Academic highlights this week at OMC
PreK 3 is delving into “all things science.” The children are categorizing foods
that we eat (celery, carrots, basil, even broccoli) into what part of the plant they are.
Pre K 4 are learning about insects! Can you tell the difference between
an animal and an insect?
Kindergarten We are reading the book “Chameleon, Chameleon” and starting to learn how to write reports.
First-grade students are learning in ELA infer/predict, long a, and conclusions. In Religion, how families share love and in math are learning picture and bar graphs.
Second-grade students are preparing to receive the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist this Saturday, God Bless our students.
Third-grade students are writing personal narratives, creating picture and bar graphs, identifying main ideas and details in informational texts.
Fourth-grade students are learning how to use protractors in math and writing opinion pieces about why we should have more recess.
Fifth-grade students are researching aspects of Canada and working with partners to create an informational brochure! In Religion, and are learning how life is precious, and in math are converting standard and metric measurements.
Sixth-grade students is learning about Ancient Mesopotamia China. In Religion, sixth grade is learning about the Kings of Israel as well as exploring volume and surface area of prisms and pyramids.
Seventh grade students are illustrating the Ten Amendments and the Bill of Rights, polishing and presenting student-written Titanic Sagas as well as
the circulatory and digestive systems will be modeled with a mannequin.
Eighth-grade students are preparing for their final performance of the King Lear projects. We are working toward the completion of yearbook pages, due for submission next week. They are also is creating propaganda posters for minute men speeches for World War I. And in math, benchmarks-review of the entire year!
Spring school uniform or OMC gym uniform
may be worn until the end of the academic year.
“We are keeping our children as young
as we can for as long as we can!”
Have a beautiful OMC day!