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St. Francis Xavier is Grateful for YOU

This year, during National Volunteer Appreciation Week (April 7—14), we want to take time out to express our sincere gratitude for each and every school family. It is because of your support that our school continues to grow and thrive!
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Lenten Activities

Our school students participated in many special Lenten activities that reinforced the importance of preparing for Easter through prayer, fasting and alms giving.
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Havana Hop!

4K-3rd graders visited the Overture Center for the Arts on Tuesday, April 2 to see the performance Havana Hop. They were joined by their teaching artist, Edie Baran and experienced putting a story into motion through various forms of artistic expression. The show was very integrative and had the students singing (in English and Spanish), dancing and using sign language throughout!
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Overture Band Programs Advanced Band

7th grader Noah Kuhn was selected to participate in this year's Overture Band Program's Advanced Band. The advanced band traveled to area Catholic schools earlier this week and will perform their spring concert on March 19.
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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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