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September 2015 Newsletter

September 2015 Newsletter Click on the link below to access important information regarding the upcoming school year, our school auction, and much more! September 2015 Newsletter

Second Graders!

A few of our second graders taking some time to learn their math facts in the technological age! Guess what? They go “old school” on many days and practice with flash cards too! Whatever it takes!

August 2015 Newsletter

August 2015 Newsletter Click on the link below to access important information regarding the upcoming school year, our school auction, and much more! August 2015 Newsletter

June 2015 Newsletter

June 2015 Newsletter Click on the link below to access important information regarding summer activities and the upcoming school year. June 2015 Newsletter

Eighth Grade Presents Pencil/Pen Hall of Fame

The Pencil/Pen Hall of Fame contains writing tools and unique responses from well-known people who use writing in their every day lives. Each year, 8th graders get a variety of responses from celebrities like Stephen King, Maria Shriver, Michael Phelps, and Beverly Clearly. This year’s responses included Michelle Obama and the office of JK Rowling. …

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Eighth Grade Goes to DC!

Our school has been blessed each year to be able to lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. What an honor for these students and our school. This trip wouldn’t be possible without the hard work of our students, their parents, and staff members that are willing to give their time to …

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Ocean of Characters

During March all of the students were asked to pick their favorite book character and bring them to life. The students were asked to do this as just one of their “March is Reading Month” activities. There will be three students chosen as winners and will be able to pick a prize from the treasure …

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New Recycling Projects Coming to St. Gerard

Recycling has always been a priority at St. Gerard Catholic School. Recycling is important to conserve the Earth’s resources. By recycling, St. Gerard can help to reduce its carbon footprint and provide a good example to our students. The Thursday junior high elective class, Environmental Issues, empties the recycling bins of each classroom into the …

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Letter From Fr. Steve Mattson

2015-05-28 Charlie Challenge Memo[3] copy

Third Grade Shares Their Favorite Books!

Congrats to all of our third graders on their wonderful reading projects. So proud of all of their hard work! The results are as follows: Ms. Schertzing’s class 1st: Adela Escojido, 2nd: Nasadia Rodriguez, Mrs. Wade’s class: 1st: Katelyn Molnar, 2nd: Lydia Beaton.