Even though we are temporarily apart from each other we are still one family. In this gallery we will highlight members of the St. Michael’s Catholic Academy Family as we continue to learn and grow together.
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The SMCA preschoolers, teachers, and administrators had the opportunity to share some living things they have in their house, through a video conference. They showed and talked about their pet cats, dogs, and also about plants (i.e. parts of a plant and the life cycle of the plants). The students knew the differences between living and non-living things. They are learning these concepts very well!
Like all of the students at SMCA, our preschoolers have been busy at work during the Easter break. They truly remind us of the meaning of Easter: a new beginning, hope, and happiness.
Today, during our fourth week of remote learning, the Pre-K classes held a Show and Tell video conference! The students and teachers shared their works of art and favorite toys related to the Living and Non-Living Things unit of study. We saw a display of plants, stuffed animals, trucks, and other toys and also drawings of pets, parts of a plant and the life cycle of a plant. Good job SMCA!!
Week 3 of remote learning has come and gone! During this week, we held a live video conference and got to see and greet each other! Our preschoolers are learning about Living and Non-living Things. We invite you to see their work displayed on the classes’ collages! Thank you to the teachers, students and parents for working as a team and for making this week a complete success!.
Kindergarten studied plants and drew pictures of our important community workers
and the special work they do everyday to keep us safe
The SMCA Pre-K classes had a live video conference today. Students, parents, teachers, and school administrators shared a wonderful and productive time together. The response was astounding! We are looking forward to repeat this experience soon!
“Week 2 of remote learning at SMCA was a tremendous success! We are proud of our staff, students, and their families for their hard work and dedication. Keep up the great work SMCA!! We can do this together!“