What a 2017 we’ve had so far at St. Barnabas School! We are so proud of all of our students, former students, parents, staff and parish community members who participated in St. Baldrick’s Day. Whether they were volunteering, shaving their heads, donating their hair or wearing Pat Mac’s Pack gear with pride, the fight against pediatric cancer remains strong at St. Barnabas!
As the end of the school year comes closer, we still have a lot to look forward to at St. Barnabas School. Please remember to keep in touch with us! Through our website, school newsletter and e-blasts, we will keep you updated as we look forward to the many more events to come this year.
Our annual Art Fair is coming up in April concurrently with our Book Fair, and our 6th-graders have a theatrical field trip coming up. Our latest One Book, One School novel, Fish in a Tree, which centers on topics such as bullying, learning differences and believing in one’s self, has inspired a number of creative student projects. Students are participating in a variety of developmentally-appropriate Lenten activities. Easter and Easter break are just around the corner, and not long after we return, our 2nd-graders will receive their First Holy Communion. Parents and parishioners have Comedy Night and Parent Prom coming up, too.
We are excited to see our students continue to learn and grow academically, spiritually and socially as the 2016-2017 academic year moves forward. It’s a great time to be a part of St. Barnabas School!
"Committed to Excellence in Education"
7th Grade Boys Basketball
Congratulations to the 7th grade (Red) Boys’ Basketball Team on their 2nd place finish in the South Side Catholic League Conference.
Student Council President's Breakfast
St. Barnabas School’s Student Council President Casey Conway recently attended the 2017 Annual Student Council Presidents’ Breakfast at Morgan Park Academy, sponsored by Senator Bill Cunningham, State Representative Fran Hurley, and Alderman Matt O’Shea. Read More
St. Barnabas 8th grader Sophia McNamara recently participated in Argonne National Laboratories IGED (Introduce Girls to Engineering Day) program. Sophia was one of 100 8th grade girls from all over Chicagoland selected to participate. Read More
Congratulations to the 6th grade girls "A" volleyball team on their second place finish in the gold division at the Marist tournament. After beating St. Christina in three games in the semi-finals they fell short in the championship losing to St. Michael's in three games.
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