Thank you to everyone who came out to support and participate in the “Walk for Haiti”. It was a great morning spent with amazing people (students, parents, faculty, staff, and pets too). It was a great success!!!
The rainy weather held off long enough for us to enjoy our "Walk for Haiti" today! Thank you, Mrs. Etienne, for organizing this awesome event for the 8th year in a row!!! Thank you to all of our volunteers at the water stops! Thank you to everyone who came out to support and participate in the “Walk for Haiti”. It was a great morning spent with amazing people (students, parents, faculty, staff, and pets too). It was a great day for a great cause. We are living our mission
Dear Families, We came back from Spring Break and hit the ground running! Monday we enjoyed many activities to celebrate Earth Day thanks to Ms. Veitz and the members of the Conservation Club! On Tuesday we celebrated World Book Day! Many staff members and students dressed up as their favorite literary characters, enjoyed many hands on learning experiences, Community members read to the students, school-wide DEAR time happened, and a collaboration between grades created a uni
St. Mary of the Hills School's Conservation Club is the epitomy of service to our world! Thank you for helping us to preserve and protect our planet! Every little bit counts, and you are helping us all make better choices for future generations!!! Conservation Club wanted to put in a plug about a few simple things you can do to reduce your impact on the planet: 1) the makeup eraser!! Makes a GREAT gift and I bought mine over the summer. It literally takes off all makeup wit
We are living our mission of service. St. Mary’s students celebrated Earth Day with activities provided by the school’s conservation club! We planted seedlings, made bird feeders, and watched The Lorax. Conservation club donated money to help sea turtles, honey bees, narwhals, and polar bears! What is one thing you would be willing to do differently to help the Earth?
A neighbor of Mrs. Hughes, Isabella, heard about Mrs. Hulme's service project--collecting aluminum pull-tabs from beverage cans for Shriner's Hospital, and she decided to donate her tabs to help with this worthy cause. Thank you, Isabella, for helping us with our service project!!! You are making a difference!!!
Three hard-working girls in fifth grade decided to run a mini-fundraiser making bracelets and donated all of the proceeds to A Long Walk to Water! Thank you to Destiny, Annabelle, and Leah!!! You're making a difference!!!
Dear Families, I don't know about you but waking up and hearing the birds singing and seeing the flowers sprouting feels so good. Spring has finally arrived! We had such a fun week of learning here at St. Mary of the Hills. Students have been working on their Science Fair projects, making Easter crafts, hunting for Easter eggs, winning writing contests, growing in their reading and math abilities, writing persuasive letters, practicing their cursive handwriting skills, and le