We get to play an Irish drum and learn to dance.
Can You Catch a Leprechaun?
PK 4 will try!
For Dr. Seuss' birthday we read I Wish That I Had Duck Feet. We completed a journal page telling what we wish we had and why.
We are working in the classroom.
On Ash Wednesday Fr. Hurlbert gave us ashes.
Happy Chinese New Year!
After learning about China and the Lunar New Year, the children tried eating rice with chopsticks.
Each child received a lai see (lucky money envelope).
Gong Hei Fat Choy - Cantonese Gong Xi Fa Cai - Mand
Wishing you great happiness and prosperity.
Morning class loves being Dalmatian puppies!
Our Morning class. and with our teachers -- look. it's Cruella DeVille!
Our Teachers and Aides and a pictures of all the PK-4 friends!
Puppy Chow! (It's really cereals: Kix, Cheerios, and CocoPuffs!)
Mmmm! Puppy Chow!
The boys escorted the girls to the table and helped them with their chairs.
We ate muffins and drank juice.
Afternoon class even wanted to dance!
Mrs. Broussard read to us!
Audacious Ignatius is a children's book illustrated by
Mrs. Katie Broussard.
St. Ignatius loved God very much, and we do, too!
Morning class is playing Flipping Frogs to reinforce letter names and letter sounds.
Our students also set goals for the New Year!
PK 4 is Sliding Into The New Year With Jesus in Their Hearts
Afternoon Class enjoys a good book.
On December 17 Early Childhood teachers presented their combined Early Childhood Christmas Program, including students in PK-3, PK-4, and Kindergarten. There were 105 students! The program began with Prepare the Way of the Lord by the Sibling Sinfonia, The Early Childhood Singers performed 7 charming songs of Advent and Christmas, to the delight of all families and guests. View our Gallery, which includes 5 videos that include all the children!
Here are some additional videos from the Early Childhood Christmas Program!
A Gingerbread Man came to visit our classroom.
We named him Nibbles. We liked to play with him.
One day, he was missing! Our Buddies helped us make
"Missing!" posters. We hung them up around the school.
The next day we found this letter.
We found our first clue!
Off we go to look for Nibbles! The clues took us all over the school.
The Pine Room ... To the second floor ...
To our Buddies room ...
The Balcony ... Mrs. Szot's Science Room ...
Mrs. Kirchen reads us a clue.
We need to go to the principal's office...
Mrs. Polega meets us at the door. Nibbles was hiding in her office!
We are happy to have Nibbles back in our classroom.
We hope he doesn't run away again!
The PK 4 students gathered together to share a feast of muffins and fresh fruit. After eating the children put
on a show for their parents.
Baking Pumpkin Bread
We made pumpkin bread! Every student took home a mini-loaf for our families.
Here is the morning class:
Here is the afternoon class:
Disappearing Ghost Science Experiment
Exploring the insides of a pumpkin.
Building Spider Webs.
PK 4 met with their 4th grade Buddies. Each team received a portion of a pumpkin
to decorate into a jack-o-lantern.
P is for pizza!
Working together to build a car wash.
Parents are invited to read, share a hobby or talent, or share information about their job.
A reading of The Night Before Halloween.
PK 4 visits Ascension Church.
To celebrate St. Francis' feast day, the children in PK 4 brought a stuffed animal to school. The group prayed together.
Each animal was blessed.
PK 4 is hard at work in the classroom.
?How high can we build this before it falls
PK 4 meets their 4th Grade Buddies.
Jesus is our very best friend! The children drew pictures of Jesus.
We are having a science lesson on the computer!