March 6th Edition – Goodness
The articles and artwork were created by the students of the diocesan academies, and each month there was a new theme and a new academy.
“Goodness” is the theme of this edition. St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Academy in Woodhaven, Queens is this month’s academy to showcase its journalistic skills. Enjoy reading the additional student submissions as well as the Teacher Resources below. Let us know what you think!
Wonderful Things Are Happening
BY AARON SOLANO, GR. 7
What does “goodness” mean? It can mean anything based on your own personal interpretation.
FOR THE FULL ARTICLE SEE THE COVER PAGE OF THE TABLET Jr.
Cards For Cops
BY Gabriella Agosto, GR. 7
During this Valentine’s Day season, the students in sixth, seventh and eighth grade at St. Thomas the Apostle Catholic Academy in Woodhaven created Valentine’s Day cards for members of the neighborhood police station.
FOR THE FULL ARTICLE SEE PAGE 2 OF THE TABLET Jr.
“Always look for the light in your students’ eyes! If you don’t see it, try harder!”
Minecraft is a game that allows people to build and create their own world.
This year, eighth graders across New York City have been preparing to take a new step in their lives.
During the week of February 8th, we participated in many activities as a school to celebrate Catholic Schools Week.
On Sunday, February 7, the Kansas City Chiefs faced off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
As a community, Saint Thomas the Apostle Catholic Academy has been preparing for a wonderful opportunity.
Every year Philip, Lenny, and Karen Heide set up Christmas Decorations at their house in Merrick.
After being out of the classroom since November, good news comes to 56 students in middle schools across the five boroughs.
Students submitted artwork and photos that represent the theme.
About the Tablet Jr.
A collaboration between CTN and The Tablet editorial staff, The Tablet Jr. includes stories written by middle-grade students from diocesan schools as well as student-created artwork. Additional elements include a question-and-answer column, a diocesan history column, fun activities such as word puzzles, and a news article written by a member of The Tablet staff.