April 28, 2017
Southington Catholic School
133 Bristol St.
Southington, Connecticut 6489
Congratulations! The National Energy Education Development (NEED) Project is pleased to
congratulate you and your students on an outstanding energy education project: Southington
Catholic School Middle School NEED project. Southington Catholic School was selected as
Connecticut Junior School of the Year.
Congratulations on a job well done! Visit the NEED website after June 17, 2017 to see your project along with all the other Youth Awards submissions.
Mary E. Spruill
Our last visit to Mulberry Gardens with middle school students. 4.5.17
We are all very excited that Victoria's science project has been selected as a finalist in the Connecticut State Science Fair. Good luck Victoria.
Grades 4 to 8 the next Mulberry visit will be April 5.
Money management and STEM concepts
Grades 5 to 8 are participating in the Everfi online courses that build STEM and money management skills. Students learn science, math, and engineering concepts in the STEM courses Future Goals and Radius. Students study smart money habits, responsible money choices, incomes and careers, making plans with money, credit and borrowing, insurance and safety, and savings and investing with Vault, Future Smart, and Venture. Students study digital literacy and responsibility in the Everfi Ignition course.
Middle school students as part of their NEED energy project have put up posters around the school on 10 ways to conserve energy.
Dear Club Leader,
Congratulations!! Your math club reached Gold Level Status in The National Math Club!
We received your students’ Gold Level Scavenger Hunt and it is complete and satisfies all the requirements. This is an extremely commendable accomplishment.
We will be updating our website to include your club’s name on the Gold Level Schools list. Additionally, attached are certificates for you to give out to your students to recognize their achievement. You will be mailed a gold level trophy and banner in June.
Congratulations on this fantastic achievement. We hope you and your students enjoyed your National Math Club experience and that you will go for another banner next year!
Middle school students scored a 94.7% average on the exam that was given after learning about internet surfing safety on the sos.fbi.gov site. They were in second place on the leader board as of January 13, 2017.
“Geothermal Energy” Adriana
“Trash to Gas” Victoria G
“Thermal Energy and Useful Work” David J
“Cryogenic Roses” Romi B
“What Recyclable Material Makes the Best Insulator?” Nolan
“The Mighty Force of Water” Jack G
“Chill Out” Ana C
“Acid Rain” Cassidy W
“Color and Heat” Jessica
“Frozen Salt” Ava
“Heavy Backpacks” Valerie S
“Food Decay” Sean G
1. Chance to win a $1,000 529 college scholarship
Middle school students working on the Everfi program that have finished the Vault and or the Future Smart components of the program were eligible to submit an essay about what they learned from those programs and a chance to win a $1000 529 college scholarship.
Congratulations to our top four middle school math students, Ana, David, Kira, and Riley who will represent Southington Catholic School on February 4 at the Hartford regional Mathcounts competition at the University of Hartford.
David in Grade 8 earned the top score on Xavier's entrance exam and will receive a full scholarship to Xavier.
Congratulations to our new Stock Market Game
winners from grade 5.
Student council posters click here
To see our 2016 Iowa test scores click here
"We have been extremely happy with our choice of Southington Catholic for our children's education. The student/teacher ratio allows for exceptional attention to address each students' academic needs. Our son, who is attending high school now, was very well prepared because of the foundation he received at Southington Catholic. Our two daughters, who are currently enrolled, are being academically challenged and love the opportunities to participate in athletics, music and clubs in an atmosphere of community and acceptance. We felt it was the best choice for the quality of education and the right choice to have God in our lives and the learning process."
~ Beata Raymond