Sports Day 2017 is Thursday, June 8th! See details below and flyer attached for additional information. Please return the signed form to the Front Office by Thursday, June 1st.
Date: Thursday, June 8th Time:
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM (Nursery – 3rd Grade)
12:00 PM – 2:00 PM (4th Grade – 8th Grade) Location: Prospect Park Attire: Free Sports Day t-shirt, Comfortable pants or shorts, and sneakers Food: Bagged lunch from home will be eaten at Academy Additional: All students will receive a free Sports Day t-shirt! (Thank you to our t-shirt sponsors: U.Santini and the Menchini Family!)
Bottled water will be provided to all students
VIRTUS trained volunteers are needed for the event! If interested please send an email to email@example.com.
We are thrilled to announce that the SSCA Spring Concert is next week! See details below.
Date: Tuesday, June 6th Time: 7:00 PM (Concert should last about an hour) Location: Church of Saint Saviour Details: This concert represents the culmination of a full year’s effort in music class, concert band, as well as junior and senior chorus. We are excited to share the fruits of these labors.
YOU WILL HEAR
A Rousing Civil Rights Anthem!
Classic Children’s Poems turned into songs!
Original music composed by students for the musical theater project!
Classics of Soul, Hip-Hop, and Cuban music!
The final concert performance of our graduating 8th Graders!
All 1st through 8th Graders are performing in the concert. The dress code for students is “church clothes.” Please wear nice, church appropriate clothes (not a T-shirt and jeans).
Band members should arrive at the Church at 6:30 PM for a brief warm up.
All other Students should arrive at the Church at 6:45 PM and sit in the pews marked for their class.
Saint Saviour Catholic Academy won The Brooklyn Nets/Newsela Reading Challenge for Kings County, NY! For being the First Place Winner our Academy earned 100 tickets to the Nets vs. Hawks game on Sunday, April 2nd and a visit from Brooklyn Nets player Jeremy Lin on Friday, April 7th. See footage from his visit, a Q&A session with our students, and an exclusive interview on Walk In Faith of NET TV in the video below.
Math Fair Date: Wednesday, May 17th
Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: Parish Hall, Church of Saint Saviour
YCIW Concert Date: Wednesday, May 17th
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Location: The Church at Saint Saviour
Details: This concert will include 50 pieces by our 5th and 6th Grade students played live by the Metropolis Ensemble. Come with your phone and record your student’s piece! You will be amazed by what you hear.
Our Third Annual Spring Auction is right around the corner! See invitation attached and details below.
Date: Friday, June 2nd, 2017 Time: 7:00 – 11:00 PM Location: The Picnic House, Prospect Park Tickets: $110 per person (BEFORE May 3rd), $125 per person (May 4th – June 1st) Attire: Fancy spring attire requested Note: This is an ADULTS ONLY event. Tickets sold on a first come, first serve basis. No hard tickets, check-in upon entry at the event. NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR.
We encourage you to use checks instead of credit cards to avoid the Academy incurring credit card service fees!
Saint Saviour Catholic Academy has won The Brooklyn Nets/Newsela Reading Challenge for Kings County, NY! Congratulations to our 6th – 8th Grade students and teachers on the win!
For being the First Place Winner our Academy earned 100 tickets to the Nets vs. Hawks game on Sunday, April 2nd and a visit from Brooklyn Nets player Jeremy Lin on Friday, April 7th. Visit our @saintsaviourcatholicacademy Instagram page to see photos!
Newsela’s A Mile In Our Shoes is a K-12 program that promotes empathy and inclusivity through reading. As part of the program, Newsela has curated Text Sets that give students the opportunity to read about different perspectives and lived experiences: people of varying backgrounds, skin colors, religions, sexual orientations, socioeconomic statuses, and nations of origin.
Students built understanding and reflected on the similarities and differences in their own experiences. Our teachers gained the tools to foster rich discussions to promote identity, diversity, justice, and action within and beyond our classrooms.
Special thanks to the Newsela’s partners for making this event possible: Teaching Tolerance, Define American, Brooklyn Nets, and the Jeremy Lin Foundation.