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Before we begin our “sprint” towards the end of this eventful school year, I would like to wish all families a Blessed Easter.  Hopefully, your Lenten journey was a fulfilling time and will lead to a more meaningful celebration of Christ’s resurrection.  Keep in mind that St. Cletus and many other parishes will be live...
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Good morning! I hope everyone had a good week. Here’s what is coming up in class next week. 7th Literature: We are almost done with our study of Anne Frank. We will finish the book this week, with the Socratic Seminar packet due the following Monday. Monday: iReady Tuesday: Read April-May, 1944 Wednesday: Read May-June,...
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Our parent teacher conferences last week provided opportunities for productive conversations, and I am hopeful that all seventh and eighth graders will close out the year successfully.  As we continue our prayer, fasting, and almsgiving throughout this Lenten, it has been a joy to be able to celebrate the feasts of St. Patrick and St....
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Reminder that the trimester ends this Tuesday, March 2. All late work must be turned into me by March 1 to be graded and added to this trimester grade.   7th Literature:   We began Anne Frank today so it will be our book for quite a while. The students will be completing a Socratic...
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With the commencement of the Season of Lent taking place earlier this week on Ash Wednesday, I am grateful for the opportunity that was provided to all of us at school to be able to go into the church and receive ashes on our foreheads.  Remaining spiritually connected while being socially distant takes on greater...
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Good morning!! It was a bit of a crazy week with our unexpected snow day off, but we still managed to do a lot this week. We are edging closer to end of Trimester 2 on March 2. If your student is missing any work it must be turned into me no later than March...
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7th Religion:   We wrapped up our unit on the Kingdom of God and will begin our new unit on Jesus the Healer next week.   Monday: No School Tuesday: Saint of the day: St. Gilbert of Sempringham, Luke bible study chapter 17 (due next Tuesday) Wednesday: Saint of the day: Seven Founders of Servite...
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Hello, The 7th grade Science class finished their bacteria unit out with making “wanted posters” about certain types of bacteria. On the posters they had a picture and info about how it’s spread. They have turned out really good! It was a nice chance to do research and express creativity. The 7th grade Social Studies...
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Greetings Families, January has flown by due in part to Christmas break, remote learning, and the unexpected snow day.  I hope your Christmas season was enjoyable, and I ask all of you to continue to be mindful of our safety at school by following the public health guidelines. Seventh grade is in the process of...
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8th Grade Literature:   This week we continued working on Animal Farm and discussed how the plot, characters, and themes relate to the Russian Revolution and the USSR. Here is what is coming up next week: Monday: 30 minutes iReady diagnostic, class discussion of chapter 5 – read and annotate ch. 6 for homework Tuesday:...
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