Order your SPV yearbooks today! This COVID-19 school year is certainly a year to remember!
about 1 month ago, Ms. Ketschke
yearbooks
Our students are excited to celebrate National Read Across America Day by dressing up as a character from their favorite book! What is your favorite book?
about 2 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
National Read Across America Day!
Thanks so much to our friends at Marshall's Department store east Providence! This donation of masks and hand-sanitizers will help to off-set the cost of our monthly PPE expenses. We have continued to work tirelessly at keeping our children in-school and safe during these COVID times!
about 2 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
PPE
A teacher takes a hand, open a mind, and touches a heart. Happy St. Valentine's Day!
2 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Teacher
Teacher
Our eighth grade and first grade students enjoyed some socially distant activities today to celebrate St. Valentine’s Day. Our buddy program is one aspect of SPV that we love! What do you love about SPV?
2 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
8th grade moms
sister and student
valentines
"Everyone has his own specific vocation or mission in life; everyone must carry out a concrete assignment that demands fulfillment. Therein he cannot be replaced, nor can his life be repeated, thus, everyone's task is unique as his specific opportunity to implement it." Viktor E. Frankl
2 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Vocations
Decade Day during Catholic Schools Week!
2 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Decade Day
Decade Day Dress up
COVID has encouraged us all to be outside more. Our teachers have gotten really creative at bringing classroom learning outside! Our fourth graders diagrammed sentences on the playground with chalk!
3 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Sentence diagraming!
Our first graders traveled around the room today on a site word search!
3 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Sight words
First grade
Beatitudes
Our seventh grade students continue to learn about parts of the brain! Their teacher, Miss Kraus, had them make really creative brain hats labeling the different parts of the brain.
3 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Ms. Kraus
Brain hats!
Brain hats!
Kindergarten is busy this morning in morning meeting! They are learning all about the calendar, days of the week, and months of the year!
3 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Morning meeting
We had a great distance learning week! Looking forward to see you in person on Monday!
3 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Distance learning
SPV is rocking distance learning this week! Even our 3s and 4s are hard at work!
3 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
PreK thinking
Charles Dickens, “A Christmas Carol”. Making literature come to life!
4 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
7th grade
Do you have more shopping to do? Come buy some SPV gear to support our student council! More information will be emailed home shortly!
4 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Christmas shopping
During this Advent season our 6th graders having been creating a Jessie Tree each day! What are your Advent traditions?
4 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Jessie tree
Thanks to our student council for our Advent bulletin board! Let’s us remember this third week of Advent to rejoice!
4 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Advent
Our students visited the Our Lady of Guadalupe alter in our school gym today. Her feast day is celebrated tomorrow 12/12. Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe ¡Ruega por nosotros!
4 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
OLG
Animal Farm, French and Indian War, inequalities and graphing, morality, force and velocity and more— our St. Pius V eighth graders are being challenged so they will thrive in high school!
4 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
8th
8th grade
Happy Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. Mass is at 7pm tonight at St. Pius if you are looking for a night Mass! Mother Mary- pray for us!
4 months ago, Ms. Ketschke
Church