Did you know that St. Agnes teachers collaborate regularly in order to improve teaching effectiveness and increase student achievement?
The fourth graders served at last week's school Mass, acting as the choir, doing the readings, and assisting as altar servers.
Students in PK-3 enjoyed working with their new classroom iPads. Due to all the rain last week, students also enjoyed an indoor Physical Education class.
PK-4 students visited the Religion classroom to learn about October, the month of the Most Holy Rosary, and did an activity about Our Lady and the Rosary. Students also had a special visit from Sr. Sarah Rose, who taught them about Mother Mary.
During Language Arts class, first graders have been reviewing beginning sounds while playing dominos.
Second grade Social Studies students made compass roses, while learning about the cardinal directions.
In Religion class, fifth graders presented their projects on a Mystery of the Rosary. They explained their mystery and how they will live it out in their own lives. The fifth graders also enjoyed a special visit from Fr. Foltyn, who shared his experience at the Youth Festival in Medjugorje this past summer.
Sixth grade Religion students presented their “History of my Family's Faith” Project, making memory of all the sacraments and most important faith events in their family.
The National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) members recently served lunch to seniors at the Key Biscayne Community Center.
In Spanish class, second graders practiced spelling words for an upcoming test, writing with dry erase markers on their desks. Meanwhile, fifth graders also used dry erase markers to practice "Acentuación."
For Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, the school held a blanket drive to collect blankets for the children at Nicklaus Children's Hospital.
The Friends Club meetings will be held in the Albertson Hall from 7:00 - 8:00 p.m., on the following dates:
- Oct. 24th,
- Nov. 14th,
- Dec. 12th.
Please register your sixth, seventh or eighth grader on the St. Agnes website at: www.stakb.org/YMMS.