Lights! Camera! Action! The 4th graders entertained their families and friends with a production of The Case of the Bewitched Books. The students had so much fun bringing to life many of their favorite fairy tale characters. It was truly a magical performance!
St. Andrew’s students visited the Native American Museum created and hosted by the 5th grade class on Friday October 27th. Students learned about various tribes and their customs, visited a Native American habitat, explored man-made tools, and even sampled cuisine. A creative and fun hands-on lesson for the curators and visitors alike!
Our third graders performed “Hansel and Gretel and the Creepy Woods” to kickoff the first play of the school year. “The third graders embraced this opportunity to perform on the stage. They rehearsed, memorized their lines, and coordinated their costumes with an impressive degree of independence. They made their own notes and ad-libs. It really was their play. Their enthusiasm and hard work really made this experience special for the St. Andrew’s community” said teachers Erin Bienvenu and Jen Bilbe. Congratulations third graders!
Have you checked our Facebook Page lately? Our social media presence is increasing and thanks to our faculty, we have daily photos posted of students at work. It’s an easy way to get daily information of what’s going on around campus, see videos, photos, and more!
Ways you can help:
1) Go to our Facebook Page and “LIKE” US!
2) Share our post
3) Check in
4) Invite your friends to “Like” our page
5) Send pictures of your children on school sponsored events to Lisa Witter
6) Follow us on Twitter
7) Follow us on Instagram
Thank you for helping spread the word about our wonderful school!
We look forward to seeing all of you on campus for Parent-Teacher Conferences this Thursday and Friday, September 28-29th. After meeting with your child’s teachers, please swing by the library and visit our Fall Korndorffer Book Fair!
Noon dismissal on Thursday (no lunch provided), and no school for students on Friday.
Conference Care will be available Thursday afternoon ($10 per child) and all day Friday ($20 per child), and students must be registered and paid for by Wednesday September 27th. For more important details regarding Conference Care, please see our Newsletter or email Venessa Laurent Jones.