Students in Grades Six, Seven and Eight participate in Spanish class on a daily basis using the computer based program, Rosetta Stone. Teachers in grades Kindergarten through Five use a wide variety of methods that provide opportunities for beginning foreign language learners to develop a strong foundation.




Assemblies are held periodically throughout the school year which helps to enhance and supplement learning experiences. Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of venues that promote and build a strong community.




Lunch Program



A hot lunch program is available to those who wish to participate. This federally funded program is available for all students. Lunch is followed daily by recess in our schoolyard where the children engage in a variety of activities. 

Lunch Application - You may qualify for free meals.

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To view the MENUS for any month, go to the School Food website and click on programs, drop down click on lunch, scroll down to lunch menus, click and find K-8 lunch menu.




Music Appreciation introduces the students to a wide range of music. The program centers on Western music beginning with an overview of its development from liturgical music in the early Church through the classical period of the 18th and 19th centuries. The beginning of early “popular” music is traced through the late 20thn century and the beginning of the 21st century, using an associative method. Students are continually challenged to discover and discuss both similarities and differences between various recordings. 


Bishop Loughlin Memorial High School offers Music classes to interested students of grades 4-8.  The Music Program is in session every Monday from 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.


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