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Students in Grades 4, 6 and 7 sat rapt on the floor of the MacArthur Campus music room Wednesday, as Newbery Honor winner Kimberly Brubaker Bradley described the historical landscape in England before World War II in which her 2016 novel, The War That Saved My Life, is set.
Nothing says fall like our annual outdoor adventures. Grade 5 will head to the mountains of Virginia, and Grade 6 to the Chesapeake Bay.
By the time HoundsTruth lands in your inbox, eight St. Patrick's faculty members will have likely reached the top of a bumpy ride up a Haitian mountain to the community of St. Etienne. For six, this journey is a kind of homecoming, as they return to St. Etienne, St. Patrick's partner school and church.
Grade 5 students experience first-hand the effort of bringing farm-to-table.