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3rd, 4th & 5th Grades

Our third, fourth, and fifth graders are considered intermediate students. Students are encouraged to demonstrate leadership by reaching out to others in their community. In order for them to be successful, we encourage them to be self-sufficient, reflective thinkers and doers in a spirit of prayer and faithfulness to the Gospel.

Our Approach

We expect the students to be able to read, to learn, and to understand. Focus on the following skills provide opportunities for growth: note taking, oral and written reports, research, Bible study, plays, skits, reader’s theater, and public speaking during liturgies and assemblies.


Studies in Religion, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Environmental Education, and Arts Education aid students as they build new knowledge, make decisions, and solve problems.  As a result, students are poised to become future leaders.  

Catholic Faith Formation

Students in the intermediate grades are encouraged to put their faith into action as they embark on several projects of service to others.  They begin to exhibit Servant Leadership, following the example of Christ. 

Special Projects & Activities

  • Outdoor educational, cultural activities and trips

  • Biography Day (3rd and 4th Grades) – research, portray, and present a famous/well-known historical or popular person to audience in the gymnasium

  • Hands-on Dictionary Learning – sponsored by Webster and Knights of Columbus

  • Botanical Gardens representatives present at CK

  • Student-created, directed and acted plays presented to entire school and community

  • October and May Rosary 

  • Soles 4 Souls drive

  • Thanksgiving baskets and other projects to serve Denver’s homeless

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