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Our mission is to provide a quality education within a Christ-centered environment that empowers students to learn beyond academics.
Nurtured Heart Approach®

St. Agnes School uses this approach for both students and their families. Developed by Howard Glasser, the approach is more than a parenting or teaching tool. It builds healthy relationships. It is an act of seeing the greatness in someone and reflecting back in the moment what you see to build inner wealth in each individual.

Multigrade Classrooms

Students develop better study habits as they become independent learners in multigrade classrooms. They also develop a greater degree of social responsibility through cooperation, respectfulness, and consideration while working with their peers. Grades 3 & 4 and grades 5 & 6 are the current multigrade classrooms at St. Agnes School. 

The Daily 5™

The Daily 5™ is a series of literacy activities in which the students work independently on meaningful reading and writing while the classroom teacher meets with individuals and/or small groups. Students cycle through five activities: 1) read to self, 2) read to someone, 3) work on writing, 4) word work, and 5) listen to reading. This framework helps students develop their daily habits of reading, writing, and working with peers. The goal is to foster these good habits and develop lifelong skills of independent literacy.

Small Class Sizes

St. Agnes School typically has 10-15 students in each classroom. This allows for more interaction between the student and teacher resulting in academic excellence.

Multiage Education

Multiage Education recognizes all children learn to walk and talk at different developmental stages of growth, therefore academic growth also happens at different ages. We recognize each child’s learning style and pace of learning. An enriching and stimulating learning environment is provided allowing to accommodate all learners where the primary focus is on the student. The St. Agnes School multi-age classroom consists of students ages 4, 5, and 6. This learning environment allows students to become natural leaders and mentors among their peers.

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The 3rd and 4th grade students help organize local food drives.

Every November, St. Agnes students, along with parishioners and religious education students, collect non-perishable foods to be donated at the end of the month.

St. Agnes also has a Lenten Outreach Program that gathers food for the local food shelf. Each Thursday of Lent during the students’ liturgy, there's a special collection of nonperishable food items or monetary donations for the food shelf. Students are asked to participate as often as possible.

By following Jesus’ example, we can help others in our community.

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