Computer Technology Ms. Jess Morris

Welcome to Computer Technology!

Ms. Jess Morris

Jmorris5546@stagnes-school.org
ext. 121


 

Don't forget to practice typing every day.

Make a home run with the home row keys!


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"A Century of Educating God's Greatest Gift, Our Children"


Virtue
 of the Month:

September: Friendship

October: Cooperation

November: Compassion

December: Joy

January: Initiative

February: Faith

March: Temperance

April: Grace

May: Hope

June: Gratitude

July: Rest

August: Relaxation

 


Compassion is a sympathetic understanding of another person's pain with the desire to relieve it.


Ephesians 4:32 - "[And] be kind to one another, compassionate, forgiving one another as God has forgiven you in Christ." 

 

Prayer for Compassion:
God our Father, help us to follow the example of your Son, Jesus, who reached out to those suffering from illness, loneliness, poverty, and despair.  Fill our hearts with compassion and show us how to love generously as Jesus did. Amen.

Our themes of the year are grace, grit, light, and service.

We are people of A.C.T.I.O.N.
Accepting Christ Today In One Another!

CSW 2018

"Great works are performed not by strength but by perseverance."

-Samuel Johnson, British author

"Greatness is not in where we stand, but in what direction we are moving."
-Oliver Wendell Holmes, American physician, author & inventor



"The power of imagination makes us infinite."  -John Muir


Computer Lab Request

Due to concerns about the transmission of lice and other germs, students in grades K-8 should bring to computer class their own headphones in a ziplock bag labeled with their full name and class number
.  A spare pair of headphones from home can be used as long as it fits the standard audio jack.

Upcoming Events  

School is closed on Monday, November 12th in observance of Veterans’ Day. 

The Charleston Wrap orders have been delivered. They are in the main lobby and sorted by grade. Please stop by to pick-up your orders. Thank you to all who participated in this fundraiser!

We can still use more packages of baby wipes for both the Newman and Carlin Dining Halls.

Our Thanksgiving food drive is underway. Please send in the following items for the St. Agnes Food Pantry all this week: Tuesday, November 13th-Friday, November 16th.

Grade K: cereal, turkey stuffing

Grade 1: macaroni and cheese

Grade 2: rice

Grade 3: spaghetti

Grade 4: peanut butter and jelly

Grade 5: tuna fish

Grade 6: marinara sauce

Grade 7: Progresso soups, canned fruits, cranberry sauce

Grade 8: canned white potatoes, yams, green beans, carrots, corn, peas, red and black Goya beans

All Grades: Gift Cards to local supermarkets


The Beautiful Me Program, presented by the Hance Family Foundation, will take place on Tuesday, November 13th for the girls in Grade 8. The boys in Grade 8 will participate in an assembly about men’s spirituality led by Mr. Nolan Reynolds, the Diocesan Youth Minister.


There is a School Board Meeting on Tuesday evening, November 13th at 8:30 P.M. Please note the new time.


St. Agnes Cathedral School is hosting a Kindergarten Open House this Wednesday, November 14th from 9:30 to 10:45 A.M. for parents of children who will be 5 years old by December 1, 2019. Interested families for the 2019-20 school year may call the school office to learn more about the Open House at (516) 678-5550.

Thursday evening, November 15th, the Mothers’ Club is hosting their annual Autumn Auction at the Hempstead Golf and Country Club. I am looking forward to seeing everyone at this event.

Click on the links below to access flyers for the Mothers’ Club Christmas plant sale and Christmas shopping event at Atlantic Nursery.

Christmas Plant Sale 

Christmas Shopping Event at Atlantic Nursery 

Friday, November 16th, is Community Readers Day. We welcome all of the volunteer community readers to St. Agnes. Thank you for helping us promote the love of reading in our students.


What We Have Been Learning

Kindergarten: computer safety; mouse coordination; literacy & STEAM skills through educational games; basic keyboarding 

First Grade: computer safety; mouse coordination; basic keyboarding; parts of a computer; TumbleBooks literacy activities; introduction to PowerPoint (Fall / Halloween); literacy & STEAM games; digital drawing; strategy games; basic word processing (Word)

Second Grade: computer & online safety (Cyber Five); All About Me poster; parts of a computer; basic keyboarding; Easy CBM reading assessment; online word search creation; PowerPoint (Fall / Halloween); animal research & basic word processing

Third Grade: computer & online safety; PowerPoint (interests / friendship); word processing; word clouds; formal keyboarding practice; Easy CBM reading assessment; literacy & STEAM games; animation creation; digital nonfiction book creation


Fourth Grade: computer & online safety; intro to Google Drawings (vision board); keyboarding practice; Easy CBM reading assessment; PowerPoint (teamwork/cooperation); Halloween poetry (Google Drawings); poster design (Poster My Wall)


Fifth Grade: computer & online safety; Google Forms interest & tech survey; intro to Google Classroom & Google Drawings; Advanced Google Images Search; keyboarding practice; IXL ELA & math diagnostic assessment; Dominican saint research & poster (Google Docs), gratitude word clouds (Tagxedo)


Sixth Grade: computer & online safety; Google Forms interest & tech survey; review of Google Classroom & Google Drawings; Advanced Google Images Search; keyboarding practice; digital citizenship; evaluating online sources - scavenger hunt; intro to website design (Google Sites)


Seventh Grade: computer & online safety; Google Forms interest & tech survey; virtual wall of personal goals (Padlet); keyboarding practice; evaluating online sources - scavenger hunt; TinkerCAD 3D design 

Eighth Grade: computer & online safety; Google Forms interest & tech survey; file organization in Google Drive; Google Sheets typing record; keyboarding practice; evaluating online sources; interactive graphics (ThingLink) on a famous landmark & on westward expansion; graphing linear equations with image editor (SumoPaint)

*Google Classroom is used for the projects and assignments in grades 5-8.