As spring blossoms across Long Island, the Catholic Elementary schools are filled with enthusiasm, as students and teachers embrace the new season with joy and creativity. From outdoor recess, planting new creations, and studying outside, it is safe to say that these kids are enjoying the weather.
Along with beautiful weather all week, there is also no shortage of fun and growth opportunities for these young students. From schools participating in crazy sock day to raise awareness on World Down Syndrome day this week, to fourth graders running a blood drive, Catholic Elementary students are making an impact within the community.
Finally, as the Lenten season unfolds, Catholic schools are nurturing the spiritual growth of their students, offering them meaningful ways to reflect, pray, and serve others. From attending Mass and receiving the Sacraments to participating in Lenten missions and almsgiving projects, students are discovering the beauty and richness of their Catholic identity and values.
^ 2nd Graders at St. Edward the Confessor Catholic School in Syosset are enjoying the sweet outdoors while staying studious! 🌳
^ The classrooms within Notre Dame Catholic School in New Hyde Park are blooming with learning opportunities!
^ Holy Child Academy in Old Westbury showcased some of the next generations scientists at their school fair last Friday! 🧬
^ These kiddos are using their imaginations to make some pretty cool masterpieces at Holy Angels Regional School in Patchogue, so creative! 🤩
^ Long Beach Catholic Regional School students are deepening their faith and growing closer to God during the Lent season! 🙏 ✝️
^ The elementary students at Holy Name of Mary Catholic School in Valley Stream are benefiting from this fundraiser! Who doesn’t love Chick-fil-A? 😉
^ Maria Regina School in Seaford came up with such a fun way to engage students in the classroom! Learning how to navigate one card at a time 😃
^ These 2nd graders are taking a step towards forgiveness. Up next at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic School of Long Island is First Communion for these kiddos! ⛪️ ✝️
^ The Sister’s are spreading love, wisdom, and blessings to the students at Holy Family School of Hicksville 💙
^ St. Mary’s Elementary School in Manhasset 4th graders learning how to serve others and make a big impact on the community around them. Great job! 👏
^ Differences are being made through St. Aidan Catholic School – Williston Park! This week students fundraised for World Down Syndrome Day and the fourth graders are soon to become fraction masters! 💛
^ Science is soon to become a favorite subject for these students! St. Patrick’s School in Huntington always makes sure that students are having a blast. 🧬 🧪
^ Stepping up for a great cause: 3rd graders showing off their crazy socks for World Down Syndrome Day at St. William the Abbot School – Seaford
^ St. John Paul II Regional School in Riverhead Spring has sprung! These 3rd graders are embracing the fresh air and sunshine with joy! ☀️
^ Showing up in Kindergarten style means pajama and breakfast party for St. Martin De Porres Marianist School in Uniondale 🎉 🎊
^ These students at Saints Philip and James School and Academy are unleashing their curiosity in the world of science!
^ The first graders are growing deeper in their faith through leading a school mass with Our Lady of the Hamptons Regional Catholic School in Southampton. Pure hearts and spirits! ❤️ 🙏
^ Trinity Regional School in Northport Kindergarten students are taking a break from the classroom and embracing the spring weather outside! 💐☀️
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