See You at the Pole™, the global day of student prayer, began in 1990 as a grass roots movement with ten students praying at their school. It is now an international event, with millions of people par
Working in our Origo Math Journals, with numbers 1-5. Tomorrow during math stations, we will play games and hands-on activities involving numbers 1-5!
We have a map of the United States on our playground which students created over 10 years ago. Over time, the colors become faded and need a “facelift”. It’s that time again, so Art teacher Mrs. Penni
5th Grade students began creating their classroom cross. The students will use the cross for multiple reasons some of which include: prayer, inspiration, a reminder, as a symbol of faith. This project
First grade joined Kindergarten for Math class. The Kindergartners worked with recognizing and counting smaller numbers in a game. While the First graders added and subtracted using bigger numbers whi
On the first day of school, Mrs. Wilinski led a Kick Off assembly and Prayer Service. She asked each of the teachers to take a bowl of holy water and bless their students as a symbol that we Learn, Lo
The kindergartners practiced how to formally write the letters of their names. Here are the kids using sand, stamps, and bumpy writing to make the letters. The more nerves we can stimulate in our brai
Kindergarten students making letters in Playdough on the first day of school!