Grade 1 students utilized all of the knowledge they have learned about measuring this year to participate in the St. Anne Annual Math Measurement Olympics. Beginning with the parade of nations and the lighting of the Olympic caldron, students participated in activities that measured distance in inches and centimeters throwing javelins/straws and shot put/cotton balls. Distance and height were measured in feet in the long jump and the high jump.
Today’s assembly recognized 36 outstanding St. Anne students as K-notable Knights. The K-notable Knights program encourages students to live out the Mission and Values on which St. Anne School was founded. Find out who were the Christ-centered students celebrated at the assembly.
This week, 44 St. Anne Middle School students were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. NJHS is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize the outstanding work and dedication of middle school students. More than just an honor roll, NJHS serves to honor those students who demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship. To become a member, a middle school student must excel in all of these areas.
From hula hooping to singing, the Kindergarten through Grade 2 Talent Show was an amazing display of talent from our young Knights. Last Friday, 23 brave Lower School students took to the Queen of Life stage to wow parents, fellow students, faculty, and staff with routines they have been practicing for weeks.
The St. Anne School HarmonKnights have brought home the gold once again. This past weekend, the HarmonKnights attended the Music in the Parks Competition at Disneyland. Schools from all over the western United States from Colorado, New Mexico, Washington, Arizona, and California competed. The HarmonKnights took first place, Superior; and Best Overall triumphing over all seven middle schools at the competition. And, grade 8 student Lexi Schmidt won Best Vocalist out of all of the middle schools in attendance.