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School Mass

The St. Agnes community joyfully celebrates the weekly school Mass.

Applications for 2018-19 School Year

Applications for the 2018-19 school year are available for NEW APPLICANTS click here, for second-round admissions. Tours of the school are available by appointment. If you would like to sign up for a tour, please call us at 305-361-3245 ext. 203.

ABCD Drive

The ABCD (Archbishop’s Charity and Development Drive) is approaching. This yearly drive allows the Archdiocese to provide a variety of programs and services to our church and community members. The funds raised through the ABCD go directly to support the formation of seminarians, clergy, religious and laity. In addition, various spiritual ministries are sustained through the generosity of those who support the ABCD, such as food pantries, elderly care, scholarships for students attending Catholic institutions, Catholic Charities, etc.

As members of the Archdiocese of Miami, it is our responsibility and duty to support these efforts in any way we can - no amount is too small. When we come together and contribute as a whole, we can make a significant impact on the lives of many. We encourage each family to make a pledge, by returning the ABCD pledge envelope with their child, or by visiting the Church website click here . Thank you for your generosity!

PK-3 Almsgiving Project

The PK-3 students launched their annual almsgiving project during Lent, Kids Care 2 Share, donating new books to Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.

PK-4 Dads and Donuts

Students in PK-4 invited their dads to a donut breakfast. The dads were given ties made especially for them by their children.

Kindergarten Reading

Last week, Kindergarteners read the story “Mrs. Wishy-Washy’s Farm.” The students had to read the short story on their own, and arrange the characters based on what the story said.

1st Grade Language Arts

In Language Arts class, first graders are learning how to use a dictionary to find the definition of words.

4th Grade Social Studies

Fourth graders enjoyed a special Social Studies lesson from Mr. B. He dressed up as John W. B. Thompson and told the story of the attack that took place over 200 years ago in our own backyard at the Cape Florida lighthouse, also known as the “Little Alamo.”

Middle School Spanish Project

Middle School students have been practicing their Mass responses in Spanish all year long, and in order to find a new way to practice, they created games to share with the younger students. They were responsible for planning, creating, explaining and monitoring game play.

The younger students were very excited and engaged, and everyone had a great time!

7th Grade Civics

During Civics class, seventh grade students worked on a project in which they had to imagine they were reporters, and assess the use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) in street lights. In part one of the assessment, students collaborated via Google Drive to answer questions to inform the public of the costs and benefits of implementing the policy.

8th Grade Acceptances

At this point in the high school acceptance season, our eighth graders have had tremendous success!

Although a few schools still have not sent out acceptances, we have already received confirmation of acceptance from the following high schools:

  • Belen Jesuit Preparatory – 5 students accepted
  • Christopher Columbus – 1 student accepted
  • Immaculata-La Salle – 33 students accepted
  • Our Lady of Lourdes Academy – 1 student accepted (as possible Bernadette Scholar)
  • St. Brendan – 1 student accepted

We are very proud of our eighth graders, and look forward to future acceptance news!

Spanish Immersion

In Spanish class, Kindergarten students have been reading stories, and drawing pictures to retell the story. Meanwhile, in a Science lesson, the students planted seeds and learned the plant parts in Spanish.

Art Projects

In Art class, first graders worked on 3D sea life sculptures, while eighth graders worked on paintings in the style of Romero Britto.

Boys Primary Basketball

The Boys Primary Basketball team is having a good season, playing games against other Archdiocese of Miami schools.

Toner and Printer Cartridge Recycling

St. Agnes is partnering with FundingFactory, the leading fundraising-through-recycling company in the continental United States. FundingFactory is simple: there's nothing to sell, no paperwork to fill out, and no deadline. The program runs year-round, accumulating constant income for our efforts, but we won’t get very far without your support. Here’s how you can help: Drop off empty name-brand toner and inkjet printer cartridges to our Main Office and we’ll take it from there! Recycle with us for a clean earth, for a brighter future!

Lunch Menu of the Week

Monday February 19th

NO SCHOOL

Tuesday February 20th

NO SCHOOL

Wednesday February 21st

Main: *Pasta Shell w/Carbonara Sauce *Pasta w/Chicken Alfredo Sauce *Chicken nuggets tempura *Sandwich Option: *Grill Cheese sandwich.

Side: *Sauteed Garlic Spinach *Potatoes Au-Gratin.

Thursday February 22nd

Main: *Hard or Soft Tacos *Chicken burritos.

**Sandwich Option: *Grill Cheese sandwich.

Side: Mixed Salad *Brown rice *Red Beans.

Friday February 23rd

*Cheese Pizza *Margherita Pizza *Veggies Pizza *Fish Fingers *Tuna Wrap *Tuna Salad *Grill Cheese