Valley Catholic Middle School
Valley Catholic Middle School gives you three years of opportunities to discover your unique academic strengths, explore your spirituality, deepen your commitment to social responsibility and prepare for high school and college.
Half of the eighth-grade class went to the Multnomah County Courthouse and Justice Center on Thursday, Oct. 9.
On Monday, Oct. 13, in the high school's Kelly Auditorium, the board members of the Student Activities Board (SAB) raised the spirit of the sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-graders by leading a fun and exciting pep assembly.
When asked about his motivations behind the 2014-2015 Maryville project, Mr. Hegwood said humorously, "Honestly, you eighth-graders deserve a chance to step outside your boundaries."
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Along with a group of Valley Catholic High School seniors, the seventh-grade class traveled to Rockaway Beach, a small beach community just north of Tillamook.
Every Monday, the seventh-graders go over to the Convent to learn about the lives of the Sisters and their customs. When they visit, they learn about the Sisters' families and hobbies, as well as the history of the Convent and its traditions.
While the eighth-graders read "To Kill a Mockingbird" by Harper Lee, Ms. Duda brainstormed the idea of making an "eighth-grade kindness chain."
The AHA invited Mr. Lommen to bring four students with him to the luncheon to spread the news about Hands-only CPR and teach the technique to those who attended.
Last Friday Ms. Ferrari, the eighth-grade social studies teacher at Valley Catholic Middle School, gave a presentation to the seventh-grade students about her time in Senegal, Africa as an introduction to their unit on Africa.
The parent class about Google Drive provided the opportunity for parents to learn about how Google Drive and Gmail are being used in and out of the classroom at Valley Catholic Middle School.
Students in the Seventh-grade Study Skills class are using music and rhythm to help learn challenging concepts.
As an end to Diversity Week, the middle school had a special dress day in the theme of highlighter colors.
The soups were simmering. The guests were sharing notes about their favorites. Cellphones were flashing and the Twitterverse was buzzing. Soup's On 2014 drew 375 guests - the highest attendance since the event began in 2011 - and raised the most dollars to date for the Oregon Food Bank.
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