Students in PK-4 are learning all about nocturnal animals. On "Experiment Day" Friday, students learned to make bubbles a new way.
During Math class, Kindergarten students sorted stickers according to size, color, shape, and count.
Fifth graders participated in a DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) lesson instructed by Officer Diaz. Students learned about the effects of drunk driving, and even wore "drunk buster goggles" for a simulation of what it feels like to be impaired and asked to walk a straight line. Through the DARE program, students increase their self-esteem and learn about the dangers of drug use.
Last week, sixth graders had their final project presentations for the novel "The Bad Beginning." Some students chose to make podcasts and videos, while others chose cereal box models.
Students in sixth grade enjoyed a piano lesson during Music class.
Seventh grade students celebrated last week's Mass in honor of the Blessed Family. Although our families may not be perfect, we can always look to the Holy Family for inspiration.
Eighth grade Language Arts students disagreed on a book character's stance, so they took notes on the issue and debated it during class.
On October 3rd, St. Agnes students and their families participated in Life Chain 2021, a national pro-life demonstration.
We still have a few spaces available in next year's PK-3 class. With the opening of our NEW PRESCHOOL BUILDING in late Fall 2021, your child will enjoy upgraded, state-of-the-art amenities!
Applications are available on the Admissions page of our website. PK-3 spaces will be filled on a first come, first served basis.
We also continue accepting applications for all grade levels, for second-round admissions. To learn more about our school, please contact us or visit the Virtual Tour.