School News

The St. Agnes community JOYfully celebrates the weekly school Mass.

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In honor of Valentine's Day, students in PK-4 invited their dads to a donut breakfast and spent some quality time together.

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Kindergarten students enjoyed “Fly a Kite with Dad Day.” The students and their dads had a great time building the kites, flying them and spending time together.

In Spanish class, first graders have been learning about synonyms. The students worked together to create a palette with these words.

Due to the rainy weather last week, second graders had to stay indoors for Physical Education class. With the help of GoNoodle videos, the students enjoyed doing their exercises and staying active.

Third graders practiced the Definite Articles in Spanish class. Working in groups, they made posters to classify words into masculine and feminine, using “el” and “la”.

In Math class, fourth graders practiced their fraction skills during math centers. Students also enjoyed celebrating Valentine's Day together.

Fifth grade Religion students had a visit from Sr. Brooke of the Servants of the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Sr. Brooke spoke to them about having a relationship with Jesus in the Eucharist, shared her testimony, and answered students' questions.

During Civics class, seventh grade students are developing a plan to resolve a state, local, or nationwide problem. Each group is creating a presentation that will inform U.S. citizens, and the government, about the costs and benefits of implementing LED lights in all U.S. cities. Students will argue for or against implementing this policy.

Last week, St. Agnes held its annual Spelling Bee. Congratulations to all the students who participated! The Spelling Bee winners were:

  • Luisa Coscarelli (Elementary)
  • Grace Aldrich (Middle School)

In Art class, St. Agnes students have been making masterpieces in the style of Gustav Klimt.

Please read our Sustainability Newsletter here and help make St. Agnes an eco-friendly school!

Congratulations to the winners of the "I Love Going to Mass" poster and essay contest! Click here to read one of the winning essays, by seventh grader Monica Prieto.