Category Archives: School life

Pot ‘O Gold Winning Ticket Numbers

Once Again we would like to take amount to thank everyone that supported our Pot ‘O Gold Event. We would like to especially thank Lisa Scime, Event Chair, and all of the volunteers and staff members that made this event the success it was this year.   List of Winning Ticket Numbers: $50.00 Winners 0873 […]

St. Amelia Presents: Three Wise Men And A Baby

On Thursday, December 14, 2017, we will present our Christmas Concert, showcasing St. Amelia students who participate in our Instrumental Music Program. The St. Amelia Concert band will play before both performances of our Christmas play, at 12:45 and 7:00 p.m.  we will present our annual Christmas Program in the Church, featuring students in Grades […]

St. Amelia Has A Thanksgiving Feast

Today over 200 students in our early childhood classes took part in our annual Thanksgiving feast. Our students were dressed as Pilgrims and Indians, the students shared a meal together including preparing some of the food in their class. A special thank you to all their teachers: Mrs. Perrello, Mrs. Dudziak, Mrs. Monaco, Mrs. Adymy, […]

Save the Date “Hops & Vines”

St. Amelia School will be hosting our 6th annual Hops & Vines fundraiser, a beer and wine tasting event on Thursday, December 7th from 6:00 – 9:00pm in the school gymnasium.  All proceeds help fund multiple programs at our school ranging from academic materials, extra-curricular activities, and STREAM initiatives (Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Arts and […]

October “Terrific Kids”

Every other month a “Terrific Kid” is selected in each class to recognize a student for working to the best of his/her ability to improve academic performance, behavior, relationships with peers, or attendance. The Kiwanis Club of Ken-Ton sponsors the “Terrific Kids” program.  Students were awarded a certificate at our “Terrific Kids” assembly on Thursday, October […]

Camp Invention Sparks Imagination, Creativity and Problem Solving Skills

Camp Invention is an exciting, week long science camp with activities that explore connections between science, technology, engineering, and innovation while sharpening their 21st century learning skills. Students from grades kindergarten through sixth experienced real-world problem solving, creative thinking, invention, and teamwork, during a week-long adventure rotating through several fascinating modules inspired by the Inductees […]

Congratulations To Our Graduates!

Our 2017 8th Grade Graduation Mass, including presentation of diplomas and awards, took place on Tuesday June 20, at 7:00 p.m. in St. Amelia Church. Our guest speaker was Mr. Robert Bennett, Chancellor Emeritus New York State Board of Regents. We are proud to say that 80% of our graduates will continue on to a […]

Field Day At St. Amelia

Every year at St. Amelia School we have a tradition of ending our school year with our annual Field Day. This is a day full of fun and entertaining activities for our kindergarten through 7th graders. Our Field Day is co-sponsored by the Home School Association and is coordinated by Mr. Fregelette and Mrs. Metzger. […]

8th Grade Hope Ribbon Ceremony

The Eighth grade class of St. Amelia School received their “Hope Ribbons” at a Mass this morning. Parents, faculty, parishioners and students from grades Kindergarten through grade 7 attended the ceremony. The Blue and Gold Hope Ribbon, our school colors, are a sign to all future graduates’ dedication and hard work.  They symbolize “Our Hope […]