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News: Chittenden Cross Country Championship

October 19, 2017

It was exciting afternoon at the Chittenden County Championships yesterday at Shelburne Museum. The girls ran first and there 18 schools with over 200 runners in their race. The girls finished 4th for the 3rd year in a row with an incredibly close finish with the top 4 teams all within 12 points of each […] Read more...

News: Cross Country Team

October 17, 2017

The Mater Christi girls and boys cross country teams ran very well at the Harwood Invitational on Saturday. They didn’t have their full roster of runners but the boys finished 2nd and the girls 3rd against over a dozen schools from central Vermont.  Malinn Sigler led the girls team with Malise Sigler,  Ella Byers, Ava Rohrbaugh, […] Read more...

Press Release: Ricardo Siri “Liniers” visits Mater Christi School

October 9, 2017

Ricardo Siri “Liniers” at Mater Christi School Argentinian Cartoonist. Mater Christi School is excited to announce that Ricardo Siri, better known by his middle name Liniers, will be visiting our school on Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 10:00 a.m.  Liniers is an Argentinian author and cartoonist who has written 30 books that have been translated […] Read more...

Teacher Talk : New Begins/ New Life/Life Cycle

September 19, 2017

We started our kindergarten year off by observing two Monarch caterpillars complete their cycle and emerge into two beautiful butterflies.   We read the book The Very Hungry Caterpillar and many other butterfly books.  We sang and acted out  If I Were a Butterfly  and Butterfly Fly.   Each morning the children arrived anxious to see what […] Read more...

President’s Perspective

September 13, 2017

Dear Mater Christi Families, We are heading into the third week of school and are off to a wonderful start! In our opening day assembly back on August 30th, I emphasized the reality of newness, which all of us would be experiencing in some way or another. I encouraged students not only to embrace the […] Read more...