Our Kinderbears led a magnificent English-themed parade on March 1st, 2019. Our royal procession was followed by our Rainbow Fish and Cottage students. Thank you, parents and teachers, for making this fun day possible!
Cardinals on the Run was a smashing success! Thank you to everyone for supporting this new school fundraiser, particularly all the sponsors, parent volunteers and friends who came to cheer! Every student participated, from the Honeybees to the 8th grade.
Here are our 6th and 7th graders practicing the art of gardening on campus! Thanks to Ms. Erin Crowley for her continued work on this wonderful gift on our campus we enjoy every day!
Our S.T.E.A.M. (Science Technology Engineering Art and Mathematics) Fair on February 8th featured many engineering projects and creative applications of science of all St. Andrew’s students, Pre-K through 8th grade.
It’s time to apply for the 2019-20 school year. For timely processing, applications should be submitted prior to January 15, 2019 to be assured first-round admission consideration. Notification dates are:
February 19, 2019 for Grades 1-8
March 19, 2019 for PK and K
If you have any questions, please call (504) 866-6553.
We are excited to announce our first on-campus fun run, Cardinals on the Run that will take place on Friday, February 22! This event promotes fitness, health, and wellness while raising money for St. Andrew’s.
Our first Bingo Night was a massive success! Thank you to our amazing volunteers Jennifer, Norris, Renee, Lana, Nichell, Carla, Claudette, Jamie, Ryan, Erich, Alex, Juan, Lori, Gretchen, Eirinn, and Tim, for facilitating such a marvelous time!
On Wednesday, October 3rd the St. Andrew’s schoolyard was full of students, staff, parents, and some very special guests. Every year St. Andrew’s celebrates the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi with a blessing of household and school pets. This year, pets ranged from lizards, hamsters, guinea pigs, dogs, turtles, and even pictures of pets. The Blessing of the Pets is one of our most beloved traditions.
In social studies, our first graders are focusing on neighborhoods and communities. This is a broad topic that allows us to explore many
different skills. In chapel, Father Robert taught the children to “love your neighbor as yourself.” This led to one of our favorite topics of discussion: who qualifies as “your neighbor?”
The children listed many different types of people: someone who lives down the street from you, someone you play with at recess, someone who helps you, etc.
We love hearing their ideas. We then moved into a discussion about our St. Andrew’s neighborhood and who makes our neighborhood a great place to be. Again, we got a ton of different answers. Across the board though, almost every child mentioned one person’s name: Ms. Jenny.
If you haven’t met Ms. Jenny yet you have to understand that she is the reason our classrooms are so lovely. She keeps everything clean and safe for our children. She is available no matter what the problem is…whether it’s a broken bulb or a loose opossum (true story!). Ivy Juge said it best, “Ms. Jenny is our Wonder Woman! I saw the movie and she even looks like Wonder Woman!” She loves our school and we love her. If you see Ms. Jenny please thank her for everything she does for our St. Andrew’s neighborhood.
Avery Loss, 1st Grade Teacher
On Friday, September 7th, students enjoyed a taste of baba ganoush and pita during carpool. The snack was a wonderful example of how hard work pays off- and tastes great. It was made with nearly 30 eggplants harvested from the school garden, planted by our 8th graders last spring. Thank you, Jennifer Conrad, for this special treat!