Welcome to the GSC 7th Grade webpage!
Thanks to the generosity of Mrs. Eileen Reddington, her family, and friends, a scholarship fund has been created in memory of her husband, Mr. Martin J. Reddington. This scholarship will be awarded to two students in 6th or 7th grade who meet the criteria establish by Mrs. Reddington and her family and friends. The students in 6th and 7th grade have received a paper copy of the criteria. Below are the links to the information and community service form. We are truly blessed.
- November 20th is Pizza Day.
- The Christmas Bazaar will take place at GSC Nov. 20th -Nov. 22nd. We are again collecting items for raffle baskets. 7th grade is collecting baby items. All proceeds from this raffle go to GSC. Thank you for your generosity.
- No school Nov. 25th, 26th, 27th. Classes resume Nov. 30th.
Thanks to the generosity of the Home and School Association, grades 1-8 will be heading to Archbishop Wood High school to see Mary Poppins on Thursday, Dec. 3rd. Two of GSC’s alumni have starring roles. Katie Ratner (’13) will play the part of Mary Poppins and Jeffrey Pfeiffer (’13) will play the part of Mr. Banks. We are proud of our alumni!! Please fill out the permission slip and send it back to school with the oldest child in the family.
Congratulations to all those selected to the Good Shepherd Catholic School charter of the NJHS. The Induction Ceremony took place on October 23rd. We are so proud of you!!
The 7th grade inductees are:
Maria Abraham Samantha Carlson
Rudy Del Prete Mollie Naessens
Francesca Rossi Maggie Telford
Kendall White Nicholas White
Daniel Wilkinson Kevin Wilkinson
We Love Science!
The 6th grade made videos to explain Newton’s Laws of Motion. Lights, Camera, Action…
The 8th grade explored state changes in matter by making ice cream.
The 7th and 8th grade were given a block of wood, a plastic spoon, two push pins and a rubber band and told to create a catapult. Check out our engineers hard at work.
The 6th grade observed the forces of cohesion and surface tension. How many paper clips will make this cup of water overflow? How many drops of water can you fit on a penny? What was that mystery liquid that reduced the strength of these forces? Ask a 6th grader.
Do you want to get your scientific minds working…
Check out this link. STEM Guide for Kids. It lists over 200 STEM related websites.
Myrtle is back in the classroom. She has grown significantly this summer.