Sixth grade students in Mr. Pickett’s class made Thanksgiving cards for nursing home residents and learned about the first Thanksgiving from the point of view of Massasoit, the Wampanoag chief.
Students enjoy some sunshine during PE playing turkeys and farmers in a Thanksgiving-theme game of tag.
First grade practiced their addition and subtraction facts by pretending to buy food for Thanksgiving. They filled their “shopping bags” with as many items as they could buy for $25!
Preschool had fun last week running a turkey feather relay race in PE class.
PreK has been learning all about Thanksgiving this week and what it means to be thankful. We also made Thanksgiving cards for the residents of Central Baptist Village.
Sixth graders created a city using three-dimensional shapes including prisms and pyramids, as an extension to their study of surface area. Students working from home dropped off their creations to make our class neighborhood complete.
Kindergarten is coloring turkeys and working on identifying things to be thankful for this Thanksgiving and every day!
Students starting another exciting day in the fifth grade! We often start off with some “Morning Work” which often starts off with a riddle, a word search, or some quick thinking math—something to get the brain firing off in the right direction.
Fourth grade has been busy learning about Veterans, what Veteran’s Day commemorates, and how we recognize and celebrate them. The students created their own acrostic poems about Veterans. We are ready and look forward to all that we still have to learn this year!
Mrs. Graca’s Kindergarten students enjoyed the lovely weather last week studying leaves and making crafts with them.
Second graders have been learning about parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs) and onomatopoeia. They also learned about similes and alliteration. They wrote four poems and chose their favorite to revise, edit, and illustrate. Finally, they enjoyed sharing their poems with the class.
A few not-so-scary Halloween scenes spotted around SRB.
Mr. Pickett discusses a book from his classroom library that is set in Lithuania and then shows students where the country is located on a map.
Mrs. Kunath has some Halloween Zoom fun with her eLearners.
Whenever possible, Ms. Maki takes gym class outside, but last week’s wet weather brought some creative indoor fun. Here students play Tic Tac Toe as part of PE Class!
Pachas takes his students outdoors for some fun. As in years past, he is teaching students traditional Latin American dances as part of our Fine Arts curriculum.
First grade is practicing mindful bodies and mindful listening with our school counselor, Ms. Dall. Perhaps our children can show us a thing or two on how to calm our bodies through breathing techniques!
Sixth graders study canyon formation with our e-learners looking on.
Our sixth graders enjoy a great homily from Fr. Scott Donahue as we slowly return back to school masses, one grade at a time.
In Pre-K we have been learning all about community helpers. The children have been enjoying learning about all the different community helpers in our neighborhood such as police officers, firefighters, doctors and more. We learned how important each one is to our community and how hard they work. Thank you to those who have been working extra hard during COVID to help keep us safe.
Seventh graders collaborate on a project with at-home eLearners!
Our gym teacher, Ms. Maki, gets creative when planning socially distance activities for PE! Introducing human foosball. 😂
Though we had new restrictions to work with, our 36th Annual Run-A-Thon was a big success!
Seventh grade students (both in school and eLearners) study blood worms as part of a science project. Cool!
Mrs. Wojcik checks in with our eLearners in our primary grades, meeting with students to review math and reading lessons, help with workbook pages, and practice reading together.
Eighth graders classify organisms into phylums as part of an activity in Life Science.
Meet our new first grade teacher, Ms. Julia Stiber. Welcome to SRB, Ms. Stiber!
Our amazing teachers work with our eLearners right along with the rest of their classmates in school.
Though typically a sixth grade project, COVID prevented this from happening, so here is seventh grade presenting Gods and Goddesses!
Mrs. Grandt’s PreK class shows off their BLUE today during a special color-themed week.
We made it through our first full week in school and it was a hot one! We are grateful for cooler temps ahead and our teachers who are superheroes!
Mrs. Kunath takes her class to the cool “classroom” of Kernaghan Hall to beat the heat.
