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Thanksgiving Meal

We are so excited to welcome you to school for our annual Thanksgiving Lunch tomorrow! Here are a couple reminders to ensure the best possible experience!
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Youth Group Corn Maze

32 students joined us for a youth group fun night on Friday, November 9! They started here at St. Francis Xavier with Eucharistic Adoration and then took a bus to Treinen's Farm for the corn maze and bonfire!
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Get Your Scrip Gift Cards!

Use Scrip Gift Cards for your Turkey Dinner and Black Friday shopping! Scrip gift cards are sold at face value (so it doesn't cost you a thing!). Send an order form to school and we'll send your cards home the same day! We will also have Scrip Cards for sale at the Thanksgiving Meal!
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St. Francis Alumni Making Waves

We've gotten several reports of 9th graders excelling during their first few months of high school and we couldn't be more proud. Several are getting noticed for their math and language arts skills, which opens doors for advanced course work. Others are being recognized for demonstrating kindness and respect. Class of 2018 grad, Logan Grabins was recently honored as Edgewood High School's Student of the month!
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Open House!

Please help us spread the word to your friends and neighbors!

We invite anyone who'd like to learn more about St. Francis Xavier to join us for an open house on Thursday, November 15!
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Advent Service Project: Ring Bells

St. Francis Xavier families will be ringing bells for the Salvation Army the week of December 3rd! Sign your family up to ring bells at Walgreen's in Cross Plains (inside location) and start the Advent season off right by putting your faith in action!
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Lady Orioles Wrap Up Great Season

Our girls volleyball teams wrapped up their seasons with league tournaments last weekend. The teams all represented our school well by working hard and demonstrating great sportsmanship! Thank you to the coaches and parents who made it all possible.
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