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  • BREAKFAST & BRUSHES Canvas Painting Art Camp 10-12 Year Old Students July 15, 2019 – July 19, 2019 10:00 am -12:00 pm St. Andrew Olde Church Basement […]

  • March 24, 2019

    Sunday, March 24, 2019  Third Sunday of Lent John 4:5-42   In this Gospel Reading, we hear the words,  “We no longer believe because of your […]

  • Newsletter: March 18, 2019

  • March 17, 2019

    Sunday, March 17, 2019 Second Sunday of Lent Luke 9:28b-36   In this Gospel Reading of the Transfiguration of Jesus, God tells us that Jesus […]

  • *****Open*****  Click here to visit the store. 2019 Saint Andrew School Spirit Wear Store is now available online for a limited time! Saint Andrew School has teamed up […]

  • The Fall edition of the Saint Andrew School newspaper Saint-Andrew-School-The-Post-Issue 1 – 2018-2019  

  • Reminder – The BYOB Feast of Saint Joseph is THIS SATURDAY, March 16th, at Rose Bank Winery!! WALK-INS ARE WELCOME!! Remember, there will be a Saint Patrick’s […]

  • Newsletter: March 11, 2019

  • Elizabeth Ministry Saint Andrew Easter Egg Hunt The annual Saint Andrew Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 1:15 pm […]

  • Spirit Wear Sale

      Mom’s Booster Club Spirit Wear Sale  March 11-24 Keep an eye out for store opening information from your class parent. Questions? Contact taradestribats@gmail.com   190311 […]

  • March 10, 2019

    Sunday, March 10, 2019 First Sunday of Lent Luke 4:1-13   What do you think is the best way to handle a temptation? Why is […]

  • Newsletter: March 4, 2019https://mailchi.mp/bba5190de3ad/newsletter-may-1-920767

  • Summer Art Camp

    Join Mrs. DeGraw in Camp Creation August 12th-16th 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6-10 year old  $175 per Child ($150 siblings) Parish Hall (Rectory Basement) Camp Creation 2019

  • Beginning this Lent please join us for Eucharistic Adoration. On March 12th, from 3:10 pm to 4:00 pm, we will join together every Tuesday in the […]

  • CYO SPRING SPORTS ANNOUNCEMENT   Registration is now open for all spring CYO sports We will have Track, Baseball and Softball this year. All 5th, […]

  • March 3, 2019

    Sunday, March 3, 2019 Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 6:39-45   Why is it so important to be mindful of your own words and […]

  • Spring Your Faith

    Spring Your Faith-The Dignity of Women       Spring Your Faith-The Dignity of Women Welcome to the 10th Annual Spring Your Faith. Spring Your […]

  • Join St. Andrew’s moms and sons on Saturday, April 6 at noon for our yearly event. This year we are heading to a Wings game […]

  • February 17, 2019

    Sunday, February 17, 2019 Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 6:17, 20-26   In this Gospel reading, Jesus says, “Behold, your reward will be great […]

  • Newsletter: February 11, 2019

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Immigration Station
This is an amazing opportunity where our 3rd graders will get to experience an Ellis Island Simulation right here at St. Andrew School!
During the late 1800s and early 1900s, thousands of Europeans left their homeland to come to America. Reasons for doing so included war, poverty, economic opportunity, persecution, and drought. After a long and difficult journey in steerage, many immigrants entered through Ellis Island in New York. They were greeted by the Statue of Liberty, a symbolic image representing freedom and opportunity in their new home. However, the boat ride was just the beginning. Once immigrants arrived in Ellis Island, they had to go through a long process that included interview and medical exams. Around 80% of immigrants were approved at Ellis Island. Some made it through the process within hours while others were detained for days or even weeks. Ellis Island officially closed as an immigration port in 1954, but today remains a historical site in America’s history.
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Congratulations to our Reading Olympics students. Students earned a green ribbon last evening at the annual event held at Saint Jude. Adult moderators included Mrs. Tarrant and Miss Grundy. ...

Congratulations to our Reading Olympics students. Students earned a green ribbon last evening at the annual event held at Saint Jude. Adult moderators included Mrs. Tarrant and Miss Grundy.

 

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Cal had fun, thank you Miss Grundy and Mrs Tarrant!

Great job!

Congratulations !!! 🤗

I miss those days!

Congratulations! 👍

Nice job!!!!!

Congratulations!👏🏻

Dominick can’t be stopped !!!! Can’t wait to watch him grow into an adult 😘

I'm so proud of our remarkable readers!

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The 5th grade reading classes today are participating in a museum tour as if they are at the National Holocaust museum. They are walking around the room quietly reading and recording in their notebooks about what they are reading. Our focus is on connecting to the children during that time period. ...

 

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I used to read Number the Stars with my class every year! One of my favorite books and my students as well!

I love how serious each student was in class yesterday as we prepare to read my most favorite children's novel, "Number the Stars"

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Endangered Species Project
Our 5th Grade Science classes have just started our Life Science Unit. We have been talking about the impact of humans on the environment. We have been talking about how some endangered species have made a comeback due to conservation efforts. For this project, students had to chose whatever visual medium they wanted (Google Slides, iMovie, Diorama, Sculpture, Posters, Paintings, etc) and give an oral presentation on a currently endangered species and what can be done to preserve these animals on the verge of extinction!
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Here are some more of the awesome dioramas the students made!

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Students in after school Art Adventure created amazing animal collages. First they painted huge sheets of paper using different techniques like splatter, texture and neon elements . Then they ripped the paper and exchanged among their classmates so that they had a variety of designs. The ripped pieces were glued onto large sheets of paper for the background. Eyes and noses were created and finally, the outline of the animals. The eyes were glossed for an iridescent shine! ...

Students in after school Art Adventure created amazing animal collages. First they painted huge sheets of paper using different techniques like splatter, texture and neon elements . Then they ripped the paper and exchanged among their classmates so that they had a variety of designs.  The ripped pieces were glued onto large sheets of paper for the background.  Eyes and noses were created and finally, the outline of the animals.  The eyes were glossed for an iridescent shine!Image attachmentImage attachment

 

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Love this!

Magnificent

Talented artists! Impressive!

Such talent!

Very cool!

These are awesome! 😊

Wow! Fantastic!

Awesome!!!!

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