St. Patrick Catholic School in Cobalt celebrated their Grade 8 Graduation at St. Patrick Church on Tuesday, June 21, 2011.
Congratulations to all Grade 8 graduates!St. Pat's Grade 8 Students Graduate
St. Patrick Catholic School Grade 8 class has organized a "Super Soaker Fun Friday" afternoon to be held Friday, June 17, 2011.
For more details please read the attached letter.Super Soaker Fun Friday letter to Parents
Pictured are the St. Patrick School winners of the OECTA Young Writers contest:
(L to R) Back Row
Sarah Eckert Brent Purdy Kolby Fleury Katie Williams
Grace Duquette Lexy Dunn Keitay Becker Jayden NielsonOECTA Young Writers Contest Winners Picture
St. Patrick Catholic School is hosting a Last Day of School Picnic on Friday, June 24th, 2011 starting at 11:45 am.
See the attached poster for more information.St. Pats Last Day of School Picnic Poster
On Friday, June 3, 2011, St. Patrick Catholci School celebrated the 10th Anniversary of their Breakfast Program. Congratulations!10th Anniversary of Breakfast Program Picture
Kate Marshall Flaherty, a member of the Canadian Poetry Association as well as the Ontario Poetry Society, paid a visit to St. Patrick School on Friday, May 13th,2011 and introduced students from grades 6 to 8, to RAP (Random Acts of Poetry). It was a remarkable afternoon that passed all too quickly. We are looking forward to having Kate come back again next year to spend time with us and wrap us up once more in the magic of RAP!
Kate Marshall Flaherty, a member of the Canadian Poetry Association as well as the Ontario Poetry Society, paid a visit to St. Patrick School on Friday, May 13th,2011 and introduced students from grades 6 to 8, to RAP (Random Acts of Poetry).
It was a remarkable afternoon that passed all too quickly. We are looking forward to having Kate come back again next year to spend time with us and wrap us up once more in the magic of RAP!
"RAP" at St. Patrick School
St. Patrick Catholic School students enjoyed wonderful success in the student category of the Spring Pulse Poetry Festival’s poetry contest. Overall, the students receveied 6 prizes including 1st and 2nd place!St. Pat's Poetry Winners
Father John celebrated the Catholic Education Week mass on May 4th, the 15th anniversary of his ordination to the priesthood, with the students of St. Patrick School in Cobalt. Father John is seen here with Deacon Larry Duke and Mrs. Livingston's senior kindergarten and grade 1 students.Fr. John Lemire & Deacon Larry Duke join St. Patrick Catholic School students for Mass
As a part of Catholic Education Week events, Mrs. Livingston's St. Patrick Catholic School Senior SK and Grade 1 class make Praytzels. Glenn Sheculski, Director of Education, participated and made his own "Praytzel, with the help of Hannah Crockett, Amy McKeever and Grace Duquette (see pictures in the Picture Gallery)Praytzels Recipe
Mrs. Tessier's Grade 5 class is hosting a "Make Your Own Salad" Lunch on Wednesday, May 18, 2011. This is to raise money for the classes year end trip.Make"Your Own Salad" Lunch Order Form
Theresa Tasse, Educational Assistant at St. Patrick School in Cobalt, has retired after 36 years in Catholic education. On Friday, April 1st, staff and students assembled to honour Mrs. Tasse and show their appreciation to her for all of her years working with students.
In the picture (attachement), Mrs. Tasse is standing with the grade 8 students after they made their presentation to her.Retiring Educational Assistant, Mrs Tasse, pictured with Grade 8 Students
On March 1st, the Jk/Sk and Grade 1 students were polled as to whether they thought that March came in like a Lion or a Lamb. This year, because it was sunny but with a strong cold wind, the students added a third column to represent a combination of Lion and Lamb.Picture of March 1st Lion or Lamb
Cooperative snowman building. Grade 7 students at St. Patrick School work along junior and senior kindergarten students to teach them the finer points of building a snowman. A great example of team work!Picture of St. Pats Students Building a snowman
St. Patrick School in Cobalt celebrated Family Literacy Day by inviting parents to join us for an afternoon of games. Students then assembled in the gym for the monthly Virtue assembly presented by the grade 4 class.St. Pats Celebrates Family Literacy Day
In the Japanese culture the carp is a symbol of courage. Grade 4 students created carps and provided the students of St. Patrick School in Cobalt lessons and learnings on courage.Grade 4 students design Carp
Students from Grades 6, 7 and 8 at St. Pats in Cobalt participated in a dance workshop lead by members of Motus O Dance. Motus O Dance is a travelling theatrical group making a stop in Cobalt to perform at the Classic Theatre as part of the Pied Piper Kids Show series.Pictured here are Grade 8 students with their dance teacher.
The Early Learning Program children and St. Patrick Catholic School JK, SK and Grade 1 students are seen here at the ribbon cutting ceremony on November 12th. Timiskaming Child Care provided the playground structure, while Northeastern CDSB provided the ground preparation. The children are very excited to be able to use equipment more suited to their age and size and can't wait for recess to begin to use it. This newest addition to St. Patrick Catholic School is also great news for the community as well; as all children are coming to the school in the early evening to play on this new playground equipment.Picture of Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
St. Patrick Catholic School students and staff joined hands to celebrate and commemorate World Peace Day on September 21, 2010.St. Patrick Catholic School Celebrates World Peace Day Picture
The attached document is given out every year to all St. Patrick Catholic School students. The document details the school code of conduct, school expectations, classroom procedures and outlines how Respect for one another is paramount.St. Patrick Catholic School Code of Conduct