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Essay Contest Winners

The 2020 Knights of Columbus Fr. Inama Cross Plains Council #3924 Culture of Life Essay Contests winners are Josh Tubbs (7th) and  Marek Lamberty-Conohan (8th). 

The theme this year was "The Affects of Bullying and Social Marginalization".  Their essays have been sent on for Diocesan Contest consideration.  Congratulation Josh & Marek!

Robotics Challenge

Mr. Thuesen’s 6th grade robotics elective class working on the final challenge of their semester-long class. In their final project, students are working in teams to program their robot to shoot balls as they successfully maneuver through various obstacles and a wooden maze!

Ski Club

5th-8th Graders (and their siblings) are invited to participate in Ski Club!

Drive Thru Santa Visit This Saturday 9am

Rev up your holiday spirit, turn on your Christmas lights, and come out to the curb to welcome Santa as he tours the Village of Cross Plains--courtesy of the Cross Plains Berry Fire Department and
Chief of Police Tony Ruesga. If you live outside the village you are most welcome to watch from the St. Francis Xavier campus.

Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary on December 8th is a Holy Day of Obligation and will be a no school day for St. Francis Xavier Students. Click here for some ideas on how to honor our Mother Mary on this important Feast Day.

A Time to be Grateful

The Friday before Thanksgiving will be especially hard for us this year, as it is traditionally the day we host the Thanksgiving Meal for all school families. As one of our favorite school community traditions, we are saddened by this. But if 2020 has taught us anything, it is that we need to rely on our faith and be grateful for the many gifts we have. We hope you reflect on your blessings this Thanksgiving and know how grateful we are for each of you.
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