Next Week March 8-March 12th, we have an exciting week planned. Everyday is about a new Dr. Seuss book and dress down.
Cost $10.00 per student-Dress-down for the entire week.
3/8-The Cat in the Hat (wear a crazy hat)
3/9- Fox in Socks (Wear crazy socks)
3/10 – What Pet Should I Get? (animal prints)
3/11- Dr. Seuss’s Sleep Book (pajamas)
3/12- Oh, the Places You’ll Go (names of places).
Students who wish to participate, must put $10.00 in an envelope, and give it to their teacher, not Ms. Williams.
There will be no other dress-down that week.
The pre-K application for the 2021-22 school year is now open! All New York City families with children born in 2017 can apply to #preKforAll one of two ways:
👨🏽💻 Online with MySchools.nyc
☎️ By phone at 718-935-2009
Learn more at nyc.gov/prek.
Here it is! We are very excited to share with you, Incarnation Catholic Academy first commercial. We hope you enjoy it!
We would like to welcome Father Killick who was assigned to our parish, our Incarnation family.
Due to the weather, Incarnation Catholic Academy will be fully remote again on 2/2/21. Classes from K-8 start at 8am and end at 12pm for all students.
Due to inclement weather, Incarnation’s building is closed tomorrow, Monday, February 1, 2021. All students will learn remotely, and are expected to log on and engage with their work from home
Happy Feast of the Epiphany!
Chalking the Door, is one of the Christian traditions used on Three Kings Day to bless one’s house, and classroom.
You mark the top of the door, or on the door:
20 C + M + B 21
The plus signs are really crosses
The letters stand for The Three Kings : Casper, Melchior, and Balthazar and it also stands for the Latin “Christus Manistorem Benedicat” “May Christ Bless this House”
Each class had a prayer service and the
teachers blessed their classroom doors with blessed chalk that was also given to the students from Father Gannon to bless their family homes.