Are you intrigued by math puzzles and brainteasers? Do you enjoy playing logic and strategy games? Do you want to enhance your problem solving and mathematical reasoning skills?
Cardinal Newman Academy announces their Middle School Math Circle for Spring 2019.
The Circle is open to students in grades 6-8 who are looking for a challenge and are interested in enhancing their appreciation for mathematics, developing their problem solving skills, and discovering new applications for mathematical concepts.
The Circle is a fun, collaborative, and social way for students to develop analytical thinking skills and gain exposure to math reasoning outside the school curriculum.
To learn more about Math Circles please visit: www.mathcircles.org
Cardinal Newman Academy
7250 Patterson Avenue
Henrico, VA 23229
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Thanks to our generous donors, we finished 2018 celebrating another milestone: a successful Christmas Campaign! In total, your support helped us raise over $34,000, exceeding our goal of $30,000.
As we continue to grow and serve the Richmond Catholic community, our community’s support and generosity help shape the education and culture at Cardinal Newman Academy, now and into the future.
You are helping educate the next generation of leaders who will seek in wonder, and serve with joy.
We now look with joyful excitement to 2019 and sharing with you our continued growth and success and how your support is changing lives!
Throughout the year, our benefactors and supporters are remembered in prayer at Cardinal Newman Academy. Thank you!
Join the Riverhawk Service Club on Saturday, December 1 at East End Cemetery 50 Evergreen Road Richmond, VA 23223 at 10am for the cemetery clean up.
We recommend you wear denim jeans and heavy shoes or boots. There is broken glass, pieces of rusty metal etc., on the site. The clean up may last two to three hours, but you are free to come when you can and stay as long as you can. There is no water available, so bring something to drink. There is a portable toilet available.
Recommended tools to bring:
- heavy-duty steel rake/bow rake
- limb loppers
- good, heavy gloves to handle glass, briars, etc.
There are additional tools available if you do not have any.
Cardinal Newman Academy invites you to join us on our annual pilgrimage!
Meet Friday, November 30 at 9:15am on the steps of The Cathedral of the Sacred Heart 800 S. Cathedral Place, Richmond VA 23220.
After a visit at the Cathedral and tour of this historic landmark, we will walk to St Peter Catholic Church, the first Catholic church in Richmond and the original cathedral of the diocese.
Once at St Peter (800 E. Grace St, Richmond, VA 23219) pilgrims will have the opportunity for Confession and then we will attend Mass at 12:05pm.
For more information, send us a message today, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It struck me Monday as our school gathered for our 2nd annual Feast Day Picnic: I am privileged to be a part of the CNA family and thankful to God for the role our community plays in the formation of our students.
Blessed John Henry Newman, whose feast we celebrated October 9th, believed that true learning takes place person to person, with hearts shaping hearts in community.
He believed it so deeply he put it in his crest, and we put it in ours: the Blessed Trinity in a personal relationship of mutual love is represented in the upper left quadrant.
CNA parent Tony Douglas with some future Riverhawks
At Cardinal Newman Academy, our board, faculty, parents, and students all play an integral role in our community of faith and learning. Through their attendance at school functions, weekly mass, or events serving the poor of Richmond, our school families and leaders provide faithful witness to our mission and enrich the formation of our students and the culture of our school.
John P. O’Herron