School Closed March 21

School is Closed for Wednesday March 21, 2018. Weather Reports are stating that the five boroughs will be receiving anywhere from 6-12 inches of snow for tomorrow Wednesday March 21th, 2018. The procedure for inclement weather at Salve Regina is as follows: WE WILL ONLY CLOSE IF THE NYC PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED. If the NYC public schools are open, we will be open during normal school hours. All after-school programs are canceled for tomorrow Wednesday March 21th including SONYC and 21st Century. Stay safe!!

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La escuela está cerrada para el miércoles 21 de marzo de 2018. Los Informes Meteorológicos indican que los cinco condados recibirán entre 6 y 12 pulgadas de nieve para mañana miércoles 21 de marzo. El procedimiento para las inclemencias del tiempo es el siguiente: SOLO CERRAREMOS SI LAS ESCUELAS PÚBLICAS DE NYC ESTÁN CERRADAS. Si las escuelas públicas de NYC están abiertas, estaremos abiertas durante el horario escolar normal. Todos los programas después de la escuela (after-school) se cancelan para mañana miércoles 21 de marzo incluso SONYC y 21st Century. ¡¡Mantenerse a salvo!!

Inclement Weather for March 7, 2018

Weather Reports are stating that the five boroughs will be receiving anywhere from 6-10 inches of snow for tomorrow Wednesday March 7th, 2018. The procedure for inclement weather at Salve Regina is as follows: WE WILL ONLY CLOSE IF THE NYC PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED. If the NYC public schools are open, we will be open during normal school hours. All after-school programs are canceled for tomorrow Wednesday March 7th including SONYC and 21st Century. Stay safe!!

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Los Informes Meteorológicos indican que los cinco condados recibirán entre 6 y 10 pulgadas de nieve para mañana miércoles 7 de marzo. El procedimiento para las inclemencias del tiempo es el siguiente: SOLO CERRAREMOS SI LAS ESCUELAS PÚBLICAS DE NYC ESTÁN CERRADAS. Si las escuelas públicas de NYC están abiertas, estaremos abiertas durante el horario escolar normal. Todos los programas después de la escuela (after-school) se cancelan para mañana miércoles 7 de marzo incluso SONYC y 21st Century. ¡¡Mantenerse a salvo!!

Christmas Show

On Tuesday December 19th, we are having our annual Christmas Spectacular in the gymnasium.  Tickets are on sale now. 

TICKETS WILL NOT BE SOLD AT THE DOOR DUE TO CAPACITY LIMITS.  

Time: 5:00-6:00pm     Grades Nursery, PK, 1, 2&3, 5

          7:00-8:00pm     Grades K, 4, 6, 7&8

 

Ticket Information:

1 Performance: 

  • Adults- $5.00
  • Children (not in the show)- $3.00

 

2 Performances:

  • Adults- $8.00
  • Children (not in the show)- $5.00

 

 

Christmas Sale

We will be having a Christmas Sale beginning next week Monday December 18-21st.  We are selling a variety of Christmas items ranging from $2.00 to $15.00.  Please support our sale!!

 

 

 

Picture with Santa

On December 15th, your child can take a picture with Santa Clause.  The cost of the picture is $8.00 which includes a frame.  The pictures will take a few days to process so your child will receive their picture in Tuesday’s Communication folder.  The last day to collect the money for the picture is on Wednesday December 11th.  

Salve Regina NET TV Appearance for Top Marks in Robotics

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.

 

 

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LabLearner STEM Lab

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.

Fifth Grader Omodele Ojo Greets Pope Francis

Student Greets Pope Francis
Omodele Ojo, second from left on the lower step, had the honor of meeting Pope Francis at John F. Kennedy Airport.

From The Tablet:

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