FEBRUARY 19, 2021
DEAR ACADEMY FAMILIES
We had TWO Open Houses in January and I have had numerous families communicate to me how impressed they were of our 8th grade students that conducted tours and answered questions. As a principal, I am very pleased with the fact that we are graduating 8th grade students who are confident and are able to engage with exemplary communication skills. Our 2021 graduating class will be a class that will ask questions and continue with inquiry based forms of learning. I also love, that we are a very strong faith based community. Several of our teachers begin class with prayer each day and we are focused on our stewardship to our God.
There is something truly magical about The Academy of St. Bartholomew. Why? We are a family, not just an outstanding academic institution. Love, kindness, humility and honesty are clearly communicated by all members of OUR Academy family. When you walk through our hallways and into our classrooms there is no mistaking the fact that our students are very happy and are filled with JOY!
God Bless each and every one of our families as together we continue on our Lenten journey.
Chrystal L. Manos
FIRST GRADE CREATIVE PUPPETRY
PRESCHOOL SIGHT WORDS
PRESCHOOL SOLVING PUZZLES
EIGHTH GRADE CATHOLIC ACCEPTANCE
Abbey Konjura- St. Joseph Academy
Josie Edwards- Walsh Jesuit High School
Sandy Keryacos- Medtrack Padua Franciscan High School
Nicholas Fiorilli- St. Ignatius High School
John Sholtis- St. Ignatius High School
Louis Dondeti- Padua Franciscan High School
Athanasius Fischer- Holy Name High School
Chase Jozity- Holy Name High School
Kristen Maurer- Holy Name High School
Allison Spinhirn- Holy Name High School
Ayden Valore- St. Edward High School
Anthony Noar- St. Edward High School
RIGHT TO READ WEEK- GOING TO BE AMAAAAZING!!!!
MARCH 1-4, 2021
SPARKLE SQUAD DONATION DRIVE
SIXTH GRADE LAB ON EROSION AND WEATHERING IN OUR SCIENCE LAB
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