St. Rita School

1008 Maple Drive ~ Webster, NY 14580-1726
585-671-3132 (phone) ~ 585-671-4562 (fax)

St Rita Students Live Stream the Rosary

The Diocesan Catholic Schools have been taking turns saying the Rosary which are livestreamed on YouTube so all other schools could join in.  Today the Rosary was said right here at St. Rita School.  

To see the video click on the SRS shield.


Special School Events


Fri 9 - Used Uniform Sale
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM


Wed 4 - Teacher Meet and Greet
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thu 5 - First Day of School for K-5
8:00 AM - 8:15 AM
Mon 9 - First Day of School for PreK-4
8:45 AM -
Tue 10 - First Day of School for PreK-3
8:45 AM -
Fri 13 - Monthly School Liturgy
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM
Sat 28 - Marathon Day!
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Fri 4 - Monthly School Liturgy
9:15 AM - 10:00 AM

May 30, 2019

May is the month of our Mother Mary.

In her honor we will continue to have a shrine for her in our classroom. Please bring in flowers, prayer books, rosaries, medals, statues, and/or anything else that helps us pray to Mary.

Each morning, I select a crown that a child has made. The person who made that crown comes up to place the crown on Mary as we say our prayers together. 

Upcoming Tests: (See study guides, below.)

Science 5: Food Chains and Food Webs Test; 6/5

Math 5: Unit 6 Test; 6/11

Science 4: Adaptations Test; 6/10

Math 4: Unit 7 Test; 6/13


Science 5 Unit Test Study Guide:  Food Chains and Food Webs                   Test Date: 6/5

Use your “Food Chains and Food Webs” booklet and notes to help you prepare.


A producer makes its own food, but a consumer must get food from other living things.


You will be asked to draw a food chain with the following components:


****You must include examples of living things for each of the bulleted items above. For example:  You would label an “earthworm” also as “decomposer”.


See diagram of a food chain on page 12 of booklet.  In addition to the labels seen on this food chain, an example of an organism for each must be given.

Math 5: Unit 6 Test Study Guide                                                                    Test date:   June 11th


This last Math test of the year will be a multiple-choice test. You will still be required to show all work when instructed to do so.

You will be asked to do the following:


v  multiplication and division of whole numbers and fractions

v  multiplication and division of whole numbers

v  addition and subtraction of mixed numbers

v  multiplication of whole numbers and decimal numbers


Science 4; Adaptations Assessment:

Test date: June 10th

Use your Science a-z booklet, book quiz, notes, and handouts to help you prepare.

There will be multiple choice questions, matching, fill in the blanks, and sorting.


Given a list of adaptations, you will be asked to sort the physical adaptations from the behavioral adaptations: (see booklet and handout with red and blue squares)


For example:

“A giraffe’s long neck” would be a physical adaptation, and “building a nest” would be a behavioral adaptation.


External and Internal Animal Structures: (see note catchers)

Be able to match each body part with its function:

Fur-heavy fur protects from the cold environment

Teeth- sharp teeth tear flesh; dull teeth chew plants

Spine- protection from predators

Claws- sharp claws catch prey

Brain- processes information from the animal’s senses

Bones- support the body, help movement, and protect internal organs

Lungs- allow the animal to breathe

Muscle tissue- contracts and allows the animal to move



Vocabulary terms: (see Science a-z booklet)

You will be given the definition and will need to write the term that goes with it. No word box will be given.

Instinct- inherited behavior that leads an animal to act certain ways in certain situations

Extinct- no longer in existence  (Often because they cannot adapt to their changing environment.)

Reflex- an automated response

Inherited- passed on from parent to child

Habitat- the natural conditions and environment in which a plant or animal lives

Environment- all of the conditions affecting an organism in one are, including the plants, animals, water, soil, weather, landforms, and air



Charles Darwin:

He was a naturalist famous for the law of nature, Survival of the Fittest. This is a theory explaining that the organisms best suited to live in a particular environment are those most likely to survive.

Climate Change over 500,000 years:

Animals may do the following to survive:


Math 4 Unit 7 Test Study Guide

Test Date: 6/13

This last Math test of the year will be a multiple-choice test. You will still be required to show all work when instructed to do so.

You will be asked to do the following: