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Prior to the Easter holiday, students in fourth through eighth grades participated in the Living Stations of the Cross, presented by the eighth graders. The Way of the Cross focused on and was presented from Mary's perspective.

We still have a few spaces available in next year's PK-3 and PK-4 classes. 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.

The school will be closed for the Easter Holiday from April 18th to 28th. Happy Easter to all St. Agnes families! Classes resume on Monday, April 29th.

While learning about the letter Vv, PK-3 students created a volcano. Students also learned about the continent of Africa and explored the “jungle” in search of wild animals.

During Language Arts class, students in PK-4 reviewed their vowels and practiced their handwriting. In Religion class, students role played events from Holy Week. Click here to see the video.

As part of a service project, Kindergarten students assembled "Love Bags" for the homeless. Each bag included a sandwich, water, fruit and a special message.

Second graders learned about capacity measurement and did a gallon relay race, pouring liquids and making the "gallon man."

Students in fourth grade Science class were given a bag of "matter" to classify as they saw fit (ex: weight, length, texture, color). Meanwhile in Language Arts class, students made a presentation after doing research about Greek mythology.

Fifth grade Language Arts students worked in small groups, reinforcing differentiated learning and beginning their journey of reading the last novel for the school year. In addition, students reviewed and drew pictures of idioms.

Fifth graders have been praying the Stations of the Cross daily in Religion class.

In Art class, fourth graders continued working on a replica of Pablo Picasso's "Guernica."

We still need $ 7,502 to achieve our goal for the ABCD 2019 campaign. So far, only 352 families have made their contributions this year. We urge you to please make your pledge today and help us achieve our goal! We want to also thank all those who have already committed, we could not do this without you!

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

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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