St. Ann’s and St. Agnes are hosting a CYO football camp starting Monday, July 17 through Thursday, July 20 at Bishop Miege, 5:30-8:00 p.m. This CYO experience will include drills for Fundamentals, Blocking, Tackling, Offensive Holes, Position and Stances, Catching Drills, Running Drills, Throwing Drills, Defensive Gap Coverage, Conditioning Drills, Touch Scrimmage each day, “Fastest Player” In Camp competition and many other opportunities to hone your football skills. The price is reasonable and the learning experience will be positive and beneficial! Click here for more information and to get the registration form.
YMCA Day Camp at St. Agnes (July 31-August 11): YMCA will host a traditional day camp at St. Agnes. New experiences, skill-building, a sense of community and friendship are all part of traditional Youth Summer Day Camp. Campers explore a different theme each week. Activities include arts and crafts, science and technology, swimming, field trips, nature and more. Campers will build self-confidence, appreciate teamwork and sportsmanship while gaining independence as they nurture their spirits, challenge their mind and strengthen their bodies. Kids can explore a variety of interests and have fun along the way. Click here for more information and to register.
YClub After-School Club at St. Agnes (every day after school, starting August 22): The YClub offers a safe, exciting and convenient option for after-school care at St. Agnes. The students who participate will have plenty of active play, homework time (if you choose) and other activities incorporated as part of their time after-school. Click here for more information and to register.
These are great opportunities for our parish and school community! We are grateful for the partnership and know the students will benefit.
The enthusiasm is building! The students are excited to see their friends, parents are excited to see their kids go back to school and the teachers are ready for a new school year!
On Sunday, August 20, plan to kick off the school year. After noon mass, you can plan to bring your school supplies and meet your teacher. Then don’t forget to visit the volunteer fair in the gym…there are a ton of ways to get involved and help make our school successful. Finally, you’ll need some ice cream after all that work…the Dad’s Club is hosting the ice cream social outside.
It’s going to be a great school year! Join us!
Who doesn’t want to golf on a beautiful Friday afternoon?
Register or volunteer or be involved with this great fundraiser to support the students of St. Agnes. Shot-gun start is 1:00 p.m. including lunch, prizes, games and dinner just to name a few of the fun planned.
Click here for more information on how to register, sponsor, volunteer and be part of this great St. Agnes community event.
There has been so many successes and highlights from 2016-2017…and there’s still a lot of learning and exploring happening!
- In kindergarten, Q and U got married! It was a great way to learn about the phonics of q and u…and the students loved celebrating a wedding.
- The 4th graders went on a field trip to the Money Museum…money, money, money!
- The 8th graders led the May Crowning celebration.
- The 6th graders went on their field trip to the Day at the K to cheer on the Kansas City Royals and enjoyed a beautiful day outside.
The teachers, students, staff and parents are all looking forward to celebrating the end of another academic year!
On Friday, April 28th our school community participated in our annual day of service, the 2017 Rams Reaching Out. This year’s theme was in honor of Saint Teresa of Calcutta as we honor her canonization into sainthood. The day started with a mass celebrated with Archbishop Naumann. After that, each grade participated in service projects within our community in conjunction with Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas and their programming.
Rams Reaching Out by the numbers:
Preschool: 126 bags of pasta
Kindergarten: 122 bags of coffee
1st grade: 240 kits for mothers and their babies
2nd grade: 290 books donated, 100 bookmarks made
3rd grade: 250 summer lunches made
4th grade: 692 hygiene items, 30 rosaries made
5th grade: 45 personal care kits made
6th grade: 509 food items donate
7th grade: 50 bags of clothes donated
8th grade: 195 household items donated
147 bags decorated for shelters
It was a great day for St. Agnes!! We are St. Agnes proud!
Click here to check out all the great learning going on at St. Agnes!