Service Project Updates - 5/30/19

SPECIAL THANK YOU TO 4TH GRADERS BRAEDEN O'BRIEN AND MASSAI MUNGAL (helped by SANAII LYONS & JULIANNA NESTOR) FOR SPEARHEADING THIS FUNDRAISER. WE HAD A DRESS DOWN DAY TO SUPPORT THE MASSACHUSETTS DOWN SYNDROME CONGRESS THROUGH THE BOSTON BRUINS. FOR $1.00 YOUR STUDENT MAY DRESS IN BRUINS ATTIRE OR BLACK AND YELLOW. GO BRUINS!

Principal's Updates - 5/24/19

Dear Families, Good afternoon everyone! We had such a great week once again. I was very fortunate to have been able to attend the 5th Grade Multi-Genre Night on Tuesday. The students did such a great job educating everyone on their special person and/or event. I really liked how they tied in Multi-Cultural Night by choosing someone or something from their culture to research. I also got to share in the release of the 1st Grade butterflies. They did such a wonderful job researching the stages of development from caterpillar to butterfly. The looks on their faces when they released them I will treasure forever. On Thursday one of our 7th Graders, Santana Gabriel, received his Baptism and 1st E

Principal's Updates - 5/17/19

Dear Families, What a great week we had here at St. Mary of the Hills School. I was so proud of my staff and students for creating such a special event to Celebrate US at our 1st Cultural Appreciation Night. The research projects were so well done and informative, the food was delicious, and the music was incredible. I am so blessed to lead such a vibrant and diverse school. Looking forward to doing this again next year! Students enjoyed going on field trips this week. These out of the classroom educational experiences are so important to the learning process. Our location makes these experiences very easy to do and for that I am grateful. The 4th and 6th graders went to the Boston Public Li

Principal's Updates - 5/10/19

Dear Families, NWEA/MAPS testing is complete for students in Grades 2-8. The data will be analyzed in the coming weeks and used to inform instructional practices and interventions for next year. A quick look tells me that students have made substantial growth since the Fall. I am so proud of them and their teachers! Tuesday we celebrated our dedicated teachers for national Teacher Appreciation Day! Thank you to Mrs. Craft and her team of homeroom parents for making them feel so special and loved! A special thank you to Mrs. Kindell, mother of Tyrone in the early Learners class, for the delicious homemade and decorated cookies. She and Tyrone hand delivered them to everyone on staff! I highly

Principal's Updates - 5/3/19

Dear Families, What a wonderful, enriching week we had here at our great school. Thank you for your participation and support of our annual Walk for Haiti. This is such a great event! Monday several Middle School students and I attended a talk at the Saint Pope John Paul Columbia campus by the well know speaker Jason Evert. Jason is the creator of The Chastity Project. We are grateful to the Archdiocese of Boston for offering this opportunity to our students. Thanks to Mrs. Gamere, Charlie and Josh's mother, I was able to take the 5-8th graders on a walking field trip to the jubilee Church to experience the Compassion Experience. The Compassion Experience is an interactive experience was

Service Project Updates - 5/1/19

Pictures from today’s field trip to the Compassion Project. The students learned about the experiences of children in underprivileged areas of the world. They gained even more compassion for those less fortunate than themselves.

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