Field Day

Field Day is May 29th.  Nursery and PreK will participate in activities in the schoolyard. 

Kindergarten through Grade 8 will go to Reiff Park. 

Dismissal will be from the school at 12:00.

The rain date is scheduled for Thursday, May 31st. 

Candlelight Vigil

Please join us at the Candlelight Vigil in Maspeth Memorial Park on Monday, May 21 at 8:00 PM to honor our Veterans.

Snow making

Our nursery students made snow, and a snowman, last Friday.  Just in time for our real snowfall!

The start of a new school year!

St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Academy of Queens opens for the 2017/2018 school year on September 6th!  

Schedule for Grades 1-8:

     Wednesday, September 6th                        8:00 am ? 10:30 am

     Thursday, September 7th                            8:00 am ? 11:30 am

     Friday, September 8th                                 8:00 am ? 11:30 am    

Schedule for Kindergarten:

     Wednesday September 6th                         8:30 am ? 10:30 am                

     Thursday    September 7th                          8:00 am ? 11:00 am                  

     Friday         September 8th                          8:00 am ? 11:30 am

Schedule for Pre-K:   

     Wednesday September 6th                         9:00 am ? 11:00 am    

     Thursday    September 7th                          8:30 am ? 11:30 am                  

      Friday        September 8th                          8:00 am ? 11:30 am

Schedule for Nursery:

     Wednesday September 6th                         9:00 am ? 10:00 am                

     Thursday    September 7th                          8:30 am ? 10:30 am                  

      Friday        September 8th                          8:10 am ? 11:00 am

***On the first day of school we will meet in the schoolyard.  After that, K-8 enter through the main door, Nursery and Pre K enter through the side doors.  ***

Lego Club

Yesterday St. Stan’s held the introductory meeting of its Lego Challenge Afterschool Club. Officially, the club begins in the new school year, however, students were given a taste of what they could look forward to! Each club member was given select Lego pieces and was asked to create as many different Fidget Spinners as they could using their Legos. Students were also challenged to create spinners that could spin for a longer period of time. Club members had an opportunity to test and revise their spinners to keep improving their time. Teachers and Club Moderators Susan Beechel and Maria Marrocco were thrilled with the variety of fidget spinners the students created.

Contest winners!

Several of our Jr. High students entered an essay contest sponsored by the Polish Legion of American Veterans. ?After the judging of the essays entitled, “What is a Patriot?” 3 of our students won at the local level. ?Angelica Katcher won 1st place, Julia Potaczala ?won 2nd place, and Paige Mahon won 3rd place. ?Angelica’s went on to the state level and won again! ?We are very proud of our students and all of their accomplishments!

4th grade winners!

Our fourth graders  placed 7th out of the top ten classes and first in their grade level in the CTN sponsored MathBowl.  Over 900 classes and 20,000 students competed by interactively solving math problems.  Congratulations fourth graders!  Hard work really adds up!

1st grade visits local sites

The first grade took a walking trip around Maspeth and visited Enchanted Florist, Maspeth Federal, Rosa’s pizzeria, and Isabella’s ices and ice cream.  They learned a lot and enjoyed all the places they visited!

8th grade visits Philadelphia

The 8th grade is spending a wonderful day in Philadelphia visiting all the sites and enjoying each other’s company.  Here they are seeing the Liberty Bell!