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  • Jesse Tree December 17, 2014

    Fifth grade students are learning about Jesus’ family tree.  This tree is called the Jesse tree.   It begins with Adam and Eve and ends with Mary and the birth of Jesus. The students  do a small reading, a pray, and answer questions to help prepare themselves for advent. Pictured is Andrea Adamski placing Adam and […]
  • Puppet Show December 8, 2014

      What happens if you make a bad choice? Fourth graders wrote and acted in puppet plays for religion class. One play had a character deciding to the right thing and stating the consequences. The other play showed what could happen if someone chose the wrong path. Some examples of  problems faced were: Shoplift or […]
  • Dream Vacation Fundraiser December 8, 2014

    This year St. Boniface families will be selling raffle tickets! We are working with Penny Wise Travel Agency to offer the grand prize winner $5,000 worth of travel expenses to a location of their choice. The  winner gets to pick all the details including location, number of travelers, and the dates they’d like to go. […]
  • Thanksgiving Feast! November 26, 2014

      St. Boniface’s students have so much to be thankful for! We celebrated this Thanksgiving together saving thank you to God and giving to those in need. We began our celebration at Mass, giving thanks to God for our many blessings. Then, our students brought up non-perishable items to the alter during the offertory for the Christian Food […]
  • Happy Thanksgiving! November 24, 2014

    Turkey Dinner (to the tune of “Are you Sleeping?”) Turkey Dinner, Turkey Dinner Gather round, Gather round Who will get the drumstick? The yummy yummy drumstick. All sit down, All sit down Cornbread muffins, Chestnut stuffing Pudding pie, Ten feet high We were all much thinner Before we sat for dinner Me, oh, my. Me, […]
  • Reading is Fun! November 20, 2014

      Reading books every day betters our reading fluency and comprehension! Ethan Ott is getting ready to take an Accelerated Reader test on a book he just finished.  Ethan, along with all the 2nd graders, are working toward their reading goals each day. Check out how many books our students have read so far this […]
  • Cash Bash November 17, 2014

    St. Boniface School’s Saturday, Nov. 22nd 6:30 to 9:30 PM Doors Open at 5:45 pm   Free Food and Drink No Admittance Under 21 –ID Required   One Ticket $5     or     Four Tickets $15 1st Prize: $1500 2nd Prize: $500 3rd Prize: $300     Located in the St. Boniface Cafeteria, 359 Main St, Kersey, […]
  • For Sale: Smoked Pepperoni, Smoked Cheese and Peanut Butter Balls November 13, 2014

    Smoked Cheese and Smoked Pepperoni and Peanut Butter Balls   Pepperoni (8 in.) $5 each                                           Number of pieces ______  x $5.00 = Total ____________ Copper Cheese (Approx. 13 oz.) $6 each          […]
  • Catching a Brain Wave November 13, 2014

    Mrs. Cesa’s third graders are zeroing in on good nutrition and exercise this year.  Each day the students bring in a fresh fruit or a vegetable they earn a sticker for their snack chart.  The students have turned this into a competion to see who will fill their chart up first.  Everyday they are so […]
  • Science Fair November 12, 2014

          Our fourth and fifth grade students have been hard at work on their Science Fair projects. Each student worked at home conducting an experiment and there were no limits put on their creativity! They were required to write a report complete with hypothesis, procedures and conclusions. Plus a display board to show […]
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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 toward 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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