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Third Grade in the Fall

This fall in Third Grade we have been busy, had lots of fun, and review the old, learned the new. We have studied about nouns and verbs, addition and subtraction review, maps and the world, earth and and its parts, and read lots of fun stories. We never know what Mrs. Nardini is going to pull out of her bag of tricks.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, so we say it with pictures.

 

3rd through 8th Grade Basketball Sign-Ups

BASKETBALL:  2017-2018

Print and complete this form:  Basketball flyer 17-18

Boys and Girls 3rd-8th Grade

All registered CCD students welcome!

Registration Deadline:  October 27, 2017

Registration Fee:  $75.00

Season runs November through February

Practices held twice per week

Game Schedule TBA

Please fill out a form for each child.

 

**Current Diocesan physical form must be on file in order to participate**

Forms available in school office or on-line www.nashvilledac.com click on Forms, Health Form

 

If you are interested in coaching, please contact Andy Timko at

andy.timko@saintjohnvianney.org

 

*Families will be assigned dates to work at the concessions / admissions when SJV hosts games

Art Recap

The school year has been very busy!  The first of the school year the whole school did either Solar Eclipse T-shirts with fabric paint or a Solar Eclipse Oil Pastel project.  Here are some photos of their work!  In doing this the students learned about what happens in a solar eclipse as well as the Sun’s Corona which is artistically represented in their work:)

Middle School also explored the concepts of positive and negative space with Charcoal drawings and Complimentary Colors with construction paper designs.

Monet’s Water Lilies

In art we talked about Claude Monet and look at some pictures of his scenic paintings.  K-4th grade did their own interpretations of Monet’s Water Lilies using colorful tissue paper.  Here are a few pictures of their beautiful work!

Welcome to 3rd Grade

We are excited to be in third grade this year. This is our the day we went to our first Mass together. It was nice to get to pray together as a class.

In third grade, this year watch for pictures of our garden as it grows. We have planted onions, sunflowers, lemon trees, and we have more seeds to plant. We hope they grow.

Keep updated as we go through the year on our website, right here.