Summer shouldn’t mean taking a break from learning, especially reading. Studies show that most students experience a loss of reading skills over the summer months, but children who continue to read will gain skills.
Congratulations to our eighth graders who graduated on Friday, May 19th! Best wishes to all of the graduates as they begin their high school careers!
Congratulations to our second graders who received their First Holy Communion on April 29th and our eighth graders who received the gifts of the Holy Spirit through the Sacrament of Confirmation on May 14th at the New Cathedral!
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at La Festa this Sunday, May 7th from noon to 6. The weather looks great! We hope to see you there!
The next few weeks of school will be packed with many activities. Please be sure to check Fast Direct to keep up with grades, homework, and activities listed on teachers’ bulletin boards.
Here at St. Ambrose, we have a few things we can do to support a child with anxiety. Did you know that we have standing desks in all of our classrooms? How about the mini trampoline in the penthouse? Mrs. Horner and Mrs. Grellner have tools that can be utilized in the classrooms.
Thanks to all who volunteered at this year’s Middle School Trivia Night! The students had a great time and the evening was a success!
Open registration is continuing. Please contact the school office if you have any questions or submit an online tour request form if you would like to learn more about St. Ambrose School.
A special note of thanks to our Eighth Graders who helped with the St. Joseph skit: Richard, Lucas, Dianeth, Jocelyn, and Mark. It was a fabulous afternoon for those who were able to make it. The proceeds help St. Ambrose School. Thanks to the many who volunteered for this special tradition.
Thanks to everyone who helped with and attended the Mostaccioli Dinner on Sunday! It was a huge success and the biggest ever! It will help to continue to keep tuition affordable at St. Ambrose School.