***Interesting read on when to keep your children home from school.


-2018 SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION FOR EIGHTH (8TH) GRADE STUDENTS: The Lucinda L. Jasper Scholarship Fund, Inc. (LLJSF) announces the 2018 Scholarship Competition.  The LLJSF Competition is open to all eighth grade students attending a Catholic elementary school in the Archdiocese of Washington D.C. who are attending a Catholic high school in the fall in the Archdiocese of

Washington D.C.

Interested students can apply online at  Students must complete an application form, write a 1500-2500 word essay, provide one teacher recommendation and have the principal submit a school report.  Details on the essay submission can be found at the website,  Submissions are accepted ONLY online and are due by March 31, 2018.

For more information, visit or contact Charmene Alston, Director of Applications, at 301-780-5313 or send an email to

-8th Grade Graduation will be Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 6:30 in the church with a reception immediately following in the MHC.  Your last day of school will be Thursday, May 31st

-Public School Rising Freshman Orientation:

TUES., MARCH 6, 2018        
6:00 – 8:00 PM

THURS., MARCH 8, 2018    <———–TONIGHT
6:00 – 8:00 PM

TUES., MARCH 13, 2018
6:00 – 8:00 PM


8th Grade:  


Lesson 17 vocab workbook will be due TOMORROW, 3/9 and the quiz will be Monday, 3/12.  Please continue working on your Trip of a Lifetime project.  It is due next Monday, 3/12.  We will have one more day in the computer lab (Friday) for you to polish your presentation.  AR projects are due BY 3/19.  No late projects will be accepted.  Please read the final chapter (12) of Across 5 Aprils and write your journal entry for tomorrow.  Your book test will be next week.

7th Grade: please make sure you have your research and your outline that you have completed for your in-class research project for class tomorrow.  If you need to conduct further research on your author in order to lengthen your paragraphs, you will need to do so at home.

6th Grade: Your Pay it Forward comprehension questions for Chapter 25 are due tomorrow.  Please remember to write in complete sentences.