Oct 17

Have you been enjoying those tasty Taffy Apples? Student Council has been selling them after school during these crisp fall days. The proceeds go into the Student Council treasury and then help fund Student Council activities. Get ready for the Fun Fairs next week!

Oct 17

Do you love working with children? Have you experience supervising children? Are you looking for part-time work in a nurturing environment? Working in our Extended Day Program may be just right for you! Openings are available from 2:30 - 5:30 PM. Please see our "Help Wanted" notice on the Extended Day Page!

 

Oct 16

Enjoy these photos from the last 7 days– it's hard to keep up with our teachers and their many ideas for student learning!

Oct 16

The 7th grade leads a Living Rosary in church on Tuesday at 2:15 PM. Here is a description of this colorful rosary: "Each decade of that World Mission Rosary calls to mind an area where the Church continues her evangelizing mission: green for Africa; blue for the ocean surrounding the islands of the Pacific; white symbolizing Europe, red for the Americas, and yellow for Asia. "

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Oct 15

Mr. Mueller's 7-209’s religion class made a Bishop Fulton Sheen Rosary last Friday. They were able to complete this project with Ms. Grimm’s awesome artistic direction.

Oct 15

First grade students are looking at plants these days! The weather was nicer, so we went out to examine trees and plants. More pictures and activities on my Teacher Page.

Oct 11

Students in my 5th grade classes researched, created, and presented a Google Slides presentation about an important aspect of life for one of the four Native American regional groups we are studying in Social Studies.  Students became an expert on their topic and provided information that supplements what we learned in class.  More on my page!

Oct 11

The 8th graders at Ascension took a field trip to the Art Institute of Chicago on October 11, 2018. The purpose of the trip was to demonstrate to the students the differences between Impressionism and other forms of art. 8th graders will then choose a painting and reproduce it, using techniques they learn in art. See more on Ms. Grimm's Page.

Oct 9

Our teachers have benn challenging the students with new concepts and ways of learning! Be sure to explore our Teacher Pages! Here's a look at the past week.

Oct 8

Last week Mrs. Ciolino's math groups were working on repeated addition. One group was rolling dice to put together a repeated addition sentence, and the other group was using cards and recording sheets. Sounds like fun! Visit her Teacher Page!