St. Ephrem Eagle: Issue 20 – 4/13/19

St. Ephrem presents The Eagle.

The weekly newsletter to keep you up to date on all the highlights of the past week of learning.

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Kindergarten Registration

Our Kindergarten has become so popular we are looking to open up a second class.  If you know anyone interested please have them give us a call and stop by for a tour. 

Registration info

Author Jenna Gavigan Visits St. Ephrem

First-time author Jenna Gavigan came to speak with our students about her new book, Lulu the Broadway Mouse. We are delighted to have her come visit as a part of our visiting author series.  Students listened attentively and asked inquisitive questions. Thanks, Jenna and good luck to you!

 

Career Day 2019

The students enjoyed the first day of Catholic Schools Week by learning about all the different jobs that their parents do. Big thank you to all those who came out to share their stories with our students. 

Author Visit – Jenna Gavigan 2/4

St. Ephrem Catholic Academy is happy to continue our visiting author program with a visit from author Jenna Gavigan.  Her debut novel Lulu the Broadway Mouse was just released this past October. Students will get a chance to interact and ask questions from this up and coming children author. We are excited to welcome her to our school. 

Van Gogh Gallery – 5th grade

Original Work: Road with Cypress and Star

Road with Cypress and Star

Artist: Caitlyn Castro

 

 

 

 

 

 

Road with Cypress and Star

Artist: Maria Hlinka

 

 

 

 

Road with Cypress and Star

Artist: Olivia Mone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Original Work: Sunflowers

 

St. Ephrem represents at the NYC marathon

On Sunday our physical education teacher, Claudia Nigro, and our title 1 math teacher, Camille Manolfi, were joined by some of our parents and ran the NYC marathon.  The grueling race that spans 26.2 miles is the must run event for all long-distance runners.  we are happy to be home to so many participants and applaud their dedication and hard work.  Congratulations!  

 

Did you know?  The distance of 26.2 miles is a nod to Greek history, the first marathon commemorated the run of the soldier Pheidippides from a battlefield near the town of Marathon, Greece, to Athens in 490 B.C. to announce the defeat of the Persians to the Athenians at the Battle of Marathon.