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2019 Standardized Testing

This year’s Iowa Assessment will be administered to students in First Grade through Eighth Grade on Tuesday, March 26th through Thursday, March 28th.  Third Grade students will take the Listening portion of their Iowa Assessment on Friday, March 29th following Mass.  Students will take the Cognitive Abilities Test on Tuesday, April 2nd and Wednesday, April […]

 

Sr. Eileen Gurecky Library

Greetings from Blessed Sacrament Library! This year we have all been adjusting to many changes in our library, with a new library management system, and with Mrs. Casanova’s assignment now being with the Pre-Kindergartners, rather than working as our library assistant.   However, as George S. Patton reminds us, we “accept the challenges so that [we] […]

 

Prefreshman Engineering Program (PREP)

The San Antonio Texas Prefreshman Engineering Program and University Prefreshman Engineering Program is accepting applications from November 1, 2018 to January 14, 2019.   The online application with instructions is available via: https://future.utsa.edu/prep/prep/ Application notes: The online application for Year 1 is currently available.  Students eligible for Years 2-4 will receive an invitation email with a link […]

 

Red Ribbon Week

The Red Ribbon Campaign was started by the National Family Partnership in 1980 along with a handful of concerned and determined parents who were convinced they should begin to play a leadership role in youth drug prevention.  This week, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School will have special activities to educate our students on the dangers of […]

 

October Project Wisdom

During the month of October, our Project Wisdom beings to focus on respect. For our elementary students, the theme is – Making the World a Better Place.  Our middle school students will be geared towards Making a Difference! As a Catholic elementary school, we have the duty and obligation to help students see the importance […]

 

September Project Wisdom

During the month of September, our Project Wisdom beings to focus on respect. For our elementary students, the theme is – I Respect You. I Respect Me.  Our middle school students will be geared towards respecting themselves and others. As a Catholic elementary school, we have the duty and obligation to help students see the […]

 

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 […]

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