our Lenten Journey. One way is
almsgiving. Students were asked to
bring in loose change to donate to
Philabundance. Visit their website
to see how far a few dollars can go.
Papers were sent home regarding Universal Seventh Grade
Visitation Day for Archdiocesan high schools. Please read, fill out the
bottom portion, and send it back to school by March 25th. Click on the
link for more information. Universal Visitation
Stations of the Cross will be every Friday in Lent at 1:30 in church.
We will be reading Anne Frank: Diary of a Young Girl this trimester.
The books are in and the cost for each student is $5.00.
Terra Nova testing begins March 20th. We will practice
“test taking” skills in class, however there are many websites
available to practice at home. Check out some of these sites:
Check out this link. STEM Guide for Kids. It lists over 200 STEM related websites.
In 6th Grade, you do have to be a Rocket Scientist.
7th Grade Cell Projects
Pillows for Pets
The 7th grade enjoyed working with Kindergarten to make pillows for pets at the SPCA.
Meet Myrtle, our turtle…
What’s Happening in Science?
7th graders have learned how to use a microscope and create their own microscope slides.
8th graders modeled state changes in matter when they made their own ice cream.
The 6th grade learned about the forces that reshape Earth’s surface by modeling beach erosion.
Here’s a look at our first days of school.
Science is FUN!
7th grade science made lava lamps.
6th grade science used the scientific method. They performed an experiment to find out how many drops of water could fit on a penny.
8th grade science made “Elephant’s Toothpaste”.