A free, five session committed workshop designed to empower parents to support each other, to learn tools to strengthen family connections, and to help children develop healthy behaviors as they approach adolescence.
Presented by: Cary Anne Fitzgerald – Parent/Community Outreach Coordinator Program For The Development of the Human Potential (PDHP)
TikTok is an app that gives users the opportunity to create and share short-form videos with friends, family, and the entire world. The app is especially popular with young people, who enjoy using its tools to combine video, music, and graphics into funny sketches and creative shorts. TikTok is available in over 150 countries and in 75 languages. TikTok runs on both Apple and Android phones and tablets and has selected a 12+ rating on the Apple App Store and Google Play so that parents can use the device-level parental controls provided by Apple and Android.
On September 13, 2019 our newly formed Student Council for this school year was installed during our Opening School Mass. Students from grades 6-8 compose the 9-member board of the student government. The final selection was made by the principal and middle school teachers. Criteria for nomination is based on leadership, responsibility, and the ability to relate to the faculty, staff, and the student body. The term of office is one year. The council meets monthly, discusses current school issues, and makes suggestions for additional school activities. Mrs. Cavera & Miss Biscaglia serve as moderators for the student council.
Congratulations to the 2019-20 SFACA Student Council, Katie Jampol, Angelopio Graci, Jayden Abela, Jordan Ceron, Isabella Cullinane, Grace Vano, Lawrence DiVittorio, Damia Pan and Katarina Mijat
Please join them as take on their first service project of the year. The Sudan Water Project by participating in a dress down donation day on Thursday, November 7th. Please be as generous as your means allow.
Fourth grade students have started on the right foot. We are working very hard and we are in our first full week of school. I am so proud of how the students have acclimated to our classroom rules.
In math, we have started chapter 1 and we are learning about place and value of numbers. We have started learning about the geography of New York State, recognizing the important rivers and landforms of our state. We completed our first map project and the students enjoyed learning and highlighting the important facts of our state. We visited the new Stem Lab and learned about safety first and the importance of listening during our lab activities. We began our chapter 1 in Religion knowing that Jesus was both human and divine and how we can be disciples of Christ.
As promised, here is the list of books that we will be reading throughout the course of the school year. I will let the students know two weeks prior to needing the book in class. The book should be brought to school daily as we will be reading and having class discussions during class time. Reading assignments will be given for class-work and homework. Continue reading “4th & 5th Grade Novel List”→