All I Really Need To Know I Learned In Kindergarten

by Robert Fulghum

These are the things I learned:

Share everything.

Play fair.

Don't hit people.
Put things back where you found them.
Clean up your own mess.
Don't take things that aren't yours.
Say you're sorry when you hurt somebody.
Wash your hands before you eat.
Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you.
Live a balanced life -
Learn some and think some
And draw and paint and sing and dance
And play and work everyday some.
Take a nap every afternoon.
When you go out into the world

 Watch out for traffic,

                                                                                                                                         Hold hands and stick together.
                                                                                                                                               Be aware of wonder.

As a Catholic school community, we believe that through modeling kindness, forgiveness, and compassion, we can make a difference in God's world.  We believe all children should feel safe, loved, and inspired throughout their academic and spiritual journey to be passionate learners and live Christ-centered lives.

  Our Star Student this week   
           will be Sofia!

Special thanks to Natalie's Mom for coming in to share her favorite books with the class!


Monday - Music
                Mrs. O'Brien
Tuesday - Gym 
                 Mr. Wagner
                 Mrs. Dugan
Wednesday - Art
                    Mr. Robinson
Thursday - Spanish
                  Mrs. Wilgan
Friday -  Gym
               Mr. Wagner

~ We will make every effort to go out for recess each day
 ( weather permitting) please dress the children with hats, mittens and nice warm coats!
Parents of girls might consider having them wear bicycle shorts under their uniforms to help prevent some embarrassing 
moments during our very active days.
~ Keep pencil sharpeners, colored pencils, markers, extra crayons, special scissors  folders and extra school supplies at home. We have very tearful children when their special items get lost or broken. Perhaps you can save these items to use for homework!
                 Week of April 23, 2018                                      
                                                  ELA ~ If You could Go To Antarctica

                                                    Handwriting ~ Ee
                                                    Math ~ Money                

                                                    Religion ~ We Care For God's Earth
                                                                     The Armor of God

                                                    Science ~ Earth Day

                                  STUDY SPELLING WORDS FOR FRIDAY''S TEST
                                            is, to, for
                                           Monday ~ Practice page for new word here

                                           Tuesday ~ Math Workbook pages 105,106

                                 Wednesday ~  Practice page for new word go
                                 Thursday ~ Math Workbook pages 107 - 110  



Please be sure to frequently check the school website and also read the Constant Contact Newsletter that is emailed to you each week. It contains information regarding school activities and special events.

  Graduation Statue Pictures
     Monday April 23rd

          Field Trip
         Tues. May 29th
    Rain date Mon. June 4th

   Food Pantry Items
      Boxed or Bagged Pasta

     RBS Kindnes Coin          Challenge         
April is a new opportunity to recognize kindness in someone you meet!
Hand out your coins and be sure to post with #RBSKindnessCoinChallenge

Donations always appreciated for our Makerspace :)
beads, binder clips, clay, craft sticks, cotton swabs, empty plastic containers, glue, index cards, paper towel rolls, paper cups, paper plates and bowls, pipe cleaners, pom poms, googly eyes,straws, string, yarn, tape, foil, ziplock bags, batteries ( 9v,aa,aaa, C, D), small lightbulbs, plastic sewing needles, small screwdrivers