The fifth graders use IPads to find 2 facts about each of the Important figures in the Revolutionary War.
What a great couple of weeks we have had here at St. Linus. Stations of the Cross, a Wolves Game, a Science Fair, the Constitution test,Confirmation, a Valentine’s Dance and Valentine’s parties. Not to mention […]
Room 15 has worked hard all school year on improving their alphabetizing skills. Every Monday the students are provided with a randomized order of their spelling words and asked to put them in alphabetical order. […]
This week Room 15 began a unit study on what adjectives are and how they make sentences and reading more interesting. In this assignment, the students were given a sentence and asked to label what […]
Some of the NJHS attendees posing with Skates, the Wolves’ mascot!
Last week Mrs. Dougherty’s class finished their letter Ff unit and made Friendship Fruit Salad. The children learned that every person is unique and has special talents and gifts from God and that if we […]
In Social Studies students listened to stories about Chinese celebrations, ate fortune cookies on their Chinese placemat, made a fortune cookie to share with their family,along with making a Chinese banner. Natalie Cesarz proudly holds […]
After reading “Green Eggs and Ham” the 3 Yr old preschool class decided to make our own, using pudding and vanilla wafers. Yum!!!
Our 1st Graders are loving chapter books! A fan favorite is the Magic Tree House series.
Our 4th graders love a little competition! Here, they are competing to see who can read the most books and pass the most comprehension quizzes in the Accelerated Reader program.