Students start the day in their individual 6th, 7th, or 8th Grade homeroom. The day starts with morning announcements, presented by students, and includes scripture, prayer, reflection, Pledge of Allegiance, stating of mission statement, and any daily announcements. The middle school schedule allows for rotation of classes based on subject. Students attend classes of Religion, Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. Each student also attends Specials Classes such as Spanish, Music, Art, Gym, Library, and Technology.
The Religion Curriculum is structured to be comprehensive in scope while providing an achievable set of learning outcomes for students. It emphasizes God’s invitation to a loving relationship with Him through encounter with His Son Jesus Christ and the student’s free response to His invitation as appropriate for each grade level. Knowing Jesus in a personal way opens the mind and heart of the student to want to grow in knowledge about God and the Catholic Church and adherence to magisterial teaching – to live as a joyful missionary of Jesus Christ. (AOD Religion Curriculum, 2017)
Science is a way of making sense of the natural world. Not all students become scientists, but as citizens, they will be asked to make decisions about social issues that involve science. My goal is to prepare students, regardless of their aspirations, to be scientifically literate (MCF).
Catholic Social Teaching: Students will be prepared in a way that encourages them to explore the links between their Christian faith and scientific inquiry, understand the world that they live in, and develop a sense of who they and others are as people respecting creations and their belief.
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