Congratulations to the following Graduates of Ss. Joachim and Anne School on receiving Catholic High School Scholarships – $141,180.
Angie Bermeo – St. Agnes High School Honors Program – Montepulciano Academic Scholarship and Principals Award = $10,000 and a 2nd Scholarship Award from Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School for an Academic Scholarship in the amount of $4,000.
Melodie Cadichon – The Mary Louis Academy Scholastic Award – $8,000.
Shelsy Fils-Aime – Cathedral High School Full Academic Scholarship – $35,180 and a 2nd Scholarship Award from Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School for an Academic Scholarship for $6,000.
Lauren Hedge – Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School Academic Scholarship in the amount of $18,000.
Madison King – The Mary Louis Academy Scholastic Award – $8,000 and a 2nd Scholarship from St. Mary’s of Manhasset in the amount of $16,000.
Carla Paul – St. Agnes High School Honors Program – Montepulciano Academic Scholarship and Principals Award $10,000 and a 2nd Academic Scholarship in the amount of $6,000.
Chelsea Sanabria – Bishop Loughlin Academic Scholarship – $7,000 and a 2nd Scholarship for Music in the amount of $13,000.
Total Scholarships for Catholic High Schools = $141,180
CONGRATULATIONS TO A JOB WELL DONE!
Congratulations to Nathaniel Godard, 1st Grade, and Saniah Ramnarine, 2nd Grade for winning the school Spelling Bee.
Nathaniel and Saniah will represent Ss. Joachim and Anne in the Deanery Spelling Bee.
This exciting event will take place on Tuesday, May 9th in Ss. Joachim and Anne’s Lower Church.
Bucket Leaders Visit Grade 1
7th and 8th Graders Fill Their Buckets with Acts of Kindness
Catch the SsJA Spirit!
Ss. Joachim and Anne’s Early Childhood Program consists of grades Pre-K For All through grade 3. During these formative years, emphasis is placed on the academic, social and spiritual growth of our students. Our young scholars explore, discover, build, and create to learn new concepts and skills. Early Childhood Program gathers together as a community to pray, learn social skills, share, and celebrate.
Collaborative problem solving develops responsibility, provides students with opportunities to make unique contributions to the classroom community and encourages positive decision making. Students also learn to work independently, as they become critical thinkers in reading, writing, mathematics, science, social studies and all content areas of study. An emphasis is placed on working together and acknowledging the unique contribution of each student to the class.
As in all the grade levels, meeting the needs of our learners is paramount. In the classroom, teachers create a differentiated curriculum to meet the various instructional levels of our students, rich in literacy development, science exploration, mathematics, music, art and technology (STREAM).To further support our students and teachers, a reading interventionist and learning specialists enhance the program.
By the end of third grade, students are ready to assume more independence for their school day, including their academic commitments as well as their social interactions as they prepare to transition to the Middle School Program. There they will embark on a new journey and take on more responsibility for themselves and their academic growth.