Seton House

Week of April 24-April 28, 2017
Seton House Crest

Religion-Seton House* 2016-2017  

 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: Christ Reveals God's Mystery-Creed (2016-2017)
 *Please note that homework may be altered-students must
utilize the assignment pad daily


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

Seton House Prayer Service-September 16
Seton House Liturgy-April 07

Motto: “We Strive for Excellence”

2016-2017 School Year

Congratulations to Christa and Charlotte
for placing first in the school-wide
Catholic Challenge competition!


Seton House Birthdays
Josephine-August 02
Ms. Wetzel-August 05
Drew-August 06
Kyra-September 05
Emily-September 26
October 20-Faith
October 21-Aidan
November 09-Victoria
December 06-Stephen
January 13-Joe
January 27-Annie
February 18-Mary
February 25-Siena
March 04-Alex
July 20-Christa
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*Head of House* Christa
Grade 8
Aidan/Annie/Christa/Drew/Faith/Mary/Stephen

Grade 7
Alex/Joseph/Kyra/Siena

Grade 6
Emily/Josephine/Victoria

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 EDMODO.COM*Group Name-Seton House 2016-2017
*Account Code eatdcc

Textbook: Christ Reveals God's Mystery-Creed


Week of April 24-April 28, 2017
*Monday*
Make-up Tests “The Son of God”
Session 3 Completed pg. 127 & 128
Objective: To understand that the death of
Jesus was expiation for our sins and the
meaning of Jesus’ descent to the dead

*Tuesday*
Session 4 pg. 129-130
Objective: To reflect 
on the grieving process
Homework: Questions and vocabulary pg. 131

*Wednesday*
Review for Test Friday
“Jesus’ Passion and Death” pg. 121-131


*Thursday*
Part 1 Religion/Music
Part 2 Religion
Completion of Journals
…Projects (Saints)


*Friday*
Test “Jesus’ Passion and Death” pg. 121-131
Evaluation: To appreciate how the Passion 
and Death of Jesus revealed the depth of God’s love.