School News

Did you know that our National Junior Honor Society students offer a Homework Hotspot for students in third through eighth grades on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m. in Room 205?

In the school's May Crowning ceremony, students presented flowers to the Virgin Mary. Second graders processed into the Church wearing their First Holy Communion clothes and had the honor of crowning the Virgin Mary statue.

We still have a few spaces available in next year's PK-4 class. In order to enroll your child, please click here to submit your online application. Spaces will be filled on a first come, first served basis.

On the last stop of their world tour, PK-3 students explored the continent of Africa. Students also crowned the Virgin Mary in a very special ceremony.

Students in PK-4 held a Mother's Day breakfast and said a special prayer for their mothers. Click here to see the video. Learning about the letter Mm, students also had fun wrapping their Mommies like Mummies.

During Math class, Kindergarten students have been practicing their subtraction skills.

In Art class, first graders have been building their portfolios. For one of their projects, they made drawings of the Virgin Mary's crowning.

Students in sixth grade spent time reading to their PK-4 buddies.

Seventh graders prepared for their adventure through “The Hobbit.” Each student packed a knapsack with five items necessary to survive an unpredictable and enchanted adventure. Clever items brought in by the students were potions that fended off evil and headphones that allowed for eavesdropping!

All students in Middle School participated on the same day in a Math activity called “Escape the Room.” They had to solve a series of Math problems to crack a code. Students worked in teams and enjoyed the activity of solving Math problems together which helped them to review for Final Exams.

The St. Agnes annual Athletic Assembly was held last week, recognizing student athletes from second through eighth grades. Awards were given to each individual athlete, as well most valuable players, most improved players and others.

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The Consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary will take place on May 31st at 7:30 p.m.

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