The fifth grade's fifth annual "Saints Wax Museum" took place on Nov. 3rd, to celebrate All Saints' Day. The fifth graders researched various saints, wrote reports, prepared saint cards and costumes, as well as decorated pumpkins to resemble their saints. Grades K-4, parents, parishioners, Fr. Voelker and our principal, Mr. Stutey, visited the "Saints Wax Museum" and listened to the many reports. This was a meaningful way to celebrate All Saints' Day! Many thanks to the fifth grade parents for all of their support.
On Dec. 13th, the fifth graders presented reports on various Native American tribes. They had researched and written about how the environment affected each tribe. Also, they created dioramas, which reflected their tribe's lifestyle.
Mystery Science Experiments are fun and engaging!