Hi Parents, We finally had a full week of school! Some important things to know for this week: Monday is swimming so remember to have your child bring thier suit, and Friday is Grandparents’ Day and Shadow Stations. Shadow Stations is a beautiful way to experience Christ’s Passion. It is an amazing
Registration for the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program (WPCP) for the 2018-19 school year is open and goes through April 20, 2018. If families meet the eligibility requirements, they can send their children to Assumption B.V.M. School tuition-free. See the Registration Letter PDF below containing a
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 ~ 7:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Stay part day or all day. Have you ever considered enrolling your child/ren at Assumption B.V.M. School? A Shadow Day is a unique opportunity which allows your child/ren to see what our school is like while participating in daily routines & acti
Every year, the fifth grade students, with the guidance of Mr. Robaidek, build a cross. During Lent, the students take turns carrying the cross EVERYWHERE – to Phy Ed, Music, Lunch, etc., to give them a better understanding of Jesus’ extreme sacrifice for all of us.
Hi Parents. We had another wonderful albeit short week! In the Silver Knights this week we read some chapters from the book Judy Moody Saves the World. In it Judy gets a little overly zealous about recycling after learning from her teacher about all the products we use in our every day life that com
In the beginning of the year, 5th graders created a cross from a fallen tree. During the season of Lent that same cross is carried by those students throughout the school and church depending on where they are going. It is a reminder of what Jesus did for us and that he has given all of us a cross t
5th grade students traveled to NWTC to attend an annual science fair held by a group know as Mindtrekkers. Students were able to explore learning in hands on demonstrations conducted by college professors or students.
Hi Parents, In the Silver Knights we read a chapter from Ramona Quimby, Age 8. In it Ramona and her sister make dinner for their parents after complaining about the food that they had to eat the night before. We practiced identifying Ramona’s character traits and discussed why she acted the way that
The Kindergarten students are studying the stations of the cross in the classroom! Each student is making a book as they learn what happens to Jesus during each station. Every day the class reviews the stations from before in addition to a new station for the day. The students are excited to share t
Students and staff participated in a Prayer Service to prepare for Lent. Mrs. Wilinski talked about how we can be better followers of Jesus and make the world around us a better place. During Lent, we can do this through Praying, Fasting, and Almsgiving. Mrs. Franke, Mrs. Tetzlaff, and Ms. Stodola g
Hi Parents, We had another great week at school! In the Silver Knights we worked on contractions and even had contraction surgery. We also made homophone valentines where each student got a pair of homophones to draw a picture of and write about. We also started a new story on Thursday called Aero a
Second Graders have been practicing the ukulele in music class! They have been working on learning cords and playing along with well known songs! Thank you Mrs. Ludtke for helping these students learn to play such a fun instrument….I tried to play one the other day and let me tell you, the second
For the past month we have been learning about insects while having Bess Beetles and Roly Polys in our classrooms. We have learned about their body parts and life cycles. Today we applied our knowledge of insects, their body parts, and life cycles on the Smart Board. Our bugs are going to their new