Middle School Electives

Check out the incredible elective courses our Middle School students get to choose from each trimester. Course Name  Description  Studio Art  This course is for students with high motivation in further developing individual interest and skills in various forms of artistic expression. Students will investigate contextual perspectives of visual communication and visual culture while developing their … Continue Reading »

Altar Serving

Become part of the St. Monica Parish and School Altar Server Ministry! Who may join: Any student who has received their 1st Holy Communion and is in the 4th – 8th grade may become an altar server at St. Monica. Serving opportunities: During the school year this ministry schedules altar servers for: Friday Masses and … Continue Reading »

FAQ for Back to School

School Starts on September 4, 2019 School Supplies Reminder- each student paid a $75 supply fee during registration for the needed consumable supplies such as pencils, paper, folders, etc… Please see the Supply List 19-20 for additional items by grade that students need to provide. School Schedule First Day of School is Wednesday, September 4, 2019. … Continue Reading »

New Lunch Program

Lunch Ladies are coming to St. Monica! The Lunch Ladies are proud to provide our school lunches for the 2019/2020 school year. Registration and ordering is now available. Lunches will cost $4.85 plus tax.  Each lunch will come with the main entrée and fruit and vegetables depending on the main entrée. Pizza lunches come with … Continue Reading »

Montessori Basics

Montessori Basics with Margaret Dornay Please register using the form below. When: September 21st, October 12th, and November 16th *Note- Each class will be a “stand alone” class, so you can attend 1, 2, or all 3 Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Where: St. Monica Atrium and School Library, 4320 87th Ave. SE, Mercer Island, … Continue Reading »

Latin coming to St. Monica this Fall!

Welcome April Bauer the new St. Monica Catholic School Latin teacher. Mrs. Bauer received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Latin and Classical Studies from the University of Washington.  Following her undergraduate degree, she attended Middlebury College Italian Language Immersion program and continued Post-Baccalaureate Classics studies at Duke University before receiving her Master of Arts … Continue Reading »

The Slingerland Method

The Slingerland Method: Improving Literacy at St. Monica This past summer, St. Monica’s kindergarten through 3rd grade teachers, along with our reading specialist, became certified in the Slingerland Approach for teaching literacy. The Slingerland Approach was originally designed to help students with dyslexia and other spelling, reading, writing, and speaking challenges, but many general education … Continue Reading »