Dear Parents and Students:
Our season of Lent will begin on Ash Wednesday, February 14th with a 9:00 am mass. Our school will hold Stations of the Cross each week, led by our 8th grade students. We also look forward to coming together as a parish and school community with our Friday Lenten suppers. Please join us if you can.
Our students have been working hard on their science experiments over the past few months. Please come visit the Science Fair on Tuesday, February 6th, in the afternoon, or during the morning on Wednesday, February 7th.
We just completed the National Geographic Bee. Congratulations to all our contestants. Best of luck to our school-wide winner, Raymond Hackett, who will take an on-line test and upon passing will compete in the state level at Central Connecticut University.
Mrs. Karen Thomas
Important Dates for February:
Give Thanks to the Lord, for He is good His love endures forever! Psalm 118:
Geography/Health……………Friday mornings 8-8:30am (or by appointment)
Math……………..Monday afternoons 3:15-3:45pm, Tuesday mornings 8-8:30am, Math Counts on Tuesday, Thursday afternoons until 4pm
Language Arts/Literature with Mrs. Wysowski……………..Tuesday afternoons until 4pm (some mornings by appointment)
Spanish…………………Tuesday afternoons until 4pm
Science…………………Tuesday afternoons until 4pm
Language Arts/Literature with Mrs. French………………Wednesday afternoons until 4pm
History……………Monday afternoons until 4pm (some mornings by appointment)
In an effort to unify middle school information, the middle
school teachers will be using the educonnect website to post handouts, rubrics,
assignments, and any paper work students may need to complete homework
assignments, especially long range assignments. As a reminder, most of our
textbooks are available on line and can be easily accessed from any tablet or
computer; therefore, they are readily available. This should alleviate any
unnecessary trips back to school for forgotten assignments.
To find this information, please go to: https://stbridget.eduk12.net
This is the “Login” page where students can access their
grades and class schedule using their own personal usernames and passwords. **
YOU NEED NOT LOGIN TO ACCESS FORMS AND DOCUMENTS OR INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENTS**
To find forms:
- Click on the title “ABOUT US” on the gray menu
border at the top of this page.
- Click on the subtitle “FACULTY AND STAFF”
3.On the next page scroll down to find the teacher’s
name who has given the assignment.
4.Click on the little “world” icon next to his or
5.On the next page you will find a webpage with
general information. On the right hand side of this page you will find: A
subtitle “HOMEWORK” and farther down “FORMS AND DOCUMENTS”.Click on the documents needed for the
assignment. They can be downloaded and printed in a PDF format.
Documents will remain on this page for the current marking
period and then be replaced with documents for the next and final marking period
as they are assigned. As a benefit, these forms and also be saved to your
computer and used for review for FINAL EXAM study. We hope you find this
helpful for your student and convenient for your use in keeping your student on