Wishing all a blessed Holy Week.
This month’s Faith in Action service project featured our First grade class. Students put together Easter baskets filled with Easter goodies and wrote Easter cards for Cares NW.
Our Third grade students led mass today for 3-5 grade. During mass, Msgr. O’Connor explained to the students the significance of St. Patrick’s Day and as Catholics how we celebrate him.
8th grade has been learning about the U.S. Constitution, specifically the judicial branch. Students got to participate in a mock trial involving copyright laws.
First graders hosted their first prayer service at St. Mary’s Cathedral.
The Fourth grade class began their Oregon Trail unit last week. Students were given classic pioneer names and were sorted into Oregon Trail wagon teams.
Second and Fourth grade students studied the sculptures of artist Alberto Giacometti, then used wire to create body forms of their own. They finished them with foil and acrylic paint.
“In an Era where there seems to be less in our control, the decision to send our children to Cathedral School is one of the greatest decisions we have made as parents.”
During Religion, Kindergarten students made crowns and learned how to be kings and queens of peace.
In music, Fourth grade students learned about the 12 bar blues progression using tuned percussion tubes or boomwhackers.