Tag: Catholic Schools Week

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.”

Catholic Schools Week-Friday

20160205_131301On our last day of Catholic Schools Week, we closed it with watching Inside Out while wearing our pajamas.  We also had a visit with Clifford the Big Red Dog who visited our students while at the book fair.  It’s been a fun week and we look forward to next year’s Catholic Schools Week!

Catholic Schools Week-Thursday

CSW-Thurs CollageThursday was so much fun!  We dressed in our favorite decade and we held our School Mass (if you missed it, you missed a wonderful mass led by the students), Spelling Bee for each classroom, practice for the school dance and the actual dance.  It’s always fun to watch the students with the latest dance moves.  As you can imagine, there were lots of videos and pictures taken by parents.  Could this be blackmail for when the students are older???

Catholic Schools Week-Tuesday

CSW-Tues 2Even though bad weather was on it’s way, our elderly made it to school.  That’s right, our students dressed as 100 yr olds while celebrating our 100th day of school, in addition, to having our Parent-Grandparents Luncheon.  It was so fun and the students looked so tired and were so slow, unless you weren’t looking.

Catholic Schools Week-All Schools Mass-Wednesday

IMG_9245As part of Catholic Schools Week, the 7th & 8th graders visited the Cathedral of the Incarnation in Nashville. While there, they joined with students from all of the other schools in the diocese to celebrate a special “All Schools Mass”. The Mass was led by Bishop Choby, pictured here with our students.

Catholic Schools Week-Monday

CSW-mondayToday, each classroom visited the others’ and played classroom appropriate games. The students put puzzles together, listened to a story read to them, and played musical chairs, 1 minute games, toss games, and much more!