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7th Grade Field Trips  

Trip 1: We are booked for our Thursday, May 11, 2017 field trip to the Grand Rapids Museums! We will leave school immediately after morning prayer at 7:55AM and return by 3:30PM (unfortunately too late for busses).

     We will visit the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, The Grand Rapids Public Museum, and the Grand Rapids Art Museum. At the first two museums there will be a self-guided tour and at the GRAM there will be a docent led tour.

     Students and chaperones will need to bring a sack lunch that includes a drink. Students will also need to wear their field trip shirts, bottoms that follow the uniform holiday guidelines, and comfortable shoes. 

     The cost for students will be $8.00. The cost for chaperones will be $16.00.

Please let me know if you would like to chaperone. A permission slip will be sent home when we are closer to the trip date.


  Trip 2: We are booked for our Mission to Mars at the Challenger Learning Center at the Kalamazoo Valley Museum on Wednesday, May 31, 2017. We will leave school in uniform on the bus at about 11:30 and return by 2:30. The cost for students will be $5.00. There is no  cost for chaperones.

      Please let me know if you would like to chaperone this mission. A permission slip will be sent home when we are closer to the trip date.

Summer Reading  

7th Grade Summer Reading Requirements

Historical Fiction

Choose one of the following books on the historical fiction list. Prepare either a summary or PowerPoint that includes a five to ten sentence paragraph for each of the following concepts:   the plot, characters, setting, theme, and vocabulary specific to the story. While detailing the vocabulary, choose words you didn’t know before or words vital to understanding what is happening in the story. For example, prairie and covered wagon would be words imperative to understand while reading Little House on the Prairie. Please include your name and title of the book read in the top right corner. This is officially due September 1st, however, you may bring it on the first day of school. Be sure to save it on your flash drive as soon as you are done to ensure that it does not get lost in the transition from summer into the school year. If you read one and have time, read another!! The more you read, the more you will be prepared for next year.

Little Women by Louisa May Alcott (unabridged version)

Johnny Tremain by Esther Forbes

Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor

Watsons Go to Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis

Banner in the Sky by James Ramsey Ullman

The Secret of Sarah Revere by Ann Rinaldi

If you’ve read all of these, choose another title by the authors Ann Rinaldi, Louisa May Alcott, Mildred D. Taylor, or Christopher Paul Curtis.

Theology Literature

Read the following book. Write a 3-5 paragraph essay that includes five to ten sentences per paragraph on Catholic themes and ideas that are prevalent in the story. Save it on your flash drive until the first weeks of school to ensure that it was uploaded properly. Due September 1st, but you may turn it in on the first day of school.

The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis

If you’ve already read this title, read another title from the Narnia series. If you’ve read all of the Narnia series, read a book about a saint you don’t know much about.


Annual Contest: "Evangelizing Family"  

Check back here soon for a link to and information about this year's contest.

Honor Roll  


If you have any questions about the honor roll please do not hesitate to ask.



Honor Roll 2015-2016

2nd and 4th quarters


Students in the sixth, seventh, and eighth grades have an opportunity to earn points to attain a place on the St. Monica Honor Roll. Honor points are based on the letter grade earned in each subject. This is how the points and levels are determined.


Major                                    Minor

           Theology                                       Art                                      

         Mathematics                                            Band

           Literature                                     Music           

             Writing                                 Physical Education

             Science                                    Spanish

       Social Studies                             Technology


Point Values for Letter Grades

Major Subjects:                         Minor Subjects:

                 A = 3 points                           A= 1 point

                 B = 2 points                            B= 0.5 point                      

                 C= 1 point


Honor Roll Levels  


Exceptional Honors   23 points (21 points for band students)


Honors 21-22.5 points (19-20.5 points for band students)

No “D’s”


Honorable Mention   17-20.5 points (15-18.5 points for band students)

No “D’s”