Good Shepherd Novena

Dear Friends of the Catechesis of the Good Shepherd, Good Shepherd Sunday is the Fourth Sunday of Easter in the Catholic liturgical calendar, Sunday three weeks after Easter Sunday (April 25th this year). The name derives from the gospel readings on this day, taken from the 10th chapter of John. In this reading, Christ is … Continue Reading »

Fitness Challenge

Parent Club is hosting a Spring Fitness Challenge beginning Monday, April 12! All students will be receiving a custom t-shirt, fitness log sheet, and instruction when we get back from Easter break! Join us for this fun challenge! Get out and walk, run or join these excellent online workouts! Thursdays beginning April 15th Time:  3:45pm-4:15pm … Continue Reading »

Music Spotlight

The music program is off to a great start in the 2020-2021 school year with new ukuleles and tubano drums! Students from Pre-K to 8th grade experience singing and movement activities that strengthen pitch, rhythm, and music theory knowledge in music class. In December, all students were introduced to both sacred and secular Christmas music … Continue Reading »

Art Spotlight

This week, grades K-2 made Christmas-themed artwork to celebrate the upcoming holiday season. The kindergarteners made a Christmas tree ornament with clay and paint. The 1st graders designed Christmas balls using shapes and colors. The 2nd graders made Paper Roll Snowmen that are being displayed outside the art room. The 3rd graders just completed their … Continue Reading »

Physical Education Spotlight

PE Class- Developing Teamwork, Sportsmanship, and Cooperation PE in December teaching cooperation through group activities and encouraging teamwork through identification as part of a team. The social skills learned in PE can stay with children throughout their lives, increasing the chance that they’ll become involved in sports, take leadership roles in their classrooms, and hopefully … Continue Reading »

Annual Fund Drive

The 2020-2021 Monica’s Fund Drive has begun! Contributions to Monica’s Fund (our Annual Fund) helps bridge the gap between what is charged for tuition and the actual cost of educating our students. The financial support from the St. Monica community of parents, alumni, and parishioners directly impacts every school student. We are truly grateful for … Continue Reading »