Southtowns Catholic School celebrated Saint Patrick's Day on March 5th with a special dress down day. Who knew that we wouldn't wear green at school again today?
Encouraging Kindness...... Southtowns Catholic School's Middle School gathered in our gym recently to watch "Wonder." This movie tells the incredibly inspiring and heartwarming story of August Pullman, a boy with facial differences who enters the fifth grade, attending a mainstream elementary school for the first time. With bullying being so prevalent in schools today, we encourage Kindness throughout all our grades. #BeKind
Mr. Sam Stirk's Grade 5 Science class is studying mold. The students broke into groups and were given a strawberry, bread, a piece of an orange and a piece of an apple. The group was given a choice of lemon juice, vegetable oil, alcohol or baby shampoo. The assignment was to cover your fruit and bread with your liquid and then observe it for 2 weeks to see how the liquid affected it. (This editor thought it was very cool and gross!)
On Friday, March 6th, Southtowns Catholic School celebrated “Student of the Month”. The Students that best demonstrated “Prudence” in the month of February were chosen. Congratulations: Isla Lloyd, Frankie Torchia, Aidan Golding, Emily Steffen, Mason Burke, Easton Lobur, Cianna Fera, Landon Cooper, Morgan McCarthy, Marley Florea, Hannah Kraetz, Angelo Fera, Chad English, Adam Golding, David Girdlestone, Savanna Herdman, Justin Fera, Abigale Herman & Marisa Swinarski. We hold a special Student of the Month Mass every month that school is in session. The students that receive "Student of the Month" are invited with their families to a special reception after Mass.
Students & Teachers are encouraged to add a note to the Kindness board when they catch someone in the act of doing something kind for a student or teacher. We encourage Kindness at Southtowns Catholic School.
We encourage Kindness at Southtowns Catholic School. Kindness Kudos were passed out last week. Students wrote notes that told a special student how they were kind to them.
Thank you Assemblymen Ryan for meeting with us and for your support for the STEM program. The money that we received from the STEM program helps us fund our STREAM program here at Southtowns Catholic School.
We celebrated Dr. Seuss's Birthday on March 2 at Southtowns Catholic School. Several classes read Dr. Seuss books, had Dr. Seuss themed snacks and took some fun Seuss inspired selfies.
The Kindergarten & Preschool wing of Southtowns Catholic School created a Art Museum. The first display at their museum is "Not a Box" because the Kindergarten Readiness classes read the book "Not a Box" by Antoinette Portis. In the book, the character takes a box and makes all different things with it and it is never just a box. The students then took their boxes and made the Eiffel Tower, a House, a Castle, a Robot, a Bear, a Treehouse, a space ship, an Alien, the Polar Express, an Umbrella, an Airport, and a Truck. What a great way to use their imagination.
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