This week in STEAM, the Fourth Grade continued working on completing circuits. This time they were to make their circuits follow the path of Lewis and Clark on a map.
Thanks to all who were able to make it to blessing of the labs on Sunday. It was a great day for us as a school community to be able to thank God for the many generous people who helped to build this area for our students.
Congratulations to all the students who were recognized at the Awards Mass on November 3rd! Our virtue for second quarter is silence.
St. Ambrose students have been busy studying a variety of art concepts and creating their own masterpieces.
Halloween fun at St. Ambrose included exciting STEM projects and a fun night at Trunk or Treat!
Teaching your children to read is a job we take very seriously at St. Ambrose. Have you ever thought about what goes into learning to read?
Third Grade Third grade got a visit from students in the dental hygienists program at Missouri College. They learned how to take care of their teeth, what to expect when you visit the dentist, and what foods and drinks are friendly for our teeth. Fourth Grade While all St. Ambrose students are exposed to… Read more »
Report cards, test results and parent conferences are all coming up. This week’s Monday Memo has tips on understanding test results as well as pictures from the middle school field trip to the Pilgrimage of Mercy.
A special thanks to Veronica Gregory and Ava Consiglio who held a lemonade stand. They donated the money to St. Ambrose. It is wonderful to have such great students here at St. Ambrose.
During the second quarter our virtue will be silence. With our many areas of technology and the many demands that are placed on us daily, it is important for us to teach our students the value of this virtue.