Sometimes starting a task is more difficult than the task itself. For students at the beginning of their academic careers, learning the value of getting started and making good habits that avoid procrastination is crucial for lifelong success.
News & Announcements
Due to the inclement weather, & for the safety of all, Saint Anne Parish School will eLearn tomorrow 2/16/21. Please stay safe & warm.
If you’re the parent of a school-aged child, it’s likely that education is always on the forefront of your mind. If you’re looking for an educational environment that stresses academic rigor and community involvement, a Catholic school might just be the best option for your little scholars.
We will be pivoting to an E-Learning Day on 1/26/21 due to the winter storm weather. As a result of this decision, we will not have to add additional days to the school calendar. Stay safe!
Most students will, at some point in their academic career, get tired of schoolwork. But when it turns into a chronic condition that effects your child’s well-being and performance, it may be academic burnout – a much more serious form of prolonged stress.
Many students in U.S. schools struggle with literacy, mathematics, and other skills that are the basic foundations for learning. Unfortunately, these students are often forgotten or swept aside due to the nature of classrooms in public education. In a large group, instruction is generalized, and natural curiosity is diminished.
Faculty play a critical role in shaping a student’s experience, but unfortunately, faculty tend to be absent from student success strategies at many schools. At Saint Anne’s, we have designed academic policies with student’s best interests in mind. We focus on enhancing the learning experience by providing faculty with the tools to adapt academic models and curriculum to meet students needs in a time where there is constant change.
To some, an education exists for one purpose alone: learning. But to Saint Anne Parish School, it involves so much more than that. By applying a whole child approach to education, we are supporting a one-of-a-kind learning experience that focuses on more than just academics.
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Welcome to the 2020- 2021 school year! We look forward to a safe and productive year for students, teachers, and parents. We at Saint Anne Parish School have a few tips for families to consider to jumpstart this year on the best possible footing. The opening of the school year is such an important time for us all, and we’re dedicated to making this school year a success from the start!