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Saint Boniface, founded in 1885, is a student centered parish Catholic elementary school encompassing preschool through grade five. We provide self-contained and limited departmental instruction with emphasis on high academic achievement, self-esteem, and a commitment to Christian values. Our nurturing environment includes a variety of teaching styles and experiences to educate the whole child to meet present and future challenges as we move through the 21st century.

A Catholic education aims to prepare students not only for careers, but also for life. It helps students to deal not only with questions of what a person should know, but also with how a person should live. Catholic education is best realized in Catholic Schools which offer opportunities for each child to receive religious and secular instruction, experiences daily living in a faith community, and develops skill and commitment in serving others. Catholic students learn to integrate the teachings of moral and spiritual values of the Catholic Church within the academic, social, and emotional environment of the Catholic School. Our Catholic School is a parish school within the Diocese of Erie. As part of the parish family, St. Boniface and the Diocese look to the school to serve its children and to collaborate with the Diocese in the formation of its children.

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Multi-Age Learning Resources

Multiage classrooms are composed of students who are more than one year apart. Students remain with the same teacher for more than one year. Multiage classrooms are made up of a mix of abilities and ages. Students are not grouped based solely on academic performance. Multiage classrooms reflect the natural groupings found in our neighborhoods, communities and in the world, and provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas, modeling of behaviors, practice of responsibility and nurturance, and development of leadership and social skills.

Several principles and practices are foundational to multiage classrooms:

  • Teacher is the facilitator of learning (rather than the keeper of knowledge)
  • Developmentally appropriate, child centered, continuous learning
  • Integrated Curriculum
  • Attention to the education of the whole child

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First Reconciliation Retreat

The second grade students joined other students from REP for a special Reconciliation retreat.  They had fun taking part in all of the day’s activities.  They listened to a story read by Mrs. Gahr, completed an art project, watched a video, and had an individual...

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First Communion Retreat

The First Communion class enjoyed a wonderful retreat day doing many fun activities. They completed an art project, watched a video, and participated in a lesson on the Last Supper. They also had an awesome time making bread with Father Ross.  It was a great...

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Great American Clean Up

4th and 5th grade students recently participated in the Great American Clean Up by cleaning up the highway that is adopted by Saint Boniface School. The students spent the day together, cleaning up our community, while also participating in their grade level religious...

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Stations of the Cross

Fridays during Lent St. Boniface students pray the stations of the cross.  Lead by the multi-age fourth and fifth grade class the students walk the final days of the life of Jesus.  Join us at 2:30 in the...

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We Love Dr. Seuss!

Students in the multi-age fourth and fifth grade classroom have had so much fun celebrating Read Across America week! We took turns sharing our favorite Dr. Seuss book with the class, we created out very own Cat in the Hat lapbooks and enjoyed curling up on our comfy...

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How Many Feet is That?

Students is Mrs. Gnan’s Math classes recently had a blast measuring objects around the school using a little twist.  They had to measure objects using their foot.  The students took the time to trace their foot and then cut out several copies to measure various...

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Who eats Who?

Who eats who?  Second and third grade recently created food chains to see what animals were having for dinner.  After studying a unit on food chains and food webs they put their knowledge to the test by putting animals and plants in their appropriate spot in the food...

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Fraction Bars

“In math class, 3rd and 4th grade students are both exploring fractions and the various ways in which they can be represented. Third grade recently had the opportunity to try out “Fraction Bars” to help them to determine fractions that are greater...

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Hot Potato!

Mrs. Cesa’s students were having a blast being the teacher in English class.  In groups, students were to create an activity on nouns and present it to the rest of the class. Pictured are the students playing Noun Hot Potato.

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Bible Stores Come to Life!

Grade 4/5 recently read bible stories.  They then presented their own interpretation of the stories to the rest of the class.  They had a variety of options for presenting and especially enjoyed acting out some of the stories.  They had an amazing time working...

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EEEW! YUCKY! GOOEY!

EEEW! YUCKY! GOOEY! …that’s what you heard in the Kindergarten classroom while carving their pumpkins.  The children had fun carving and cleaning out their pumpkins.  Here are the girls separating the seeds from the, as they said “gross stuff.”...

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Grandparent's Day!!