Dear Parents,

Wow, what a year! To better state that- what a GREAT year! We have covered a lot of material and participated in many fun and exciting projects. We have developed skills needed for Kindergarten and made many new friends along the way too. Each of your children has brought such joy and happiness to our classroom. We are so fortunate to have had such a wonderful group of children this past year. Thank you!


Ms. Manganaro and Mrs. Smolky

Here are a few friendly reminders for the next couple of weeks:

Assessments for the end of the year began this week for our final trimester of the year. Report cards will be sent home on the last day of school.

Friday June 7 - Last day of uniforms. Last day of Healthy Kids Kitchen Lunch. 

Monday June 10 - Last day of Aftercare. Pizza lunch provided.

Tuesday June 11 - Last day of School. Early dismissal @11:45am. All school mass, "dress up." Only AM snack is needed. Report cards sent home. 

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Thanks for a fabulous year in music. Everyone did such a great job with the shows all year long. Have a safe and wonderful summer! -Miss Bax

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6th grade is finishing a brief stats and probability unit before the end of the year. They will learn how to analyze and make different types of graphs and calculate probability based on a theoretical or experimental data. 

Upcoming dates: Chapter 5 test corrections due Monday June 3 

IXL: BB, CC, and DD 

7th grade is reviewing solving inequalities before the end of the year. We will solve, graph, and find special case solutions. This will allow us to start in Chapter 3 of Algebra 1 in the fall. 

Upcoming dates: 1 Algebra Quiz corrections due Monday June 3 


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6th grade is starting their last unit of the year on statistics and probability. They will learn how to analyze different types of graph and how to calculate probability. 

Upcoming dates: Percent test corrections due Monday 6/3 

IXL: BB, CC and DD 

7th grade is reviewing solving inequalities before the end of the school year. They should continue to review solving equations and inequalities over the summer to be ready to start with new material in Chapter 3 in the fall. 

Upcoming dates: 1 Quiz correction of student's choice due Monday 6/3


Read more about May 28-31

6th grade is currently working on their STEM integration project. They are creating a scale drawing of the space by the church to use for planning the Trustey Peace Garden. They have one unit, Statistics and Probability, to finish before the end of the year.

Upcoming dates: Surface Area and Volume Test Corrections due Friday 5/24 


7th grade is finishing up Chapter 2 Part B from the Algebra 1 textbook. They will have a quiz on these topics on Wednesday. The last topic of the year will be inequalities. 

Upcoming dates: Chapter 2 Part B Quiz on Wednesday

IXL: C, D, E, and F 

8th grade should make sure their Chapter 9 test corrections and any missing work is turned in before they leave for DC. 


Read more about May 20-24

6th grade applied the percent equation and proportion to real world percent applications such as tax, tip, discount and markup. Students will review these concepts before their Chapter 5 test on Thursday. 

IXL: L and M 

Upcoming dates: Chapter 5 Percent Test Thursday 5/16 

7th grade is working through Chapter 2 Part B, which extends previous concepts like proportions and percents into their Algebra 1 curriculum. 

IXL: C, D, E, and F 

Upcoming dates: none 

8th grade is finishing Chapter 9 on Quadratic functions. This will be their last full topic before they leave for DC and graduation week. We will cover some parts of Chapter 10 and 11 with any time we have left in math class. 


Upcoming dates: ​​​​​​​Chapter 9 test Thursday 5/16

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6th grade just finished learning about the percent equation and proportion. They will use this to solve real-world percent problems like markup, discount, tax and tip. 

IXL: L and M 

Upcoming dates: Percent Test Wednesday 5/15 

7th grade just quizzed on Algebra concepts from Chapter 2 Part A in their textbook for next year. Topics include solving multi-step equations, fraction/decimal buster, writing equations from word problems and all real numbers/ no solution equations. We will move into Part B review topics such as percent, proportions and similar figures. 

IXL: C, D, E and F (under Algebra 1) 

Upcoming dates: none 

8th grade is working through Chapter 9 on solving quadratics. They are learning multiple ways to solve such as graphing, taking square roots, factoring, completing the square and the quadratic formula. 


Upcoming dates: Chapter 9 Test Wednesday 5/15 


Read more about May 6-10

6th Grade is starting Fractions, Decimals and Percentages. They will review how to convert between forms before applying percentages to real world problems. 

IXL: L and M 

Upcoming dates: none 

7th Grade is working on Chapter 2 of the Algebra 1 textbook that they'll receive next year. We are reviewing solving multi-step equation, while extending into new curriculum with fractions, decimals, multi-step word problems, and no solution/identity equations. 

IXL: I and J (under Algebra 1, not 8th grade) 

Upcoming dates: ​​​​​​​Stats and Probability Test Corrections due Friday 5/3, Chapter 2A Test Monday 5/6 

8th Grade ​​​​​​​started Chapter 9 on Quadratics. They will learn how to graph and analyze quadratic functions before learning how to find the zeros of a function by factoring, completing the square, taking square roots and using the quadratic formula. 


Upcoming dates: Chapter 9 Part A Quiz next week 


Read more about April 28-May 3

Everyone is singing songs getting ready for the Spring Concerts! Please join us for the 5th through 8th grade concert on Thursday, May 9 at 6:30pm in the gym and for the PK through 4th grade concert on Thursday, May 16 at 6:30pm in the gym.

Additionally, grades 1 and 2 are also doing a unit on Carnival of the Animals and learning about a book called Can You Hear It? that pairs famous artwork with famous pieces of music.

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St. Clement's Spring Concert is on Thursday, May 16th at 6:30pm. The concert will be held in the gym. PreK will be singing "You're Welcome" and "How Far I'll Go" from the Moana soundtrack! PreK is asked to dress in Hawaiian gear, so bring out the hula skirts, Hawaiian shirts, and leis! 

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