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In first grade the students listened to the story “David Goes to School” by David Shannon. After discussing what rules will keep everyone happy and safe in first grade, the students made their own “David” to help remind each other … Continue reading
The First Graders got acquainted with their prayer partners this week. The 1st and 7th graders interviewed each other discovering their favorite colors, birthdays, and favorite activities.
This year Mrs. Mathews has started a Summer Reading Program for Title 1 Students. The Reading Camp is held at school for 3 weeks in June. Each week there are different games designed around a theme that reinforce reading skills. Each … Continue reading
It is a tradition in Mrs. Mathews’ first grade class to have a Wax Museum at the end of the year. The first graders learn about nonfiction, specifically biographies. Each student chooses someone he/she would like to learn more about, … 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
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.
The first graders joined their 7th grade prayer partners to create stained glass windows. As we practice the virtue of wonder and awe we take a closer look at beautiful creations. Every small piece is needed to create something so … Continue reading
After learning that everyone has an invisible bucket the first graders made it their goal to fill our classroom bucket by Easter. The students could add a drop of water to the bucket every time they made good choices and … Continue reading