Fall Fun

Today we spotted our Pre-K4 cuties having a leaf hunt (lots of different colors and shapes!) and Mrs. Gangloff’s Kindergartners using nature to draw self-portraits. This weather is perfect for being outside for some Fall Fun! Great job Sabers!

Chess Club Fun

Our Tuesday afternoon chess club is back in action! Here are some pictures from their first meeting yesterday…

Kindergarten Candy Corn Spider Webs

During their Art Special last week, Saint James School Kindergarten students learned about Dutch painter Piet Mondrian and made Mondrian-inspired spider webs in Candy Corn colors just in time for Fall!

Congratulations SJS XC

Congratulations to the SJS Cross Country team on a great first meet yesterday against the Bolton and Vernon Middle School teams.  Our top finisher for the boys was…

1st Grade Special Visit to St. James Church

This afternoon, SJS 1st grade students received a special tour of St. James Church with Father Jaime to learn more about the Holy items they have been discussing during religion class. 

Student Government Elections Held Today

SJS middle school students running for a spot on the Student Council addressed their peers today to share ways in which, if elected, they plan to make a difference within the school community.  All…

1st Grade STEM Club Fun

For yesterday’s after-school STEM Club, SJS 1st grade students were tasked with various building challenges – both independently and as a team.  Great job Sabers!

Saint James School Foundation Golf Tournament Thank You!

A HUGE Thank You to everyone who came out to support the Saint James School Foundation’s 27th Annual Golf Event last Thursday!  We are extremely fortunate to have such a supportive community here at Saint James School – with numerous SJS parents, alumni, and alumni families all coming together for a fun day of golf, a delicious dinner, and raising money for the Foundation.

Kindergarten Intro to Coding

During their weekly STREAM special, Kindergarten students have been learning very basic coding skills, which – today – involved using our fun Code-A-pillar robots and the Code-a-pillar Application on their school-issued iPads. Great work Sabers!!

2nd Grade Architects

The lesson began with discussing the book, “The World is Not a Rectangle: A Portrait of Architect Zaha Hadid” and viewing various structures from all over the world (using the classroom ViewBoards).  Over the three weeks, students…