Infant Jesus of Prague School Celebrates a Kindergarten Graduation

Infant Jesus of Prague School Celebrates a Kindergarten Graduation

The Kindergarten class of Infant Jesus of Prague School wrapped up graduation requirements on Wednesday, May 30, 2012. They participated in a virtual trip to China, a Lemonade stand sale and multiple academically developmental topics and subjects throughout the 2011 – 2012 school year. They sang, clapped and danced their way through the ceremony.


The event was directed and organized by Kindergarten teachers, Ms. Kathy Piattoni and Ms. Stacey Swanson as well as Kindergarten aide, Ms. Mary Wernicke. Swanson and Piattoni thanked parents for their participation in their children’s education. They gave special recognition to volunteers who facilitated various activities and recess duties.


The youngsters joined in song with the lyrics, “Thank you for our Catholic Education.” They sang the “Our Father” and reminded the audience of the purpose of Catholic Education. Fr. Mike Nacius, Pastor of Infant Jesus of Prague Parish closed the event with an enthusiastic presentation of diplomas to the Kindergarten students.


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Erin Roeper June 05, 2012 at 01:13 PM
As a grandparent of one of those kindergartners, I couldn't be more pleased with Dominic's superb experience this past year. He really blossomed in response to IJP's fine educational program, as well as the kind (but firm) guidance of Mrs. Swanson, whose expertise in working with this age group is beyond awesome!
Steve Chorak June 05, 2012 at 01:45 PM
The Kindergarten teachers are excellent and experienced with the grade level. It is only through the educators' dedication to academic excellence as well as a fantastic partnership with families that children at IJP School are able to progress so effectively through all grade levels.


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