March 2016 Newsletter

MARCH 2016                                                                                           NEWSLETTER ****************************************************************************** A BIG CHANGE HAS OCCURRED:  Isis has had to resign her teaching position with us.  Her husband has been offered a job which he cannot refuse and which necessitates Isis staying… Read More


JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2016                                                                            NEWSLETTER ****************************************************************************** THE BLIZZARD OF 2016 WAS A WHOPPER!! One of the top five storms to hit the east coast!  Thankfully, no one I have spoken to lost power.  We just had to… Read More

January 2015 Newsletter

FROM CASTLES TO CATHEDRALS: The Middle Ages have come alive in the classroom as we have tried to cover some of the distinctive features of this 1,000 year period, spanning the Ancient and Modern Worlds,… Read More

February/March 2014 Newsletter

EARTH, AIR, WATER, AND FIRE are the classical elements which were considered to have made up everything in the world.  This theory was suggested by the ancient Greeks around 450 B.C.  The idea that these… Read More

January 2014 Newsletter

HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT are being presented to the children.  We began with the archetypal image of “mother and child” with prints of paintings of Mary and Jesus as well as other examples of the… Read More

November/December 2013 Newsleter

OUR CHRISTMAS PROGRAM AND PARTY will be held in the Parish Hall on Thursday, December 19th, at 11:00 a.m.  Our program is for both sessions and there will be no school on that day either… Read More

October 2013 Newsletter

THE SEASONAL CHANGES are, once again, focusing our attention on trees and leaves and their relationship in our lives.  We have been discussing the parts of trees, photosynthesis, why leaves change color, what trees provide… Read More

September 2013 Newsletter

WELCOME TO OUR 2013-2014 school year!  Our population consists of 12 returning children and eight new children.  Seven of our returning children are “lunch bunchers” for all or part of the school week.  As always,… Read More

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