La Salette of Roxas Elementary Department is a Catholic elementary school offering education for students from the kindergarten level to the sixth grade. Its facilities and classrooms are located in one building. The Grade School shares the athletic facilities with the High School.
The curriculum for the grade school focuses on basic elementary education, by which Filipino, Christian Living, Language(English), Science, Art, Music, Computer, and Arithmetic are introduced in Kindergarten 1 and 2. Language Arts, Science, Music, Mathematics, Computer and Physical Education are taught in Grades 1-6.
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... of the San Lorenzo teachers were transferred to pave the way for merging elementary schools and secondary schools of Herran and San Lorenzo ... In 1973-74, the Herran and San Lorenzo schools fused the High School and the College were based in San Lorenzo while the Preschool and Grade School briefly ... Finally the Grade School settled in Antipolo along Sumulong Highway on September 11, 1974 ...
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... The Grade School Student Organization (GSSO) is the official student council of the Grade School department ... The Student Council has positions like Grade School President, Vice president, Secretary of Grades 4 and 6, and Treasurer ...
... Peter and Paul." In 1892, to serve the children of the community, a school was built on Parsons ... From the time it opened in 1893 until 1969, the school functioned as a co-ed grade school and a high school for girls ... Patrick in 1938, and the high school was renamed "Immaculata High School" ...
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“Green, green is El Aghir. It has a railway station,
And the wealth of its soil has borne many another fruit:
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Such blessings, as I remarked, in effect, to the waiter,
Are added unto them that have plenty of water.”
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“Life begins at sixat least in the minds of six-year-olds. . . . In kindergarten you are the baby. In first grade you put down the baby. . . . Every first grader knows in some osmotic way that this is real life. . . . First grade is the first step on the way to a place in the grown-up world.”
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