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Summer Reading

Reading is an integral part of a student’s learning experience. Middle school reading goals and activities are developed to promote not only reading comprehension skills and vocabulary expansion, but also to enhance the student’s reading pleasure and encourage life-long reading. Summer reading is NOT intended to be a chore! Early Childhood High Frequency Words – […]


Summer Math

This year, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School is requiring all students entering Kindergarten through Eighth Grade to complete summer math homework.  This will ensure we build on this year’s gains and enter the year stronger and ready to work! Students entering Kindergarten through Second Grade will use Reasoning Mind’s Blueprint.  Students entering Third Grade through Fifth […]


EOY Benchmark Testing

In August 2018, Blessed Sacrament began benchmark testing students in Reading and Math to help measure growth.  We are pleased with the overall growth of our students and hope students will remain strong as we enter our end of year testing window. Parents are asked to ensure students have a good night’s sleep and healthy […]


May Project Wisdom

Spring Blessings Bulldogs! We are now accepting student readers for our daily Project Wisdom broadcast messages.  This month’s readers include broadcasts for Asian American Heritage Month, Teacher Appreciation Week, the Anniversary of Brown vs. Board of Education, Mother’s Day, Armed Services Day, Memorial Day and Summer Vacation! If you are interested in reading, take a […]


Spring Standardized Testing

A Good Night’s Sleep To prepare for the Iowa Assessment and Cognitive Abilities Test, we encourage students to get a good night’s sleep.  A student who is rested will perform higher on their standardized test than a student who comes to school without proper sleep.  Other than reading or a few math problems, there is […]


Curriculum Immersion Day

This year, Curriculum Immersion will be held on Wednesday, April 25th.  Students will be learning about the country of India.  We are centering our thematic unit on an ancient religious festival called Holi, also known as the “festival of colors.” Throughout the day, students will be exploring and learning about various topics such as the […]


A Midsummer Night’s Dream

This year, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School began a intermediate writing program focusing on William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. The program also created a partnership between Blessed Sacrament and the San Antonio Symphony. Take a look at this short documentary video about the program. A special thank you to Ms. Gonzalez and our Fourth & […]


Dr. Seuss Week

Each year, schools across the United States of America celebrate National Read Across America Week! The week concludes with Dr. Seuss’ birthday celebrated on March 2nd.  Blessed Sacrament Catholic School will once again participate in this national celebration on Monday, February 26th – March 2, 2018. Dr. Seuss-ify yourself this week! All students are invited […]


March Project Wisdom

March Blessings Bulldogs! We are now accepting student readers for our daily Project Wisdom broadcast messages.  This month’s readers include broadcasts for Brain Awareness Week, Ethics Awareness Month, International Listening Awareness, National Youth Art Month, National Youth Violence Prevention Week, National Women’s History Month, Read Across America Day and St. Patrick’s Day!. If you are […]

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