We would like to wish each and every one of our families, and all of the St. Patrick’s community, a happy, healthy and blessed Thanksgiving!
From the faculty and staff of St. Patrick Catholic Academy
Math: pp. 207, 208
Social Studies: finish worksheet (both sides); Write journal entry on looseleaf. Pretend you are a Pilgrim girl or boy. Describe your day, using details from video and magazine article. Use your draft written in classwork book.
Religion: Ch 4 test
Every morning, we gather together as a community to begin the school day in prayer and song. As I stand on the stage and look out, I feel blessed to see the faces of our children and the pure faith and love of God reflected in their eyes. And, everyday as I visit classrooms I see students engaged, learning and finding those remarkable “a-ha” moments when learning takes root.
As you know, each year St. Patrick Catholic Academy relies upon the generosity of our parents, friends, alumni, Board and teachers to support our mission by making a gift to the Annual Fund. This charitable giving directly benefits each St. Patrick student by supporting our operating budget.
As you think about charitable causes during the season of giving, I ask that you consider joining others by making St. Patrick’s and our students a charitable priority. Your generosity—in whatever amount, big or small—remains a vote of confidence in our efforts to give the very best in Catholic education to our students. If you have already made a gift to the Annual Fund, thank you again for your generosity and participation!
I’m pleased to announce that we will be hosting an Ice Cream Social for the class that has the highest participation in giving to the Annual Fund! The Ice Cream Social is a first for St. Patrick’s! So far, 7th Grade leads the pack in participation. We expect the competition to heat up and we’ll be posting updates on the lobby display. Please note that if you have children in more than one grade, your family’s gift will be counted as participation in each child’s grade total. Gifts can be made by credit card online or by check to the school office.
On behalf of our dedicated teachers and staff, and the students we serve, I thank you for your generosity and continued support.
Have a blessed and bountiful Thanksgiving.
Kathleen Curatolo, Principal
Math: pp. 201, 202 Quiz on times tables 2 to 5 tomorrow
Religion: Ch 4 test on Wednesday. Read over highlights
Dress Down tomorrow. Charity: Stephen Siller Foundation
NB: class pages in all grades were down the last couple of days last week. Homework is always written marble notebook labeled homework.
Math: pp. 186-188 Ch 3 test on Thursday
Spelling: write next 4 words 3 times each with a sentence. Spell quiz will be on Monday.
ELA: complete worksheet. Quiz on Possessive nouns on Friday.
Science: study Glossary words (4 words) for quiz on Thursday. There is one new word.
Cereal Drive all week!
Math: pp. 181, 182 Chapter 3 test Thursday
Spelling: write the first 4 words 3 times each with a sentence.
ELA: worksheet on possessives
Math: pp. 175, 176 Study 2 and 3 times tables.
ELA: Voyages text p. 39 exercise 3, complete in homework marble nb
Scholastic News: Reread “An Army Family” and complete worksheet. Write the paragraph in homework marble nb.
Website for practice and review: educationcity November folder accessed through ctnbq.org
Password were given out. (same as mathletics)
Math: pp. 169, 170
Science: glossary quiz tomorrow
Social Studies: finish worksheet on Colonial Brooklyn
Math: pp. 163, 164
Spelling: quiz on spelling words. Dictation will be included.
Science: glossary quiz for Investigation 4 on Wednesday.
Math: pp. 155, 156
Spelling: next 3 words three times each with a sentence
Social Studies: 5 or more fun facts about your state. Collect or draw pictures that will be included with a brochure for your state. Pretend you are a travel guide and “sell” your state. Brochure due Monday, 11-7-17
Class trip tomorrow: gym clothes only, we will return and eat lunch in school around 1 pm. The mothers are saving our chicken until we return.
Chaperones: We will leave school at 9:30 a.m. (remember: must be virtus trained) and return at 1:00 pm.