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At Saint Benedict Academy our weekly masses are more special because our students take part in them. Each week the student body along with their teachers attend Mass at Saint Raphael Parish. Students pair up with their prayer partners while they reverently begin and end the mass with their beautiful singing. Fourth, fifth and sixth …

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Welcome Miss Hennessey!

We are excited to announce Miss Molly Hennessey as our new kindergarten teacher!!! Miss Hennessey is a graduate of St. Anselm College and has experience in an inclusive kindergarten classroom and participated in City Year last year. Her time in college was devoted to her studies as well as community service projects. Miss Hennessey will …

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SBA’s First Robotics Competition Was A Success

Saint Benedict Academy is proud of their partnership with LEGO Man, Dan Hughes. Dan comes in on Friday mornings to work with the fifth and sixth graders to teach them collaboration, participation and understanding of robots. Dan informed our students a while back about the robotics competition happening at one of the elementary schools in …

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Third Grade at Canterbury Shaker Village

The third grade enjoyed a great day at Canterbury Shaker Village.  Instead of reading from a textbook how the Shakers lived they were able to experience it.  They entered the meeting house with boys and girls using separate doors, then learned to sing and dance to a Shaker song.  The  third grade learned to write …

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Thank You to the Sponsors of the Crusader Classic 5K!

Please join Saint Benedict Academy in giving a HUGE thank you to our amazing sponsors of the 2nd Annual Crusader Classic 5K!  These sponsors help support our small Catholic school community.  We hope to see you Saturday, September 24th at 10am.  The first 100 to register will get a FREE Classic Crusader t-shirt and sunglasses.  

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Prayer Partners at Saint Benedict Academy

Developing friendships begins early at Saint Benedict Academy.  The older students are paired with the younger students to be prayer partners.  The older students learn to teach their faith through being a role model.  This helps the younger students to grow in their faith! On Wednesday August 31st, the fifth graders met their Kindergarten prayer …

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Welcome to St. Benedict Academy

As the Principal of the Saint Benedict Academy, I am delighted that you are exploring our website! As both a parent and educator, I am confident that you will be inspired by what you discover as you browse our site. Though school is out for summer, teachers and administrators are busy preparing for fall and would love to show you around our school.

Please feel free to call the main office at (603) 669-3932 or send an email to: officeadmin@stbenedictacademy.org to schedule a private tour at your earliest convenience.

God Bless,
Heather Silveira

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Saint Benedict Academy recognized as a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School

Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids and families thrive in a world of digital media and technology, has recognized St. Benedict Academy, as a Common Sense Digital Citizenship Certified School for the second consecutive year. St. Benedict Academy has demonstrated its commitment to taking a whole-community approach to preparing its students …

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Robotics Design and Programming at SBA

“Intro to LEGO Robotics Program” is a new program offered for all 5th and 6th grade students at St. Benedict Academy. The goal of this program is to help educate our students on the benefits using of LEGO Mindstorms robotics to teach problem solving, programming, mechanical design, teamwork, communication, and sportsmanship. The NH LEGO League …

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Fourth Grader’s Walking New Hampshire Culminating Event

Fourth grade students in Mrs. Hauck's class visited Canon Mountain and the Flume this month courtesy of a grant from the Toshiba Corporation. This trip was the culminating event for the annual class project in which students walk a distance equivalent to the length of the State of New Hampshire!

Please click on the link above for photos (taken by our students!) and an article recapping the day.

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SBA’s Olympic Family Fun Day

SBA's Olympic-themed Family Fun Day was a great success on Tuesday, June 9th. Students were divided into ten teams representing the nations of Argentina, Brazil, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, and the United Kingdom. From the Parade of Nations to the Games, a picnic lunch, and the Olympic Celebration Carnival, fun was had by all!

For a full recap and photos of our Gold Medal Day, please click on the link above.

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Closing Ceremony – 2015

This morning, the Saint Benedict Academy community celebrated its Closing Ceremony for the 2014-2015 Academic Year. Students, faculty, and families gathered for Mass on the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus at 8:30 with celebrant Father Jerome Day, O.S.B., at Saint Raphael Church. All of the school’s altar servers and the “graduating” sixth grade …

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6th Grade “Monkeys” Around

To celebrate the end of their time at Saint Benedict Academy, sixth grade students and their families went on a class trip to Monkey Trunks in the Lakes Region. The students really enjoyed "monkeying around" as they zip-lined and climbed through a number of obstacles.

