This spring, St. Anne adopted a new literacy program for all elementary students that will be utilized this coming fall at the start of the 2017-2018 school year. Leveled Literacy Intervention by Fountas and Pinnell is a powerful intervention and enrichment program that provides intensive, small group instruction and assists students to become successful readers using engaging leveled books and systematically designed lessons.
St. Anne School after school programs ended this week showcasing the developed talents of many students. The Strategic Kids Junior Magician class welcomed parents, faculty, and staff to see several junior magicians preform their favorite magic tricks from the session including the color wand illusion, the cup and ball magic trick, and many more. All participants received a fun magic trick as a gift at the end of class.
The St. Anne School non-competitive Future Problem Solving team showcased their experience with their families on Wednesday. The grade 3 students, and two grade 4 students, performed skits which conveyed the components of their group action plans.
As part of their monthly activity in April, Pack 872 Cub Scouts and their families were treated to an amazing tour of the famed USS Iowa from fore (front) to aft (back) and all places in-between. The Cub Scouts took full advantage to learn all about the history and various systems of the battleship.