As part of a History lesson on 9/11, students had the opportunity to learn more depth about the tragic events that occurred on this day. Two students in the fourth grade class decided to expand their knowledge on this subject by creating a stop motion video displaying their very own interpretation of what took place. If you ask me, they did an awesome job!!! ~Miss Nave
We participate in CYO sports programs. Sports is a great way for our students to practice the values we are teaching them even in the face of opposition through competition. Click the photo to read more about CYO's programs.
Innovation lab field trip teaches problem solving with the materials available.
A student created project beginning from only a video file added into GarageBand. He created the entire soundtrack using loops and sound effects we've loaded.
Concerts are still part of the music program but can include elements of drama and tech as well.
We use our iPads to create iMovie Trailers documenting field trips. They are fun to create and a great way to begin learning iMovie.
Practicing for the next big iPad band performance!
Students have a wide variety of service opportunities including Ocean Beach Cleanup.
Field trips venturing to local startups right here in our Mission District. We walked from school to The Other Machine's facilities. Click on the photo to see their website.
Kinder and 1st Celebrate International Dot Day
Students are given many opportunities for learning about nature by venturing into many areas of the Bay Area during their time as an SAIC student.
Technology program includes learning to write computer code. We participated in The Hour of Code and Third Grade proudly shows off their certificates of completion.
It's never too early to start coding! Click the photo to learn why we think this is an important skill to include in our curriculum.
The mission of Saint Anthony – Immaculate Conception School, a Catholic elementary school in San Francisco’s Mission District, is to empower students from diverse backgrounds to grow as whole persons in the image of Jesus Christ. The partnership between school staff and families, the primary educators, is focused on helping students develop their God-given gifts and talents through a rich academic program, a dynamic community of believers, and commitment to service and worship.