ST. AGNES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
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STE. GENEVIEVE COUNTY UPDATE:
Positive COVID cases for Ste. Genevieve County continue to be on the rise. In fact, daily active cases have almost tripled over the course of two weeks. Total cases have essentially doubled over the past month. This represents a call, arguably more than ever, to not let our guard down. Be intentional and be bold in your actions to prevent the spread!
Wellness Committee Updates:
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Most recent posting: 10 Nov 2020
2020-2021 Newsletter #12
December 5th, 2020
Dear St. Agnes Families,
Exciting things are happening at St. Agnes! This weekend Keary Stolzer and Dave Grither are installing the Matterhorn 3 Climber to our front playground. This was donated in memory of Glennon and Wilma Werner. Wayne Hoog, Robin Mazo, and Chris Hoog made, installed, and donated cafe-style awnings for our cafeteria. One of my 3rd graders Elyse said to me, "Doesn't those make our cafeteria look beautiful!"
Students have been practicing for our virtual Christmas concert. I think they sound like angels and I must admit they have brought tears to my eyes when I hear them sing. I love that they have been learning to play instruments and read music as well. Mrs. Aden's 6th-grade class will be performing a version of the Christmas Carol for the lower grades. Students have been making Christmas decorations, using their Advent Books, making cards and decorations for nursing homes, and learning about the birth of our Savior Jesus. Our student government has been planning fun Christmas activities for the next couple of weeks.
Our CAC basketball season starts off this weekend. The teams wore their jerseys to school on Friday. The rest of the students and staff greeted the players with cheers and support as they exited the building. I'm looking forward to watching their games. GO, CRUSADERS!!!
Clayton Huck an alumnus who is attending Kendrick Glennon Seminary visited the classes and spoke to the students about prayer and listening to God.
As always, keep our school and students in your prayers.
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" The Community of St. Agnes Catholic Elementary School creates life-long learners who exemplify the teachings of Jesus Christ. "
Please join us for our School Masses!:
- Grades Pre-K thru 4: 08:00 am Wed
- Grades 5 thru 8: 08:00 am Thu
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