Art (Mrs. Boneo)

Welcome to the Art Program

"God makes us as unique as snowflakes."

January 2019

Dear God, You are the greatest artist. Please, guide us today in our project and help us to behave and be nice to each other.
* Please check your child's ART BAG once a month to make sure their supplies are in good order. Supply lists can be found under the "Parents" tab above. Thank you! *

 

Classroom Rules for BE-havior

1. BE respectful ... of yourself, your environment, your fellow classmates, and your teacher (including substitutes)

2. BE fair ... Take turns, share with your classmates, and be open-minded toward your projects

3. BE kind ... Keep your hands and feet to yourself. Choose your words wisely. Everyone deserves a safe and peaceful environment to work in.

4. BE organized ... Keep your pencils sharpened and make sure your art supplies are in good condition

5. BE considerate ... Save all food (including breath mints) for snack and lunch.

6. BE tidy... Clean up your area when you are finished working.

and for middle school students:

7. BE responsible ... Make sure your work is turned in on time. If you are absent, check to see what you missed: look here for handouts and copy notes from a friend.

 

Grading Policy

Kindergarten ... based on following directions, class participation, and behavior.

M - Meets grade level standards

P - Progressing towards grade level standards

NI - Does not meet grade level standards

Grades 1-8 ... based on Projects (following directions, accomplishing tasks given, and effort) and Class participation (coming prepared and behavior during class).

3 - Meets grade level standards

2 - Progressing towards grade level standards

1 - Does not meet grade level standards

 

Art Class Schedule

Parent volunteers needed for each class. Click on the link below to sign up.

Art Volunteer Sign-up

Email questions to the Art Coordinator, Hillary Halili. ( This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. )

NOTE: Schedule for PreK through 5th grade are for all trimesters.

Class Day Time Class Day Time
PreKA W 10:00-10:20 PreKB W 9:40-10:00
KA M 10:35-11:15 KB F 10:55-11:35
1A Th 1:10-1:50 1B T 11:10-11:50
2A M 9:50-10:30 2B F 9:50-10:30
3A T 12:15-12:55 3B T 9:50-10:30
4A Th 1:50-2:30 4B M 8:15-8:55
5A M 12:05-12:45 5B F 12:05-12:45

 

Trimester 1
Class Day Time
6D M-W, F 1:35-2:20
8D M-W, F 2:20-3:05
Trimester 2
Class Day Time
7CE M-W, F 1:35-2:20
8CE M-W, F 2:20-3:05
Trimester 3
Class Day Time
6C M-W, F 1:35-2:20
7D M-W, F 2:20-3:05

 

Class Projects

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Preschool ... The Mitten (based on The Mitten by Jan Brett)

Kindergarten ... The Gingerbread Man (based on Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett), The Mitten (based on The Mitten by Jan Brett)

1st Grade ... Polar Bear drawing and Flower Origami (based on A Flower in the Snow by Tracey Corderoy & Sophie Allsopp)

2nd Grade ... Penguins!

3rd Grade ... Prayer Kites, Snowman (based on Snowzilla by Janet Lawler)

4th Grade ... Snowflakes

5th Grade ... Ancient China

6th Grade ... (next trimester)

7th Grade ... Sign Language

8th Grade ... Geometric Snowflakes and Color Study

 

Upcoming Events

January 7th - February 2nd ... Catholic Schools Week

Computer (Mr. Snydstrup)

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Trimester 2

Homework for 8D and 6D:

Practice keyboarding at home for 10 to 15 minutes each night from Monday to Thursday in order to increase your speed and accuracy from our last speed test in class.  Here are some suggested websites to use: 


Power Typing http://www.powertyping.com

Dance Mat Typing http://www.dancemattypingguide.com/list-of-dance-mat-typing-stages/

Typing.com www.typing.com

Typing Club www.typingclub.com

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2018-19

Computer Lesson Plans

 

Kindergarten

Read Faux Paws Adventures in the Internet. Discuss the story and the three things to remember “Keep Safe – Keep Away – Keep telling” Don’t give out personal info, never agree to meet someone you’ve met on the computer, if anything you see makes you feel uncomfortable tell your parents or the teacher. Activity: Paint a picture from the book.

