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How Things Grow

How Things Grow

Mrs. Manley's Kindergarten class at St. John the Baptist School is learning all about how things grow! They made sunflowers using sunflower seeds and grew their own in the classroom!

Wednesday, May 20, 2015/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (450)/Comments (0)/
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Good Luck Mr V!

Good Luck Mr V!

Mr. Venatius Agbasiere has been a Seminarian in Residence at St. John’s Parish for the last year. On May 5th the school children and faculty had a celebration for him and wished him all the very best as he continues in the next phase of his journey towards priesthood.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (468)/Comments (0)/
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The Little Red Hen in Pre K

The Little Red Hen in Pre K

The students in Mrs. Rivera & Mrs. Alvord’s pre-k class at St. John the Baptist School read “The Little Red Hen”. We made bread and all worked together so we could all enjoy the bread!

Wednesday, May 20, 2015/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (458)/Comments (0)/
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Vocation Contest

Vocation Contest

On Thursday, May 7, 2015 two students from St. John the Baptist School received awards from Bishop Malone at the Catholic Center for their entrees in the Diocesan Vocation Contest. The theme of this year’s vocation contest was “Jesus said Follow Me.” The winners of this year’s vocation contest here at St. John’s were Grace LaVarnway (Grade 5) and Naomi LaDuke (Grade 6).

Tuesday, May 12, 2015/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (461)/Comments (0)/
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Water for Sudan

Water for Sudan

The seventh grade students in Ms. Borth’s class, at St. John the Baptist School, recently completed the module released by engageNY called, “Journeys and Survival” in ELA. Throughout the module they read the anchor text, A Long Walk to Water. This book discussed the hardships that Southern Sudanese people face in their everyday lives. The students were able to sympathize with the situation in Sudan through the accounts of the two main characters in the book. They learned, as they progressed through the text, that one of the characters is a real person.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015/Author: SuperUser Account/Number of views (460)/Comments (0)/
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