, and they were awarded points based both on their craftsmanship and on the functionality of their longboat. … Continue reading
As we focus this final quarter on wonder and awe, we have been marveling at God’s beautiful creation. Our students are enjoying observing two different birds’ nests on our property, and a few of our classrooms have also been watching … Continue reading
Staying focused the last few weeks of school can be a challenge! We are keeping busy and making the most of our final days of the year. Our 5th grade have been learning about map scales and are applying that … Continue reading
We enjoyed beautiful weather today for our annual field day! Thank you so much to Mrs. O’Neill for organizing this awesome event, and thank you to our 8th grade for showing great leadership!
Our annual May Crowning service took place yesterday. Thank you to Deacon George and the student council who helped with this beautiful tradition.
We had a blast today at our second annual Holy Trinity Trivia contest! Students worked together in teams to answer questions about a wide variety of topics from video game sound tracks to candy company slogans. Thank you to our … Continue reading
Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the … Continue reading
“He must be hospitable, one who loves what is good, who is self-controlled, upright, holy and disciplined.” — Titus 1:8 As we approach Lent, our third quarter virtue is moderation. Keeping in mind that too much of anything can be harmful … Continue reading