Students learn about how technology has changed over time by reading the book “Mickey Mouse Those Were the Days”. Students will paint a picture from the story in MS Paint.

Students will watch the Brainpop Movie on Transportation. Then the teacher will read a book about transportation to the students. Class discussion on how technology is used for transportation. Students will draw a picture of a mode of transportation in MS Paint or PaintTux.

The teacher will read the book Arthur's Computer Disaster - Students will paint a scene from the book MS Paint or PaintTux.

 Students will use pictures and PowerPoint to "build" their own computer including peripherals. They will then play the game in ABCYA called Find the Technology.

Beginner Coding at Studio.Code.org; Course A

Students will learn about what a Robot is and will see a demonstration of Dash, a programmable robot. Students will use the skills and knowledge they gained from Coding to program the Dash Robot.

 

First Grade

Read Faux Paws Adventures in the Internet. Discuss the story and the three things to remember “Keep Safe – Keep Away – Keep telling” Don’t give out personal info, never agree to meet someone you’ve met on the computer, if anything you see makes you feel uncomfortable tell your parents or the teacher. Activity: Student decorate a “Keep Safe – Keep Away – Keep telling” poster with pictures.

Students learn about how technology has changed over time by reading the book “Mickey Mouse Those Were the Days”. Students will paint a picture from the story in MS Paint.

Students will watch the Brainpop Movie on 1st = Telephones. Then the teacher will read the book The Telephone to the students. Class discussion on how technology is used for communications. Students will draw a picture of a smart phone/transportation in MS Paint or PaintTux.

The teacher will read the book Arthur's Computer Disaster - Students will paint a scene from the book MS Paint or PaintTux.

Students will use pictures and PowerPoint to "build" their own computer including peripherals. They will then play the game in ABCYA called Find the Technology.

Beginner Coding at Studio.Code.org Course B

Students will learn about what a Robot is and will see a demonstration of Dash, a programmable robot. Students will use the skills and knowledge they gained from Coding to program the Dash Robot.

 

Second Grade

Read Faux Paws Adventures in the Internet. Discuss the story and the three things to remember “Keep Safe – Keep Away – Keep telling” Don’t give out personal info, never agree to meet someone you’ve met on the computer, if anything you see makes you feel uncomfortable tell your parents or the teacher. Activity: Student create a “Keep Safe – Keep Away – Keep telling” poster and decorate it with clip art pictures.

Students will watch a movie on communication. We then talk about the various was we use to communicate and in what settings. Students will identify the best communication for different instances. We will also talk about the positive and negative of each.

Read Arthur Comp Disaster - MS Paint picture from book

Students will be allowed to watch and complete the activities in the Science section.

Students will create Picture alphabet in MS Word. Uppercase Letter, Lowercase letter, picture of something beginning with that letter.

Teacher Lead PowerPoint on Technology that has impacted our lives, our planet, and our industries, them watch Brain Pop video son Hybrid Cars, Gas and Oil, and renewable power.

Beginner Coding at Studio.Code.org

Students will learn about what a Robot is and will see a demonstration of Dash, a programmable robot. Students will use the skills and knowledge they gained from Coding to program the Dash Robot.

 

Third Grade

Read and watch movie about Viruses. Create a one slide PP

Password Movie, complete Strong Password Wkst, Test password on website, also go over a Proper Computer Care Story.

History of the Transistor Power Point and activity.

Students will create a PowerPoint project by conducting online research to obtain information relating to 3 states of their choice.

Students will complete a crop skill worksheet and use crop to put parts of different animals together.

Students will use www.w2tw.uk to complete a worksheet on the above skills. The will completes challenges at the end of each section to test their skills.

Students will take tutorial lessons on Google Apps (Drive, Draw, Docs, and Slides)

Students learn to program using programming tutorials found on Scratch Jr. https://www.scratchjr.org/teach/activities Student will use Scratch and Blockly programming.

Students will learn about what a Robot is and will see a demonstration of Dash, a programmable robot. Students will be issued their own robot (Sphero) and work in pairs to complete specific program activities (roll, square). Students will build on the skills and knowledge they gained from Coding to program this robot.

 

Fourth Grade

Students will use www.w2tw.uk to complete a worksheet on the above skills. The will completes challenges at the end of each section to test their skills.

