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St. Rita School Tradition

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — There’s nothing like being an eighth-grader at St. Rita School this time of year. The 28 members of the Class of 2018 are gearing up for graduation day on June 8 that will begin with a Mass followed by the conferring of diplomas and a reception featuring a slide show of Read more…

A Strong Staten Island Student Voice

 STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Meet Ava Gallo. This young lady with a strong velvety voice has been performing since she was in third grade. She seemed to get the “theater bug” when she performed her second show ever: “Seussical The Musical Jr.” with the St. Teresa’s Standing Ovation Players. Ava is now a fifth-grader at Read more…

Great St. Christopher School Artwork

  K-2 Students collages of Castle and Sun 6th Grade Student scratch boards inspired by artist Paul Klee’s Fish Magic 4th Grade Student chalk pastel versions of Castle and Sun

Trout in the Classroom Program

The Sixth Grade at St. Adalbert School in Elm Park, Staten Island is involved in the Trout in the Classroom Program.  They have been raising trout since October! The students: raised trout from eggs to fingerlings monitor tank water quality engage in stream habitat study appreciate water resources foster a conservation ethic. Become Stewards of Read more…

Pi Day, March 14th

Our Lady of Good Counsel School -Annual Math-A-Thon for St. Jude’s Research Hospital   Our Lady of Good Counsel will be hosting the third annual Math-A-Thon to benefit St. Jude’s Research Hospital. Originally organized by Sofia Biondi, a 7th grader at Our Lady of Good Counsel School, and her sister, Juliana, a graduate of the school, Read more…

An Adventure in every classroom


St. Joseph-St. Thomas School in Pleasant Plains dissected sterilized barn-owl pellets to learn about the food chain. Click here to read the full article.

Global Genes Awareness


Students at Our Lady Star of the Sea, Huguenot, dressed in jeans and purple to help support children who have rare diseases. Gabriella DiSalvo, an eighth-grader, was joined by her classmates of the National Junior Honor Society, who helped her raise awareness and money for Global Genes. The students raised $10,285. “I feel very loved Read more…

March Rhyme Contest Winner


March Rhyme Contest Winner! Congratulations to 4 year-old Anthony (age 4) for creating a Dr. Seuss style rhyming story using words created out of the letters from MARCH…WOW!

One Sandwich at a Time


St. Patrick’s School is nurturing a unique partnership with One Sandwich at a Time, a non-profit organization dedicated to supplying food to the hungry. Students and teachers, along with principal Vincent Sadowski, recently prepared more than 1,000 sandwiches to be distributed by Project Hospitality. “When I was making sandwiches, I felt happy and I never Read more…

Fluoride and Your Teeth

If you use fluoridated toothpaste, drink water with the recommended level of fluoride, and get regular dental check-ups with professional fluoride applications, your teeth have a much better chance of fighting tooth decay and staying where they belong….in your mouth. Fluoride is a mineral found naturally in water and many foods.   In many communities where Read more…