Tiger Times

San Felipe de Neri School 9-27-17

MobyMax

Last year, our school was awarded the CenturyLink Grant for $1,500.00. We used the grant monies to subscribe our school to an online education program, MobyMax.

Our school will begin using this program to support students' skills in math and language arts. In addition, to these subject areas, MobyMax does include science and social studies.


MobyMax differentiates the lessons, skills, and games based on the needs of each student. This helps to ensure that students practice the skills they need to work on without spending time on skills they have already mastered.

Students who attended our Summer Learning Enrichment program piloted the program for us. They LOVED it! It includes exciting elements, such as collecting badges and game time, to encourage the students to practice their skills.


The best part about our new on-line program is that students can use it at home. Parents can check on student progress at any time.

Please ask your child's teacher if you have questions about MobyMax.


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Feed the Hungry

This Saturday, the Archdiocese is hosting a Feed the Hungry Day at Holy Family Parish. All are invited! The details are included on the flier.

Students are asked to please bring cereal, pasta, a canned vegetable, or any other food item listed on the flier to be given to families in need. Thank you for your help.

http://asfmercyendures.org/

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End of the Month Fees

Please note, all fees on Sycamore (i.e. sports, planners, after care, lunch, etc.) that are not paid by the end of each month, will be applied to the family's FACTs account. Should you have any questions, please come in, Pass.A.Note, call, or e-mail myself (apowledge@sanfelipedenerischool.org) or Mrs. Lujan (tlujan@sanfelipedenerischool.org)