Students will take tutorial lessons on Google Apps (Drive, Draw, Docs, and Slides)

Students will use the Google CS first website to go through a series of videos and instructions to create stories using programming in Scratch. Students will, at times, test and view other student’s work.

Students will learn about what a Robot is and will see a demonstration of Dash, a programmable robot. Students will be issued their own robot (Sphero) and work in pairs to complete specific program activities ((Sphero Olympics Skiing, Curling). Students will build on the skills and knowledge they gained from Coding to program this robot.

 

Fifth Grade

Students will use www.w2tw.uk to complete a worksheet on the above skills. The will completes challenges at the end of each section to test their skills.

Students will take tutorial lessons on Google Apps (Drive, Draw, Docs, and Slides)

Students will use the Google CS first website to go through a series of videos and instructions to create stories using programming in Scratch. Students will, at times, test and view other student’s work.

Students will learn about what a Robot is and will see a demonstration of Dash, a programmable robot. Students will be issued their own robot (Sphero) and work in pairs to complete specific program activities (Sphero Olympics Skiing, Curling). Students will build on the skills and knowledge they gained from Coding to program this robot.

 

Sixth Grade

Keyboarding Unit -  Week 1 and Fridays. Show Keyboarding Power Point regarding posture, finger position, home row, goals. Work on own with Mavis Beacon Typing Tutor software to increase speed. Reinforce proper techniques and emphasize that speed comes from memorizing each keys location on the board (without looking at keyboard). Teacher will use excel spreadsheets for boys vs girls typing competition.  Students are shooting for Diocese required 20 WPM. 

Class Prayer Power Point - Students will be provided with the new class prayer, direction of intention, they will work in groups of two or three, create a PowerPoint: slide one – title and names; slide two – three bullets on my thought on why we are praying this prayer; slide three – three bullets on Saint Francis De Sales teachings on the Direction of Intention prayer; slide four – three bullets to summarize the benefits of directing Our Intentions each day. See attached instructions.

Fun in the Sun Project using Excel – Sorting, Filter. Students visit a vacation home rental website to gather details on 6 rentals. They will use excel to organize this information and data sort features to manipulate the data. Students will use Google Earth to see street views of their rentals and tools to calculate the number of feet to the beach. 

Technology Jobs in the Future - Students will read about how future jobs do not yet exist today. Students will research on line websites to pick a technology or STEM career. They will use BrainPop movies to get an understanding of the education and skills needed for their career. Students will use Power Point to gather the information, answer questions and will create a video presentation on their job using “screen-cast-o matic”.

Programming Unit - Students will use the Google CS first website to go through a series of videos and instructions to create stories using programming in Scratch. Students will, at times, test and view other student’s work.

 

Robotics Unit - Students will collaborate in pods of two or three to complete the following activities and challenges.
Complete Blocks 1, Blocks 2, Blocks3, and Blocks 4 in order.
Sphero Olympics!!! Figure skating – Complete a routine that uses 7 of the listed skills. Stay in your square.
Skiing – Use the provided blocks to create three gates in your blue square. Program Sphero to go through the gates. Stay in your square.
Curling – use the provided target to get the biggest score! Only 4 rolls in total.
Martian Mission 1: Stranded Miner
Martian Mission 2: Return to Basecamp – Students use data form Mission 1 to complete this challenge.
Martian Mission 3: Basecamp Perimeter Beacons.
Meteor Shower. Simulate a meteor falling to earth.

Fridays -  Keyboarding Practice

8th Grade

Keyboarding Unit -  Week 1 and Fridays. Show Keyboarding Power Point regarding posture, finger position, home row, goals. Work on own with Mavis Beacon Typing Tutor software to increase speed. Reinforce proper techniques and emphasize that speed comes from memorizing each keys location on the board (without looking at keyboard). Teacher will use excel spreadsheets for boys vs girls typing competition.  Students are shooting for Diocese required 30 WPM. 

Class Prayer Power Point - Students will be provided with the new class prayer, direction of intention, they will work in groups of two or three, create a PowerPoint: slide one – title and names; slide two – three bullets on my thought on why we are praying this prayer; slide three – three bullets on Saint Francis De Sales teachings on the Direction of Intention prayer; slide four – three bullets to summarize the benefits of directing Our Intentions each day. See attached instructions.

