News

St. Leo’s Senior Citizen Luncheon

In recognition of Catholic Schools Week, the Students, Faculty and Staff of St. Leo’s School invites our Senior Citizen Friends and Family to a Special Italian Cuisine Lunch on Wednesday, January 29th at 12:00 p.m. in our cafeteria. Space is limited.  Please call the...

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Kindergarten classes thank our Veterans

Kindergarteners in Miss Paskas’s and Mrs Nicolosi’s classes at St Leo’s showed their thanks to our brave servicemen and women on Veteran’s Day by handcrafting cards for them. Thank you to our heroes!

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First Grade Readers

First grade recently finished our non-fiction reading unit!  We learned so much and are so proud of the readers we have become.  In order to celebrate all that we have learned, we invited Mrs. Nicolosi's kindergarten class to hear us read.  We each read to our buddies...

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Density Science Project

The students in 7th grade did a lab which illustrated the different densities of liquids. Each liquid had a different density and therefor took a different level in the graduated cylinder. This showed the students the order of the density. The most dense was located...

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Back To School Night

Remember - Back to School night is September 24th from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Look forward to seeing you there!

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Being a Writer

Second grade students at St.Leo’s have been introduced to a new part of our ELA curriculum called, Being a Writer. Young students are at the very beginning of their lifelong careers as writers. Throughout the program, read-alouds of exemplary writing stimulate the...

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Yearbooks are here!!!

The 2018-2019 yearbooks were delivered today to all students that placed orders.  We have ordered additional yearbooks for any student who would still like to get one.  The yearbooks are $45.00 and orders can be sent to the Main Office.

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8th grade frog dissection

The 8th grade students dissected a frog in science class on Monday, May 20, 2019. It was a very exciting experience for all. One of the best ways to learn about adult amphibian anatomy is to dissect a preserved frog and see how all the organs fit together inside its...

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