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On the feast of St. John Paul II, the St. Agnes community prayed a Living Rosary together. The third graders led the whole school in the Luminous Mysteries, and we ended with a final blessing of the Blessed Sacrament. Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us!

As they learned about Hispanic Heritage Month, students in PK-3 also learned about their own heritages and the continents they are from. Students made craft dolls representing their cultural backgrounds.

While learning about community helpers, PK-4 students came to school dressed up as their favorite helpers, including doctors, soldiers, police officers, teachers, chefs and more. Students also worked on a project painting and decorating different boxes to make their own community.

On the feast day of St. John Paul II, the Kindergarten class made a pilgrimage to visit his statue on campus. The students also participated in the Living Rosary with the rest of the school.

The fourth graders attended last week's Spanish school Mass, while the rest of the school participated virtually.

Fifth grade Religion students learned about the life of St. John Paul II and drew his coat of arms.

In Art class, third graders have been working on cut outs in the style of Henri Matisse. Meanwhile Kindergarten students have been drawing and coloring feelings.