St. Ambrose students in the younger grades have been celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday over the last week. They have read together, completed STEM challenges, and done Seuss-themed math and writing.
Congratulations to our 6th grade girls basketball time won their division championship on Sunday afternoon!
Some of our 5th graders have been participating in Junior Achievement as an after school activity and were able to attend the JA BizTown to experience life in the “real world.”
Don’t forget to stop by Monsignor Bommarito’s Mostaccioli Dinner this Sunday, March 4th, from noon to 6pm in the school cafeteria! Proceeds benefit the St. Ambrose Forever Endowment Fund. Tickets are available in advance at the school office and rectory and at the door on the day of. The flyer and all the details are in this week’s Monday Memo.
It’s been a busy week at St. Ambrose and our students have enjoyed a wide variety of events and activities. From participating in a classmate’s baptism to supporting a parish organization, the students have had many engaging opportunities. To learn all that has been happening and is coming up, check out this week’s Monday Memo.
Congrats to our 8th graders on acceptance into their first choice schools and to Matteo and Emma on their individual achievements in the spelling bee and essay contest!
This year’s Catholic Schools Week was a fun filled week of celebration for everyone at St. Ambrose! Thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate all that Catholic education has to offer!
Catholic Schools Week is off to a great start at St. Ambrose School following our fantastic Open House. Parents and students gave tours of the school and the teachers provided insight and demonstrations in their classrooms. Everyone is looking forward to a fun filled week.
St. Ambrose students have been having some wintertime fun. The fifth graders took a trip to Alton to see the eagles and the Pre-K4 classes made an indoor snowman and made observations about the changes it underwent.
St. Ambrose has invited a representative from the MOST 529 program to help explain how to use this new benefit to pay for tuition. The representative will be at St. Ambrose on January 24 in the cafeteria. The presentation will begin at 6:30 PM.
St. Ambrose students have returned to school after the Christmas break and are working hard in the third quarter. To learn more about what is happening at St. Ambrose check out this week’s Monday Memo for January 8, 2018.