About Mrs. Bobier

Jill Bobier teaches 1st grade at SEAS.  Mrs. Bobier is a graduate of Haworth High School.  She earned a BS degree in Elementary Education from the University of Oklahoma.  She joins SEAS with 10 years of teaching experience, most recently with the Putnam City School District.  Mrs. Bobier and her husband are members of St. John the Baptist. She is a member of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars and was voted Best New Teacher in 2005.  When she's not teaching, Mrs. Bobier enjoys shopping, reading, swimming, and spending time with her family.

Stations of the Cross




Our class is participating in Lent through offerings of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.  Students have a different task daily to keep them focused on drawing nearer to Jesus throughout the Lenten season. We are participating in Stations of the Cross on Fridays.  Also, we pray and meditate on the different stations during our religion time and throughout our day.



Mass Pictures








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Click here if you are interested in signing up for a day and time to volunteer for our classroom.  Please remember you must have had Safe Environment Training.

Good Luck Chums!



Our  5th grade chums will be administering their annual standardized tests  from Monday, September 26 – Thursday, September 29.  We wanted to do something special for them and let them know that we wished them lots of luck.  We made cards for them and gave them "Smarties".


Our class told them:  Good Luck "Smartie"  pants  You'll do great! 




Book Fair


Book Fair

April 24-28, 2017

7:30 am-4:00 pm

SEAS Library

Welcome Archbishop Coakley


We enjoyed having Archbishop Coakley at our school mass today and we are so excited that he took the time to visit our classroom!



Vocations Week


Thank you to Sister Barbara Joseph (Carmelite Sisters of St. Therese of the Infant Jesus) for being our guest speaker for the entire 1st grade.  We appreciate her coming and teaching us about vocations.

Columbus Boat Races

We have been studying about Christopher Columbus.  In science class we made boats out of egg cartons, clay, straws and various shapes that were used for the sail.

We were able to race the boats during our Science time.

We learned that:

  • If you have holes in your boat it will sink.
  • The heavy boats go slower and the light boats will go faster.
  • The boats with the circle sails go faster and the ones with the hexagon go slower.
  • Putting too much clay inside your boat will cause it to sink.
  • If you blow on your sail it catches the "wind" and makes it go faster.


St Anthony Video

Parent Involvement

Parent Involvement


We welcome and appreciate all parent involvement.  Participation in your child’s education will show your child that you value their work and help to ensure their academic success.  Some ways you can be involved are:

  • Attend school functions (Open House, Parent/Teacher Conferences, Special Events, etc.)
  • Volunteer in your child’s classroom or for school events
  • Join PTO
  • Work with your child on their homework
  • Read with your child every night
  • Maintain open communication with your child’s teacher



You are the #1 teacher in your child’s life and modeling the value of education is an important step in your child’s academic growth.

Homework Policy


Homework Policy


  • First graders will be responsible for homework assignments every week.  Homework will go home on Monday and all completed work is to be returned the following Friday morning.
  • Each night’s homework will consist of 10 minutes of reading and 10-15 minutes of other subject area work such as math, writing or spelling.
  • All first graders will be held accountable for weekly homework through self documentation and a parent’s signature.  Students will keep track of what they read each day through the use of a reading log.  Parents will sign acknowledging that their child read for the required minutes.
  • It is our goal to prepare children to be responsible adults.  Therefore, children must be responsible for turning in their completed homework every Friday morning.  Students that turn their homework in complete and on time will be rewarded by participating in “Free Choice Friday” for the last 30 minutes of the day.  Students who do not turn in their homework, or turn in incomplete homework, will finish their homework during “Free Choice Friday” time.
  • Incomplete class work may be sent home for homework at the discretion of the teacher.