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The third graders served at last week's school Mass, acting as the choir, serving as lectors and presenting the offertory gifts.

PK-3 students enjoyed their Valentine's Day celebration. Students have also been learning about our solar system and experiencing how our planets orbit around the sun.

While learning about the Letter Dd, students in PK-4 worked on a bible story puzzle about Daniel and the Lion's Den. Students also read the book “The Dot” and created their own masterpieces.

Students in Kindergarten had to find, read and pop sight words on bubble wrap, then write the words down on paper.

In Science class, fifth graders learned about the interior and exterior parts of a flower. The students even worked on labeling real flowers.

Fifth grade Language Arts students reviewed various reading skills by observing pictures, taking notes on what they observed, and then answering various prompts based on the different skills.

In Religion class, sixth grade students learned about the Nicene Creed.

Sixth graders worked on a Valentine's Day service project, to help ICU baby build care bears for siblings of babies in the NICUs of local hospitals. The students stuffed the bears, made tutus and bracelets for girl bears, as well as capes and masks for boy bears. They also wrote personal notes to the siblings. ICU baby supports families with babies in the NICU and will be delivering the bears at sibling dinners in March.

In Spanish class, eighth grade students worked on a project dealing with verbs.

Join us for the St. Agnes Drama Cubs presentation of "Aladdin" on Friday, March 13th at 7:00 p.m. in the school Auditorium. Click here to see the flyer