Hi Parents, As we begin to wrap up the year next week I just want to say that it was an absolute blessing to be able to work with your kids these last three years. They are superb individuals and I know that each of them have grown so much over the time that I’ve worked with them -academically, soci
Our All School Run is the culmination of “mini-runs” each month, starting with a one minute run in September, a two minute run in October, etc. At the end of the school year, all students Preschool through Grade 5 go to the track at Saputo Stadium. The Preschool class runs once around the track. The
This year’s May Crowning included a prayer service and the rosary. One of the third grade girls who has made her first Holy Communion is elected by her classmates to crown Mary. This year, Evelyn got to crown the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Hi Parents, We had a great week filled with a lot of fun-filled learning. Quick note, we lead Mass this week. As always if you can come, we would love to see you there! In the Silver Knights we read The Journey of Oliver K. Woodman. It is a lovely story about an Uncle who misses his niece and decide
Since 1948, Modern Woodmen of America has hosted their annual speech contest for students across the nation in grades 5 through 8. Assumption BVM School is the only school in the Pulaski area to enter the Woodmen Speech Contest. Our 5th Grade students have been participating for 20+ years. This year
Everyone is looking forward to our upcoming field trip Wednesday May 23rd to the Wildlife Sanctuary.
Hi Parents, This week in knight time we read the story The Journey: The Stories of Migration. In it we learned all about the migration patterns for locusts and whales. We also watched a youtube video on locusts to give us a better idea of what hundreds to billions of them would look and sound like.
All district 4th graders attended Day at the Farm, sponsored by FFA. High School FFA students set up stations for the fourth grade students to rotate through and learn about agriculture. Stations included information about: cows, tractors, horses, pigs, rabbits, goats, cats, dogs, and plants. Day at
Hi Parents, In the Silver Knights the students are reading biographies about a famous person of their choice and taking notes about important events in their lives, accomplishments they’ve made, and interesting facts about them. They will start writing up their own biographies about their famous per
We were blessed with another beautiful day for our 3rd Annual Walk-a-Thon. God is good All the time! Thank you to Paula Valeria for getting the bracelets and flashlights to go along with our Prayer station, Jenny Rybicki and Kelly Runge for handing out flashlights at the Prayer station, Deacon Denni
1st Graders did a travelling water experiment today. They watched as colored water traveled via paper towel from one container to another. They also got to see how the colors mixed to make new colors!
1st graders are working on creating different items with pattern blocks. Some of the things we were creating were a symmetrical butterfly, flowers, watering can watering the flower, an umbrella and many more! AND…because it was D-Day in the Dark we spent the day in the dark with no lights, other t
From animals to cooking to sports, and everything in between, we had all kinds of topics for our Student Interests Fair. Fantastic job, students! Thank you to all of the parents and grandparents who were able to attend! To see the full images, click on the square in the middle of the first photo. Cl
Hi Parents, Our weeks are going really fast lately but the kiddos are still tuned in and working hard! I just want to give a big thanks to all of the parents, grandparents, and friends that came out to support your children in their interest fair. They all did a great job! In knight time we read the
Second graders did their math review (addition and subtraction with and without regrouping) outside with chalk today. Students and myself wrote problems and then we raced to each others to solve them.