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September 30, 2022
Another fun week in JK! It was busy.  We had a ton of fun with Apples, between  making apple sauce, playing will it sink or float, using a apple peel to spiral and core the apples, it was FUN FILLED to say the least. the children also assisted Mary Delaney in making our fall pots...
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Upcoming Events/Mark your Calendars: Tuesday, October 4: 8am Mass Tuesday, October 4: Pet Blessing, 4-5pm Wednesday, October 5: Bring in your favorite kind of apple; see science section below Thursday, October 6: Picture Day Friday, October 7: Hearing screening for kindergarten What’s Due: Volunteering: If you wish to volunteer at St. Cletus School, please make sure...
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In Religion, we began the chapter that covers Sacraments. We talked about how we praise and worship God in different ways. We begin by briefly defining each Sacrament. Then we will look more in depth at each. Of course, the heaviest concentration will be on the two Sacraments we will receive this year. Please let...
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What an exciting first full week of fall this has been!  We began to talk about fiction and nonfiction books this week.  Of course we all enjoyed the fiction leaf books better, but we were able to learn some really interesting facts about leaves!  We focused on the letter “I” and were able to learn...
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Greetings, As we finish September, the first full month of the school year, please make sure that you are checking Classroom and PowerSchool regularly for updates on grades.  I have been reaching out to those families whose son or daughter may be missing assignments and consequently need to improve their grades with urgency.  Still, it’s...
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Primary grades are being introduced to Botzees Robotics!   This bot is a screen-free coding robot that introduces the fundamentals of computer programming to young children.  Children can control the movement of the robot by placing it on a path, either a path on the maps provided or on a line drawn by the students themselves....
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