Here is the list of community activities FSA and families did during 2018-2019 School Year!

JUNE

  • 1st – 5K Run – June 1st, 2019
  • 3rd7th Book fair
  • 4th Speaker Series
    • Gay Browne, Author of Living with a Green Heart
  • 7th – FSA sponsored Outdoor Movie Night
    • 7:30 PM
    • $5 per person / Concessions will be available
    • Bring your own beach chair
  • 8th – Milton Scholastic Chess Tournament
    • Milton Public Library (Keys Room on lower level)
    • 9:00am – 2:00pm
    • SAS will be represented by some of the Chess club students
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MAY

APRIL

MARCH

FEBRUARY

JANUARY

DECEMBER

NOVEMBER

OCTOBER

  • Trunk or Treat
  • FSA Open Meeting
  • Principals Coffee 10/09
  • Hayride
  • Yogurt Bar Dine for a Cause

SEPTEMBER

  • FSA Sponsored: School Dance

JUNE-JULY

  • Popsicles with the Principal
  • FSA Fundraiser: Movie Night

OTHER SAS Activities

  • Winter Windfall Calendar Starting on – 12/1
  • Christmas concert – 12/13 – 1 and 6 pm

 

St. Agatha at the South Shore Science Festival

St. Agatha was well represented at the South Shore Science Festival, Mrs. Carr, Mrs. Carito and Ms. Powers supported the students that placed in a very high place the name of the school, some of the presenters include:

PresenterProject / Activity / Workshop Name
Casey
Laflamme
Can you pop a balloon with a skewer?
Amber FoleyVolcanoes
Owen
Crowley
How does an electric motor works
Patrick
McErlane
What went wrong with the Tacoma-Narrows Bridge
Owen
Kourafas
Suspension Bridge
Tyler AmesWhich Salt will grow the most crystals?
Chloe
McGrath
Counterfeiting
Devin
Mandeville
Dry Ice Bubbles
Connor CliffordWhich Do you Hit Further With- A Metal or Wooden Bat?
Riley
Swenson
Are Fingerprints inheritable?
Liam KellyDoes the weight of a hockey puck affect the damage to a foam board.
Bruno
Barroso
Improve your Chess!

7th Parent Teachers science Week

Outstanding participation of Parents, Teachers, Alumni and most important the students had a lot of fun during the Parent Teachers Science Week.

This week Parents shared their STEM experience with the students brining fun activities tailored according to the audience age, students were eager to participate and in fact they had a lot o fun!

Who said Math or Science or Engineering was not so fun! Ask the children again…. Here are few pictures of the experience, more will be available in a gallery coming soon.

K2

1st Grade

3rd Grade

4th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade