Mr. Matt Nowakowski

Homework Policy

Throughout the course of the junior high experience, students will study the stories of the Old Testament; learn about the life of Jesus in the Gospels, and  prepare for the Sacrament of Confirmation.  In class, students routinely pray the Rosary and learn about the lives of the saints.  Students have the opportunity to attend retreats, complete service experiences, and take an active role in preparing all school masses.  The junior high religion curriculum ensures that all students are challenged academically, while at the same time, developing spiritually. 

Since most religion assignments are completed within class time, late and missing work should not really be an issue. However, if students do not submit work by the time and date it is expected, students will receive a warning and chance to submit the assignment. Should students choose not to, the assignment will be recorded as missing and grade of 0 will be earned.

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September 2021

Greetings, Happy Labor Day to everyone! In Language Arts, 7th and 8th grade students are getting close to finishing Unit 8: Subjects, Predicates, and Sentences.  Anticipate and open-book test on this unit either late next week or early the following week.  I encourage you to check with your son or daughter to make sure that...
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Welcome Back!

Hello Again Everybody, Welcome back to those of you who are returning, and welcome to those of you who are new to St. Cletus.  I hope you’ve been able to enjoy parts of what is always a very busy week. This year, I am returning to my original role at St. Cletus teaching 7th and...
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