Mrs. Pender - Room 306 - Grade 6 Homeroom and Religion, Grade 5-8 Science


CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK CELEBRATIONS ARE HERE!

Wow! the school year is half over already!

As we begin this third quarter, please remember that this is not a race to the finish, but an opportunity to always do the best you can in all things! Success isn't a matter of whether you can or you can't, it's how often you are willing to get up and try again! Success means having failed and learned from that failure! It takes GRIT and DETERMINATION to succeed!

As a very wise student helped me remember through a colorful gift, "Mistakes are proof that you are trying!" We all make mistakes, and we grow through them. Be willing to get messy, make mistakes, and get out there to explore and learn!

Peace,
Mrs. P


Calendar for the Week of 05/20/18
Here's what's going on in our class this week.
For our monthly calendar go to our calendar page.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday -Grade 7/8 (Sts. Anne and Joachim) Assessment
-Grade 7/8 (Sts. Scholastica and Benedict) Assessment
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Assignments This Week
The following assignments are DUE this week. To view all assignments, click here.
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

IC Core Values

Immaculate Conception School welcomes and loves all while nurturing God’s gifts within us. We believe that we must always: • Respect others • Respect authority • Respect property • Display responsibility • Display appropriate social skills • Display a desire for learning • Promote Christian discipleship and service • Promote a safe environment • Promote kindness

IC Mission - The School of the Immaculate Conception is a Catholic community ministering to the children within the parish and throughout the surrounding neighborhoods. In the name of Jesus Christ, we are dedicated to fostering academic excellence, spiritual growth, and a strong commitment to living Gospel values.

Atomic Kids

Catholic Saints of the Day Videos

Digital Science Fusion
Website access to textbook

Usborne Science Links
This set of links is from the Usborne Science Encyclopedia book. Students need the correct keyword to enter the site.