We Believe, Sadlier
The religion curriculum is designed to encourage the lifelong journey of faith through community and guided by the spirit. It is designed to incorporate the whole church community. It is presented in the Salvation History of the Catholic Church. The roots and origins are presented to the students through the following ways:
Examine the biblical creation accounts
Recognize God’s presence and promises to the Old Testament figures
Examine the Ten Commandments as a sign of God’s covenant of love
Learn how Jesus’ fulfillment of the Old Testament prophecies integrate with the history of salvation
Understand how the church grew and continues to carry out its mission
Develop Christian Morality through an understanding of the Beatitudes
Look closely at the Sacraments of Service and explore how they contribute to the community’s journey of salvation
enVisionMATH, Pearson Education, Inc.
Review all skills involving whole numbers, fractions and decimals, geometry, estimation, and algebra
Decimals and percents, prime factorization, exponents and algebra, measures of central tendency, outliers, statistics/graphing/sampling, multiplying and dividing fractions and mixed numbers
Percents, ratios, proportions, and probability
Algebra, integers, operations with integers, expressions and equations, squares and square roots
Problem Solving is taught and used daily
Spanish is intended to continue the students’ introduction to the language.
Basic greetings and dialogue
Days, months, seasons, and colors
Body, family, house, and weather
Plurals, questions, and adjectives
Students will also learn about the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. Class participation in discussions and activities, along with learning vocabulary, is very important.
Building a Nation and The World, Scott Foresman
The objective of this program is to help the students create a useable vocabulary of Social Studies terminology, to allow the children to become familiar with map skills, and at the same time direct them into the world of history.
These goals will be accomplished through teacher directed lessons, class discussions, group and individual projects, online activities, and videos.
Post-Revolutionary War to the Civil War
Early Civilizations and Cultures
Early Civilizations in Africa and Asia
Early Civilizations in the Americas
The Medieval World