Excel Project -  Students will be challenged to feed a family of 4 for $500 a month.  They will use Excel to create a food budget to track their purchases and use a grocery store website to select and price their food items.  The final workbook will be organized and use formulas to calculate the results.

Technology Jobs in the Future - Students will read about how future jobs do not yet exist today. Students will research on line websites to pick a technology or STEM career. They will use BrainPop movies to get an understanding of the education and skills needed for their career. Students will use Power Point to gather the information, answer questions and will create a video presentation on their job using “screen-cast-o matic”.

Programming Unit - Students will use the CodeHS.com website to go through a series of videos and instructions to create coding in JavaScript, the most used programming language.  Students will use the blockly programming skills they learned in previous years to code by actually typing in the correct Java Script commands.  Students will, at times, test and view other student’s work. Students will learn to properly comment, create functions, loops, and if/then statements.

Robotics Unit - Students will collaborate in pods of two or three to complete the following activities and challenges.

Complete Blocks 1, Blocks 2, Blocks3, and Blocks 4 in order.
Sphero Olympics!!! Figure skating – Complete a routine that uses 7 of the listed skills. Stay in your square.
Skiing – Use the provided blocks to create three gates in your blue square. Program Sphero to go through the gates. Stay in your square.
Curling – use the provided target to get the biggest score! Only 4 rolls in total.
Martian Mission 1: Stranded Miner
Martian Mission 2: Return to Basecamp – Students use data form Mission 1 to complete this challenge.
Martian Mission 3: Basecamp Perimeter Beacons.
Meteor Shower. Simulate a meteor falling to earth.

Fridays -  Keyboarding Practice

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Programming/Robotics

In class we use Sphero to demo robotics and programming in the real world - http://www.sphero.com/sphero-sprk

Coding:

Please use the following links to engage your brain using technology! Parents please supervise your students while they are on-line. 

Try your hand at Java Script - https://www.khanacademy.org/hour-of-code/hour-of-code-tutorial/v/welcome-hour-of-code

Scratch - https://scratch.mit.edu/

Hour of Code - http://www.code.org

First grade coding- https://hourofcode.com/foos

Binary Game - http://forums.cisco.com/CertCom/game/binary_game_page.htm


Educational Internet Games:

ABCya

www.abcya.com

If you want to practice your mouse skills, try this website:

http://www.mouseprogram.com/

If you want to practice your letters and sounds, try these websites

http://www.starfall.com/
http://www.abcya.com/

If you want to practice your spelling words try this website:

http://www.spellingcity.com/

Drag and Drop US States correctly:

http://www.yourchildlearns.com/mappuzzle/us-puzzle.html

Educational Internet Games:

Typing (Free):

Power Typing http://www.powertyping.com

Dance Mat Typing http://www.dancemattypingguide.com/list-of-dance-mat-typing-stages/

Typing Games http://www.freetypinggame.net/

Typing.com www.typing.com

Typing Club www.typingclub.com

Logic Games

http://www.mathplayground.com

  

Library (Ms. Chastain)

Library - Mrs. Chastain  

2018-19

 

A Prayer by St. Jerome

O Lord, you have given us your word for a light to shine upon our path; grant us so to meditate on that word, and follow its teaching, that we may find in it the light that shines more and more until the perfect day.  Amen.

 

Library Schedule for classes 

Monday  No library classes

Tuesday  4a, 7a/ELA, 7b/ELA, 2a, 1a

Wednesday  8a/ELA, 8b/ELA, 1b, 6a/ELA, 6b/ELA, Kb

Thursday  6d, PreKa, 3b, 5b, 4b

Friday  5a, PreKb, Ka, 2b, 3a, 6c

 

Library books are due the following week during library class, but can be renewed.

All students except Kindergarten can checkout up to 2 books a week.

Kindergarten students checkout 1 book a week.  PreK students do not checkout books.

 

Library learning during 1st Trimester

 

Kindergarten:  Students learned about different kinds of libraries, how to checkout a book and bring it back and library behavior.  We read some Virginia Readers' Choice picture books and looked at the illustrations and end papers.

