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New Members Inducted into NJHS

Congratulations to our newly inducted members of the St. Francis Xavier National Junior Honor Society! Our current members did a great job of helping to recognize the junior classmates for their achievements. We will certainly miss our graduating members as they have been great leaders for our school.
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May Crowning

Our second graders helped to lead us in a May Crowning following Mass today. It was a beautiful way to honor our Mother Mary. We are so grateful to all of our Parish Friends that were able to join us for the social afterwards as well!
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Overture Artist in Residency Program Wraps Up

Our artist in residency programs officially wrap up this week in 5K-6th grade. We couldn't be more pleased with the program and how the talented and passionate artists infused the arts into our classrooms, helping to inspire extraordinary experiences during social studies and language arts classes.
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Students Recognized for Poetry

Fourth graders Marissa Chamberlain and Aria Johnson were recognized by the Greater Dane County Advanced Learners Network as winners of their Haiku Project. Out of 3,000 Haiku poems only 40 were selected to be published. Although Aria was unable to attend, both students had their poems read at the celebration reception, which was held at Eagle school in Fitchburg.
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NCEA Conference a Success!

Our teachers, staff and administrators attended the National Catholic Educational
Association’s Annual Conference in Chicago at the end of April. The team spent three days participating in great classes that provided lots of new ideas and inspiration, they attended Mass with Cardinal Cupich and 8,000 other Catholic educators and of course, enjoyed some Chicago pizza!
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The Last Supper

Fr. Tom joined the third grade class this morning for their The Last Supper activity. The seventh grade class will reenact The Last Supper for the entire school to witness later this afternoon, before we break for Easter.
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