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Kindergarten - 6th Grade

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Our school offers a robust and rigorous curriculum that meets the needs of individual learners. Our curriculum is grounded in the values taught by the Catholic Church, and our approach to discipline is based on a virtue-based system that encourages students to strive for excellence.

Our faculty and staff are dedicated to helping each student reach their full academic potential. Our staff are committed to developing our student’s critical thinking and problem-solving skills while instilling our core values of respect, responsibility, and integrity.

-Counting within 100, one to one correspondence Pattering.
-Comparing numbers and sets of objects within 10
-2D and 3D Shapes
-Teen numbers and place value
-Sorting and Classifying objects



-Force and Motion

-Sunlight's effect on the Earth's surface

-Plant and animal survival needs

-Weather and weather patterns

Reading & Writing

-Phonological/phonemic awareness

-Reading and Writing high frequency words

-Blending sounds into words

-Reading stategies and fluency

-Narrative, informational, and opinion writing

-Express ideas on paper through words and drawings

-Use letter-sound knowledge to write independently


-God Loves Us

-All About Me Family

-Holy Family Trinity

-Jesus' Life

-Bible Stories



-Golden Rule

-Advent/Lent Prayer-Annual age appropriate service project to support and connect with the community



-Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction using place value

-Add and subtract within 20

-Tell and write time to the hour and half hour

-Reason with 2D and 3D shapes and their attributes

-Recognize and identify coins, their names and their values


-How do living things stay alive and grow?

-How can we predict when the sky will be dark?

-How can we light our way in the dark?

-How can we send a message using sound?

Reading & Writing

-Ask and answer questions to determine meaning of text

-Explain major differences between stories and informational text

-Vocabulary acquisition and use

-Know and use various text features

-Production of Narrative, Informative, Explanatory, and opinion types of writing

-God created the world
-By being loving, sharing and caring we demonstrate God's love
-Recognize that the church is where communities gather to praise God
-Learn about and participate in the Liturgical year
-Understand that God will always love and care for us
-Gain knowledge of, and memorize grade level prayers
-Participate in weekly Mass

First Grade



- Multiple ways to add and subtract within 20, 100, and 1,000
- Solving one and two step word problems
- Measurement of Length, Time, and Money
- Producing Picture or Bar Graphs
-Identification of Geometric Shapes


- Life Cycles
- Plant and Animals Resemble Parents
-Earth Science: Earth, Sky, and Water
- The Sun, Moon, and Stars
- Vibrations
- Magnets and their properties

Second Grade

ELA & Writing

We follow second grade Read Well for our Language Arts. Students practice phonics, vocabulary, comprehension and fluency all while learning about theworld around them.

In the nits of Second Grade Read Well, students explore Natural Disasters, Dinosaurs, The Old West, Native American Tales, The Great Barrier Reef and more.

Students will learn about writing Narratives, Opinion,Informative, and Poetry. We learn about the writing process including Planning,Drafting, Editing, Revising and Publishing.


- God Is Our Father
- Jesus is the Son of God and Our Savior
- The Sacrament of Penance and the Eucharist
- The Paschal Mystery
- Jesus present today in the Church

Social Studies

- America’s Beginnings
- Leaders and Government
- Communities and their Resources
- People in our Communities
- Map Skills and Locations
- Family History and Culture

Math: Focus on teaching students the 5 strands of math, building their confidence and challenging their way of thinking and expressing their mathematical thought process. 

Reveal Chapters 

  1. Math is…. 

  2. Place Value to fluently add and subtract  

  3.  Multiplication and Division 

  4. Use Patterns to Multiply 0, 1, 2, 5, 10 

  5. Use properties to Multiply 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 

  6. Connect Area and Multiplication 

  7. Fractions 

  8. Fraction Equivalence and Comparison 

  9. Use Multiplication to Divide 

  10. Use Properties and Strategies to Multiply and Divide 

  11. Perimeter 

  12. Measurement and Data 

  13. Describe and Analyze 2-Dimensional Shapes 


Science:  Focus on answering students questions about the world around them using hands on experiments as much as possible.  

Daily Science Units:  

-Living things have adaptations, 

-Air is a gas that surrounds us,

-Plants have many parts 

-Light travels,

-Fossils tell us about the past.


Your child will also do STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) projects throughout the year as well.  

Third Grade

Religion: Focus on teaching students our faith in action.  

Spirit of Truth Units:     

_Jesus Reveals to us the Trinity and the Father’s Love 

-Jesus teaches us about the Kingdom of God

-We are called to Follow Jesus and Love one Another 

-The Church Continues Jesus’ Mission of Salvation and Forgiveness of Sins  

-The Sacraments of Initiation and the Sacrament of Healing and Forgiveness        

 -Mary, The Mother of God          -The Holy Spirit Guides the Church 


Your child will learn the 10 Commandments, Apostle’s Creed and Come, Holy Spirit prayers by heart.  

We will pray often together, say prayer intentions daily, go to Confession together and pray the rosary at special times.

