Submitted by Mrs. Mary Lardinois, HCCS Spanish teacher
This month the 8th grade Spanish class at Holy Cross Catholic School has designed a map of a community. The students are learning how to ask for directions and give directions.
The 6th and 7th graders are studying the classroom with many new vocabulary words describing items in the classroom. They are learning names of subjects and talking about their favorite classes with one another.
Grades K thru 5 are learning words of classroom objects and using them to identify what can be found in their own classrooms. These classes are also reviewing numbers and commenting on the weather conditions.
The older students are sounding better and better with the El Credo (the Apostle's Creed). Grades 2 thru 5 are working on the Padre Nuestro (the Our Father). Kindergarten and 1st grade are continuing to use the Santa Maria prayer (the Hail Mary).
I am happy to report that all students at Holy Cross Catholic School are using the A La Bandera (the Pledge of Allegiance) to the United States flag.
About Holy Cross Catholic School
Located on the growing northeast side of Green Bay at the historic crossroads of Church and Bay Settlement Roads, Holy Cross Catholic School is the point at which faith, community and education converge. The school educates children within the Catholic faith and provides them with opportunities to develop the values, attitudes and skills that will enable them to become vital members of the community. Holy Cross Catholic School has been in existence for 141 years and has an enrollment of 195 students in grades EC3 to 8th grade. For more information, please visit the school's website: http://www.holycrossfamily.org/.
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