The Classroom Takes on a New Look at St. Gabriel the Archangel School
- Created on Thursday, 27 October 2011 14:34
6th Grade students from St. Gabriel the Archangel School attended camp at Living Well Village. The Camp's great outdoors became the classroom during their two-day experience. Students did team building activities that form the beginning of the Grade 6-8 program.
Students participated in activities to build confidence, trust, communication skills and more. Wall climbing is one of the favorites among the many classes that have attended camp. The students also had an activity with aquatic ecology. This connects with the school's science curriculum of learning about the water cycle and the importance of an eco-friendly world. (See pictures in sidebar.)
It is a time of team building and skill building - Twenty-first Century skills for their future in school and career.
St. Louis The King School at the Cathedral
Begins the First Year
Archbishop Robert Carlson speaks to the community.
Students unveil the new sign for their school!
Surprise for Students and Staff at St. Gabriel the Archangel School
K-8 Students of St. Gabriel the Archangel School show their appreciation!
(L to R)Pat Sly, John Ashby (Computer Teacher), Linda Hohenberger (Enrichment Teacher), Lisa Slama (Emerson Excellence Education Teacher 2011 & 8th Grade Teacher)
St. Joan of Arc Students hold a Night at the Museum
Ice Skating Fun for Families - Catholic Schools Week 2012
Project HOPE at St. Joan of Arc
St. Joan of Arc Zoo Keepers
Loyola Academy Students Bring Learning Outside
St. Gabriel the Archangel Students Explore and Build Trust
St. Gabriel the Archangel Students make great music!
Marian Middle School Students get their hands dirty for fun and learning!
St. Raphael the Archangel School's students at the Pet Blessing on October 4th.
St. Joan of Arc School students plant a school garden.
Primary students with older student helpers planted a school garden that will be harvested in late fall. Students will enjoy the harvest now and they will share their abundance with those in need who are being served by the St. Vincent de Paul Organization of the parish.
Students from St. Joan of Arc gathered around the Peace Pole to pray for peace.