Teacher Info


de la Pena, Mrs. and Mrs. Andres - Middle School Language Arts  (Send e-mail)


Important Dates

6/11/2015
Awards Ceremony (11:00 am in the church)

6/12/2015
Last Day of School (1:00 pm Dismissal)


This week in class

Monday
5: Read for 30 minutes.
Complete questions from literature book.

6: Read for 30 minutes.
Complete vocabulary worksheet.
Complete questions from literature book.

7: Read for 30 minutes.
Complete questions from literature book.


Tuesday
5: Read for 30 minutes.
Complete questions from literature book.

6: Read for 30 minutes.
Complete questions from literature book.

7: Read for 30 minutes.
Complete questions from literature book.




Wednesday
5: Dress up for Thursday's awards ceremony.
Read for 30 minutes.
Complete questions from literature book.

6: Dress up for Thursday's awards ceremony.
Read for 30 minutes.
Study vocabulary.
Complete questions from literature book.

7: Dress up for Thursday's awards ceremony.
Read for 30 minutes.
Complete questions from literature book.


Thursday
4th-7th Grades: Awards Ceremony at 11:00 am in the church
All students should dress up (slacks, polo shirt, button up shirt, tie (optional), blouse, skirt, dress, dress shoes).


Friday
8:00 am Mass and PK/K Ceremony
9:30 am Field Day at Russell Square Park (Permission slip required.)


Downloads List

Confirmation Service Hours Form [3/5/2015]

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