Grace Notes for June 22

Summer Learning

Before the last day of school, students had the opportunity to prepare for a summer filled with learning, exploration and fun.

Bainbridge Island Children’s Librarian, Isla Soto, visited each classroom to explain the Summer Reading Program.  Students are eager to read!

3rd and 4th graders brainstormed in small groups to answer the question, “What can we do this summer?”  Reading, biking, playing soccer, crafting, practicing math facts and swimming were just a few of the activities on their list.

Eight 7th grade girls met for a pizza lunch with parents Shannon Zahumensky and Nancy Titus to discuss the Saint Cecilia Summer Book Club.  Students received the book they will read along with a schedule of gatherings throughout the summer.  Each girl will host one book club meeting. 

At our Move Up Day on June 15, students met their classmates and teacher for the coming school year.  They received their Summer Learning Packets which include math, reading and writing activities.

I am delighted to share that 116 students are enrolled for the 2023-2024 school year!

Grace Notes for September 21

Learning in Community Every year, all students write me a letter which teachers and I use as our first writing assessment of the year. Below

Grace Notes for September 14

Living Our Faith Our entire school staff kicked off the year with a mini field trip to see thenewly installed troll at Sakai Park. Pia

Grace Notes for September 7

We Serve the Community Included in our Schoolwide Learning Expectations is the following: WE SERVE THE COMMUNITY1. Identify and respond to the needs of others2.