Mrs. Walden Grades 6,7,& 8 Math

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Summer Work for Math Grade 6  and 7

DO ASSIGNMENTS ON MATHLETICS BEFORE SEPTEMBER 3rd.  This will be your first Grade for the school year 2019-2020.

Have a safe and wonderful summer.

Mrs. Walden

Dear Parents/Guardians:
The following list includes all items your student will need at the beginning of the 2019-2020 school year.

1x 7 Pocket Accordion
8x Single subject marble notebooks
12x Sharpened #2 Pencils
12x Royal Blue or Black Ink Pens
1x Box of Crayons
1x Box of Colored Pencils
1x Packet of Construction Paper
1x Pencil Case
1x Scissors
1x Glue
1x Pack of Index Cards
2x Packs of 250 sheets of Looseleaf
1x Homework Note Pad
1x Roll of Contact Paper
1x Scientific Calculator
1x Bottle of liquid soap
1x Bottle of liquid hand sanitizer
1x Roll of Paper Towels
1x Box of Tissues

Please keep in mind that items such as notebooks, pens, pencils, loose leaf, and index cards must be replenished throughout the school year. Binders are not to be brought to school. Desk space is limited and binders take up too much room.

All books whether it is hardcover or soft cover, must be protected with a book cover. You may use either book socks or paper book covers.

There is a $25 book fee for grade 6,7 and 8 for Math Books. This is due the first day of school.

Thank you,
Seventh and Eighth Grade Teachers

 

 

Congratulations To Our Scholarship Winners!

Posted on January 26, 2018

CONGRATULATIONS! 

Congratulations to our 8th Graders who received scholarships and were accepted to Honors Programs in Catholic High Schools.

 

From Left to Right: Jennifer Joseph, Chelsea Mullings, Ayana LaFargue, Braneyda Pierre, Lola Aguda, Franly Dupuy, Isayela Bosse, Sierra Griffin, (kneeling) Aaron Bhagwan

Aquinas Program – Sunflower STREAM Project

Posted on May 30, 2017

Joachim and Anne students displayed the St. Julie Billiart Sunflower STREAM Project at the Aquinas Exposition 2017. Van Gogh’s Sunflowers -five flowers in a vase has been the most visited painting in England. These flowers are bursting with meaning while representing the natural cycle of life with a supernatural glow.  His flowers along with St, Julie Billiart’s inspiration energized the students to use Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art and Math into developing the many facets of the project. Mr. Corso, our Assistant Principal, was the Moderator. SsJA’s Proud Aquinas Members are: Angie Bermeo, Rousseau Francois, Chelsea Mullings, Jessica Casamajor, Lauren Hedge, Jared King, Jonathan Laura, Divia Myers, Ashley Predvil ,Shelsy Fils Aime and Melodie Cadichon. Congratulations to All!!!

 

Pictures are of the project

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