Click on the link below to sign up to help out for the Teacher Appreciation Breakfast on May 1st, 2017.
Thank you Bishop Kearney for inviting us to watch your wonderful play. Thank you for sending the buses to transport us. We really enjoyed ourselves!
Sergeant Genier, Sergeant Edwards and Valor visited our preschoolers. They talked about safety, stranger danger and the work that Valor does in his role as a police dog.
The Primary and Intermediate Grades at St. Kateri School were treated to some special visitors. Daisy, an Irish Wolfhound and his “daddy” Firefighter Ralph Rizzo visited St. Kateri Primary Students. Daisy will be visiting often, since she will work as the firehouse dog, as well as a family pet. She will visit our school as she grows so she and the students can become familiar with each other. The students really enjoyed the visit with Firefighter Ralph and Daisy. Daisy not only met the students she even got to meet her first bunny while visiting the 2nd grade.
St. Kateri School held an Easter Candy Sale. The candy, from Niagara Chocolates, was sold by the children, their families and staff members. When the candy arrived…it filled the tables in Room 137. Thanks to dedicated parents and a few helpful students the candy was delivered and is waiting for the Easter Bunny to pick up and deliver to Easter Baskets of the St. Kateri School families! Alexandra, our top seller won a 5 pound chocolate candy bar!
Check out the 5th Graders on Chrome Books. You can find more pictures in a folder, under Staff...Teachers...Computers-Sister Pat.
St. Kateri School enjoyed a fantastic visit from the Rhinos Soccer Team.
Our visitors today included our guest speaker, team captain, Mike Garzi Center Mid player for the Rhinos, their Director of Digital Media and Communications and Scott Miller, the Vice President of Everything for community relations.
Mike Garzi spokeabout his small catholic school roots, having attended a school in Connecticut of 150 student athletes. He was exceptionally kind, smiley and engaging with our entire student body. He shared a very relevant story about being an Upstander. The kids flooded him with enthusiasm, curiosity and questions. He obliged with handshakes, high fives and even a couple of autographs.
We have two students attending our preschool temporarily who recently arrived from Germany. Today they had a visit from our former Physical Education Teacher-Mrs. Schmitz. They seemed excited to be able to listen to her speak to them in German. One responded to Mrs. Schmitz's questions in English...the other responded in German!
Periodically the Sisters of St. Joseph mention our wonderful school, St. Kateri, on their Facebook page. Check out all of the posts they have about our school.