This year, students in grades 3-7 competed. Each student built a container to hold a raw egg. The containers were dropped from the second floor tournament-style to see whose egg was last to break. Congratulations to Blake and Agata for their winning designs!READ MORE
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Eighth graders and Sixth graders cleaned out and beautified Mary's Garden and our school sign garden. We are so blessed to have so many talented, hard working students who take pride in our school and the environment.READ MORE
Our first graders were hard at work weeding the school vegetable garden and beautifying Mary's Lawn with daffodils. What beautiful work!READ MORE
We are so proud of all of our students that qualified for the state competition for National History Day. A special congratulations to Camilla Zelada, Madison Calaman, and Isabella Perez (not pictured) as they now move on to the National Competition in for National History Day. These ladies won for The Best Group Website, The Triumph and Tragedy of Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton. We wish them all the best as they represent our school for this competition in Washington D.C. in June. Also congratulations and many thanks to Dr. Mary O’Sullivan for all her leadership, instruction, support, and coaching of this project.
Kindergarten went on a Nature Walk to learn about their five senses. They had to find something they can see, feel, hear, smell, and NOT eat!READ MORE