Spiritual, moral and academic excellence under the patronage of St. Francis of Assisi
One of the most important choices parents make about their children is in regards to their education. Students in Catholic schools experience an education rich in Christian values. A good education maximizes a child's chances for a fulfilling life, and the
most impressionable and formative
years are the elementary school years.
In a Catholic School, Christian values
are practiced and learned each and every day. Catholic schools teach to
love God and neighbor without the roadblocks found in public schools. Students are courteous and respectful
to adults and to each other. Community service is an integral component of a Catholic education.
St. Francis Catholic School
15643 SW Oregon Street
Sherwood, OR 97140
Phone: (503) 625-0497
|Pre-K||Understanding of Whole Numbers||Identfication of Shapes and Description of Spatial Relationships||Comparison of Objects|
|K||Comparison of Ordering of Numbers||Describing Shapes and Space||Comparison and Ordering of Objects|
|1||Whole Number Relationships||Understanding Addition and Subtraction||Composition and Decompostion of Shapes|
|2||Base-Ten and Place Value||Fluency with Addition and Subtraction||Linear Measurement|
|3||Understanding Fractions||Understanding Multiplication and Division||Describing and Analyzing Two-Dimensional Shapes|
|4||Understanding Decimals||Fluency with Multiplication||Area of Two-Dimensional Shapes|
|5||Addition/Subtraction of Fractions and Decimals||Understanding and Fluency with Division of Whole Numbers||Describing and Analyzing Three-Dimensional Shapes|
|6||Multiplication/Division of Fractions and Decimals||Ratio, Rate, Percent and Probability||Math Expressions and Equations|
|7||Rational Numbers and Linear Equations||Proportions and Similarity||Surface Area and Volume of Three-Dimensional Shapes|
|8||Linear Equations||Analyzing and Summarizing Data Sets||Angles, Distance and the Pythagorean Theorem|
|ALG.1||Real Number Expressions and Operations||Linear Equations, Functions, Inequalities, and Systems||Quadratic and Exponential Equations and Functions|
As science educators in the Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Portland, we understand that students learn in a variety of ways. We provide opportunities for learners to:
Students will demonstrate their understanding of the content of the Religion Curriculum (i.e., Doctrine, Tradition. Etc.) at their particular grade level.
All schools in the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon are committed to empowering students to become lifelong learners with Catholic values and moral decision-making in a digital age. In partnership with families and with collaboration among teachers, we are dedicated to building a technological foundation in our students, so they become leaders who are able to solve problems and advance humanity in the context of our Catholic faith. Our students are challenged across integrated curricula to be authentic and Christ-like in all applications of technology.