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We will be holding 2 sessions for altar server trainings next Tuesday 10/16 and Wednesday 10/17 from 3-4:15 in the church. Interested persons should plan to attend one of the two sessions and must have already received their first communion.

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This is the 4th year that Pk3 children and their parents choose a book to buy for Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. They child and parent), each made a card with loving and caring words, hearts and stickers inserted in each donated books. Students also painted the wrapping paper on the box.

The entire school had a Blanket Drive to collect blankets for kids in Miami Children’s hospital. It was a huge success! There was 100 % participation and approximately 400 blankets were collected.Everyone worked together to transport the blankets from the classrooms and pack them up. 4th graders did cards to send with the blankets.

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The Archdiocese of Miami (ADOM) celebrated its 60th anniversary with a “Dress Down Day” on Friday, October 5th. Students who participated made a $3.00 donation, and the proceeds will be contributed to the ADOM Scholarship Fund.

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Students in PK-3 enjoyed a special visit from Fr. Paguaga and Fr. Foltyn.

Students in Kindergarten have been learning about the five senses, and had fun making a booklet about them.

In Spanish class, first graders created objects and shared with the class what they made.

The Key Biscayne Fire Department visited students in second grade. Students learned about fire safety, and were given the opportunity to see the fire truck up close and hear the sirens!

In Math class, third graders have been working on their multiplication facts through timed drills.

Last week, fourth grade Spanish students discussed generosity and made posters to display their ideas.

Sixth graders visited their PK-3 buddies and read to them about the virtue of Generosity.

In Science class, seventh grade students worked on different experiments. Meanwhile in Language Arts, students wrote scripts to bring to life scenes from the opening of “Johnny Tremain,” the retelling of the colonial life that led to the American Revolution.

Eighth grade students, reading “The Outsiders” by S.E. Hinton, created modern social media pages for some of their favorite characters.

The Peacemaker Award is presented monthly to St. Agnes students who have distinguished themselves by excelling in the virtue designated each month. In September, we celebrated the virtue of Cooperation.

The Junior Varsity Boys Basketball and Varsity Boys Volleyball teams are having a good season, playing against different teams from Archdiocese of Miami schools.

In Art class, eighth graders made drawings in preparation for the Columbus Scholastic Olympics.

Our eighth graders participated in the Christopher Columbus High School Scholastic Olympics, competing against more than 600 students from 20 different schools. Our team did very well, and won 13 medals in 5 categories:


  • 1st place - Annia Casanova
  • 3rd place - Anya Asher


  • 1st place - Franco Garcia-Morillo


  • 1st place - Julian Alvarez
  • 2nd place - Victoria Baez
  • 2nd place - Nicolas Nadal


  • 1st place - Lucas Ruiz
  • 1st place - Ivanna Medellin
  • 2nd place - Maria Jimenez


  • 3rd place - Simon Cavalieri, Bautista Golod, Alec Ramoski, and David Rodriguez

Congratulations to the entire Class of 2019! A special thanks to all our teachers who helped prepare the students, especially Mrs. D. Rodriguez, Mrs. Montero, Mrs. Mesa, Ms. Pons, Ms. Romanach, Ms. Finkelston and Mrs. T. Rodriguez.