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November 11, 2022
This week in Religion, we continued to get ready for Reconciliation by discussing sin is intentional, not accidental. We also listened to 2 wonderful stories from the Bible which spoke to the Sacrament. We heard about the Prodigal Son, looking closely at the Father’s constant love and forgiveness. We also heard about the Shepard looking...
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Upcoming Events/Mark your Calendars: Tuesday, November 15: 8am Mass Friday, November 18: Thanksgiving Feast, kindergarten (see below) Looking Ahead: Please mark your calendars. The kindergarten Christmas Mass and song presentation is Wednesday, December 21 at 9:30. Children should dress up for the Mass and all are welcome to attend!  After the Mass, students will sing...
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Looking Back… *Letter “Ii” was our focus this week.  We learned about iguanas and made our own little green creature!  Inky the Mouse helped us to learn the “Ii” sound!  We made Inky whiskers to practice this letter and its sound. *Spiders were everywhere this week.  We learned many facts about spiders using our  informational...
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Another great week in JK! It has really been a pleasure getting to know your children!I hope they are enjoying their time with us as much as we are with them!Play is such a important part of development at the JK age! We incorporate play into our day through recess and free choice time! The...
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Greetings, Today we are celebrating Veterans’ Day at school with a dress down day.  In addition to that, classroom instruction in LA and Social Studies is aligned with this special day.  Students are completing assignments that will deepen their understanding and appreciation for the men and women who have served. With Veterans’ Day, All Saints...
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I am so excited we have already collected 24 canned/packaged items for the food pantry. This is part of our seventh grade service project.It is very timely with our food collection that we are learning about one of Jesus’s miracles–turning 5 loves and 5 fishes into a meal for 5000 men. The students read this...
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