Please share with your friends and neighbors– the more the merrier!!
The Coronavirus can’t stop us from celebrating Easter with the traditional Easter Egg Hunt! Blessed Sacrament is inviting Midland churches and the entire community to participate in this germ-free Easter Egg Hunt! Here’s how to participate:
Decorate or color paper Easter eggs at home with your family. Be creative! If you’d like one ready to color, click here or here.
Tape them on your front door or in your windows before you go to bed on Saturday, April 11! (You can do as many as you like!)
Walk or drive around Midland anytime from Easter Sunday to Sunday, April 19, and see how many Easter eggs you can spot!
Want to be eligible to win an Easter prize? Please post a picture on the Blessed Sacrament Facebook page of your family hunting for eggs and how many you found or submit them through the form below. Three families will be randomly drawn from all of the participants. We’ll contact winners by Monday, April 20.
Second grade had a great 100’s Day! We all know the importance of exercise to keep our bodies strong. So, we decided to do 10 repetitions of 10 different exercises to build body strength. We also had a “Live” word find. The students were able to go around the school with their papers and clipboards to search out 100 words. Finally, we are working on 100 Act of Kindness.
The second grade has been studying frogs. We have integrated Science and our Reading story “Frogs,” an expository nonfiction story. We have completed in-class diagrams, comparing differences of frogs and toads, and have had Mr. B. come in and share his information and pet toad, “Mr. Lumpy.”
WE LOVE READER’S THEATER!!! The second grade enjoys plays and being able to bring stories to life. The story the students acted out was “The Magic Snowman.” All students took part to recreate this wonderful story. Thank you Mrs. Pasek and Mrs. York!!!
Catholic School’s Week was great fun at Blessed Sacrament. BRAVO to our Parent School Association (PSA) members, staff, and students for making it so fantastic! Highlights included our Shine Parade, Carnival / Dance, Reader’s Theater with the Amazing Angela Pasek, and lots of yummy food and great company!
Last Friday, during Computer Science Education Week, every class at Blessed Sacrament School participated in Hour of Code by creating their own game/program from beginning to end. The Hour of Code is a global movement to show that anybody can learn the basics of computer programing. The kids did a great job and were proud of their creations.
At Blessed Sacrament School we are able to teach computer coding basics at different levels for every grade throughout the year. This was a fun event to tie in some of the things we have learned and will continue to learn throughout the year.