Proud to be
Ambassadors for Christ


2017 – 2018 School Year



6th Grade is working with integer operations.

We experienced the Christmas events with our school family after attending Mass as a school.  At each classroom, we collected beads to represent that part of the tale.


Our November Ambassador trait for the month was attentive – paying attention to the task at hand.

6th Grade looked at the same information Wegener did and explored if the continents could have been one.

7th Grade explored roots and square roots.

Cell Projects – 7th Grade had to create models and describe the cell organelles.

8th Grade created devices to capture a turkey as we prepared for Thanksgiving.

6th Grade were challenged to create containers that prevented thermal transfer.

8th Grade had to create their own elements after we learned about the periodic table.


Our field trip to the CA Science Center for the cow eye dissection.     


Our Halloween parade and carnival was a blast.

Our Ambassadors for Christ on Punctuality: being on time and honoring other people’s time are important qualities.

7th Grade’s STEM to create the longest bridge.  I was told they were bridges for ants, that’s why they were skinny

6th Grade STEM to create a spider web that will hold the most “rolly-pollys”.

8th Grade explored the difference between mixtures and compounds.

To end our plant unit, the 7th Graders made their own 3D model, identifying the parts, and analyzing each part.  They were so creative!

8th Grade explored the triangle inequality to kick of our inequality unit.  They used spaghetti to see the relationship between the sides.

7th Grade Leading the Rosary for the School


September’s Ambassadors.

8th Graders made working waterwheels as inspired by the colonists.

While learning about flowers 7th graders tried to make the best pollen collector.

6th grade’s STEM project was to build the tallest self – standing tower.

7th Grade explored plants and used chatterpix when describing photosynthesis.

6th Grade finished their science unit by making comics, posters, chatterpixs, or essays.

Class of 2018 made posters about matter.

6th grade practiced finding the GCF and LCM and making pennants to decorate the classroom.


We looked at the enzyme’s in pineapple and how they affect the jello.


First day was a hoot!


6th grade looked at the damage sun can cause.


Ready to hang up

7th Grade looking at necessities of life by growing plants, is light necessary?


These will be put into the dark. Hope they grow.

8th Grade looked at how gas can affect these dancing raisins.


8th Grade STEM was overcoming obstacles.  Students had to work together to complete a puzzle when they have a challenge such as not seeing the picture or only one person can touch the pieces.


6th Grade had to create towers from one piece of paper that would support the Algebra textbook.


2016 – 2017 School Year



6th grade created earthquake proof buildings.  They also created their own seismograph to record and examine how the readings are interpreted.


7th grade researched and built working drawbridges


8th grade created boats that would support weight in icy water after learning about George Washington’s sneak attack on Christmas night.


8th grade did a RAFT writing which discussed the 3 types of bonds and their relationships.



Sugar Cube Arch Reed Boats Boston Tea Party


Cow Eye

Cutting off Fat

Cutting off Fat

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Atom Models

Using Counting Blocks1 Counting Blocks 2 Nucleus with Playdough Nucleus with Playdoh


Ghost Web Ghost Elevator Ghost Elevator 2 Writing Anaylsis Bone Bridge Bone Bridge

S’more Distributive Property Practice

Sorting Recording Expressions Completed S'more


Solar System Projects

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Working with STEM with the Olympics

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