First grade and eighth grade spent time reading with their buddies, third grade completed a compare and contrast literature activity in the gym, and many more families submitted virtue selfies.
This week the Primary Grades were busy experimenting, spelling, and getting some exercise while working on grammar. St. Ambrose families submitted their selfies from their virtue projects.
Thanks to everyone who came out to support St. Ambrose at the Bocce Tournament. We raised over $4000! Congratulations to this year’s winners, Guy Giudici and Phil Nikolai!
What are Virtue Circles? Circles are a most important part of VBRD. We hold class circles at least twice a month where we pray, talk about the virtues we are studying, and/or issues that the class is working on as a group.
Third and fifth grades went online for classwork and eighth grade traveled outside and into the neighborhood for a time of prayer.
Pre-K through 2nd Grade students along with their parents and grandparents enjoyed a fantastic day at Eckerts Orchard.
The eighth grade has been studying all of the body systems, the organs involved, and how they interact. They used the dissection of a leopard frog to identify and review some of the major organs and systems. Before the hands-on dissection, each student completed a virtual frog dissection on an iPad.
Thanks to everyone who attended St. Ambrose Night at the Ballpark! We had over 300 St. Ambrose family members and friends in attendance to cheer on the Cardinals.
If you listened to any of the coverage from Pope Francis’ visit to the US, you heard the message of tolerance and love, and of welcoming others into the community.
This week St. Ambrose students worked collaboratively on a variety of projects.