Kindergarten commemorates the Last Supper
Dionysios from grade 5 donating Harvey the chocolate bunny to nursery and PK for their participation and top earnings in the read-a-thon!
Dionysios from grade 5 donating Harvey the chocolate bunny to nursery and PK for their participation and top earnings in the read-a-thon!
Fifth grade reads to first grade.
Fifth grade reads to first grade.
Fifth grade and kindergarten celebrate spring!
Fifth grade and kindergarten celebrate spring!
Fifth grade and kindergarten celebrate spring!
STEM Activities - Grades 5-8 (Manhattan College Engineering Ambassadors visit HTCA)
STEM Activities - Grades 5-8
STEM Activities - Grades 5-8
STEM Activities - Grades 5-8
5th Grade Celebrates Mexico!
5th Grade Celebrates Mexico!
5th Grade Celebrates Mexico!
Ring Day!
Ring Day!
1st Grade with Mrs. Alaimo
1st Grade - Stranger Danger Presentation by Officer McGruff and the NYPD
1st Grade - Stranger Danger Presentation by Officer McGruff and the NYPD
Pre-K September 2018
PreK Nov 2018
PreK
Ms. Alaimo's 1st Grade
Third Grade - September 2018
3rd Grade with their buddy class (8th Grade)
Third Grade with their buddy class (8th Grade)
Third Grade with their buddy class (8th Grade)
Third Grade - All Saints Day
Third Grade Science Lab
Third Grade - Science Lab
Third Grade - Science Lab
Third Grade - Science Lab
Third Grade - Science Lab
Nursery science experiment—using soap to move food coloring through milk.
Interactive early childhood programs with classroom learning centers
Exceed NYC, NYS, & Diocesan scores on New York State ELA Math exams. plus Math 9 & Earth Science Regents Programs
A nurturing environment built upon the Catholic values of trust, tolerance, respect, love, and compassion

New Study Released!

Catholic schools foster greater self-discipline and self-control in students than public and other private schools according to a new study by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute.

Researchers found: 

•   Students in Catholic schools are less likely to act out or be disruptive than those in other private or public schools. 

•   Students in Catholic schools exhibit more self-control than those in other private schools or public schools. 

•   Students in Catholic schools, regardless of their personal characteristics or backgrounds, exhibit more self-discipline than students in other private or public schools.

 

Click HERE to read the full report.

Please join our parish family during the Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter celebrations this week.  

Congratulations to Ariel, Dominic, and Ava who will be making First Holy Communion on Sunday, April 28th.  We all wish them joy on this next step in their Catholic faith journey.  

We are united in prayer for Sofia. May God hold her in the palm of His hand, and may our Blessed Mother wrap Sofia in her loving embrace.  

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