Mrs. Rahmlow & Mrs. Iannone

Welcome to Grade 6

Students in Grade 6 enjoy the complete use of the lower floor facilities for their class day: Digital classroom, Science Lab and Eagle's Nest plus individual lavatories for boys and girls.  Grade 6 also uses lockers for their book and belonging storage.  

Students have a full academic day of high school prep courses including the following subjects:  

SUBJECT FACULTY EMAIL
Math Mrs. Charbonneau  
Science Mrs. Rahmlow crahmlow@stjohnwtn.org
Literature/Reading Mr. Mormile cmormile@stjohnwtn.org
Social Studies Mrs. Iannone miannone@stjohnwtn.org
Art Mrs. Iannone miannone@stjohnwtn.org
Language Arts/Vocab.    
Spanish Mr. John Petto jpetto@stjohnwtn.org
Religion & Music Mr. Jason Alderuccio jalderuccio@stjohnwtn.org
Physical Education Mrs. Van Moffaert  

Students participate in the annual IOWA standardized testing.  For test results from the rchdiocese of Hartford please click on this link.

 
Our Curriculum Standards - All subjects are taught using curriculum standards developed by the Archdiocese of Hartford.  Our standards align with and exceed the Common Core used in Connecticut.  Visit the Office of Catholic Schools website to download and review a copy of our curriculum standards: http://catholicschoolsct.org/curriculum-standards
 
MEET MRS. IANNONE - Vice Principal

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EDUCATION

University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana - BFA

Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Industrial Design - GO IRISH!



University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT - MS, ELEM. ED.

Master of Science - Elementary Education 
 
 
 
Mrs. Iannone Trivia
I am married to Mark Iannone and God blessed us with 3 awesome kids (2 girls, 1 boy: includes 1 set of twins). My dog's name is Cami (she's a doberman) and over the years we have raised a variety of ducks, turkeys, goats, a pig and other dogs . Right now we are raising Gus and Jesse (Pekin Ducks) and a Rooster who has alot of attitude.
 
  • My favorite subjects are ART, HISTORY and GEOMETRY.
  • I LOVE TO READ everything and talk about stories.
  • I LOVE sports and still like to play a few.  
  • My favorite teams are the St. John Eagles, the Taft Rhinos, the Gunnery Highlanders, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Green Bay Packers (and all teams of my former and current students!)
  • My favorite color is red but I bleed blue and gold.
  • I am a New Jersey native, a former New York City resident & a Connecticut transplant so I cheer for both the Yankees and the Red Sox.
  • I wish I knew how to play the piano well.
  • I happily use technology in every class & every part of my life, every day.
  • If I won the lottery I would travel to every state in the US and to every country - at least once.
  • I have been lucky to travel to many great places - my favorites (so far) are Rome, Italy, Athens & Santorini in Greece, Chichen Itza & Tulum in Mexico, County Clare & County Kerry in Ireland, Bavaria in Germany, Cairo and the upper Nile River area, Egypt and the Hawaiian Islands, and the Grand Canyon (breath-taking).
  • The most wonderful feeling is that moment when you are struck by your inner creative genius - the AHA! moment.
  • I believe that every person has the ability to be creative.  For me creativity is a part of every learning opportunity - not just art class.
  • One of my favorite books is "The Art of Racing in the Rain" by Garth Stein.
  • This summer I read and recommend: Villa Trieste by Lucretia Grindle, Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly, Simple Genius by David Baldacci, Fish in a Tree by Linda Hunt, The Thing About Jellyfish by Ali Benjamin and The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill.  I love to receive book recommendations and swap books.
  • My students often hear me say:
  • "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." (credited to many different people)
  • "Gravity always wins." (it's a common sense issue when things fall to the floor repeatedly :)
  • "A drawer is a sliding box that can be filled and is part of a piece of furniture - you are an artist or an illustrator or a draftsman - you are not a drawer." (as in "I'm a good drawer!")
  • “If one man can destroy everything, why can't one girl change it?” (Malala)
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