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An engaging learning environment with state-of-the-art resources prepare today’s students for tomorrow’s world. In addition to Smartboards in every classroom, the integration of laptops, netbooks and ipads provide opportunities for connected learning and collaboration.

Caring and talented teachers enhance the curriculum with hands-on activities and inspire exploration. They challenge each student to develop critical thinking and reasoning skills. French and Spanish classes start in Kindergarten. Middle School students have opportunities to earn high school credits in foreign language, Algebra I, World History I & Earth Science classes.

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EcoArt & Book Fair!

 Sunday, April 6th  from 4:00 -7:00

Save the date because there is a lot of cool stuff going on at St. Bridget!

The Museum of Very Fine Arts will be held again this year in MPH.  Spend your evening perusing and maybe even buying art created by St. Bridget students. There will be plenty of music, food, beer, wine, and soda.

Make sure to bring your device with you. There will be exciting opportunities to explore augmented reality by scanning images that will come to life with videos of our students. In addition to the Art Show, you may head upstairs to the Library for the opening of the BOOK FAIR! This event promises to be a good time for both children and adults.

This year’s art show will be themed around the opening of the new School Garden. Come and check out our plans for this Spring in the soon to be constructed raised beds by the blacktop. Kindergarten-8th graders are busy working on a variety of EcoArt Works. EcoArt is a movement that creates art helping to connect us back to our natural environment. It helps to remind us of the beauty of natural world and just how important our relationship is within it. Expect to see works about birds, butterflies, the Blue Ridge Mountains, sustainability, and of course as per tradition in the art room, lots of Upcycling!



Students still have the option of displaying works created outside of school. The works do not have to be related to EcoArt.  Works may include paintings, drawings, sculptures, photography, crafts, etc. Up to three works may be submitted to Ms. Wright starting Monday, March 31st. Please make sure submitted works are of exhibition quality and are 100% made by the student. If so desired, K-5 may sell their works for $5 while middle school may sell their work at a reasonable price of their choice. All money goes directly to the artist. Please make sure the student’s name is printed on the front of the work and that the work is accompanied by the following Submission Form. Students may not sell any projects created with Ms. Wright in the art room. Please contact Ms. Wright at with any questions.

MVFA 2014 – Submission Form


In addition to the three days already built into the calendar, additional time has been missed this winter due to snow. The school calendar has been adjusted to accommodate the additional time missed this winter. Please note the following changes:

  • March 14, 2014 changes from a noon dismissal to a full day

  • April 11, 2014 changes from a noon dismissal to a full day

  • April 21, 2014 changes from a holiday to a full day

  • May 23, 2014 changes from a noon dismissal to a full day

Thank you for noting these changes on your calendar.

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