Mrs. Barnick- Music
THE PERFORMING ARTS DEPARTMENT WILL BE PRESENTING THE MUSICAL “BEAUTY AND THE BEAST” IN APRIL.
AUDITION PACKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE OUTSIDE MRS. BARNICK’S CLASSROOM ON FRIDAY MORNING. THE AUDITION PERMISSION SLIPS MUST BE TURNED IN BEFORE A STUDENT IS ALLOWED TO AUDITION. NON-CHOIR STUDENTS, GRADES 4TH THROUGH 8TH, MAY AUDITION FOR A SPEAKING PART ONLY. THE AUDITIONS WILL BE HELD IN MRS. BARNICK’S CLASSROOM ON JANUARY 28, 29 & 30 WITH CALL BACKS (A LIST WILL BE ON THE MUSIC CLASS BULLETIN BOARD) ON JANUARY 31, FROM 3 TO 4:30. COME TO MRS. BARNICK WITH ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE.
Kindergarten – Mrs. S. Swanson
Kindergarten is working with symmetry this week using glitter to show how the halves match up! We love winter snowflakes and learned through Mystery Science that they are all different when looking closely under microscopes, yet have a line of symmetry!
2nd Grade – Mrs. DeLacey and Ms. B. Dingens
In Mrs. DeLacey’s and Ms. Dingens’ Second Grade this week we were really focusing on Martin Luther King Jr. and recognizing his heroism. We wrote ‘I had a dream’ speeches where we had reflected on current issues in today’s world, discussed what it means to be a hero, and learned that the time is always right to do what is right!
6th Grade – Mrs. B. Collins
6th grade classes found the probability and odds of skittles colors.
7th Graders – Ms. E. Yovich
Seventh graders are hard at work presenting their Science Fair speeches to their peers in preparation for the 32nd Annual Science Fair on January 25, 2019. Families will be able to see the students’ projects during Open House during Catholic School’s Week to see all the hard work our Junior High Scientists have been working on all year!
8th Grade – Mrs. Rosenberger – Social Studies
The 8th graders in Mrs. Rosenberger’s social studies classes have begun the Stock Market Game. It is an online simulation that engages students in investing and personal finance. Students will be working in teams and competing against other schools in our region over the next few months.
LEADERSHIP TRAINING PROGRAM
Do you think that the world needs better leaders? Leaders with integrity and honor who boldly reflect the love and truth of Christ? SO DO WE!
For more than a decade, the Leadership Training Program (LTP) has trained high schoolers to serve as mentors to students in grades 4-8. The LTP experience develops important skills: public speaking, mentoring, organization, time management, and teamwork. Under the general supervision of adult leaders, the mentors organize and conduct weekly sessions during which they give presentations and lead discussions about virtues, values, and other key aspects of our Christian faith.
LTP is coordinated and supervised by volunteer adult leaders from the parish: Randy Schmidt, Dennis Cortes, Terence Smith, and Ted Venegas.
Where: Marian Catholic High School’s Leadership Center
When: Sundays from January 20th through February 24th
Time: 10:15 am—11:45 am
Cost: a $40 fee covers insurance and all program expenses
You can register at the first session on January 20th (please arrive a few minutes early). For more information or to preregister online, follow us on Facebook and Instagram: @LTPsouthland