Some books we read included How to Read a Story, Press Here, A Library Book for Bear, Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons, Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes, I Am Not a Chair, Tidy, Pumpkin Trouble, Tap the Magic Tree, Fall Leaves Fall, Coyote Moon, Little Red Riding Hood, Little Red, This First Thanksgiving Day, and Penguin Problems.

 

1st Grade:  Students learned about libraries, circulation procedures and terminology.  They learned about proper library behavior and how to take care of books.   We looked at a classic folktale, Little Red Riding Hood, and compared it to a contemporary version, Little Red.  We are also reading the Virginia Readers' Choice picture books.

We shared these books:  The Day the Crayons Quit, Library Mouse, What Happened to Marion's Book?, Bear's House of Books, LIttle Red Hen, Little Red Fort, Tidy, Interrupting Chicken and the Elephant of Surpise, Penguin Problems, Duck for Turkey Day, I Am Not a Chair, Coyote Moon and A Piece of Home.

 

2nd Grade:  Students learned about appropriate behavior in the library, circulation procedures, caring for library materials and how illustrations and other features help tell a story.   We have been reading the Virginia Readers' Choice picture books during the 1st trimester also.

We shared these books:  Library Lion, Library Dragon, My Awesome Summer, Little Red, Coyote Moon, Tidy, I Am Not a Chair, Pandora, The Snail and the Whale, A Piece of Home, Animal Ark, Penguin Problems and the Shelf Elf.

 

3rd Grade:  Students learned about appropriate library behavior, taking care of library materials, circulation procedures, the parts of a book, fiction and nonfiction Call Numbers, how books are arranged in the library, ABC order and how to use the online catalog to find books in the library.

 

4th Grade:  Students reviewed appropriate library behavior, taking care of library materials, circulation procedures, the parts of a book, how books are arranged in the library and how to use the online catalog to search for library materials.  The 4th graders were introduced to the World Book Encyclopedia online by doing a webquest on whales.  The students looked at some Caldecott Medal winning books and learned a  little about the Newbery Medal.  I also booktalked Virginia Readers' Choice Elementary titles.

 

5th Grade:  Students reviewed appropriate library behavior, circulation procedures, taking care of library materials, and the location of Fiction, Nonfiction, Everybody and Biography sections in the library by doing a Scavenger Hunt.  Students also reviewed the Online catalog and how to find library materials on the shelves.  The 5th graders were introduced to the World Book Encyclopedia online by doing a webquest on New Zealand.  I also booktalked the Virginia Readers' Choice Elementary titles.  The students also learned about the Newbery Medal and the Caldecott Medal.

 

6th Grade:  Students reviewed respect for library materials, circulation procedures, and appropriate library behavior at the beginning of the trimester.  The students participated in a Scavenger Hunt to find items in the Everybody, Fiction, Nonfiction and Biography sections and they found and reviewed how to use print encyclopedias, dictionaries and atlases.  They reviewed how to use the online catalog to find items in the library.  The students also used the World Book online encyclopedia to learn about the development of writing in ancient cultures.  Using a Jigsaw strategy, the students taught each other what they learned and made a timeline to show what their group discovered.  I also booktalked the Virginia Readers' Choice Middle school titles.

 

7th Grade:  Students come to the library during their Language Arts class.  In support of the students' Science Fair research, I showed the 7th graders how to search for their topics in the World Book Encyclopedia, how to narrow or broaden their searches on the Internet and how to evaluate print sources for information.  I also booktalked the Virginia Readers' Choice Middle School titles.

 

8th Grade:  Students come to the library during their Language Arts class.  I booktalked the Virginia Readers' Choice Middle School titles and some nonfiction books for them to choose to checkout.

 

 

St. Bernadette School library catalog can be searched at this link:  https://stbernadettelibrary.follettdestiny.com

 

World Book Web can be accessed at this link:  http://www.worldbookonline.com/?subacct=K8639

Students have been given the User Name and Password in the library.

Music K-5 (Mrs. Sacolick)

Welcome to Music!

Hello! My name is Jenna Sacolick and I will be teaching music PreK-5. I’m originally from Columbus, Ohio and I have my Bachelor's degree in Music Education from Ohio State. I taught K-8 for 6 years at a Catholic school in Ohio before moving to the DC area. I'm excited to be here at St. Bernadette!

