Seton House 2019-2020

Religion-Seton House* 2019-2020 

Seton House

 The Aquinas School Crest bears The Jerusalem Cross as its central figure. The School color is green, symbolizing hope and loyalty in love. The Chief, the graphic design at the top of each House Crest, symbolizes wisdom.

Seton House honors St. Elizabeth Seton, an adult convert and the first native-born North American to be canonized.
She founded the U.S. Order of the Sisters of Charity and greatly advanced Catholic Education in America. 

Seton House color is blue, which symbolizes strength and loyalty. The Crest is segmented by a Chevron, a house's roof, indicating protection and faithful service.

In addition to The Aquinas School's Jerusalem Cross and a book icon, the Crest features: hands and heart, signifying friendship and love, and a dove, symbolizing peace. 

Textbook Theme: Liturgy and Worship

 *Please note that homework may be altered-students must utilize the assignment pad daily

**Seton House**
*Feast Day: January 4*

Seton House Liturgy-October 04

Motto: “We Strive for Excellence”
2019-2020 School Year

Seton House Members
Grade 8
Grade 7
Grade 6

Seton House Birthdays
Happy Birthday Seton House!
August 05-Ms. Wetzel
August 07-Cameryn
August 28-Leia
September 14-Sebastian
September 19-Rosemary
September 26-Emily
November 23-Joshua
December 01-Samuel
April 17-Michele
May 24-Jack
June 17-Mary

January Birthday Celebration*January 17*
February Birthday Celebration*February 28*

Textbook Theme: Liturgy & Worship
Seton House 2019-2020

Google Classroom Code for Seton House:
Study Guides will be found on Google Classroom

Week of January 20-January 24

Martin Luther King Jr..png

With One Voice Aquinas Middle School Meeting w/ Dr. Lundquist 
Cancelled Today
In Class: 
Preparation for FAIR DAY January 27 CSW

St. Joseph Regional High School
Middle School Trip*No Class

Religion Religion/Music

Discuss Bishop Barron Lesson 4 Questions
Was Due January 17, Friday*Checked for Completion
New Chapter Topic: “Prayer of the Church”
p. 69 Introduction
Chapter Objective: To 
learn more about prayer and its
place in our 
lives as Christians
Session 1: pg. 69-71 Objective: to explore the 
contributions of the monastic life to the Church