Irish Time today with Irish Families... they worked on creating paper chains with 40 links. Each link is to be an example of an act of kindness/service/sacrifice that they can do during Lent. The chains will be displayed in the cafeteria as a visual reminder during the Lenten Season ✝️
A few highlight photos from Christmas Around the World, presented by the 6th Grade class. A joint project between religion & middle school classes. The students were paired up and assigned a country. Their assignment was to learn about the country, specifically what they did for Christmas time - traditions, ... Read More
La Posada. This celebration has been a tradition in Mexico for more than 400 years.
In this tradition two people dress up as Mary and Joseph and they head the procession to find an “inn” (thus the name “Posada”).
At school our 8th Graders are the leaders of La Posada, they dress up as ... Read More
October was the month of the Rosary, for our middle school students this means Rosary lessons. Mrs. Schwartz teaches them how to make knotted army rosaries. Most of the students love doing this project and many truly go into meditation mode while working on the rosary.
Several students continued to make ... Read More
Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, in other Hispanic countries, and by people of Mexican heritage elsewhere. The holiday involves family and friends gathering to pray for and remember family members and friends who have died, it is a way to celebrate ... Read More
Every Thursday afternoon we have Irish Time at the end of the day. During this time we work on anti-bullying & building positive relationships.
A peek into KB's activity last week.... KB read the book, "How Full is Your Bucket for Kids" and how it related to Fr. Clem's Homily about ... Read More