Students in all grades will receive a progress report detailing the progress made in all subjects for the first trimester. Progress Reports will be in your child’s communication folder.
Students in grades 3-8 will be administered the test. The TerraNova is a series of standardized achievement tests used in the United States designed to assess K-12 student achievement in reading, language arts, mathematics, vocabulary, spelling, and other areas.
Salve Regina Catholic Academy’s robotics program is not only one of the best in Brooklyn, it’s one of the best in the city! The team has just qualified for the semi finals in the First Lego League Championships and, as Katie Engesser reports, they don’t just take pride in their accomplishments but also in working as one big family.
LabLearner is a hands-on approach to learning science. It is teaching science by doing science. LabLearner is a research-based, hands-on science system used as a platform for STEM learning aimed at illuminating and clarifying science in a way that is understood and retained by students in Preschool to 8th grade.
On Wednesday, November 23, 2016 His Excellency Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio celebrated our Thanksgiving mass with us. We are thankful to Bishop DiMarzio for all he does for Catholic education. We pray that God continues to bless him so that he may continue to champion the cause of Gods people.
Our student handbook has been updated for the 2016-2017 school year. Please take a look at our Parents and Student’s Page to download the latest Handbook.
Knowing that you depend on our communication and important updates, we’ve rebuilt our site to make it much easier to find and share resources. It is important to us to keep the lines of communication open and make work easily accessible. On this site, you will find all the great events and accomplishments that are happening at the Academy.
NBA Deputy Commissioner Mark Tatum, a Brooklyn native, visited Salve Regina Catholic Academy in East New York, just blocks from where he grew up. Currents education correspondent Marie Elena Giossi reported from the school, and The Tablet also wrote an article about the visit.
Five students from the Diocese of Brooklyn and Queens were selected for a once-in-a-lifetime chance to greet Pope Francis after his landing at the John F. Kennedy Airport on Thursday, Sept. 24.
The children were selected through the offices of the Superintendent of Catholic Schools and the Vicar of Development to show the diversity of cultures in the diocese. …
“(Pope Francis) is special to me because he teaches other people, including me, about God,” said Omodele Ojo, a fifth grader at Salve Regina Catholic Academy, East New York. “I’m very excited.”
Her mother Ranti Ojo said to see the pope personally was a gift.
Like most students chosen to greet the pope, Omodele had one simple message for Pope Francis. “I want to tell him, ‘Welcome to New York and have a good time.’” Read the Complete Article