St. Anne students just completed a Winter Zentangle project. Zentangle is an art technique that involves making patterns and drawing lines. It is intuitive, relaxing and fun. In fact, this method is even showing that it can be therapeutic by boosting ones self-esteem, controlling emotions, and relieving stress.
On October 25th and 26th, some of St. Anne Institute’s students visited the Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown, NY. Students experienced 19th century rural and village life through the museum’s interpretive exhibits and demonstrations, including a typical kitchen, a blacksmith shop, a printing shop, and an apothecary.
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Day of the dead is celebrated in Mexico on November 2nd. It is tradition in their culture to celebrate their loved ones who have passed. It is popular today to see images of half human half sugar skull, especially as a Halloween costume! Each student was so unique with their approach on how they […]
ST. ANNE INSTITUTE Smart Schools Grant Funding $32,940 St. Anne Institute is to receive grant funding of $32,940 to be used over the next five (5) years to purchase Classroom Technology. St. Anne Institute will be using the $32,940 grant funding to purchase 14 Dell OptiPlex 3020 Minitowers with E2016H Monitors to be used in […]
Tom Ellis, a math teacher at St. Institute, was honored recently with the “Peacemaker Award” by the Upper Hudson Pace Action. The Upper Hudson Peace Action works to end wars and prevent new wars through education and public witness. They seek to abolish nuclear weapons and support human rights, economic justice and international officials. upper-hudson