Pre-Kindergarten through 5th Grade School St. Theodore is a small school that services children in Pre-Kindergarten through 5th Grade. We have small class sizes and dedicated teachers.
Our children are challenged academically and behaviorally. We strive to help them develop a sense of community and a responsibility to the community. We accept children of all faiths. Come check us out! Principal: Sue Amundson
Email: [email protected]
School Phone #: 507-373-9657
Operating as usual
A Big Shout Out to our 5th and 4th Graders for their presentation of the Stations of the Cross!
2nd and 3rd Grade presented Stations of the Cross
In this week’s art class we finished our self portraits... Lego style! All three classes rocked this project, literally in the case of the portrait with the all red background, check it out!
Join us for our next Drive Thru Fish Fry! Friday, March 12, 5:00pm-6:30pm. Pre-sell tickets ($8.00 each) available in the School or Parish Offices or pay at the door ($10.00 each).
Art was busy busy today.... finishing up our Lego 3D self portraits 🤩 and prepping for our next class with some tempra painting. Thanks to Tonya Busall for helping today.
A big shout out to our Kindergarten and First Grade class for their presentation of the Stations of the Cross! They did a great job!
2nd and 3rd Graders presented the Stations of the Cross today.
They did a wonderful job! Very proud of all of you!
Dental Health month... Pre-K brush their teeth after snack.
Remember... No School today!
Valentines Day at St. Theodore School
Day 100! A few of our Pre-K dressed up ... to show what a 100 year old might wear! 🤔😁😳🥰
CSW... pajamas and movie day
No school Thursday, February 4... due to inclement weather.
Flex learning day
Dress your best!
Formal dinner... chutes and ladders... bingo... making snowmen... bean bag toss.
CSW - costume day
CSW... Neon Day...
A shout out to all of our 5th graders for creating Fire Safety posters.
One student, Emilie, took 1st Place! Way to go!
Today’s lessons revolved around Valentine’s Day! Kindergartners and first graders sketched out Valentine bees and completed them with oil pastels and watercolors. They are looking more comfortable with both of these mediums and creating treasures! Second and third graders created Valentine love monsters. They scribbled, (yes, that was part of the lesson!), with their choice of warm or cool colors and added dimension by stamping paint with the edge of a piece of cardboard, learning that unorthodox techniques can be both fun and creative! Fourth and fifth graders created multi media, (both learned the term and practiced the technique), abstract art with hearts and patterns as a theme. Our young artists used watercolor painted paper they had created in last week’s class for the hearts and added their choice of colored pencil, markers, oil pastels and finished with a sponge stamped border. Nice work! The two younger classes added stamped paint hearts to their watercolors papers from last week as seen in the last few photos to finish their Valentines Day greeting cards. We sure do have fun!
A winter wonderland themed art class today! Fourth and fifth graders created oil pastel snowman at night drawings, learning about directional lighting, shadows and practicing color mixing and shading skills and how those add dimension. Second and third graders also used oil pastels for their catching snowflakes drawings. We talked about perspective as it related to the face and they showed their creativity in designing scarves and sweaters. Kindergartners and first graders created melted snowman mixed media pieces with stacked oil pastel ￼￼￼snowman, (with cardboard pieces adding a 3D effect), construction paper carrot noses and stick arms on a watercolored background they painted last class. All classes also created a background paper for next week’s project by first painting with watercolors and then sprinkling with salt for a unique looking texture.
[01/14/21] Parent/Teacher conferences that were scheduled for January 14-15... will be rescheduled for the evening of Thursday, January 21st.
No School Thursday, January 14th due to weather. Flex Learning Day!
Evening conferences will be rescheduled!
Art classes had a winter theme! Fourth and fifth graders worked with oil pastels on this winter night and northern lights project. They explored the pastels soft and smooth texture and how one can blend colors and move the color on the paper. We discussed depth, texture and perspective and how they as artists can bring that to their work. Second and third graders also worked with oil pastels learning how they can add dimension and shape to a flat drawing by shading with their fingertips. So much individual character in these polar bears! Kindergartners and first graders did a directed drawing of penguins and added those to their bleeding art tissue paintings of northern lights from earlier last fall. Then they went wild adding everything from fish to snowflakes to flags! And even ice skates!￼￼￼￼
Fun in Pre-K
Felix Navidad .... Kindergarten & 1st grade
Ring those Christmas Bell... Kindergarten & 1st grade
Away in a manger... Kindergarten & 1st grade
Do Re Mi... Kindergarten & 1st grade
Drummer Boy ... 2nd & 3rd grade
I Want a Hippopotamus... 2nd & 3rd grade
Have Yourself A Merry Christmas... 2nd & 3rd grade
Brown Christmas... 4th & 5th grade
Mr. Grinch ... 4th & 5th
Jingle Bell Rock ... 4th & 5th grade
St. Theodore is a small school that serves children in Pre-Kindergarten through 5th Grade. We have small class sizes and dedicated teachers. Our children are challenged academically and behaviorally. We strive to help them develop a sense of community and a responsibility to the community. We accept children of all faiths. Come check us out and ask us why St. Theodore’s is a great choice for your family!
Principal: Sue Amundson
Email: [email protected]
School Phone #: 507-373-9657
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