Mrs. Moorehead makes us GREAT!

Mrs. Moorehead and Mrs. Lutz display the plaque presented to Mrs. Moorhead.  The Advisory Council and PA presented Mrs. Moorehead with purple Lilies and Ann Beard presented a painting  of purple lilies.

Mrs. Moorehead and Mrs. Lutz display the plaque presented to Mrs. Moorehead. The Advisory Council and PA presented Mrs. Moorehead with a flower arrangement and painting of purple Irises by Ann Beard.

Congratulations to Mrs. Vicki Moorehead for being recognized by the Mississippi  Department of Education as a State Finalist for the Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).  A representative from the MDE presented Mrs. Moorehead with her plaque at a reception held in her honor this week.  She is now being examined at the national level in the selection process.  This award recognizes teachers of science and mathematics for outstanding teaching.  We are very proud to call Mrs. Moorehead one of our own and wish her the best of luck in the National Finals.

Learning is FUN at St. Anthony!

Third Grade teacher, Mrs. Sims, learns a new STREAM lab exercise during one of the weekly staff development meetings.  STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Math.  Teachers work to make these connections in their lessons.

Third Grade teacher, Mrs. Sims, learns a new STREAM lab exercise during one of the weekly staff development meetings. STREAM stands for Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts, and Math. Teachers work to make these connections in their lessons.

Third Grade student, Elle Sandifer, prepares decorations for the set of their class program, Africa.

Third Grade student, Elle Sandifer, prepares decorations for the set of their class program, Africa.

Students re-enact the story of Abiyoyo in the Third Grade program, Africa.

Students re-enact the story of Abiyoyo in the Third Grade program, Africa.

Honor Roll – 2nd Honors

4th Row:  Emma Blossman, Joseph Endt, Chloe Taylor, David Warnock, Anna Reese Johnson, Catie Claire Porch, Brandon Taylor, David Ames Richards, Tate Collins; 3rd Row:  Mason Roach, Braden Ellis, Fritz Rasmussen, Walt Williams, Joe Koury, Christopher Thomas, Dulce Perez, Sydney Hall, Elton Vandevender, Arielle Hooper, Kendyll Gouras, Clay Blanchard, Luke Rooks, Anna Clare Sheehan, John Parker Hornback, John Lloyd Phelan, Bailey Edwards, Nathan McNabb; 2nd Row:  Augusta Hirn, Jimmy Bustillos, Kate Temple, Selah Ferguson, Clare Cole, Yerger Simpson, Dane Harmon, Mary Clare Van Loon, Chase Thomas, Anna Williams, Anna Veston Deer, London Coleman, John Cameron Ridgway; 1st Row:  Avery Temple, Lyrick Lockhart, Carolina deLange, Maddie Claire Spence, CeCe Johnson, Grace Mansell, Mary Kathryn Sheehan, Branch Gouras, Mabry Hirn, Olivia Ridgway, Amanda Hair, Aidan McNabb, Brielle Rideau. Not pictured:  Chloe Vizier

4th Row: Emma Blossman, Joseph Endt, Chloe Taylor, David Warnock, AnnaReese Johnson, Catie Claire Porch, Brandon Taylor, David Ames Richards, Tate Collins; 3rd Row: Mason Roach, Braden Ellis, Fritz Rasmussen, Walt Williams, Joe Koury, Christopher Thomas, Dulce Perez, Sydney Hall, Elton Vandevender, Arielle Hooper, Kendyll Gouras, Clay Blanchard, Luke Rooks, Anna Clare Sheehan, John Parker Hornback, John Lloyd Phelan, Bailey Edwards, Nathan McNabb; 2nd Row: Augusta Hirn, Jimmy Bustillos, Kate Temple, Selah Ferguson, Clare Cole, Yerger Simpson, Dane Harmon, Mary Clare Van Loon, Chase Thomas, Anna Williams, Anna Veston Deer, London Coleman, John Cameron Ridgway; 1st Row: Avery Temple, Lyrick Lockhart, Carolina deLange, Maddie Claire Spence, CeCe Johnson, Grace Mansell, Mary Kathryn Sheehan, Branch Gouras, Mabry Hirn, Olivia Ridgway, Amanda Hair, Aidan McNabb, Brielle Rideau. Not pictured: Chloe Vizier

Honor Roll – 1st Honors

4th Row:  David Greene, Ethan Avery, Lauren Conerly, Christopher Watson, Hayley Mosher, Emily Ralston, Sam Harrison, Win D’Antonio, Cas Simpson, Bianca McCarty, Anna Crout; 3rd Row:  Patrick Faulk, Ella Dotson, Emily Glaze, Adron Andy, Chelcee Porter, Claire Bolen, Luke Endt, Megan Davidson, Christian Bolen, Vivian Young, Adriana Terrazas, Robyn Brown, Lockard Williams, Vince Glorioso, Alex Lyle, Parker Dancer, Hayley Conerly, Arilyn Thomas, Caroline Bounds;  2nd Row:  Paige Loyacono, Stella McCarty, Kelsey Shaffer, Elle Sandifer, Mary Kate Sandifer, Frances Richards, Celestina Retumban, Andrew Smith, Jennings Kimbrell, Scott Shive, John Patrick McElwain, Adam Williams,  Loria Williams, J. J. Tice, Maggie Koury; 1st Row:  Hudson Sandifer, John Gibson Eatherly, Jack Clements, Jackson Cook, Chandler See, Michael Kelemen, Landon Maynor, Raines Walker, Ethan McNabb, Rush Harmon.  Not pictured:  Max Walenta

