The winner of this year’s National Geographic Geography Bee at Ste Jeanne d’Arc School is seventh grader Abigail Linskey. Abigail’s win started by “bee-ing” first in her grade then going on to defeat the top students from the fifth, sixth, and eighth grades.
We are proud to announce our November students of the month. They are front row: Zachary Mackland-Rivera, Keerthi Kondaveeti, Kyle Chmielewski, Alani Colon, Anindita Gray, and Sarada Koppana; second row: Miranda Strunk, Alexia Clermont, Nevian Colon-Diaz, Maanya Patel, Isabella Richard, and Garv Panwar; back row: Isha Macha, Isha Swarray, Eleni Clermont, Abigail Dick, Victoria Mwaurah, Margaret Pham and Elizabeth Hughes. Congratulations on your achievements and keep up the great work!
Today we celebrate Sister Préscille’s 40th anniversary as Principal of Ste Jeanne d’Arc School. To mark this special occasion we have planned a day of surprises. Stay tuned to the website and Facebook for images from today’s celebration.
The following students have been recognized for their outstanding academic achievements during the month of October. They are front row: Sofia Gutierrez, Aaditya Bhardwaj, Jasmine Floro, Elayna Braganza, Sophia Leon, Brianna Correia and Alexander Meuse; second row: Laasya Vemparala, Brody Dick, Robert Sheehan, Arnav Lele, Brianna Karasha, Osinachi Nwabueze, and Isabel-Rose Beale; back row: Abigail Linskey, Zara Kadiri, Eryn Ward, Ishaan Dwivedi, and Lauren Woodhead. Congratulations and keep up the great work!
We are pleased to announce eighth grader Eleni Clermont, seventh grader Mikayla Eath, and sixth grader Annalise Stangroom were named to the 2016-2017 Class of Peter Lynch Scholars. A Mass and breakfast reception was held at Our Lady Help of Christians Parish in Newton, Massachusetts to induct this year’s class of scholars.
We are excited to announce that the results of our students’ performance on NWEA standardized tests placed them significantly above archdiocesan and national norms. Ste Jeanne d’Arc’s students demonstrated the greatest improvement and highest achievement in the Archdiocese of Boston on NWEA's Measure for Academic Progress (MAP) exams in reading, language usage, mathematics, and science for the 2015-16 school year.
Enterprise Bank’s Celebration of Excellence recognizes individuals and organizations that make a difference in their community and in the lives of others. Enterprise Bank presents awards in the following categories: Educator of the Year, Business of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, Community Service of the Year, Corporate Philanthropy of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year and the George L. Duncan Award of Excellence.
Seventh graders Eleni Clermont and Zara Kadiri have been selected for the 2016 Catholic School Honor Band. "These students represent the best of the best musicians from area schools" said Lou Varuzzo, Director of Education for Paul Effman Music. Eleni plays trumpet and Zara plays the saxophone. Both girls have been members of SJA’s band program for five years.
March Madness means something completely different at Ste Jeanne d’Arc School – it’s when our students turn into mad scientists in preparation for the annual science fair. Students at all grade levels compete and are recognized for achievements on their individual science projects. Demonstrating their knowledge of the scientific method and conducting experiments to prove their hypothesis and make conclusions. Experiments in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Sciences are all represented.
Every year schools across the United States participate in the National Geographic Bee. The contest is designed to inspire students to be curious about the world. Ste Jeanne d’Arc School has been participating in the Geography Bee for many years.
New families interested in Ste Jeanne d'Arc School can attend an Open House today between 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. Tours will be available. School staff will be available to answer questions. Feel free to drop by. RSVP appreciated to our Director of Admissions at email@example.com.
Second Term evaluations will be sent home this week.
No band lessons this afternoon.
Father Daughter Dance
An elegant event at Salvatore’s in Lawrence, MA. Tickets are $20 per person and include a full buffet dinner and dancing. A photographer and cash bar will be available. Please look for the registration and picture order form to come home with your daughter.