First Grade 2020-2021
Remote learning has not stopped us from learning so much! We are making the most of each day and love seeing our friends on Zoom everyday.
Our Fruits of The Holy Spirit Trees!
The 1st Graders wrote about what makes their heart full. They definitely make our hearts so full! We had so much fun celebrating Valentine’s Day together and writing Valentine letters to a secret Valentine Pal.
We learned about penguins and how to research a non-fiction topic. Look how cute their final product turned out!
We celebrated our last day of break together with a Christmas Pajama and movie party. Merry Christmas from our 1st Grade class to you!
Happy Advent! We enjoyed celebrating this season of love, hope, and joy together.
How to Catch Santa Writing Activity! I love their creativity.
How would you make a turkey your pet? The 1st Graders had many creative ideas.
Our Cornucopia’s of Thankfulness. We have so much to be thankful for!
We learned about life cycle of a pumpkin and sang a song about falling leaves! Fall flew by!
The 1st Graders worked together to complete this “TEAM” puzzle. Now, more than ever, we are learning and experiencing the importance of working together and relying on our 1st Grade Family.
First Grade 2019-2020
For our class Lenten Service Project the first graders made cards to send to elderly folks in nursing homes. I know these cards will bring a smile to their face!
We love reading together!
Catholic Schools Week Fun!
The 3rd graders helped us make a poster for Catholic Schools Week. We are so lucky to have such great role models!
St. Nick Night
We had so much fun learning about compost and picking out our own pumpkins and carrots at Sound Sustainable Farm!
In Science, the 1st graders made “clouds in a jar”. They were able to watch how rain falls from clouds into the air.
Congratulations to our September SLE Winner!
The 7th graders helped us make rosaries. We will use these rosaries to pray a decade of the rosary before Mass.
The 1st graders reviewed short vowel sounds and practiced making word families in centers.