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Grade 8 in Washington, D.C.

Arlington National Cemetery was the first stop. Our next stop was to be the US Capitol tour, however plans had to change since the center was closed for a few hours. We had lunch in the Library of Congress, then had a walking tour of the United States Supreme Court. At 1:30PM we headed for home.
Visit the Class of 2016 home page for more information about this great trip......
Special Notice to Grade 8 students and parents

8th Grade Pictures Rescheduled:
We apologize that we did not have the cap and gowns ready to send home with students before vacation.  As a result, we will be sending them home with all 8th grade students today.
Please be sure to give them a quick press before next Tuesday, May 3rd.  We will take 8th grade Graduation Pictures at 1:00 in the Church on that date.

Summer Weather Uniform for all students:

Please be advised that students are permitted to begin wearing their summer weather gym uniforms to school on Monday, May 2nd.
While students are still able to wear the traditional plaid uniforms, the summer weather gym uniforms are intended to be worn on days that are excessively hot, so that students can be as comfortable as possible while learning.
Please take note that all students (excepts those who have gym on those dates) should wear the traditional plaid uniforms on Student Mass days.  We have two remaining Student Masses scheduled on:  Thursday, May 5th (10:30 Ascension Thursday Mass) and Wednesday, June 15th (9:00 Last Mass of the School Year).
Thank you for your cooperation.

Forbes Museum announces Lincoln contest winners

Continuing the tradition started by Mary Bowditch Forbes in 1924, the Forbes House Museum invites students in kindergarten through eighth grade to participate in the contest, which provides youth an opportunity to express their creativity while learning about President Abraham Lincoln’s life and legacy. The contest has received thousands of entries from area students over the years of the annual program.
“The impact that this contest and the Forbes House have had on our students has been powerful in many ways,” said Milton Public Schools Superintendent Mary Gormley. “The students are given the opportunity to feel connected to the historical significance of our community, understand the relevance of Lincoln and his presidency and also display their understanding of these complex issues through both writing and art.”

The Lincoln Essay Contest winners from St. Agatha School are: Grade 6 –Second Place, Justin Pham, St. Agatha School; Third Place, Maggie Smith, St. Agatha School. Grade 7 – First Place, Samantha Ford, St. Agatha School; Second Place, Samiran Moody, St. Agatha School; Third Place, Caroline Egan, St. Agatha School. Grade 8 – First Place, Margaret Farrell, St. Agatha School; Second Place, Eimear McGowan, St. Agatha School; Third Place, Jacqueline White, St. Agatha School.

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Click here to read the essay by Margaret Farrell....

Click here to read the essay by Samantha Ford....

Style Mr. Egan’s Hair

On Monday, April 4th Tommy Moore (K2) and sister Devon Moore (2nd Grade) shaved the center out of Mr. Egan’s hair, live on Studio A’s morning announcement and prayers program. At that same time, sisters Chelsea and Alexa Adams shared that on Tuesday & Wednesday Mr. Egan would don  Pink (chosen by Chelsea) and Green (chosen by Alexa) patches of hair.
The Moore and Adams families had bid on this event at this year’s auction on Saturday, April 2nd at Venezia. The “Style Mr. Egan’s Hair” raised $2,300 for St. Agatha School.

On Friday April 8th, Tommy and Devon got to finish the job they started on Monday and took off the remaining hair, rendering Mr. Egan completely shaved (and nearly bald).

We hope the students and parents enjoyed the ridiculousness of this event as much as Mr. Egan did. Thank you to all the kids and parents for being involved in this fun event.

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Science Week
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St. Agatha School is a Christian Catholic community providing excellence in education. Together, our members strive to maintain a safe, positive learning environment. Through worship and service, we see Jesus in every member of our community. We do our best to help everyone in our school feel capable, connected and contributing. Because we are two or more gathered in His Name, we believe that Christ is in our midst at St. Agatha School. In His Love, do all that we can to excel in education and to celebrate Christian values. To fulfill this mission, we promise to do what Jesus would do each day, in every way. And so, create a school climate filled with the Gospel spirit.