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Weekly Office News – March 21, 2022
Saint Wenceslaus Catholic School Office Update
From the Office of Principal:
Dear Parents, Grandparents, and Friends of SWS;
St. Wenceslaus Catholic School has a rich and long-standing history of excellence within our community. Our past has set the tone for our future when we look to the success of our graduates many years beyond these formational blocks of life. Many families have been able to participate in this beautiful school community where each shares a joint mission for their children. That mission, first and foremost, is to bring everyone closer to God. We do this in our school by teaching that God loves us. We teach the two greatest commandments, love God with all your heart and soul, and love your neighbors equally. To that end, we develop capable and confident students who also become compassionate to the needs of others both near and far. Our excellence in academics flows with happy students who love to learn.
In this week where we pull the greater community together for the sake of the school at our Starry Night, we know that the impact we can make in these formational years speaks loudly. We are so thankful for your support in all ways. Your prayers, your participation, your generosity keeps our mission alive and growing in hope for each child’s future.
Kim Doyle, Principal
“Be Still and Know that I am God” – Psalm 46:10
Starry Night Bidding Opens
Preview link is now open
Online bidding will open on Thursday, March 24 at Noon!
Bidding closes on Saturday, March 26
Side one items at 7:50 and side two items at 7:55
Those not in attendance can still bid online for most items.
Live auction items and group events are limited to in-person guests. This event is NOT live streamed.
Starry Night Volunteers
Lots of help is needed this week as we make the final preparations for the night. Come join us if you have an hour or two free.
Here is the volunteer link to see when we are working. You can sign up or simply drop in – We will take everyone who is willing to help until we get everything ready.
Fund-A-Need – Request for Donations
Goal 1 = $35,000
For the purchase of new Interactive Whiteboards called the Clevertouch.This amount will achieve 7-8 new boards to replace worn-out Smartboards.
The Clevetouch boards have become a necessity for our school in the present technology-based world. We have moved entirely away from the old blackboards, covered by whiteboard material years ago. Over the past ten years, we have been using Smartboards that allow teachers to link in their computers to provide lessons, but these are slowly wearing out and need replacement. The Clevertouch boards allow teachers to connect to the Internet and their files stored on their computers, in a Google Drive or “the cloud ”. It is nearly impossible to offer our current curriculum without this classroom tool.
Goal 2 = $15,000
To replace the 30-60-year-old window shades throughout the school. This amount will supply or replace 108 window shades in our school building.
It is time for the replacement of window shades. Many of our school building shades are so old that they are cracking and tearing. Many cannot roll up if they come down. Some are crinkled and roll up partially but cannot be used. This creates a problem for teachers when using multimedia on their interactive whiteboards, using computers when it is bright and sunny, and not adjusting the lighting for the comfort of teaching and learning. It also makes our clean, well-kept old school look very shabby and outdated to the eye.
Our staff, students, and others will be appreciative of all donations and gifts for these causes.
$22 per book. All orders are due by April 6 dealine.
This booK is 44 pages for students in preschool through 8th grade. It is a nice keepsake.
Click here to get to the ordering Instructions.
Lenten Activities at School
All School Project Mercy Cross:
Educate students about the corporal works of mercy.
Kids fill out a flower whenever they do an act of mercy and place it on the school cross in the nook by the school office
Weekly Prayer Activities:
All school Rosary in the Church: March 22nd @ 12:30
Reconciliation March 31, 9:00 – 11:00
Living Stations – Thursday, April 7th @ 1:00
Service/Charity: Baby Bottles for the Woman Alpa Center. Turn your in when you have filled it with coins or made a donation, if you choose.
Club House Schedule for kids in K-5
Click Here to sign up
Monday, April 11 – open 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Tuesday, April 12 – open 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Wednesday, April 13 – open 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Thursday – April 14 – closed (Holy Thursday)
Friday – April 15 – closed (Good Friday)
Monday, April 18 – – open 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM
Pot-O-Gold – Cash prize of $20,000.00
We have only 650 tickets ($100 each).
Great odds of winning!
Do you know anyone who mght like this chance?
If each family would sell two/three tickets, then we would have them sold.
Job Opening at SWS for Fall 2022
We are seeking a new Food Services Manager/Head Cook for fall 2022. This is a full time position.
Please contact email@example.com
Job Opening at SWS for Summer 2022
Summer Helpers and aides.
Must be 16 years of age or older.
Teacher or college education students wanted for 12 weeks of summer preschool. Part-time or full-time.
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Tues., March 22 – All School Rosary – 12:30 in Church
Wed., March 23 – 8:00 Mass (Gr. 8 plans)
Thurs., March 24 -School Advisory Meeting 6:30
Sat., March 26 – Starry Night 2022 – 5:00PM
Wed., March 30 – 8:00 Mass (Kinder, Schneider plans)
Thurs., March 31 – Reconciliation 9:00-11:00
Tues., April 5 – School Parents Assoc. – 6:00 PM
Wed., April 6 8:00 Mass (Gr. 3 plans)
Thurs., April 7 – Late Start
Living Stations 1:00PM
Mon., April 11- Mon., April 18 – Spring break
Tues., April 19 – School resumes
Click here for the
2021-2022 School Calendar
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