The mission of this Catholic faith community is to provide a safe and nurturing environment rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, where Catholic doctrine and values are integrated with a challenging curriculum. The faculty, staff, and priests work together with families to develop graduates who are disciples of Christ, reflective and critical thinkers, responsible citizens, and healthy and balanced children. Inspired by the school's crest, the faculty and staff of St. Anastasia Catholic School agree to commit their lives to being disciples of Christ, build and participate in the Parish Community, and develop their own unique Christian Character in the image of Jesus Christ.
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Dates/Events Subject to Change
March 16-27 Spring Break
March 31 Distance Learning Begins
School Closed Until April 15
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We are extremely proud of our Pre-K program. Our program serves children ages three and four with both full-day and half-day programs. We are proudly a Voluntary Pre-K Provider and boast a 92% Florida Department of Education VPK Readiness Rate. Our Readiness Rate is 2nd highest in St. Lucie County! Click here for details!
We encourage you to visit the Pre-K program online and in person to learn about our happy learning environment filled with the joy of discovery! Click here to learn more about our Pre-K Program.
Coronavirus News & Updates (Previous News Can Be Found On Covid 19 Updates Tab)
Distance Learning Program The St. Anastasia Catholic School Distance Learning Plan begins on Tuesday, March 31, 2020. Please read the information below carefully. Parents will hear directly from their teachers this week with further details, but here is the overall school plan.
St. Anastasia School is using classroom Edublogs and RenWeb as the main platform(s) for teachers to provide lessons to students during distance learning days. Students or parents should utilize a device to access assignments that teachers have posted. Content will be updated on a daily basis and assignments will be available for students by 8 a.m. each day. Teachers will be available to answer questions during office hours from 9:00 a.m.-2:30 p.m. each day, via email. Classroom Edublogs Classroom Edublogs can be accessed through the St. Anastasia School website, under the "classrooms" tab. Click here. When accessing the Edublog, you will find daily assignments, links to video lessons and messages from your teacher. Attendance Each day, homeroom teachers will be expecting to have contact with each student in the class. They will do this by asking a question which the students will answer (question of the day, quiz, or an exit ticket) or by creating an attendance Google Document. This will be used as a method for us to take attendance each day. If a student is unable to attend for the day, parents are asked to let the teacher know via email. Daily Schoolwork Our recommended guidelines for student commitment each day are as follows:
Pre-K: 60 minutes/day
Grades K-1: 90 minutes/day
Grades 2-3: 120 minutes/day
Grades 4-5: 150 minutes/day
Grades 6-8: 180 minutes/day
Grades 9-12: 220 minutes with a minimum of 120 minutes contact time per subject per week
St. Anastasia School teachers will follow the recommended guidelines when planning lessons. Types of Assignments Teachers will be providing daily assignments that are age and subject matter appropriate. Some assignments are online, but many especially in the younger grades, are in the textbooks and workbooks provided by the school. Please visit the classroom Edublogs for details. Accelerated Reader is unlocked for students to test from home. Students should refer to the directives of their teachers regarding the use of AR for their classroom. Varied platforms may be used by the teachers to provide instruction. Specials Classes Teachers of special classes will provide lessons/homework to students on a weekly basis. This includes Art, Choir, Band and Physical Education. Parents and students will find these assignments on the specialist teacher's classroom blog. Assessments Teachers may assess the students after a lesson or unit. Academic honesty is applicable during distance learning. Parents may be asked to verify that the student has taken a test or quiz without help, notes, or tools (calculators, online information, etc.) unless explicitly allowed by teachers. Teachers will notify students and parents of assessments when appropriate. Title I (for participating students only) I-ready is open to all the students previously enrolled in the Title I tutoring program. To participate, parents can go to https://login.i-ready.com/ and enter the following:
user name: lastnamefirstname (all lower case no space) password: title1 (all lower case) State: FL Expectations for: Teachers
Will be posting daily assignments on classroom Edublogs and/or RenWeb. Assignments will be posted daily by 8:00 a.m. each morning or weekly by 8:00 a.m. on Monday morning.
Will be working a normal school day, specifically 9:00a.m.- 2:30p.m. via email. School is still in session remotely on school days. Conference calls can be scheduled during these times via email correspondence with the teacher.
Will use Classroom Edublogs and school email for communication with students and parents. Communication will include any updates, instructions, or announcements for learning and assignments.
Will be tracking student work and progress as the technology allows. Feedback will be provided as needed. Grades will be updated and posted on RenWeb as usual.
Will spend time each day on learning and completing assignments.
Will communicate with their teacher through email about assignments or anything related to the Home Learning Plan. Parents of younger students should communicate with teachers.
Are expected to do their best and follow academic honesty rules just as they would in the school setting.
Should ensure that students are checking in daily with their teacher and completing daily assignments.
Should communicate with their children's teachers or the school administrator if they have any questions, concerns, or are reporting student absences.
Should provide a study area for their children free from as many distractions as possible.
Should refrain from doing any assigned work for their children; teachers need to know what skills students have mastered in order to proceed with the highest-quality instruction.
Should monitor student use of iPads and internet activity.
Events and Happenings As of right now, events are canceled through April 15 including:
Rams Fun Run & Color Run
PTO Quarter Auction
PTO Baseball Bash
First Holy Communion Retreat
We will reevaluate the necessity to reschedule, postpone, or cancel events in late April or May after April 15. First Holy Communion and Liturgical Events For our students who are preparing for the sacrament of Holy Communion, we will continue preparations virtually. Until we can address the future calendar, please encourage your students to pray and deepen their desire for these gifts from God. We are all on hold with so many things. During this time when we cannot physically go to Mass, we can find creative and life-giving ways to worship at home. St. Anastasia Church is offering a daily mass on social media. Click here for the Facebook Live videos for daily and Sunday masses. The Class of 2020 To our eighth graders - the Class of 2020 - you are on our minds. What a way to end your elementary school career! We are praying for you. Please know that we will do everything possible to make sure the end of your experience at St. Anastasia is memorable. Office Hours/Contact Information
Our administration, office staff, and teachers will be available to you by email for any questions that you may have from 9 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. during this time of closure and the office will be open to receive phone calls at (772) 461-2232 during the hours of 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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If you need to get something from our office or school, we kindly ask that you call first and let us know what you need. When you arrive on campus, call the front office so that we can open the roll-in-gate and you can pull up to the front office doors. Please stay inside your vehicle. We will bring your items to the passenger window. We are limiting visitors to our office area and campus.
Technical support or requests are to be emailed to ITS@sta.school and will be answered as soon as possible.
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