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5th & 6th Grade Researchers

The 5th/6th grade have worked for the last week on researching either an extinct or endangered animal. They researched and took notes on a specific animal, then chose  a project to complete to share what they learned. Students wrote magazine articles, short stories, created infographics, and one made a video. Students shared their final products with the class today.

Soccer Season

IMG_3539_1493157915231We’ve had an excellent soccer season this year and have been led by some of the best players we’ve had.  They’ve surpassed expectations and shined this year.  They’ve been a joy and a treat to watch whether it was Sam Dean stopping the ball kicked at an impossible angle to the goal, Gabby Durham not being intimidated playing her first year against a well-seasoned player or Michael Marks consistently going head-to-head against any of his opponents.  We’ve watched Logan McMasters show great leadership in both skill and abilities and seen the great footwork and strength shown by Alex Murray as he “streaks” across the field to help his team in a time of need.  We will miss you all next year, but know you have left a great legacy in surpassing expectations.
Today is their last game as we play Lawrenceburg’s SHS in L’burg @ 6PM.

Easter Bunny

Easter Egg HuntThe Easter Bunny was seen today at our Easter Egg Hunt!  The students had fun looking for the hidden eggs, eating their candy and, of course, finding the gold and silver eggs!  Although we have had fun with the Easter Bunny, we have been sure to teach and celebrate the TRUE MEANING of Easter – JESUS!  Each class has studied and learned about Holy Week and the 7th & 8th grades had the Passover Meal this morning.

Looking Back

5th-6th gr CSW Camping IMG_20170131_104117 IMG_20170131_104624-1 IMG_20170131_104652 IMG_20170131_104739 IMG_20170131_110639Last week, we celebrated Catholic Schools’ Week and had such fun!  Looking back at our fun-filled, busy week, our camping day had to be “funnest” day we had with the “camp fires” and s’mores.  Here is Mrs. Stepp’s class and an explanation of what they did. As part of our Catholic School’s Week festivities, 5th and 6th grades spent their Language Arts block outside around a “campfire.” We ate s’mores, told ghost stories, sang a song, and read about monster goldfish and wild boars as invasive species. As you can see, we all enjoyed our “camping trip.”