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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

Sharing time and talents

We share with you what some of our children and young people told us about how they are sharing their time and talent with God and with our own community. In their own words, our children remind us how simple, beautiful and meaningful living our faith can be. • “I prayed for my friends who were fighting” ------2nd Grade• “Singing solms (psalms) to God” ------ 2nd Grade• “Helped my little brother make an airplane” ------ 1st Grade• “I brushed the snow off of the car for my mom.” ------ 6th Grade• “I shoveled the driveway without being asked to.” ------ 5th Grade• “I prayed the rosary” ---- 2nd Grade• “I bought art supplies for the poor (giving tree items)” ------ 1st Grade• “God. I love you.” --------- K5 Student• “Playing with uthers. Learning at school.” -------- K5 Student• “I bought a soccer ball for Honduras” ------- K5 Student• “I will lisin to my teecher.” ------ K5 Student• “Prayed for my grandma.” ---- 2nd Grade

Dream In Color

Fourth Annual Parochial School Art FairMenomonee Falls Public Library April 9-30, 2008Reception: April 18, 2008, 6:00pm-8:00pm Participating Schools:·         Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran School·         Grace Evangelical Lutheran School ·         St. Anthony Parish School·         St. Mary Parish School

St. Mary's Alumnus - Company Man to FBI Spy

Author and St. Mary’s Parish School Alumnus John Schilling will be here Wednesday, May 21st to talk about his new book called: Undercover: How I Went from Company Man to FBI Spy - and Exposed the Worst Healthcare Fraud in US History.  Suspenseful and provocative, Undercover tells the story of Schilling’s journey from ordinary citizen to federal informant. The book recounts how he allied himself with the FBI and the Justice Department and journeyed into an undercover world in which he carried a wire and mapped out offices for secret government raids.  Schilling recalls his time at St. Mary’s Parish School fondly and even mentions the school in his book: “The school, run by the Franciscan sisters, was known for its rigorous curriculum and strict adherence to Catholic religious teachings. That upbringing at home and at school taught me to respect others, be honest, and strive to live with integrity.” Schilling will be at St. Mary’s Parish School for a day of events on May 21st, capped off with a special program including a book signing event and a sneak peek at the school’s new one-to-one learning initiative. Undercover is available at Barnes & Noble and

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