Oh, Mercy! Kindergarten just finished reading the first six adventures in the New York Times best-selling series, Mercy Watson!
They celebrated by dressing up as their favorite character and had a party with Mercy’s favorite treat, buttered toast!
Foiling a robber, driving a car, squeezing into a tutu—is there anything the porcine wonder won’t do in her single-minded pursuit of treats, buttered toast, or just a rollicking fun time?
MERCY WATSON TO THE RESCUE
MERCY WATSON GOES FOR A RIDE
MERCY WATSON FIGHTS CRIME
MERCY WATSON: PRINCESS IN DISGUISE
MERCY WATSON THINKS LIKE A PIG
MERCY WATSON: SOMETHING WONKY THIS WAY COMES
Congratulations to Kenny Swanson in grade 5!
Yesterday he competed in the regional Math Bee and has qualified to be in the Diocesan Bee.
This is quite an accomplishment and we wish him good luck, we are very proud of you!
Paint Night was a success!
Thanks to all who came out to support the Academy.
We had a great crowd and Mr. Malafronte did a fantastic job leading the group!
On Monday, March 26, SJWCA inducted its first members into the new chapter of the Junior National Honor Society.
National Junior Honor Society: This school year, with the help of Mr. Malafronte, our ELA jr. high teacher, a chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) was officially established at SJWCA. NJHS is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding middle school students. It honors those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. Members must be either 7th or 8th graders who have achieved an overall average of 90 or better. Additionally, students must fill out an application to become a member of the NJHS, outlining their qualities in Leadership, Citizenship, Character, and Service. Congratulations to fourteen of our students who were inducted on March 25th.
Grade 7: Eva Archer, Alyssa Coto, AnnaBella Fernandez, Eric Gardiner, Jack Tomasi, Jillian Tresca
Grade 8: Edouard Archer Jr., Genna Cottingham, Caroline Heaney, Amber Hoque, Gabby Hoque, Frank Papa, Sophia Pierre, Maureen Vernet
Science Fair 2019
Congratulations to this year’s Science Fair winners.
Congratulations to every student who participated in all grades, projects were interesting and well done!
First Place: Bennett Breier –What type of light do plants grow in best?
Second Place: Kamilah Khan – Which cup will keep a hot drink warm the longest: paper, plastic, glass, or Styrofoam?
Third Place: Michael Sheehan- How will adding different flavors of Kool-Aid to water affect the boiling point?
First Place: Joseph Schwartz – What’s popping? Which brand of popcorn leaves the fewest unpopped kernels?
Second Place: Jillian Tresca-Different types of milk-Can you tell which milk is whole, low fat, or nonfat?
Third Place: Joel Cruz-How does height affect a person’s ability to shoot a jump shot in basketball?
First Place: Zoe Fisher-Chromatography
Second Place: Genna Cottingham & Caroline Heaney-Which fruit can we extract the most DNA from-a banana, kiwi, or strawberyy?
Third Place: Edouard Archer, jr.-Why aren’t all medicines pills?
CTN Grammar-thon 2019
(CTN=Catholic Television Network)
Congratulations to grade 5 for being the top class on their grade level for Grammar-Thon 2019! They recently competed online against other schools, and the goal was to correctly answer as many grammar questions as possible. They were the top 5th grade out of 77 schools that competed!
The grammar-thon was sponsored by CTN.
SJWCA and CTN are proud of grade 5 and their hard work and effort.
Laura Hickey, CTN Instructional Technology Specialist, arrived at school today to
visit and distribute the certificates and token prizes.
This is a reminder that Spring Picture Day is this Thursday, 3/14.
Children can dress up or wear their school uniform.
Flyers were sent home this week. If you want a specific background, please be sure to indicate it on the sheet.
No money is due now. Once the pictures are sent home, you decide if you want to keep them or not.
You may also visit Lifetouch online.
Picture Day ID: OV518117Q0
Join us for breakfast and then come march with St. Joseph the Worker as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on Sunday, March 17th at the Brooklyn Parade.
It will be a great day for the SJWCA community to come together.
Click below for more details:
Brooklyn St. Pat’s Parade (1)
PreK 3 and 4 celebrated and learned about Fat Tuesday. They ended their lesson with a parade and distribution of beads for everyone!