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The Triduum

    During the Holy Week, the children are being prepared thoughtfully, prayerfully to embrace the Paschal Mystery of Jesus Christ with a gracious heart. The children are taught to be able to understand the liturgies of Palm Sunday and the Triduum.  The children are in memory of the Suffering, Death and Resurrection of Christ […]

 

Dino-Mite

Through a class discussion, the Kindergarten class discovered that they share a love of dinosaurs. So, the students spent the last few weeks learning about six different dinosaurs. They worked in small groups and dug deep (researched) to learn about these amazing creatures from long ago. In the end, they learned interesting facts, made posters […]

 

Alleluia! He Is Risen! Alleluia!

Friends of Blessed Sacrament, One of my favorite Easter stories is a passage illustrating the Risen Christ’s appearance on the road to Emmaus.  Feeling defeated, lonely, confused and scared, the two disciples become amazed at the one man who does not appear to know “of the things that have taken place” in Jerusalem. Once they […]

 

Curious Li’l Minds

This year, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School has entered into a partnership with PK4SA.  In particular, our school has benefited from professional development and resources which have promoted STEAM activities.  The grant allotment has allowed for the purchase of STEAM supplies to support classroom projects. Our Pre-Kindergarten 4 students have been very busy learning about flowers […]

 

Learning Never Ends

The 5th Graders continue to learn about the Seven Sacraments. They completed an interesting lesson on the Gifts and the Fruits of the Holy Spirit. Texas History has become so important to the 4th Graders. They are planning to sponsor a Wax Museum in May and will portray a famous Texas Hero. There is an […]

 

Purple Up Day

On Friday, April, 12, we will have a special opportunity to proudly show our support for our Blessed Sacrament Military Families.  April is Month of the Military Child (MOMC), and we want to recognize and pay tribute to military families and their children for their daily sacrifices, commitment, courage, and unconditional support of our Armed […]

 

History Repeating Itself

Seventh Grade students are utilizing their technology skills by making slides and showing comparisons between the U.S. Revolution and the Texas Revolution with Google Slides and Microsoft Power Point.  This is an important project for the Seventh Grade class, because it prepares and gives insight ahead of  next year’s Eighth Grade Social Studies – U.S. […]

 

Blessed’s Word Collectors

  This week in the library we are continuing to celebrate poetry month and our love of words with Peter H. Reynolds’ beautiful picture book, The Word Collector.  The younger students have enjoyed many of his stories, most notably The Dot, the inspiration behind Dot Day in September.  After enjoying the story together, students became […]

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