Last Week!

Can you believe it! It is the last week of this incredibly interesting school year. Miss Roberge and I am impressed with the flexibility, perseverance, and the academic and social growth shown by our 4th graders.

  • Remember, hot lunch service has concluded for the year. We are so grateful for Chef Michael’s delicious lunches this year!
  • Last call for canned food for the 6th grade food drive.
  • If your child took their book report project home to finish remind them to bring it to school tomorrow.
  • Tuesday – Free Dress!
  • Thursday – Intermediate Field Day. Students may wear free dress. We have bags for their belongings..
  • Friday – All School Closing Liturgy. 10:30am Dismissal.Report cards will be carried home with students
  • Summer Incentive – Students will receive a paper copy of this year’s Summer Incentive program with their report card
  • Vacation Bible School – The parish has opened up this summer’s vacation bible school for signing up. We sent an email about this last week.

Once again, thank you not only for your support this year but for your trust that we will keep your child safe during this pandemic. TOGETHER WE CAN and TOGETHER WE DID

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grde4

I received my initial certification in Special Education/Elementary Education from Western Washington University. I hold a Montessori Degree from Northwest Montessori school and a Masters in Curriculum and Instruction: Reading and Writing from Lesley University. I began my teaching career with a variety of classroom positions and joined the St John faculty in 1990 as a Kindergarten teacher. I later moved to 2nd grade, then to middle school where for the past 10 years I have taught a variety of subjects most currently as 8th grade homeroom and middle school religion teacher. Last year I asked to move to 4th grade, a grade I have never taught before. I am a native Seattleite growing up in the Wedgewood neighborhood and attending OLL and Blanchet high school. I am a wife, mother of 3 adult daughters, and one granddaughter. What I love most about teaching is experiencing the joy that learning brings to my students.