Saints School News

Weekly Office News – March 27, 2023

Saint Wenceslaus Catholic School Office Update

From the Office of the Principal:

Dear Parents, Grandparents, and Friends of SWS;

Next week is Holy Week. I am always touched with emotion during this time as we learn and listen to the Gospels that describe the journey of Christ from Palm Sunday through the Crucifixion leading to the Resurrection. The Stations of the Cross take us on that physical journey in today’s age.  I am especially touched seeing Jesus carry the heavy cross and relate it to the crosses that each of us carry in life. Great sadness fills me as I veiw the scourging and dehumanizing of Christ by the soldiers and wonder how often people of today dehumanize each other. I can barely imagine these scenes. 

The advantage we have as we look to this story is to know the ending ahead of time. We learn the meaning of this terrible journey when we see the glory of the Resurrection. We praise God for allowing our lives to relish in the Easter miracle that brings us hope on earth and life forever.

Have a blessed next few weeks,

Kim Doyle


Join us for the Living Stations on Thursday
It is always a very powerful display of the Crucifixion when our 8th graders capture the scenes of the Stations of the Cross.  All are welcome to join us on Thursday in the church at 1:00.

Coin collection for Lent
Students are bringing coins to school and putting them in our Plinko Board.  All of the coins will be donated to St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital after Easter. 

Students in grades 2-8 will participate in reconciliation on Thursday morning. They will have an opportunity to receive the sacrament by speaking to one of several priests who will join us.

Non-Catholic students can also meet with a priest for a few minutes to discuss their sins or troubles.  All they need to do is say, ” Father, I am not Catholic”  as they sit down with the priest.

Order a school yearbook before April 3 (due date)

Here is a link to order the yearbook. It features all students in preschool through grade 8.

This link has a link to the PDF instructions to place your order.  

Thank you so much!
The Starry Night was a huge success! Thank you to everyone for any and all areas that you helped with and for all that you may have donated. All of us working together has been a key to helping with our fundraisers this year.  These funds help meet our budget. 

We also asked our guests and bidders to support our fund-a-need. We are so thankful to use these funds to enhance our school in so many ways each year.

Starry Night Financial Success!
We are still tallying numbers but we are sure that our event was a huge financial success. We are very excited about being able to look at a new audio visual system for our gym with the funds collected in our Fund-a-need drive.

Spring break Clubhouse days.
Monday, April 3
Tuesday, April 4
Wednesday, April 5
Closed on Thursday, April 6 and Friday, April 7
Monday, April 10

Sign up link for these non-school days at Club House.

For the Love of Family

This week’s challenge:

Pray now, pray with the thought at the moment it enters your mind. Don’t wait. When you tell someone you will pray for them, do it right then. Show someone you care deeply by offering a prayer for them and do it with urgency to make sure your prayer happens.


Set up your TADS account for 2023-2024
You need to set up your payment plan for the following school year (2023-24).   See the email from TADS  instructing you to set this up. We give it to you early so you can spread payments out for a full 12 months.

Financial Assistance
If you have applied to TADS for Financial Assistance, please be patient. You will be notified in early May. If you still are going to apply, please do this by April 15.

Pot-o-Gold raffle for $20,000 prize.
Each family was given one $100 ticket
Drawing on June 9.
We have 650 to sell in total. We need people to try selling more to meet our goal.
Call or stop in at the school office.

Spring Concert and Living Rosary
Our spring concert will take place on Thursday, May 4.
Here is the schedule, in case you want to tell your family and make plans.

9:00 AM – Living Rosary in the church. (Students can sit with guests to pray)

9:30-10:00 AM – Guests go to the gym/Students go to their classrooms

10:00 AM –  Morning Concert – in gym

6:30 PM – Evening Concert – in gym


Calendar of Events:

Wed., March 29 – School Mass (Gr. 1 plans)
Thurs., March 30 – Gr. 2-8 Confessions
Thurs., March 30 _Living Stations 1:00 presented by the 8th graders
Fri., March 31 – Last day before spring break

Spring Break – April 3- April 10
Sun., April 2 – Palm Sunday
Thurs., April 6 – Holy Thursday
Fri., April 7 – Good Friday
Sat., April 8 – Holy Saturday
Sun., April 9 – Easter Sunday
Mon., April 10 – Easter Monday
Tues., April 11 – School resumes
Wed., April 12 – 8:00 Mass (Gr. 6 plans)
Wed., Arpil 19 – 8:00 Mass (Gr. K plans)
April 24- 28 – Teacher Appreciation Week
Wed., April 26 – 8:00 Mass (Gr. 3 plans)

Wed., May 3 – 8:00 Mass (Gr. 5 plans)
Thurs., May 4 Rosary/concert
     9:00 AM – Living Rosary
     10:00 AM and 6:30 PM – Spring Concert


Click here for the
2023-2024 School Calendar

Click here for the
2022-2023 School Calendar

Our Mission Statement

St. Wenceslaus Catholic School is a Christ-centered family community committed to the intellectual and spiritual formation of our students. We provide a high-quality academic program that builds leadership and self-confidence while nurturing a loving relationship with God & encouraging service to others.

Stay connected!
Share Share Share!
Following us on instagram:

School site ——

Coborns More Reward Points

1. Go to:
2. Create an account
3. Proceed to login
4. Go to: manage my membership
5. Choose school reward
6. Select: St. Wenceslaus Catholic School