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Specials

Music

Developing an appreciation of music through a variety of sacred and secular songs, games, dances, and instrumental opportunities.

Our Music students:

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Understand and appreciate sacred and secular music from all cultures and genres.
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Organize and develop personal music ideas through participation, listening, and composition.

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Explore music fundamentals through a variety of games, songs, movements, and instruments.

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Develop an understanding of music as it relates to other fine arts and disciplines.
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Share their Catholic faith through a variety of performances and service projects.

Library

Encouraging a lifelong joy of reading where various genres are appreciated and their merits understood.

Our Library students:

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Choose books that are enjoyable, yet challenging.

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Read non-fiction books for the sake of learning new information.

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Expand their vocabularies through reading.

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Choose from a generous selection of non-fiction, Newbery, classic, and popular age-appropriate books.

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Participate in the Accelerated Reader program during first through eighth grades.

Physical Education

Encouraging competition while still living by core Catholic values of integrity, loyalty, faith, and honor.

Our Physical Education students:

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Work together to achieve a common goal.
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Exemplify Catholic values while participating in athletic competitions.

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Develop a love of sports and physical activity that will benefit them for a lifetime.
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Grow in mental toughness through hard work and dedication to their sport.
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Acquire the necessary skills to compete in athletics at the next level.

Technology

Acquiring the skill set necessary to foster efficient use of technology for purposes of creativity, research, and communication.

Our Technology students:

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Understand the importance and the implications of the SVdP Student Computer/Internet Usage Policy.

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Use Google Docs and Google Slides to make multimedia presentations.

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Demonstrate an understanding of Google Drive.

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Demonstrate touch-typing techniques while increasing speed and maintaining accuracy.

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Use technology as a tool for acquiring, analyzing, communicating, and organizing information through self-paced projects.

Art (K-4)

Our Art students:

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Create using different types of mediums.

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Experience using different techniques and processes.

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Understand how art history and religion are tied together.
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Communicate ideas through art.

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Learn about different artists and cultures by observing and discussing artwork.