This Week's Events

 

Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year is ongoing. 
 
January 13, 2018
BB Games at Home - Cancelled due to inclement weather

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NO School
Martin Luther King Day

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8:10 am Morning Prayer
New After-School Program Begins
2:30 pm Cheerleading
6:00 pm Boys' BB

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Easter Candy Sale Begins
2:30 pm Art Club
2:30 pm Cheerleading
6:00 pm Boys' BB

18
Honor Hat Day
2:30 pm STREAM Academies

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BB Games at St. John's

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

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

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Gr. 4,5,6 Albright Knox Field Trip
2:30 pm Cheerleading
6:00 pm Boys' BB

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Honor Hat Day
Group & Sports Pictures for Yearbook
2:30 pm STREAM Academies

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2nd Quarter Report Cards
1:30 pm Honor Assembly

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BB Games at Home


Catholic Schools Week January 29th - February 2nd
 
SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, March 3rd, 2018 Catholic Academy's Annual Basket Auction. Our theme this year is "Magic Begins Here"! Donate a basket before January 31st and receive a voucher for 10 FREE (Level1) tickets.
 
Please continue to support our ongoing fundraisers: Annual Basket Auction, Easter Candy Sale, Ink Cartridge/Toner Recycle, Box Tops for Education, Pop Tabs for the Ronald McDonald House


Technology


Computers influence every aspect of our daily lives. Catholic Academy of Niagara Falls believes that knowledge in Computer Technology is an essential part of the education of every student. We want our students to be prepared to go on to college and/or the workplace in the 21st century and also to be ready for a technologically advanced and fast-paced global society.

The Internet offers endless opportunities for academic research and curriculum enrichment. Wireless and wired internet/network capability is available throughout our school. Students have access to computer workstations located in their classrooms, as well as two specialized computer labs and individual iPad use; thus providing our students with both the Apple world and the Microsoft Windows environment. Computer classes are scheduled twice a week to allow students to develop skills in keyboarding, word processing, research, databases, desktop publishing, spreadsheets, and multimedia presentation. The integration of classroom curriculum studies is also encouraged.

Mr. Joseph Dzielski is our Technology and Keyboarding Instructor.