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Archives - December 2015

16
Dec

Special Guests Visit Students

The Early Childhood students at the Primary School had a fun filled day. Students came to school dressed in their pajamas and had donuts for breakfast. They were visited by 2 very special guests – Mr. DiGange, who read “The Night Before Christmas” and Santa. They played pass the parcel and each student went home …

15
Dec

Primary School Sector Six Field Trip and City Park

To reward our students for upholding the values of a Holy Cross Man for the first semester, the 2nd – 4th grade students were treated to a field trip to Sector 6 and a picnic in City Park.

11
Dec

Primary School Hour of Code

Our Lower School students transformed into advanced mathematicians and spent the day coding. The day began with a representative from CODE.ORG, Kahlilah Hammond, talking to the students about coding. Our students joined a group of over ten million students in over 180 countries participating in the Hour of Code. The Hour of Code is an …

9
Dec

November 13, 2015 Exploration Classes

The students learned about Sports Medicine from the school trainer, Phil White. After visiting Coach White in the HC training room, they visited the library where high school students helped them with an activity identifying fiction and nonfiction titles while librarians helped the students check out books.

9
Dec

First Grade Shipmates Choose A Dinosaur As Their Pet

Since the first day of school, the First Grade Shipmates have desired a classroom pet – a pet dinosaur. After much discussion we realized that it would not be possible, but if it was, it would be really cool! So, the boys came up with the idea to create a book, detailing our adventures with …

9
Dec

Holy Cross Primary School Gears up for the Hour of Code

We live in a world surrounded by technology and we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. But only a tiny fraction of us are learning computer science, and less students are studying it than a decade ago. …