Mrs. Nikki Fiannaca
St. Joseph Regional School teachers welcome and encourage communication with families regarding all aspects of a student's development.
Faculty Fast Facts
Why Catholic Education Matters:
Catholic schools prepare our students in mind and spirit so that they can live lives of hope, joy, and peace. Being a Catholic has always been very important to me. I am proud to work at a school that holds such strong educational and spiritual values!
"Community is at the heart of all Catholic education, not simply as a concept to be taught, but as a reality to be lived . . . Your students will learn to understand and appreciate the value of community as they experience love, trust, and loyalty in your school and educational programs, and as they learn to trust all persons as brothers and sisters created by God and redeemed by Christ." Pope John Paul II
Subject Area/Grade and Related Education
Unified Childhood and Special Education
B.S Keuka College
M.S Walden University
First Grade News
Welcome to 1st grade! Each year I look forward to a year filled with fun and learning. I look forward to getting to know each of my students as the year goes on.
In 1st grade, we learn through Superkids and their adventures. We start the year reviewing letter recognition, letter sounds, and letter formation. Students have opportunities to learn both individually and as a whole group.
We jump into math reviewing number order, more than, less than, equal to, and using number bonds for addition. Students have short homework assignments. These assignments are placed in their homework folder and should be returned to school the following day.
In Science we discover the life stages of human beings, as well as identifying characteristics of each stage of life.
Our first STREAM (Science Technology Religion Engineering the Arts and Mathematics) unit is learning with LEGO's.
Our community service project will be raising money to buy toys for Golisano Children’s Hospital.
We have a very busy year! Please feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have.