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January 31, 2020
6th Grade:  This past week, sixth grade did a beautiful job wrapping up their mock trial project. In both periods one and two, the jury ruled in favor of the defense, finding Mr. Wolf innocent of the murder of the two little pigs. This upcoming week we will wrap up our unit 8 vocab. (I...
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In Religion, we began our study of the Mass by looking at the parts of the beginning, right up to the Liturgy of the Word. That will be the next part we look at closely. In Language, we are wrapping up looking at nouns closely, after classifying sentences. We will continue to do that throughout...
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https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mental-wealth/201508/screentime-is-making-kids-moody-crazy-and-lazy The effect of screen time is interesting! Food for thought, to limit this time while your child is young. Creativity is found in time playing with things like a ball and making up games to play. We do this often in JK so our students can problem solve, and learn coping strategies as well..the...
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It was an exciting week in Kindergarten with all of the fun Catholic Schools week activities!  The children enjoyed talking about their favorite book characters, had special time reading with their 8th grade buddies, and talked about all of the reasons they love going to a Catholic School. We got to go cheer for our...
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We had a very blessed week in first grade! We started our week with Open House on Sunday and everyday there was something to celebrate about Saint Cletus. We celebrated teacher appreciation day, student appreciation day and Red and White Games! Thank you all for making this week so special. In Language Arts we will...
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                       Red and White Game 2020   Religion:   Room 111 & 112 will host the school Mass on February 11, the feast day honoring Mary as Our Lady of Lourdes. Please mark it on your calendar so you come and pray with us if your...
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