This morning our students each wrote one thing they were thankful for and placed it in a basket at the start of today’s prayer service. During the ceremony, Father Jaime offered our “thankful thoughts” to God as a symbol of our appreciation for His love and guidance.
Thank you to our art teacher, Mrs. Rafferty, for sharing these beautiful watercolor turkeys our 5th grade students drew and painted.
This morning, third grade students were surprised (and excited!) find their classrooms transformed into “Reading Cafés” – each with a crackling fire (on the viewboard), decorated tables, and their teacher dressed as a maître d’. This special lesson was to teach the 3rd graders about different genres of books and to encourage them to broaden their reading horizons….
Thank you to the men and women of the United States Military who have served, and continue to serve, our great country and an extra special thank you to those in the SJS community who were able to join us today for…
Since today is Election Day, classes have been talking about voting and elections – even our youngest learners! Here are our Pre-K3 and Pre-K4 students voting for which book they should read at story time.
As part of their science lessons, on Thursday 1st grade students enjoyed a special presentation from local beekeeper Mrs. Beth Werner. Students learned about many of the ways bees are vital to our planet and had the opportunity…
Optional Halloween Shirt Day today for 1st-8th graders and costume party/parade for the Kindergarten and Pre-K classes.
On Friday we hosted grandparents of our K – 5th grade students for a fun morning of musical performances and classroom activities.
Yesterday our younger students met some real-life heroes as members of the Manchester Fire Department joined us to speak about fire safety. In keeping with tradition, all of our Pre-K students (and a few older students) also had the opportunity to try out
Congratulations to the SJS Cross Country team on a great performance at the McGee Invitational this past weekend!