Please click on the link for photos from the day!

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Third Grade TerraCycle Project

Mrs. Johnston's third grade class has been collecting juice pouches for recycling all year. The juice pouches are shipped to Terracyle where students receive points for them. The students are then able to "spend" their points on projects to assist communities in the United States and around the globe.

Please click on the link to learn about the different projects our students sponsored this year.

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K-3 Reading Buddies Puppet Theatre

Third grade and kindergarten partnered throughout the year to practice reading fluency and literacy skills. They ended the year with the third grade designing puppets and performing four different fairy tales for the kindergarten. Fun was had by all at the puppet performances - followed, of course, with an ice cream treat!

Please click on the link above for photos!

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Squam Lake Field Trip

Students in Kindergarten through Grade 2 visited the Squam Lake Natural Science Center in Holderness, NH on June 4 for a field trip to culminate their recent studies in science on animals, habitats, and conservation. Each grade attended a special class where they got “up close and personal” with different animals – second graders saw …

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Pen-Pal Visit

The third grade closed the year's pen-pal program at Birch Hill Terrace with visits, games, and a luncheon on Wednesday.

Please click on the link above to read more!

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Eagle Mosaics to Honor the Military

In honor of the veterans and active-duty military on Memorial Day, the third grade made mosaic eagles for our soldiers. The children used glue, dried beans, and peas to create the eagles. They then wrote and decorated a thank you card for each soldier. The artwork and cards will be shipped to Mr. Butler, a SBA parent currently deployed, and his friends. We hope they enjoy them.

Please click on the link above for photographs.

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First Communion Students

The students at faculty of Saint Benedict Academy recognized students who received the Sacrament of First Communion this spring at Mass on Tuesday, June 2. The celebrant was Fr. John Fortin, O.S.B., Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Manchester. Students were invited to wear their First Communion dresses and suits and participated in the processional.

Please click the link above for photographs.

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Pre-K Field Trip

Pre-K students in Ms. Heather’s class enjoyed a “Field Trip” on Friday as the Ferry Street lawn on campus was transformed into a Sizzling Celebration of Summer.

Please click on the link above for photos and a recap of the fun morning!

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Mary Journals

First grade has been working on Mary Journals during the month of May. They learned how to pray the rosary and about each Mystery. They also learned about the apparitions of Mary at Fatima, Lourdes, and Guadalupe.

Click on the link for photos.

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Strawbery Banke Field Trip

Mrs. Johnston's third graders and Mrs. Hauck's fourth graders visited Strawbery Banke, NH as part of their curriculum on Colonial life and Communities. Students attended an 18th and 19 Century Cooking class and visited many of the original, historic homes and businesses on the property. All of the students and teachers and parent volunteers went to the nearby park to eat lunch. It was a beautiful, sunny day to visit such a wonderful Park!

This field trip was generously supported by a grant from Target Inc. Thank you, Target!

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Crowning of Mary

Saint Benedict Academy held its Crowning of Mary Prayer Service on Tuesday, May 19th. Harkening back to tradition, students carried a bier with a statue of Mary and held pink and white carnations as they processed out of the Church, around the campus, and through the halls of the school singing Hail Mary.

Please click on the link above for photos from the afternoon and an article about the Crowning of Mary Prayer Service.

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“Principal for a Day”

Third grade student Quinn got an insider’s perspective of school administration last week in his time as SBA’s “Principal for a Day.”

Click on the link for a recap of the day and photos!

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“Annie”

Congrats to the Saint Benedict Academy Performing Arts Club cast members for their production of "Annie Jr."

Please click on the link for photos from dress rehearsal. If you have any photos from the evening that you'd like to share, please email them to Mr. McLaughlin at principal@stbenedictacademy.org or submit them via flash-drive.

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Fourth Graders Learn to Code!

Students in Mrs. Hauck’s fourth grade classes visited Saint Anselm College on Thursday April 23 for a session on computer coding and programming. The students were hosted by Dr. Carol Traynor, the Chair of the Computer Science Department at Saint Anselm.

Click on the link to learn more!

