Mary, Star of the Sea school is blessed to have several students from around the world and those who are able to travel abroad. With this global resource at hand, an opportunity often arises where students are able to teach fellow students about other countries. Recently, 5th grader Malena Medan-Pass visited her relatives in Argentina. […]
“There is a voice inside of you that whispers all day long, ‘I feel that this is right for me, I know that this is wrong.’ No teacher, preacher, parent, friend or wise man can decide what’s right for you – just listen to the voice that speaks inside” – Shel Silverstein 5th graders hosted […]
Our Christmas wish for you … May the magic of Christmas gladden your heart with the joys of the season. May the spirit of Christmas bless you with greater strength. May the promise of Christmas bring you and your loved ones endless blessings. – Mary, Star of the Sea School
This year, to celebrate All Saints Day, each classroom at Mary, Star of the Sea school adopted a saint to honor. After careful thought, each class picked a saint, learned about their special saint, and then designed a banner to commemorate them, which they then carried proudly and reverently in a procession to the church. […]
Imagine third and fourth graders in lab jackets, goggles, and gloves extracting DNA from papaya slices. On October 20th, 2016, Mary, Star of the Sea students were able to go from imagination to reality as they participated in the popular “Gene-ius Day” program at the University of Hawaii. By using a procedure the College of […]
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The 3rd graders are holding up their batik. They drew sea creatures in glue on fabric. Once dry they painted the fabric. After that dried they soaked the fabric and picked off the glue lines to reveal the white fabric underneath which outlined their sea creatures. These will be turned into reading pillows over the […]