Register now for a quality Catholic education. There are seats available in our Nursery/Pre-K, Kindergarten and Grades 1-8.
- In September 2017, each student from K to 8 will have access to our Premier STREAM (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art, Math) LAB (A $109,000 Grant provided by the Diocesan Office) which will feature electric wiring beneath a granite tile floor, Chromebooks, a flat screen television, smartwalls, software, cooperative learning tables and many other technological and educational materials.
- Every student in Grade 7 and 8 uses a Samsung tablet.
- In September 2017, each student in Grade 1 and 2 will use Apple IPADs.
- 95% of our students, who took the Catholic Entrance Exam to Catholic High School, were accepted.
- An outstanding Early Childhood Program
- Two excellent Pre-K For All Classes which have been visited by many associates of the Department of Education.
- A leading school for students with special needs including SETTS, ELL, Speech and Occupational Therapy as well as Title I Services and Procession Classes
- Full time Guidance Counselor.
- Renowned Gospel Choir.
- A school dedicated to Creative Arts.
- Before School and After School Care Programs.
- A safe environment with a security guard in the Fall.
- SmartBoards in each room and a technological environment to create lessons which are current, integrated and based on the Common Core.
- In September, high school Regents Classes will be given to selected 8th
- And most of all we are a school embedded in the love of Christ and our core values of Goodness, Faith, Service, Excellence, Integrity and Community.
Congratulations to Angie Bermeo! She is currently featured in the Diocese of Brooklyn, Futures In Education Annual Magazine. Angie was one of our Salutatorians at graduation this year.
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!!!
Class 5-1 explored the various digital programs to reinforce a Math lesson on Fractions. Students were able to learn how to download the Pinterest Application on their cell phone and utilize the program to view different math problems relating to a Fraction Lesson.
5th and 6th Grades
The Living Enviornment
1. Living things are both similiar to and different from each other and nonliving things.
2. Organisms inherit genetic information in a variety of ways that result in continuity of structure and function between parents and offspring.
3. Individual organisms and species change over time.
4. The continuity of life is sustained through reproduction and development.
5. Organisms maintain a dynamic equilibrium that sustain life.
6. Plants and animals depend on each other and their physical enviornment. It is used for immediate growth and activity of the animal or it is stored. Some of the stored energy is released as heat energy when the organism dies and decays.
7. Human decisions and activities have changed their enviornment and the effect of those changes.
The Physical Setting
1. Many of the phenomena that we observe on Earth involve interactions among components of air, water and land.
2. Matter is made up of particles whose properties determine the observable characteristics of matter and its reactivity.
3. Energy exists in many forms and when those forms change energy is conserved.
4. Energy and matter interact through forces that result in changes in motion.
Welcome to Saints Joachim and Anne’s Pre-K for All Program. The first day of class will be on Wednesday, September 9, 2015. Orientation will take place on Wednesday, September 9th at 12:00, after dismissal, in the gym. The teachers will meet with you to discuss the program and any questions and/or concerns you may have.
For the first week of school only, September 9th through September 11th classes will begin at 8:00 AM and dismiss at 12:00 PM. Each child should bring a backpack as well as a change of clothes on the first day. The backpack should be large enough to fit a folder inside it.
Ms. Cotellessa and Mrs. Cullinan, our Pre-K for All teachers, along with Ms. Liz and Ms. Michelle, their assistants, have been working diligently to prepare their rooms and to develop Common Core lessons in conjunction with the standards.
We are delighted that you can participate in this exciting program of learning, social and emotional development, communication, language and literacy and physical development.
Mrs. Linda Freebes, Principal
Welcome to Saints Joachim and Anne’s School Nursery/Pre-Kindergarten Program. We are delighted to have you and your child participate in a terrific learning experience.
– On the first day of school children are to bring a backpack with them as well as a change of clothes. The backpack should be large enough to fit a folder inside of it.
– For the first week of school only, Wednesday, September 9th; Thursday, September 10th; Friday, September 11th classes will begin at 8:00 a.m. and dismiss at 12:00 p.m.
– Orientation will be held on Friday, September 11, 2015 @ 12:00, after dismissal.
– Monday, September 14th, classes will begin at 8:00 a.m. and dismiss at 3:00 pm.
During orientation, you will receive the necessary information which will ensure a successful school year for you and your child. Sister Madeline will share Nursery/Pre-K Handbooks and Guidelines to assist you throughout the year. Questions and concerns from parents will also be addressed. Supply lists will be given on this day.
May God bless you and your wonderful child.
Sincerely in Christ,
Mrs. Linda Freebes, Principal