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The Big Friendly Giant

The Fifth Graders have been reading The BFG by Roald Dahl. Just before vacation, the class was half-way through the book and as an activity to tie in creative writing, the students developed their own dreams and dream jars in line with a central plot theme in the novel. For pictures and to read more, please click the link.

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April Vacation

Saint Benedict Academy is closed for April vacation.

Classes will resume on Monday, May 4.

Phone messages will not be listened to nor emails necessarily reviewed nor replied to until school resumes on May 4.

Students are reminded to wear their PE uniforms to school on Monday, May 4.

Families, please make sure that you register (new families) or reconfirm (current families) your FACTS information for 2015-2016 by Friday, May 1. Signed enrollment contracts (lime green forms) are due in the school office by Thursday, May 7 for timely processing.

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Fifth Grade Celebrates Poetry Month

Saint Anselm student Jocelyn Britton has been interning in the Fifth Grade at Saint Benedict this semester. Last week, Ms. Britton created a "Poetry Carousel" activity to launch the students into their new Language Arts unit on poetry.

Click on the link above for a description of and reflection on the activity.

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The Stations of the Cross

On Wednesday, April 1, the Fourth Grade class led our school community in a Holy Week Prayer Service reflecting on the Stations of the Cross.

Please click the link for a set of images from the morning. We invite you to reflect upon the Stations of the Cross with your family this Holy Week, and most especially on Good Friday.

Please note that the school offices will be closed on Holy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter Monday. Phone calls and emails will be answered once school resumes on Tuesday, April 7. Mass will be held at noon on Tuesday.

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CRS Rice Bowl Lesson: The Congo

Fourth, fifth, and sixth grade students came together on Monday to participate in the last of their Rice Bowl Lenten Lessons. The series, which contains age-appropriate lessons and extension activities, was created by Catholic Relief Services and engages students by helping them draw connections between the sacrifices they make through the Rice Bowl Project, the …

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Trimester 2 Honor Roll

Students in grades 4-6 who achieved Honor Roll and High Honor Roll in the second trimester were awarded their certificates after Mass on Wednesday, March 25. Please click on the link above for a picture.

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It’s Yearbook Time

SBA Families, you can pre-order your child's yearbook now at http://stbenedictyearbook.picaboo.com/.

Orders must be made through the Picaboo website by May 2.

Remember, every yearbook includes 4 FREE pages that YOU can personalize for your child. As one of our auction items this year, Mr. McLaughlin will take care of completing the personalized portion for you (and Picaboo has generously donated the cost of the winner's yearbook!).

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Simple Machines

Recently, the fifth grade class was assigned a Simple Machines Project where they were to create a compound machine by using two or more simple machines to design an invention that would make people's lives easier in some way. To check out some of their creative inventions, please click on the link above.

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Global Village Parternship

Recently, the sixth grade class had the pleasure of special visitors from Iraq. This was one of several scheduled visits throughout the year in partnership with the International Student Office at Southern New Hampshire University. For a recap of the visit - and photos - please click on the link above.

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K-3 Reading Buddies

Kindergarten and Third Grade students gathered in the library on Friday, March 13 as part of the classrooms' Reading Buddies programs. Throughout the year, third grade students select and read books to their Kindergarten reading buddies. As the Kindergarten students develop their reading skills over the course of the year, they look forward to reading along with - and, eventually, to - their reading buddies.

To check out photos from Friday's reading session, please click on the link above.

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Ugali: A Lenten Lesson

The Catholic Relief Services Rice Bowl Project is an integral part of Saint Benedict Academy’s religion instruction during the Lenten season. Students have been learning about the countries and communities where their monetary donation will go and make a difference in the lives of others. Recently, the first, second, and third grade classes teamed up …

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The NED Show

“Never give up. Encourage others. Do your best.”

Ask your Crusader what NED stands for, and that is the response that you’ll get. SBA hosted a special presentation of the NED show on Monday afternoon. Click on the link above to learn more about the presentation and why there are now yoyos everywhere at SBA!

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SBA Spirit Contest

SBA students and faculty were invited to participate in our February vacation SBA Spirit photo contest. Families were asked to submit a photo of their Crusader with some of their SBA gear. Click on the link above to check out this month's entries!

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Second Grade Ash Wednesday Lesson

Students in Mrs. Freethey's second grade class learned about Ash Wednesday and how the day marks the beginning of Lent during their religion class last week. Students created a Lenten Book which they'll use throughout this season of preparation to reflect on their relationship with Christ. For photographs from the lesson, please click on the link above.

