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Thank you to 8th grade students Michael and Porter for hosting today’s school-wide Rosary (over the intercom). And, we love these cute writings/drawings of Mary from a few of Mrs. Gangloff’s Kindergarten students.
Congratulations to all our Kindergarten through 6th grade students for an awesome job of reading during the contest period! Thank you to all the teachers and parents for their support in encouraging the students to participate.
The contest winners are:
Kindergarten (411 books read)
3rd Grade (238 books read)
4th Grade (262 books read)
In all, our Kindergarten through 6th grade students logged 1,653 books during the contest period!
Great job Sabers! And a special thanks to Mrs. Tierney for inspiring our students to keep reading!
During their recent art classes, Saint James School 5th graders learned about American artist, Dale Chihuly, famous for his blown glass sculptures. Students then made their own Chihuly-inspired works of art using paint sticks and paper towel rolls…
Our littlest Sabers (Pre-K3) are getting ready for Easter with crafts and an outdoor Easter Egg hunt (click to view picture).
For their STREAM class, Kindergarten students were tasked with building an Easter Egg transport device that would safely transport an egg down a ramp with a limited number of Legos. Once students successfully accomplished that goal…
On Saturday the Saint James Middle School Robotics team participated (virtually) in the Archdiocese of Hartford’s VEX Robotics IQ Challenge, which consisted of teams from 10 area schools. Out of the three challenges, SJS took home two 1st place prizes and one runner up!
Kindergarten “self portraits” using up-cycled book pages. As part of this Lenten art lesson with Mrs. Rafferty, classes also discussed how recycled materials might be used by children whose families do not have extra money for art supplies (or art supplies are not as easy to acquire). Great work Sabers!
Pictures from St. Patrick’s Day at Saint James School.