Parents’ Guide to Re-Opening at St. Cecelia Catholic School Under COVID-19 Regulations

St. Cecelia Catholic School is ready to re-open under guidelines set forth by the state of Florida. Our faculty and staff are committed to providing a safe environment for your child. We all have a role to play in keeping students, families, faculty, and staff safe during these trying times. Today’s blog from St. Cecelia …

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Back to School Tips for St. Cecelia Catholic School Students

St. Cecelia Catholic School will be ready for the school year to start in August, even under these trying times. Our faculty and staff will make sure everyone is safe and secure in our collaborative learning environment. In today’s blog from St. Cecelia, we outline some tips and tricks for back to school. Related Post: …

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Catholic School Summer Reading: Chronicles of Narnia

Summer is in full swing! Time off of school doesn’t mean your kids can’t enjoy learning. The key is to tap into their interests. One fun read is the Chronicles of Narnia series by C.S. Lewis. St. Cecelia Catholic School dives deeper into this fantasy world that makes for fantastic summer reading for your child. …

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St. Cecelia Catholic School Presents Summertime Activities for Kids at Home

Summer is here! That means fun activities with the kids for a few months while school is out. Even if you’re at home and your choices for outdoor fun are limited, you can still have summer fun. Today’s blog from St. Cecelia Catholic School discusses how to have fun with your kids in the summer …

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How to Have Sunday School at Home as Part of Extracurricular Activities

Sunday school at church gives kids a fun and relaxed way to discover God’s teachings, the Gospels, and Bible scripture. Your children may have questions about what they learned, which is why having Sunday school at home is a fantastic way to maintain your children’s interest. Today’s blog from St. Cecelia Catholic School discusses how …

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St. Cecelia Presents Fun Spring Activities to Do at Home With Your Children

Springtime is here in Florida, and the weather is perfect! Although you might be spending a little more time with your children at home nowadays, there are plenty of things to do around the house that are fun for everyone. St. Cecelia Catholic School explains in today’s blog. Related Post: How Is Play Important for …

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Early Childhood Education and Language: Help Your Child Develop a Larger Vocabulary

One way in which many parents gauge their children’s development is by how advanced their language skills are. While in some cases, language is an excellent indicator of development, if your child’s language isn’t advanced that doesn’t mean they lack intelligence. Children develop uniquely in many different facets of learning and behavior. If you are …

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How St. Cecelia’s Pre-K3 Program Helps Children Prepare for Elementary School

St. Cecelia wants your child to be prepared for elementary school. That’s why we believe a fun, exciting, and rewarding Pre-K3 program is vital to your child’s love of learning later in life! Today’s blog discusses why you should consider enrolling your child in St. Cecelia’s Pre-K3 program. Related Post: Get an Early Start With …

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Learning to Study: Creating an Environment Where Your Child Can Concentrate

Developing an ideal environment where a student can concentrate on learning is a difficult endeavor in some homes. Studies show that a dedicated space where students can concentrate helps them to absorb and retain the information they are studying. Today, the St. Cecelia team will discuss what you can do to improve your student’s learning …

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What Sets St. Cecelia Apart From Other Schools?

At St. Cecelia Catholic School, we pride ourselves on being a stalwart in our community. Our faculty and staff enjoy teaching the next generation of leaders, thinkers, and problem-solvers as we provide an academically challenging and globally minded interdisciplinary education for kids up to 8th grade. In today’s blog, we talk about what sets St. …

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