A reminder, school offices are closed this week for February vacation. Emails and phone calls will be reviewed and replied to once school resumes on March 2. Thank you for your understanding!

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K-2 Fundamentals of Basketball a Slam Dunk!

One of SBA's winter basketball program is the K-2 Fundamentals of Basketball Skills Program. Parent coaches Lewis Cataldo, Christoper Tuomala, and Lauren Jenkins held sessions from December through February teaching students about dribbling, passing, shooting, and working together as a team. The group celebrated the last skills day with a special pizza party in the gym. Each student also received a special SBA Crusader basketball t-shirt.

Click the link for a team photo!

A reminder, school offices are closed this week for February vacation. Emails and phone calls will be reviewed and replied to once school resumes on March 2. Thank you for your understanding!

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Second Grade – Presidents’ Day

In celebration of Presidents' Day last week, second grade students read books on different presidents and created posters with the information they learned. Click the link for photos!

A reminder, school offices are closed this week for February vacation. Emails and phone calls will be reviewed and replied to once school resumes on March 2. Thank you for your understanding!

The fourth grade field trip to Concord has been postponed. Students in that class are now invited to participate in today's $1 dress down day.

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Diocesan Principals Meeting Held at SBA

Saint Benedict Academy hosted the quarterly Diocesan Principals Meeting on campus on Thursday, February 19th. For a recap of the day, please click on the link above.

Several students from fifth grade joined the assembly to lead the gathering in song. Thank you for sharing your voices in prayer!

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Luncheon at SBA

SBA hosted a special luncheon in the library on Thursday to thank many of the priests, pastoral staff, and Diocesan leadership for their continued support of Saint Benedict Academy and to share with them the many great things going on at SBA.

Thank you for attending and for all of your prayers and support for SBA!

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Beauty and the Beast

Students in grades 4 to 6 were treated to a performance of Disney's "Beauty and the Beast" at the Derryfield School on Friday morning. For photos from the morning, please click on the link above.

Break-a-leg to the cast and crew this weekend!

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Pen-Pal Visit

Third grade students in Mrs. Kathy Johnston's class were excited to welcome their pen-pals from Birch Hill Terrace to campus on Wednesday. For an account of the morning and photographs, please click on the link above.

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Technology and the Arts

Students in Ms. Maloof's Educational Technology class used their emergent skills in creating shapes and formatting those shapes in PowerPoint to create original pieces of art in the style of Dutch painter Piet Mondrian. To view images from the day, please click on the link above.

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Fr. Jerome Visits Third Grade

After Tuesday's Mass celebrating the Feast of Saint Blaise, Father Jerome Day, O.S.B. visited his Third Grade Prayer Partners in their religion class. To read more and view pictures from the afternoon, please click on the link above.

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Digital Citizenship Certification – First in NH!

Common Sense, the national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids and families thrive in a world of digital media and technology, has recognized Saint Benedict Academy as a Common Sense Digital Citizenship: Certified School for educating its students to be safe, smart, and ethical digital citizens.

Saint Benedict Academy is the first and only school in the State of New Hampshire to receive this recognition.

For more information about this honor, please click on the link above.

A special thanks to Educational Technology teacher Ms. Christine Maloof for her work in helping the school to achieve this certification!

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Feast of Saint Blaise

Saint Benedict Academy students and faculty celebrated the Feast of Saint Blaise at their weekly school Mass today. For pictures from the blessing, please click on the link above.

Saint Benedict Academy gathers for Mass as a school community each week. Please join us Tuesday, February 10 at Noon at Saint Raphael Church.

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CYO Day of Service

Saint Benedict Academy basketball players capped off Catholic Schools Week by participating in the annual Catholic Youth Organization Day of Service. Click the link above for more information and a photo!

Registration/Enrollment Reminder

Current families who have not yet completed the registration process for 2015-2016 need to let the office know of their intentions for next school year by Friday, February 6.

New students and families are invited to set up personal tours of the school to learn more about Saint Benedict Academy. There are currently openings in all grades pre-K to grade 6. Please call 603-669-3932 to set up your visit.

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Catholic Schools Week, 2015!