Screenshot 2018 10 10 at 4.01.57 PM

 

Students in PreK-5 will experience singing, dancing, playing classroom instruments, composing, listening to different styles of music, instruments of the orchestra, and much more! Click here for the full Diocese curriculum: Diocese of Arlington Music Curriculum

 

I will be using songs and games from the website www.musicplayonline.com.  Students can login to play with some of the available features from home.

Student login:

username: student

password: music18

 

Students grades 3-8 are invited to join the Cardinal Choir.  Practices are after school on Tuesdays and the music we prepare is sung in mass the following Thursday.  Students are welcome to join us at any point in the school year! See Mrs. Halick's page below for more information about Cardinal Choir!

If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

Music 6-8 (Mrs. Halick)

General Music 6-8

Music Class Schedule 2018-2019

Trimester 2

Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Friday 

6C     1:35 - 2:20 PM

7D    2:20 - 3:05 PM

 

 Music Google Classroom 

All Assignments and homework are on Google Classroom!

 

Parents:  To see all of Google Classroom

- ask your student to login and show you the class stream and classwork.

 

6C google classroom code : ljf9frg

7D google classroom code: cj64iw2

Share google documents to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

You are always welcome in the music room and I am happy to have volunteers.  

 Feel free to email me at anytime with questions This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Middle School Music Curriculum

The music curriculum for middle school will include opportunities to create, perform, respond, and connect music to other subjects.  Much of the work will be done by the students during class time in both group and individual projects.  Homework will be rare. 

For additional details on the music curriculum see https://www.arlingtondiocese.org/Catholic-Schools/Music-Curriculum.pdf

and  http://www.nationalartsstandards.org/

 

Grades

Music grades will be determined by participation, attitude, and effort.  A grade of 2 indicates an excellent level of participation.  A grade of 3 indicates a student who went well above and beyond expectations in attitude, effort, and/or higher level thinking skills.  A grade of 1 indicates a student in need of assistance to be successful in music class and will be addressed through conferencing with the student, other teachers, administration, and parents.

 

 Cardinal Choir

2018-2019

 

Link to Choir information and permission form: Cardinal Choir 2018-2019

 

The purpose of the Cardinal Choir is to provide music for the weekly school masses.  The group is open to all students grades 3-8, staff, and parents. No experience is necessary to join…..just a love of God and a desire to make music.

We will practice Tuesday afternoons from 3:30 to 4:15 PM in the school music room.  Mass is held on Thursday at 9 AM (with a few exceptions - see below).

Attendance at practice is required in order for you to join the group during Mass. If you can’t make a Tuesday practice - that is ok.  You are welcome to sing from the pew and join the group at practice the next week.

If you have any questions, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mass Schedule (subject to change)

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We will also sing for two special masses:

May 4  - First Communion 5:00pm (Saturday)

Cardinal Choir Combined with Parish Children’s Choir

June 7 - 8th grade Graduation Mass (Friday)

 

 

Music Programs Online/Apps

Chrome Music Lab

https://musiclab.chromeexperiments.com/

 

Incredibox

http://www.incredibox.com/

 

Beepbox

https://www.beepbox.co

 

Groove Pizza

https://apps.musedlab.org/groovepizza/

 

MusicplayOnline

https://musicplayonline.com/

Username: student

Password: music18

 

Musictheory.net

https://www.musictheory.net/

 

Audacity

https://www.audacityteam.org/

Audacity is an easy-to-use, multi-track audio editor and recorder for Windows, Mac OS X, GNU/Linux and other operating systems.  Developed by a group of volunteers as open source.  Must be downloaded to use.

 

Apps: (most are free and may contain ads)

 

Apple

GarageBand

Launchpad

Tones

SoundForest

Figure

 

Android

Remixlive

Soundcamp

 

PE (Mr. Medina)

 

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Prayer to St. Sebastian

 

Patron Saint of Athletes

 

 

O Lord, grant us the spirit of fortitude, so that guided by the example of St. Sebastian, we may learn to bear witness to the Christian Faith and patiently support the sufferings of life.

 

Through Christ our Lord.

Amen.