7th Grade is learning about osmosis and diffusion. They are using an egg to watch the cell membrane. Earlier this week they dissolved the egg shell and over the next 3 days will observe the egg being submersed in different liquids to watch the membranes function. I wonder what will happen?
Student Council would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to all of our generous families and friends of Saint Agnes School that helped make our "Have a Heart" Toy Drive such a success! We delivered the 588 toys, books, and gift cards to Cincinnati Children's...
The Jr High had a wonderful weekend at the NKU Regional Science fair. They competed against 120 other projects and received 46 awards and 16 have been invited to participate in the State Fair. They received many wonderful compliments, not only on their work but also...
Congratulations to our students who competed in the Middle School Governor Cup Competition this past weekend. Well done students!
2nd place Quick Recall
1st place Science: Mia
1st place Language Arts: Clara
2nd place Language Arts: Dillon
4th place (by only 2 bonus points) Language Arts: Josie
2nd place Arts and Humanities: Sophia
2nd place Composition: Clara
3rd place Composition: Dillon
Good Sportsmanship Award to St. Agnes
Congratulations to Mia, Clara, Sophia, Jonathon, Dillon, Brian, Landon, Ty, Josie, Will, and Kaire
Alumni, Kevin Wagner, Graduate student at Arizona State studying exoplanets, visited the fourth graders of St. Agnes School to help them celebrate Galaxy Afternoon. The students were culminating their studies of the Solar System. They enjoyed extending their knowledge of our galaxy by asking Kevin questions on planets outside our solar system and about Black Holes.
The K-3 Christmas Concert was a wonderful way to prepare ourselves for the coming of Jesus. Thank you to Mrs. Mary Jo Wuestefeld who prepared the students for this program. It was a joy to see! Merry Christmas!
What a wonderful Veterans' Week! We honored all of the five branches of the military this week. We invited a representative of each branch to help raise our American Flag every day while everyone in the school had an opportunity to watch. On Friday gathered as a...
Last Thursday, the fourth graders celebrated "Famous Kentuckian Day". Each student researched a famous person that had lived part of their life in Kentucky and on Thursday, they dressed up as that famous Kentuckian and gave a short speech about their life. Some of...
First Grade had a wonderful trip to Benton Farms this week. They got to ride a hayride, sheer a sheep, milk a cow and pick a pumpkin!
The 4th grade had a great trip to Frankfort last week! They visited the Governor's Mansion, Capitol, Old State Capitol, Ky History Center, and Daniel Boone's gravesite. What a neat way to learn about history!