4th Row: David Greene, Ethan Avery, Lauren Conerly, Christopher Watson, Hayley Mosher, Emily Ralston, Sam Harrison, Win D’Antonio, Cas Simpson, Bianca McCarty, Anna Crout; 3rd Row: Patrick Faulk, Ella Dotson, Emily Glaze, Adron Andy, Chelcee Porter, Claire Bolen, Luke Endt, Megan Davidson, Christian Bolen, Vivian Young, Adriana Terrazas, Robyn Brown, Lockard Williams, Vince Glorioso, Alex Lyle, Parker Dancer, Hayley Conerly, Arilyn Thomas, Caroline Bounds; 2nd Row: Paige Loyacono, Stella McCarty, Kelsey Shaffer, Elle Sandifer, Mary Kate Sandifer, Frances Richards, Celestina Retumban, Andrew Smith, Jennings Kimbrell, Scott Shive, John Patrick McElwain, Adam Williams, Loria Williams, J. J. Tice, Maggie Koury; 1st Row: Hudson Sandifer, John Gibson Eatherly, Jack Clements, Jackson Cook, Chandler See, Michael Kelemen, Landon Maynor, Raines Walker, Ethan McNabb, Rush Harmon. Not pictured: Max Walenta

Learning is FUN at St. Anthony!

Third Grade parent,  Chris Gouras, came to speak to the students about his travels to Africa.  He talked about what life is like in Africa and the wildlife he saw while he was visiting.  Mr. Gouras was able to compare and contrast living conditions for those living in Africa with those who live in the United States.

Third Grade parent, Chris Gouras, came to speak to the students about his travels to Africa. He talked about what life is like in Africa and the wildlife he saw while he was visiting. Mr. Gouras was able to compare and contrast living conditions for those living in Africa with those who live in the United States.

First grade parent, David James, helps Eliza Rowlett catapult her pumpkin into the pond during "Chunkin' Pumpkins".

First grade parent, David James, helps Eliza Rowlett catapult her pumpkin into the pond during “Chunkin’ Pumpkins”.

The Kindergarten Class read the The Humbug Witch at storytime.  They were surprised with a "special delivery" package from the Humbug Witch.  It contained her special Witch's Goo!  The Humbug Witch asked the children to help her decide if the Witch's Goo was a solid or a liquid.  In this picture Mrs. Kristy lets the Kindergarten students feel the Witch's Goo.

The Kindergarten Class read the The Humbug Witch at storytime. They were surprised with a “special delivery” package from the Humbug Witch. It contained her special Witch’s Goo! The Humbug Witch asked the children to help her decide if the Witch’s Goo was a solid or a liquid. In this picture Mrs. Kristy lets the Kindergarten students feel the Witch’s Goo.

St. Joe’s Placement Exam

St. Joe ShieldSt Joseph Catholic School is having their Placement Exam on Saturday, November 15, at 9:00 a.m. in the Fine Arts Building. You can turn in your application prior to the exam with the $75 fee. This fee includes the application and the Placement Exam fee. If you were unable to attend their Open House, please email Kristi Garrard at kgarrard@stjoebruins.com and request a packet. The application will be included in the packet, and you can set up a tour of the school too. They are so very proud of St Joseph Catholic School and would love to share the “Joy at the Joe” with you and your family.

Learning is FUN at St. Anthony!

Sixth Grade students, Chase Taylor and David Greene, construct a machine that will thrust paint splatter onto an art canvas.  The students were busy studying forces.

Sixth Grade students, Chase Taylor and David Greene, construct a machine that will thrust paint splatter onto an art canvas. The students were busy studying forces.

Second Grade students celebrated the 50th day of school by learning about the 1950's.  Students wore poodle skirts and leather jackets, listened to Elvis, played games from the 1950's and Hula- Hooped!

Second Grade students celebrated the 50th day of school by learning about the 1950’s. Students wore poodle skirts and leather jackets, listened to Elvis, played games from the 1950’s and Hula- Hooped!

Fourth Grade student, Jo Jo Turner, has a look of intensity as he competes in a scooter relay for the House of Pascal at our House Challenge.

Fourth Grade student, Jo Jo Turner, has a look of intensity as he competes in a scooter relay for the House of Pascal at our House Challenge.

St. Joe’s Placement Exams

St. Joe ShieldSt Joseph Catholic School is having their Placement Exam on Saturday, November 15, at 9:00 a.m. in the Fine Arts Building. You can turn in your application prior to the exam with the $75 fee. This fee includes the application and the Placement Exam fee. If you were unable to attend their Open House, please email Kristi Garrard at kgarrard@stjoebruins.com and request a packet. The application will be included in the packet, and you can set up a tour of the school too. They are so very proud of St Joseph Catholic School and would love to share the “Joy at the Joe” with you and your family.