On a quiet cloudy Wednesday, our Frassati Falcons, from youngest to oldest, settled into moments of focus, loud and wild fun, and small group games. While some preschoolers worked on animal masks, others were busy with imaginative play. Another group of preschool students played a game of chase on the playground, while others stayed busy […]
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Yesterday we announced the full schedule and details for the upcoming Great Outdoors, 2021 Spring FUN-draiser, and we are beyond thrilled to bring this new event to our great community! The spring event is our most successful fundraiser of the year, generating a significant amount of money that helps support both our immediate needs […]
On Wednesday, two groups of students made their way over to St. Mary of the Lake for Reconciliation. While the cold winds made for a brisk walk, the bright sun blessed the church and shined bright throughout the space. The first group at mass was our fifth through eighth-grade students, followed by our second, third, […]
Our kindergarten through fourth-grade students rotate to specialists throughout the week, fully rounding out their STREAM (science, technology, religion, engineering, and math) curriculum. From Spanish and technology to P.E. and music, our Falcons are being challenged in new and exciting ways, keeping them fully engaged each and every day! Recently, in technology, our students have […]
While Pi Day may have taken place while the students were out on spring break, there was no way Mrs. Heinz (our middle school math teacher) was going to let the day go by unrecognized! What is Pi Day you say? Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter […]
Every year on March 2, schools all across America celebrate National Read Across America Day, which also happens to be Dr. Seuss’s birthday. While every grade at Frassati was celebrating this special date, our preschool classes turned the one-day celebration into a weeklong event, and boy was it a fun one! On Monday, Sam invited […]
As we approach the one-year anniversary of last year’s virtual-learning experience, it is hard to not feel in awe of all that this school year has held! From a virtual 5K to a handful of clubs that have been able to meet in-person, to our annual Christmas Concert being recorded and shared via YouTube, to […]
It was with great pride at the start of this academic year that we were able to announce that the Catholic Schools Center of Excellence (CSCOE) selected Frassati Catholic Academy to be a host school for the highly praised Groves Academy, Believe & Read program. Since the launch of this curriculum in September, Believe and […]
How do you teach middle school students to dissect a book? To dig into the plot? To define the roles of the characters? And to look for themes? Some teachers would assign a book report, some a basic Q & A sheet. However, in Mrs. Schmidtbauer’s class, the seventh graders were given a different kind […]
Founded by the National Catholic Education Association in 1974, Catholic Schools Week has been a long-standing tradition that reaches every corner of the United States. Launching every year on the last Sunday in January, Catholic communities gather for special masses, open houses, and various other activities that are for students, families, parishioners, and community members. […]