Curriculum in the Elementary Program is more structured. In all areas of the curriculum, foundational skills are taught using a variety of materials and resources. Children experience a wide range of learning opportunities. During these years, children also begin to develop a sense of pride and responsibility. Children who are supported with firm limits can organize and complete tasks, take responsibility for their actions, and take pride in their accomplishments.
Curriculum for the Elementary Program is designed as a continuum of learning experiences rather than a set of narrow skills. Language arts, math, science, religion, and social studies, as well as fine arts and physical education, are integrated and adapted to the learning styles and development needs of students.
|Religion (K-6)||We Believe||William H Sadlier Publishers|
|Journeys||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publisher|
|Math||Progress in Mathematics||William H Sadlier Publishers|
|Science||Science Fusion||Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Science|
|Social Studies||Studies Weekly||Studies Weekly Scholastic News|
|Handwriting||Writing Our Catholic Faith||Universal Publishers|
|PK3 & PK4 Religion||Seeds||Pflaum|
|PK3 & PK4 Reading||Little Treasures||MacMillan-McGraw Publishers|
|Kindergarten Reading||Treasures||MacMillan-McGraw Publishers|