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Lenten Adoration

This Lenten season, please come and spend an hour with Jesus.  Regardless of where you are in your spiritual journey, Jesus longs for us to talk with him and to
worship him.
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Oratorical Contest Winner

Congratulations to 8th grader, Jonah Johnson for taking second place in the local, Cross Plains Optimist Oratorical Competition! Jonah prepared and delivered a great speech on this year’s topic: “Is There a Fine Line Between Optimism and Reality.”

We wish Jonah luck as he advances to the next level of competition on April 7.
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Geometry with Robots

The fourth grade class is using the robots to demonstrate their knowledge of geometric shapes and angles they learned in math. They were given a variety of challenges to find the correct angle degrees and side lengths to create different polygons.
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Lent Begins

Our kindergarten class lead the school in a short service yesterday to “bury the alleluia” in preparation for today’s Ash Wednesday Mass and the beginning of Lent!
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Read Across America Week

From silly socks to tasty treats, being kind to reading everything we can find . . .our students have had a blast celebrating Dr. Seuss and their love of reading! Tomorrow we'll kick off our day with a Drop Everything and READ assembly, then we'll pick out new books and honor Dr. Seuss with a birthday treat for all!
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Way to Go, Eric!

Eric Thuesen (grade 5) represented our school well, finishing 13th place at the regional spelling bee In February. Eric competed against
students in 3rd through 8th grade from various schools throughout southern Wisconsin.
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Good Luck Lady Orioles!

Our 4th/5th grade girls basketball finished their regular season with an 8 and 3 record, tying for third place overall. They will compete in the season ending league tournament this weekend!
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Celebrating the 100th Day of School!

Our 5K and 1st grade classes celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing up as 100-year-olds, enjoying 100 piece snacks, making crowns with 100 things on them, writing about what they'd do with 100 things, counting to 100 and more!
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