After the Honors Assembly, the eighth students formed a receiving line. The student body were able to say goodbye, thank you and good luck to the eighth graders as they move on to high school.
The fourth through eighth graders received awards, certificates, and scholarships at the Honors Assembly on Thursday afternoon for their many accomplishments over the school year. Great job students!
The preschool and kindergarten had their bridging ceremony on Tuesday morning. They sang songs and showed their parents some of what they learned through the year. They received certificates from Fr. Charlie and Ms. Urig as a symbol of continuing to the next level of...
One of our second graders participated in Statistics, an Afterschool class, in which he had to survey other students and display the data using graphs. This was part of a national contest that Karen Manning, the program coordinator and class instructor, had the...
Members of the National Junior Honor Society made the cafeteria a little brighter by painting The Days of Creation on the wall. They had to scrape the old paint away, design their scenes, and then paint their creations. We have some artists in the making!
This week in science class was dissection time! The sixth grade took apart an owl pellet, seventh grade dissected earthworms, and eighth grade dissected bullfrogs.
After participating in a video conference with a scientist from COSI about space travel to Mars, the junior high had to design tires that would work on a Mars rover. Each group had a different idea of what would work. There were many great ideas!
The third graders designed scenery for their play, “Goldilocks and the Three Bears”. They presented their play last week to the younger students.
After Mass Friday, we celebrated May as the month of Mary by crowning her with flowers. The second graders dressed in their First Communion attire placed flowers next to Mary. Two eighth graders were chosen by their classmates to crown Mary while the rest of the...
St. Mary's School
237 4th Street
Elyria, OH 44035