St. Cecilia’s had an enjoyable day making memories on April 22nd. Some classes combined their memory day with Earth Day, while others made memories through literature.
Kindergarten had a Dino-riffic day, becoming Paleontologists. After a dinosaur story and exploring bones and fossils, each student excavated their own dinosaurs from eggs!
First grade brought out the bubbles.
Second grade took a look at land habitats and students created their own shoe box diorama of their favorite habitat.
Third graders became stewards of the Earth promising to care for Mother Earth. They went outside trash bags in hand and picked up trash around the school building.
The inquisitive minds of fourth grade, took the Oil Spill cleanup STEM Challenge.
Fifth grade made memories on a scavenger hunt, looking for lost items from the novel, “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe”.
Sixth grade remembered the Holocaust.
Our seventh and eighth graders made memories weeding the flowers beds of the school on Westfield Avenue.
An enjoyable day was had by all, learning and thinking outside the box!