This Week's Events


Registration for the 2017-2018 School Year is ongoing. 
Reminder: Sports and Classroom Fees are due, also please return HSA SignUp Sheet, Walking and Publicity Permission Form, Emergency Contact Sheet, and Internet Permission Slip for students in Gr. 3-6 

November 13, 2017

8:10 am Morning Prayer in Gym
2:30 pm Girls' BB
6:00 pm Boys' BB

2:30 pm Student Council Meeting
2:30 pm Cheerleading
6:00 pm Boys' BB

2:30 pm Art Club
2:30 pm Cheerleading
6:00 pm Boys' BB


Honor Hat Day
9:00 am Supervisory Visit
2:30 pm Make-Up Day for STREAM Academies if needed

1st Quarter Report Cards
8:30 am Honor Assembly

No School PK - Gr. 6
11:00 am - 7:00 pm Parent Teacher Conferences

8:10 am Morning Prayer in Gym
11:00 am Thanksgiving Feast

8:30 am Thanksgiving Liturgy
11:00 am Dismissal All Grades
NO Latch-Key

23, 24
No School
Happy Thanksgiving

8:10 am Morning Prayer in Gym
2:30 pm Girls' BB
6:00 pm Boys' BB

2:30 pm Cheerleading
6:00 pm Boys' BB
6:30 pm HSA Board Meeting in Learning Commons
Grade 6 Shadow Day at Niagara Catholic
2:30 pm Cheerleading
6:00 pm Boys' BB
Yearbook Picture Retake Day

SAVE THE DATE: Craft & Vendor Show, Saturday, December 2nd, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm (Interested Vendors: Application and Agreement can be downloaded under Student Life, Newsletter) 
Please continue to support our ongoing fundraisers: CandyGram Sale, Student Council Food Drive, Pancake Breakfast, Ink Cartridge/Toner Recycle, Box Tops for Education, Pop Tabs for the Ronald McDonald House

Early Learning Center for 3 and 4 year olds

Why a Catholic WNY Pre School for your child?

During the Pre-Kindergarten years, children can learn important skills that will provide them with the cornerstones necessary for the development of later academic skills. Research confirms that the patterns of learning in Pre-Kindergarten are closely linked to later achievement, strong foundations, and better performance in the primary grades.

Our most important goal at the Catholic Academy Early Learning Center for three and four year olds is to help our students become independent, self-confident, inquisitive learners. We are teaching them how to learn, not just in Pre-K, but all through their educational years. We strive to give the children good habits and attitudes, particularly a positive sense of themselves, which will make a difference throughout their lives.

We follow the NYS Core Curriculum which has been adopted by 48 states. The learning standards we teach are a part of the Board of Regents Guidelines. In order to accomplish all these mandated learning standards, we have adopted a four day program which we believe will help all the students succeed. 

Mrs. Sliwowski with aides Mrs. Bower and Mrs. DeMartino instruct our three year old program. Mrs. Arist and Mrs. Choolokian with aides Mrs. Moses and Mrs. Kanfoush instruct our four year old program.  

Our Handbook and Learning Standards/Goals: 
          Pre-K Three Year Old Handbook                       Pre-K Three Year Old Objectives
          Pre-K Four Year Old Program

Please refer to the Early Learning Center page under the Admissions tab for registration forms for either the three year old or four year old program.

A Note from our Pre-K 4 Classroom

As we are going to begin Spring cleaning and thinking of getting rid of items you have in your house, please consider donating to our classroom. We are in need of:

     Children's DVDs       Children's Books     Dollhouse
     Any type of building toys                      Cash Register
     Dolls, Doll clothes     Barbies                 Purses
     Shelves                   Child size coat rack