Our Blog – Grace Notes

  • Tree of Love

      Kerry Carson and her 1st grade students created the Tree of Love.  The tree trunk is on the metal window frame and the branches stretch across the window, allowing […]

  • Love Your Neighbor

      To celebrate Valentine’s Day in a positive way, Mrs. Lee-Despard and her students wrote Love Your Neighbor Notes on small heart shaped pieces of paper. Every 7th/8th grader wrote […]

  • Prayers of the Faithful

      Our 4th graders write the Prayers of the Faithful every Friday for school Mass.  This collaborative writing project calls on students to reflect on our school, the community and […]

  • Virtual Tour

      The Virtual Tour of St. Cecilia Catholic School will be posted on the school website on February 5th. You will see our beautiful classrooms, hallways and campus along with […]

  • Catholic Schools Week

    Along with Catholic Schools in the Archdiocese of Seattle and across the country, we celebrate our Saint Cecilia Catholic school from January 30-February 5. Jan. 30        STATE of the SCHOOL […]

  • A Blessing Becomes A Tradition

      Science Teacher Mrs. Van Eaton shared her family Epiphany tradition.  Mrs. Lee-Despard and Mrs. Taylor loved the tradition; they did some research and shared a plan for us to […]

  • Culture of Care

      Fundamental to our Saint Cecilia Catholic School is the Culture of Care developed by our teachers, staff, students and parents.  The kind, respectful culture that we collaboratively foster at […]

  • 20th Anniversary Celebration

      We are delighted to be celebrating our 20th year as a Catholic school!   The best way to celebrate this milestone is to grow our Saint Cecilia Catholic School Patrons’ […]

  • Science and Stewardship

     In early December, our science teacher Ms. Mary Van Eaton facilitated a 7th/8th grade Science and Stewardship field trip to Sakai Park. Our middle school students served the community by […]

  • The Joy of Science

      As I was standing on the front steps during dismissal, 4th grader Coen excitedly shared his rodent diagram with me. He had dissected an owl pellet very carefully and […]