Registration/Enrollment Reminder

Current families who have not yet completed the registration process for 2015-2016 need to let the office know of their intentions for next school year by Friday, February 6.

New students and families are invited to set up personal tours of the school to learn more about Saint Benedict Academy. There are currently openings in all grades pre-K to grade 6. Please call 603-669-3932 to set up your visit.

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Memory Lane Cafe Service Outreach

After an amazing performance in our annual Christmas Pageant, the fifth and sixth grade students' voiced were warmed up and ready to perform for our friends at Memory Lane Cafe, sponsored by the Cashin Center last month. To learn about their visit and the community outreach of our students, please click on the link above.

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Winter Clothing Drive Success!

The Third and Sixth Grade Classes ran an extremely successful coat drive to benefit the St. Raphael Food and Clothing Pantry. Members of the school and wider community participated in the drive for new and gently-worn coats, hats, and mittens. The support we had was overwhelming as was the participation and enthusiasm the two classes that organized the drive.

To learn more about this community service outreach project, please click on the link above.

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Winter Open House

Prospective students and families are invited to Saint Benedict Academy's Winter Open House on Wednesday, January 14 from 4 to 5:30 PM. Saint Benedict Academy has openings for students in grades pre-K to six.

During the Open House, students and families will be treated to a tour of our campus and learn about our 126 year tradition of providing a rigorous Catholic education on Manchester's Westside. Visitors will be able to meet our faculty and speak with our principal.

If you cannot make the open house but would still like to visit campus, a private tour can be arranged by calling the school at 603-669-3932.

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Christmas Pageant

Saint Benedict Academy presented its annual Christmas Pageant on Tuesday evening. Please click on the link above and visit the school's Facebook page for photographs from the evening!

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SBA Receives a Grant from Target

Saint Benedict Academy was named as a recipient of a $700 field trip grant from Target Inc. The grant will underwrite the Third and Fourth Grade spring field trip to the Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth. This most recent grant comes on the heels of the Fourth Grade's grant from Toshiba. Congratulations to the Third and Fourth Grade classes!

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SBA Receives Grant from Toshiba

Saint Benedict Academy is the recipient of a generous grant from the Toshiba America Foundation. The grant, titled "Walking Across New Hampshire" will support and extend the learning objectives for Mrs. Hauck's Fourth Grade curriculum on the State of New Hampshire.

Please click on the link above to read about the curriculum and an overview of the grant. We will certainly share more about this story as it develops over the school year!

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Pen Pal Christmas Visit

On Wednesday, December 10, the third grade traveled to Birch Hill Terrace Nursing Home in Bedford for a special Christmas celebration with their pen pals. To read more about their special morning of caroling, cookies, and conversation, please click on the link above.

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Feast of the Immaculate Conception

Enraptured by the splendor of your heavenly beauty, and impelled by the anxieties of the world, we cast ourselves into your arms, O Immaculate Mother of Jesus and our Mother, Mary, confident of finding in your most loving heart appeasement of our ardent desires, and a safe harbor from the tempests which beset us on every side. - Pope Pius XII

Saint Benedict Academy students and faculty will joined the Saint Raphael Parish community to celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception at 12 noon today at Saint Raphael Church. After Mass, Honor Roll students from the first trimester were recognized and students in grades 2 and 4 led the community in an Advent Prayer Service.

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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas!

Saint Benedict Academy is preparing for its annual Christmas Pageant to be held on Tuesday, December 16 at 6 PM at Saint Raphael Church. The school and wider community are invited to share in the joy of the Christmas story presented by our 130 costumed performers.

Our littlest learners in pre-K will be the drummer boys (and girls!) accompanying the Wise Men. On Thursday, the pre-K had a costume fitting - to check out the pictures, please click on the link above!

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Internet Safety Session for Parents

Saint Benedict Academy has partnered with Officer Paul Rondeau of the Manchester Police Department for a special 1-hour class for parents concerning Internet Safety on Wednesday, December 3 at 6 PM at SBA.

Officer Rondeau's presentation will address: General Internet Safety, Social Media, Internet Predators, Cyber-bullying, and Tools for Parents.

If you plan on attending, please contact the office.

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Saint Benedict Academy students, faculty, and administration wish you a special Happy Thanksgiving! We hope that your holiday is blessed and joyful.

