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Click here for information about this year’s Clay Shoot!


SMS second grade students received their First Reconciliation on April 17, 2018. They then celebrated having clean and shiny souls with a treat of angel food cake.


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5th Grade created weather instruments.


 


The following students were awarded the Virtue Award for March’s virtue of Empathy. (Pre-K-Kinder): Savannah Smith, (1st-2nd grade): Moisann Lee, (3rd-5th grade): Sean McCarthy, (6th-8th grade): Joe Gionfriddo

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Virtue Award for March’s virtue of Empathy: Savannah Smith, Moisann Lee, Sean McCarthy, Joe Gionfriddo


Click here to see the @nd Grade Book Report Videos!


 

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The SMS first graders battled the wind today to build shield volcanos and watch them erupt.  Baking soda and vinegar create a reaction similar to lava flowing out of a volcano.  The squeals and screams could be heard from miles around.

 

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The handbell choir, 1st-3rd grade orchestra, and guitar class played at Denison Manor Nursing Home on Wednesday, March 28th. This was our 3rd year to come play while the sweet residents of Denison Manor celebrate quarterly birthdays. Many of the residents are member of our parish. It was a wonderful afternoon for all.

 


To celebrate Easter, the first graders built a home for the Peep bunny.

 

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The first graders created the layers of the earth with clay.

 


The following students received the virtue Award for February’s virtue of reverence. Pre-K- Kinder: Michelle Mandala, 1st-2nd Grade: Megan Sandoval, 3rd-5th Grade: Angel Mathew, 6th-8th Grade: Anthony Gionfriddo.

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February’s virtue of reverence: Pre-K- Kinder: Michelle Mandala, 1st-2nd Grade: Megan Sandoval, 3rd-5th Grade: Angel Mathew, 6th-8th Grade: Anthony Gionfriddo.


How Sweet It Is to go to a Catholic School!

Everyone gets new things once in awhile and you give an excited hurray! New things are nice, but Saint Mary’s School is even better. It’s a trustworthy generational school I would recommend going to.

Getting an education at St. Mary’s is like eating your favorite sweet everyday and you never get tired of it. Here are some prospering qualities St. Mary’s has: First, we have limitless friendship. There’s never an extreme quarrel and everyone is respectful towards their classmates. Second, the teachers are high quality. They are extremely caring and passionate towards all. Most of all, I adore my schools religious beliefs. I can talk about Jesus and worship him during Wednesday Mass. I have been going to this amazing school for seven years since I was four and I realize I am really lucky to be a part of this wonderful institution, even a million candies and cakes wouldn’t total how sweet Saint Mary’s is!

~ Maria Brown, 5th Grader at St. Mary’s School


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