Action Plan

That Every Child May Flourish St. Monica Catholic School Executive Summary of the Action Plan, April 2018 GOAL I: Promote a Strong Catholic Identity Foster robust faith formation in order to prepare all students for Catholic service and leadership. Encourage the ongoing spiritual and religious formation of faculty and staff. Celebrate and share our faith with … Continue Reading »

Iceland Trip

St. Monica School’s Science Trip to Iceland! Trip dates, June 25-30, 2019 (for ages 13-18 in the summer of 2019) Iceland 2019 To sign-up for the trip, visit and use TRIP ID 160759 For more information contact: Mr. Sarlitto at

May School Scoop

    The world’s favorite season is the spring. All things seem possible in May. View this email in your browser Volunteer of the Year It is time to select our 2018 School Volunteer of the Year. If you know someone who has made a significant contribution to our school through his/her volunteer efforts during … Continue Reading »

PreK FAQ’s

St. Monica Catholic School PreK Most Commonly Asked Questions Below are the 21 most commonly asked questions. They are broken up into three categories for your convenience; Academics, School Community, and Healthy Kids. If you have any further questions please contact Talina Birashk, Pre-K Program Director. Academics What are centers? Centers is what we call … Continue Reading »

LOL & Poetry Slam

“Lit Out Loud” Come join St. Monica Middle School for our first annual festival of the poetic and dramatic arts! We are proud and excited to share a celebration of literature in its most foundational and powerful form: “out loud” and enjoyed by a community! In a “coffee house” setting, complete with coffee and light … Continue Reading »

Art Contest

We just finished our 11th Annual St. Monica School Art Show during Catholic Schools’ Week. Thank you, parent volunteers, for helping to set up the art show. We wouldn’t have been able to hold this event without your help. Now our students are working hard to prepare for the 10th Annual St. Monica Art Contest. All students attending … Continue Reading »

Physical Education News

My primary goal in elementary PE is to develop students’ fundamental movement skills within a variety of developmentally appropriate game, aerobic, and anaerobic activities. The St. Monica PE program will also enhance students’ personal fitness and provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to engage in a variety of physical activities. As a young … Continue Reading »

Prayer Service

Seattle area students will be walking out of classes on March 14 to protest gun violence. St. Monica School students will join the movement in a uniquely Catholic manner. Students will gather on the lower field at 10 AM where they will pray a living rosary around 17 crosses commemorating those who lost their lives … Continue Reading »

Third Grade News

Third grade has been learning about Native Americans. They studied customs and survival skills. Students had to choose three items to take with them out into the wilderness and explain why they chose that item. They could choose between a knife, bow and arrows, snare, fish hook and line, pouch of acorn flour, basket, fire … Continue Reading »

Second Grade News

The second graders are building walls!  Last month, they learned about sand, soil, and clay through hands-on investigations. Miss Pomada read a story about a girl who built a wall to keep a rabbit from eating her plants.  The students have ASKED what the problem is and IMAGINED solutions by testing the strength of sand, … Continue Reading »