21st Century Stream Lab

Students using Stream Lab

 

21st Century Learning the St. Stan’s way! Our STREAM program engages students to develop higher level thinking skills! Our State of the Art STREAM Lab-includes 3D printers, an interactive floor, Ozobots, Cubelets, Coding and more. Great things are happening here – yesterday, today and tomorrow! LEARN MORE & SPREAD THE WORD TODAY!

READY, SET, LEARN!

At St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Academy of Queens, online learning began on Day One of the school shut down caused by COVID-19. Teachers met, set up schedules for instruction and office hours, and we were off and running.

Students in Kindergarten – Grade 3 were each equipped with an iPad, while students in Grades 4 – 8 each had a Chromebook on which to complete assignments.

Since that time, teachers or core subjects as well as special subjects meet with the students daily for direct, live instruction as well as providing additional activities for student advancement.

We are so proud to be St. Stan’s Strong!       

REGISTRATION HAS BEGUN AND IS ONGOING

Register New Students for the 2020-2021 School Year
Nursery/Pre-Kindergarten/Kindergarten through Grade Eight

Nursery Full and Half Day Programs (3 year olds):

  • 5  Day Program

PreK For All (4 year olds):

  • 5 Day Program (Full Day – Free Program)

Grades Kindergarten – Eight 

  • Call 718-326-1585 or email dgalasso@ststanscaqn.org for more information

Thank You First Responders

St. Stanislaus Kostka Catholic Academy of Queens recognizes the sacrifices of medical professionals, first responders, spiritual directors, military personnel, teachers, staff, and all essential workers. We pray for their strength, compassion, courage, and safety. We ask God to bless them as they are called to serve their dear neighbors, both friends and strangers. These dedicated professionals are examples of charity and the fulfillment of God’s great commandment of love for one another.

Video: Lean on Me

Our 8th Grade Performing Arts Players remind us that if we Lean on the Lord and each other, we can overcome anything! St. Stan’s Strong!

Prayer for April 1

https://www.thetabernaclechoir.org/articles/the-prayer-song-history-david-foster.html


I pray you'll be our eyes and watch us where we go
And help us to be wise in times when we don't know
Let this be our prayer 
When we lose our way
Lead us to a place 
Guide us with your grace
To a place where we'll be safe

La luce che tu hai
(I pray we'll find your light)
Nel cuore resterà
(And hold it in our hearts)
A ricordarci che
(When stars go out each night)
Eterna stella sei
Nella mia preghiera
(Let this be our prayer)
Quanta fede c'è
(When shadows fill our day)

Lead us to a place
Guide us with your grace
Give us faith so we'll be safe
Sogniamo un mondo senza più violenza
Un mondo di giustizia e di speranza
Ognuno dia la mano al suo vicino
Simbolo di pace, di fraternità
La forza che ci dà

(We ask that life be kind)
È il desiderio che
(And watch us from above)
Ognuno trovi amor
(We hope each soul will find)
Intorno e dentro sé
(Another soul to love)

Let this be our prayer 
Let this be our prayer
Just like every child
Just like every child
Need to find a place, guide us with your grace
Give us faith so we'll be safe
È la fede che
Hai acceso in noi
Sento che ci salverà
 

Prayer for Tuesday, March 31-click for full prayer

When you go out and see the empty streets, 

the empty stadiums, the empty train platforms, 

don’t say to yourself, “It looks like the end of the world.”  

 

What you’re seeing is love in action.  

What you’re seeing, in that negative space, 

is how much we do care for each other, 

for our grandparents,

for our immuno-compromised brothers and sisters, 

for people we will never meet.

 

People will lose jobs over this.  

Some will lose their businesses.

And some will lose their lives.  

All the more reason to take a moment, 

when you’re out on your walk, 

or on your way to the store, 

or just watching the news, 

to look into the emptiness and marvel at all that LOVE.

 

Let it fill you and sustain you.

IT ISN’T THE END OF THE WORLD.

It is the most remarkable act of global solidarity we may ever witness!