Social Studies:  Focus on helping students better understand the world around them, starting right here in our school and our own community. 

-Communities Near and Far

-Mapping our World

-Communities, U.S.

-Geography, People and the Environment 

-Protecting Resources

-Communities Change

-Amazing Inventions 

-Ancient Civilizations

-The First People 

-Settling the Land

-Role of Citizens

-How America Works

-America: Heritage and Culture

-Culture: Expressions Around the World, Producers and Consumers, Saving and Spending.

Reading & Writing: Focus on building up your child’s confidence and fluency to be the best reader possible. 

Read Well 3

-This program provides wonderful stories from all different genres that work strongly on improving students’ comprehension, vocabulary and fluency.

-This program helps all students right where they are, whether they are still working on decoding skills or ready for complex texts. 

-Focus on teaching students the basic format of writing strong paragraphs, working up to multiple paragraphs 

-6 traits: Ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency and conventions 

-Step Up to Writing: teaches students the format for writing using different outlines and structures.

Math - Reveal
- Math Is

- Generalized Place Value Structure
- Addition and Subtraction Strategies and Algorithms
- Multiplication as Comparison
- Numbers and Number Patterns
- Multiplication Strategies with Multi-Digit Numbers
- Division Strategies with Multi-Digit Numbers

- Fraction Equivalence

- Addition and Subtraction Meanings and Strategies with Fractions
- Addition and Subtraction Strategies with Mixed Numbers
- Decimal Fractions
- Units of Measurement and Data
- Geometric Figures

Science - Daily Science
-Plants and Animals and their Environment
-Microorganisms: Disease and Benefits
-Erosion and the Earth’s Surface
-Properties of Rock and Minerals
-Electrical Energy: Heat, Light, Sound, Motion

-Simple Machines

Reading - Journeys

Literature/Informational Text
-Key Ideas and Details
-Craft and Structure
-Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
-Range of Reading and Level of Text Complexity

-Foundational Skills
-Phonics and Word Recognition; Fluency
-Speaking and Listening

-Comprehension and Collaboration, Presentation of Knowledge and Ideas


-Conventions of Standard English, Knowledge of Language, Vocab Acquisitions and Use

-Narrative Writing
-Persuasive/Opinion Writing
-Informational/ Explanatory Writing

Religion - Spirit of Truth: Jesus Teaches Us How to Live

-God Is All Good

-Conscience: God’s Voice in Our Hearts

Social Studies - Washington State
-Exploring the Pacific Northwest Prior to Statehood
-Living in Washington: Its Geography, Resources, and the Economy

-Being Citizens of Washington

Fourth Grade

-Compare and order fraction, and decimals
-Explain in words strategies used to solve problems
-Solve multi-step word problems using a variety of strategies
-Use ratio, percent and probability
-Find the radius, diameter, area, and circumference of a circle
-Represent data on various types of graphs

Fifth Grade

Social Studies

HMH into Social Studies
-The United States
-Beginnings Through the Colonies
-Revolutionary War Through Civil War
-Reconstruction to the Present

-Participate in weekly Mass
-Go to confession two times a year
-Learn about the parts of Mass
-Seven Sacraments
-Liturgical Year
-Ordinary Time
-Theological Virtues
-Research and presentations of Saints

Reading & Writing
-Compose short narratives, reports, opinion and written arguments
-Practice making connections, inferences, questions, predictions, and imagery while reading
-Conventions and editing skills
-Literary devices
-Literary elements

-Provide fresh water to those in need
-Investigating objects in the sky
-Identify materials based on their property

-Find and/or create a pattern involving decimals, fractions, mixed numbers, or whole numbers
-Express one variable algebraic equations
-Identify range, mean and median
-Use and recognize mathematical language symbols and models

Sixth Grade

Social Studies
-Define the role of archaeologists, anthropoloogists, and other scientists in the study of early human communities
-Identify significance and contributions of early civilizations
-Describe ancient civilizations economic and cultural elements
-Identify the origin of the major languages of the world today
-Understand the development of, and relationship between, civic life, politics, and government
-Make inferences to help with understanding the people, events, circumstances of the history we read about

-In-depth study of God's love as it is revealed in Sacred Scriptures
-Study of the Old Testament
-Appreciation of Salvation History
-Study of the chief prayers of the Church
-Overview of the Sacraments
-Study of the basic truths from the Catechism

Reading & Writing
-Poetry: figurative language and message
-Research Projects
-Structure and organization of a five paragraph essay
-Listening thesis, content development, concrete details and support, peer editing
-MLA format for citations
-Research presentations
-Latin and Greek roots
-Vocabulary: connotations and denotation

-Set up, organize, and use a series of notebooks to document understanding of topic studies through an inquiry-based, hands on approach to learning
-Understand and apply the Scientific Process through participation in the Science Fair
-Understand the Sun-Earth-Moon system, the planets in the solar system, and Earth's history as a planet
-Understand weather and climate through the study of atmosphere and weather patterns

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