Our remote learners buckle down at home while still connecting with teachers and students in the classroom. Thank heavens for technology!
Preschool dives in next week! We can’t wait to welcome them back.
Sixth grade spends some time outdoors with a good book.
It may have looked a little different as we welcomed students back responsibly, but it’s going to be a great school year!
That’s a wrap! Our SRB community celebrated the end of the school year with a parking lot parade. Have a great summer!
Congrats to our Kindergarten Graduating Class of 2020!
School staff (including Fr. Neil!) toured the city today honoring each of our eighth graders with a special parade just for them. Congrats to all of our graduates!
Our Kindergarten students had a drive-by graduation today. They are on to great things… and first grade! We are so proud of you!
Though it looks much different this year, we honor and applaud our 17 graduates of the class of 2020. Good luck next year–and we will miss you!
Mrs. Rodriguez fifth grade math class sends their love through Zoom.
Thank you to all our families and staff members who have participated in our Virtual Morning Announcement videos. They bring a smile and sense of normalcy to all our students.
Our eighth graders were honored at a Virtual Ribbon Ceremony this week.
One of our sixth graders has a sense of humor during her Zoom calls with Mrs. Kunath. (Check out the sign in the background.)
Watch our latest Virtual Open House and hear from some of our administrators, teachers, parents and students on their experience at St. Robert Bellarmine and why we may be the perfect fit for your child.
Thanks to remote learning, Mrs. Kunath had the pleasure of seeing one student plus his two older siblings–all of whom she’s taught over the years!
Preschoolers learn about the alphabet through fun crafts and activities sent home daily from Mrs. Belmonte. Great job students (and parents)!
Miss and Mrs. Burzynski gave the students a challenge to see who could build the most impressive home fort. Who will win?
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week! Families and students filled out cards on a Virtual Shout Out Board that was shared with our wonderful teaching staff. We are so appreciative of them, especially for all the extra work they have done to shift their curriculum and lesson plans to accommodate remote learning. THANK YOU SRB TEACHERS!
Kindergarten students show off projects and participate in Gym class.
First graders made tools or toys out of recyclable materials as part of a Science project and presented them to their class. Great job, students!
Third grade students create family banners that represent their culture, heritage and traditions.
PreK is learning all about pond life. Look at this student who took a personal field trip to explore a pond nearby.
School may be quieter than it should be but our school spirit is still alive and well thanks to these beautiful red and white tulips planted outside the main office by Mrs. Horbinski, our Master Gardener.
Second graders show off Easter-themed school projects: dioramas of the Last Supper and baking unleavened bread like Jesus broke with his apostles.
Hallelujah, He is Risen! Happy Easter from our parish family to yours.
Beautiful spring flowers created by our talented students.
Third graders show off photos from a class scavenger hunt using their five senses.
One of our sixth graders sent this message to every teacher at St. Roberts. It’s a great reminder for us all!
Ms. Maki, our gym teacher, suggests routines that the whole family can do together to stay fit while home. These students show us how virtual gym class is done!
Our middle school teacher, Miss Riemschneider, became Mrs. Staggs this week in a small ceremony last week! Many congrats to the happy couple.
These second graders are smiles and serious getting their schoolwork done at home.
One upside of e-learning? You can take your lesson outdoors anytime you want!
Mrs. Schuster’s third graders used tools from home to create models including polygons, triangles, and quadrilaterals as part of a math lesson.
This third grader is all smiles as we kick off Week 3 of E-Learning.
Our PreK students show us what it means to be brave during challenging times.
Sixth graders have fun video conferencing with Mrs. Kunath last week. Who says you can’t have fun while e-learning?
Mrs. Rodriguez uses Zoom to keep in contact with her students during the governor’s order to Shelter in Place.
Students from Mrs. Grandt’s Pre-K show us how e-learning is done! We thank all our teachers, parents, and students for adapting to this unexpected close of our school facility.