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The Northland's closest private preschool and grade school to downtown, read the latest news about St. Patrick School including important dates and student information here.

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Upcoming Events

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Join us for the 5th annual St. Pat's Holy Roast Barbecue Cook Off June 5 & 6, 2015.

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Enhanced Learning

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St. Patrick school offers preschool through 8th grade students numerous enhanced learning opportunities. Read about special student activities here...

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St. Patrick Press 5-21-15


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7th Grade Science & Social Studies Week of May 18th through 22nd


7th Grade Science: Objectives: Students are learning about the life cycle of stars and the types of galaxies that exist.  The types of galaxies that exist are elliptical, spiral, irregular, and barred.  A galaxy is a group of stars, nebulae, dust, gases, and planets.  Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is […]

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6th Grade Science & Social Studies Week of May 18th through 22nd


6th Grade Science: Objectives: Students are continuing to learn about the the three major earthquake zones:  The Mediterranean-Asiatic Belt, the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, and the Ring of Fire.  The ring of Fire is the most active of the Earthquake zones.  Today, we plotted the different earthquake zones on a plate tectonic […]

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6th Grade Science & 6th Grade Social Studies Week of May 11th through 15th


6th Grade Science Objectives: Students are learning about different land forms that can form as a result of plate tectonic activity. Most mountain building occurs as a result of convergent boundary plate activity.   Some mountain building occurs as a result of divergent plate boundary activity,  Folded mountains occur because […]

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7th Grade Science & 7th Grade Social Studies Week of May 11th through 15th


7th Grade Science Objectives: Students are learning about the Hertzsprung Russell Diagram and star life cycles.  The Hertzsprung Russell Diagram is a way of plotting stars to see where they fit in with other stars based on their temperature and their luminosity.  Today, students plotted stars, they went into the […]

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8th Grade Science & 8th Grade Social Studies Week of May 11th through 15th


8th Grade Science Objectives: Students took a test over plate tectonics today.  This involved Continental Drift , plate boundary activity, earthquakes and volcanic activity.  Students will have one last lab this week where they will look at the hardness of minerals by looking at a mineral’s resistance to scratching. 8th […]

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St. Patrick Press for 5-08-15


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Service


The 8th grade students’ service trip involved 9 students providing 4 hours of yard work each for 2 families last Friday afternoon.  That project is the 8th grade class donation to the auction each year.  

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8th Grade Science & 8th Grade Social Studies Week of May 4th through 11th


8th Grade Science Objectives: Students are learning about earthquakes. Earthquakes are movements of the earth’s crust when plates shift and release stored potential energy.  This potential energy changes into kinetic energy.  The thee main earthquake zones are the Mediterranean-Asiatic Zone, Ring of Fire, and the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.  Today students learned […]

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7th Grade Science & 7th Grade Social Studies Week of May 4th through May 8th


7th Grade Science Objectives: Students are learning about stars composition, their life cycle, and magnitude.  Stars are spheres of gas.  The gases are mainly hydrogen and helium.  The stars fuse hydrogen into helium.  Their life cycle starts with stars in the form of nebulae.  They turn into protostars when the […]

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