Earth Day Fun

In honor of Earth Day, April 22, students in the first, second and third grades created projects by repurposing and recycling household items to reduce the amount of waste in landfills.

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Stations of the Cross

Eighth graders presented Living Stations of the Cross for the school community in anticipation of Easter.

In the News: St. Bernard’s Wax Museum

When St. Bernard Catholic Academy hosted its Living Wax Museum in March, visitors had the chance to encounter influential individuals, past and present, who have made an impact on the world. Fifth- through eighth-grade students dressed in costumes and shared the life stories of saints and sports greats, politicians and Olympians, movie stars and mythical gods, and everything else in between.
Students were featured in articles in the following newspapers:

 

VIDEO & PHOTOS: CSW Color Games 2017

St. Bernard Catholic Academy kicked off its annual Catholic Schools Week festivities as it does every year with Color Games. Every one in the school is assigned one of six colors, and then breaks off into color groups to play a variety of games. The children enjoy the games and rooting for each other. Even the faculty members get involved in the free throw contest. It is a great start to a memorable week each and every year.

Msgr. Jamie’s Farewell

With heavy hearts, the school community at St. Bernard Catholic Academy said farewell to Msgr. Jamie Gigantiello, pastor of St. Bernard Church, on Jan. 20. Students sang, danced and offered good wishes to Msgr. Jamie as he begins his new assignment as pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Williamsburg.