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Great Kids, Great Families

St. Mary Parish School opened its doors in 1916 and has been providing a great education for its students ever since. The parents of St. Mary's will be contributing to this blog which will update the community on Great Kids; Great Families. Visit our web site at www.faithwebsites.com/stmaryschool.

Dominican High School Academic Challenge

On Friday, February 8th, twelve 7th and 8th graders represented St. Mary Parish School in the Dominican High School Academic Challenge.  They used their talents as they answered content knowledge and application questions.  Prizes were awarded to both schools and individual students.

Congratulations to our own Joseph Fellows who took first place in the 8th grade Art category!!  He received a trophy and a $1,000.00 scholarship to Dominican High School. 

The Art students were Libby Phillips and Joseph Fellows.  English competitors were Michelle Pohl and Madelyn Murphy.  Jacob Newman and Alex Ash competed in Math.  Katey Burkhart and Jessica Wierzchowski competed in Religious studies.  Science students were Courtney Mehring and Taylor Seidl.  Kyra Porter and Joseph McAsey competed in Social Studies competition.

We’re proud of all of our students as they meet the challenges of academic competition and success.

Laura Ingalls Wilder Day in Third Grade

By: Mrs. Jean Sorenson3rd Grade Teacher

On Friday, February 8th, third graders in Mrs. Birschbach's and Mrs. Sorenson's classes celebrated the 17th annual "Laura Ingalls Wilder Day."

They enjoyed reenacting a pioneer school day, and participated in many historical and fun learning activities, such as writing math facts on slates, mapping Laura's travels, butter churning, maple candy making, and a pioneer picnic.

January Food Collection

By: Mrs. Kristin Walker6th Grade Teacher  As part of their service project this year, the 6th graders are asking that everyone in our school help them in collecting food to fill the shelves at the Menomonee Falls Food Pantry. During the month of January, the 3rd and 6th grade students were asked bring in non-perishable items.

Their joint efforts brought in a total of 198 items, weighing 150 pounds. That brings the combined total for the year to 566 items, weighing 379 pounds.

The sixth graders would like to thank their 3
rd grade buddies for their generosity and effort.

Big Cash Raffle

GRAND PRIZE   $10,000.00!!                                                                                              
Second Prize         $5,000.00                                                                                                                                         
Third Prize            $1,000.00Fourth Prize          $ 500.00Fifth Prize             $250.00Sixth-Fifteenth      $100.00 each 

15 WINNERS IN ALL!

  What makes the BIG CASH RAFFLE so special? Only 2,000 tickets will be sold.   If you purchase 3 tickets your chance of winning a prize is 1 and 45.  Those are some great odds!!  The price for a ticket is 1 for $50.00 or 3 for $100.00. If you are interested in buying tickets, please call the school office at 262-251-1050.   Proceeds from the BIG CASH RAFFLE support our parish school.  A strong school means a strong community!   Thank you so much for your support! This year’s drawing will be held on May17th at the parish auction; you need not be present to win. GOOD LUCK!

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