Founded in 1915, St. Casimir’s School provides a Christ-centered
Catholic, elementary education for students in preschool through
sixth grade.

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News from Mrs. Bixby

Beyond learning the “Three R’s”, the beginning of a new school year always brings the need for the students to sharpen their organizational skills and focus on practicing good time management. Third grade is a big transition year in other non-subject areas also as the students work hard on writing complete sentences when answering questions and transitioning from the process of learning to read to the skill of reading to learn. The fifth and sixth graders shared their lessons in Social Studies when they performed a short “Reader’s Theater” at a recent Home and School meeting. The play was about the colonists’ efforts to change the Articles of Confederation into a better set of laws which eventually became the Constitution. In teaching Music to all of the students, we cover a wide range of skills including learning musical terms, symbols and history; learning to read music and play recorders and choir chimes and last, but definitely not least, learning new songs!

God Bless, Mrs. Bixby and the Students of SCS

News from Ms. Muench...

DSC08631I have had a wonderful first two weeks of teaching here at St. Casimir’s School and feeling welcomed into the school community. Within my first and second grade classroom, we have had the opportunity to get to know each other in many different ways. We started this new school year with many fun activities, such as painting rocks, making puzzle pieces, and setting our goals. This next week we will be completing our NWEA testing, working on Reading A-Z, and learning about classroom communities. Our favorite classroom project so far has been making our own classroom puzzle for which each student was given a piece of a large blank puzzle that they decorated to represent themselves. When the pieces were completed, the students had to put the puzzle together. Doing so allowed the students to see that each person is a key part in making the puzzle a whole and that God is the center of everything we do.  The statement, “We are each unique and beautiful, but together we are a masterpiece!” perfectly explains our classroom puzzle. 

Submitted by Ms. Muench, SCS teacher

Welcome, Little Angels!

Welcome to St. Casimir's School, Little Angels!  Tuesday and Thursday mornings bring these sweet three-year-old children into our school for their time of fun and learning.  These sessions are wonderful for both . Barnd and the students as they get their first glimpse of the special experiences SCS has to offer them!
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More Blessings...

Want to put a big smile on a teacher's face?  Gift them with decorating their bulletin boards!  While the beginning of a new school year brings so many blessings, it also creates quite a long "to do" list for teachers!  Therefore, it was with grateful hearts that our teachers took in the surprise of having their bulletin boards completed for them.  Shown below are just a few pieces of the wonderful artwork.  Thanks Kristi and Daylyn--this was awesome!


Secretive Souls...

The first week of school also brought treats to the students and faculty in the form of a popcorn snack and gifts for the faculty and staff who received decorated letter hanging of their last name.  Who were the givers of these acts of kindness?  We don't know--they were given by the SCS "Secretive Souls".  Thank you, Secretive Souls, for the warm welcome to another year of school!
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