Our Kindergarten class hosted their family and friends to a special Thanksgiving Feast last week, and our Pre-K class joined their 6th Grade Prayer Partners for a special activity. Click on the link above to check out photos from the events.

Please note that the school is closed Wednesday, November 26 to Friday, November 28 for the Thanksgiving holiday.

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St. Anselm College Service Learners: Stewardship of Creation

Saint Anselm students Hannah O’Halloran and Riley Duggan have spent the past semester at Saint Benedict Academy as part of a service learning opportunity in their Liberation Theology Class. Service learning permits the college students to take the lessons they’re learning in their coursework out into the community – essentially, making the world their classroom!

Saint Benedict Academy students have benefited from the partnership too in learning from their college volunteers. To read about O'Halloran and Duggan's work with our Third Grade class this semester, please click on the link above!

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Children’s Author Visits SBA Students

SBA welcomed children's author David Ira Rottenberg to campus on Friday for a dramatic reading of his book "Gwendolyn the Graceful Pig." Mr. Rottenberg was joined by dancers from Dimensions in Dance in Manchester who acted out the story. Students enjoyed getting to meet an author and ask questions about his book and his journey to become a published author.

For a recap of the morning and photos from the reading, please click on the link above.

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FUNdamentals of Basketball Kicks Off

Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade students joined Coaches Cataldo, Jenkins, and Tuomala for the first night of our FUN-damentals of Basketball Program on Wednesday in the school gym.

To learn more about the program, please click on the link above.

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Hello, Mr. Turkey, How Are You?

Pre-School students in Ms. Heather's class have enjoyed learning about Thanksgiving. Click on the link above for a photo.

Mrs. Connors' Kindergarten class will have their annual Thanksgiving Breakfast Feast this week!

Remember, our Thanksgiving break will start on Wednesday, November 26 with no school November 26-28. School will resume on Monday, December 1.

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Fourth Grade: Hour of Code

We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly hinge on understanding how technology works. Students in Mrs. Hauck's Fourth Grade class will get to experience a unique opportunity this December that we hope will inspire and deepen student interest in computer programming.

Click the link above to learn more!

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Reminder – Pasta Dinner

Join the Saint Benedict Academy community for a fall Pasta Dinner on Wednesday, November 12. Seatings are available at 5:30 and 6:30. Tickets are $5.00 per adult, $3.00 per child - with a maximum of $25 per family. Tickets may be purchased at the door.

The meal is being sponsored by the Kindergarten and Pre-K Classrooms and Families. All proceeds from tonight's meal will go to support our annual "Family Fun Day" in the spring. The meal will include pasta, homemade meatballs and sauce, salad, bread and dessert.

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Noah F. – Principal of SBA for a Day!

Third grade student Noah F. spent Thursday, October 30 as SBA's "Principal for a Day." Noah received this privilege from our spring auction. He was excited to lead the school and make the day special for all the students and teachers. To read about the day and view pictures, please click on the link above.

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When the Saints Go Marching In

Saint Benedict Academy prepared for the Solemnity of All Saints by attending a special celebration of the Mass on October 31. Students in Mrs. Silveira's first grade class helped the students, faculty, and community reflect on the lives of the Saints by portraying fifteen different Catholic Saints. Please click on the link above!

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Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed

Fifth and sixth grade students from Saint Benedict Academy were among the first students in New England to partake in the new special exhibition on the Mayan Civilization at Boston's Museum of Science. To read about their visit and how teachers made history come alive, please click on the link above!

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Rosary Prayer Service

Students in Mrs. Timpe's fifth grade class and their prayer partners in Mrs. Connors' Kindergarten class led the Saint Benedict Academy student body in a Rosary Prayer Service on Tuesday, October 28. We invite you to join our school community in prayer this last week of the month by praying the Rosary with your family.

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The Principal and the Pumpkin

Principal McLaughlin spent Wednesday morning with the pre-K students in Ms. Heather’s room. Mr. McLaughlin read “It’s Pumpkin Time” with the students and talked about how pumpkins grow from seeds into pumpkins over the course of the year. The students then received an individual mini-pumpkin which they decorated to share with their families at home.

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Incredible Cell Projects

This past week, the Fifth Grade Science Class presented their Incredible Cell Projects. To learn more about how the students designed and constructed three-dimensional models, please click on the link above!

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