Royals News

December 4, 2020

Advent is Upon Us

We will soon arrive at two of the most celebrated days in our annual calendar. The biggest and brightest of these is Christmas. And after that, New Year’s Eve. Who doesn’t enjoy parties, lights and decorations, and presents? And New Year’s Eve! Don’t we all long to turn the page on 2020 and start a NEW year right about now?

The commercial side of the holidays are a lot of fun. But let’s not miss the most special thing that we celebrate on December 25th. A great way to prioritize the most important thing about this season is to follow the tradition of generations of Christians before us and prepare our hearts to celebrate Jesus’ birth by observing Advent.


Advent. A time to reflect, to anticipate, to hope. A time to rejoice that we are alive in Christ and to remind ourselves that we are still waiting for our full redemption. A time to give thanks that Jesus has come, and to look forward to when He will come again. A time to remember that the best is yet to come.


We certainly hope the best is yet to come. For many, life feels like it couldn’t get much worse. It’s been a tough year. But we have persevered.

If you are weary and your hope is faltering enter Advent and anticipate. Draw near and listen for His footsteps. Sit quietly for a few moments and ask Jesus to speak to your heart. Allow Him to wrap you in warmth and rekindle your hope.

New CDC Guidelines for COVID

The CDC has come out with new guidelines regarding quarantine times. The Washington/Ozaukee Health Department has adopted these guidelines. Holy Angels will also adopt these guidelines. Please read through the attached press release from the Health Department.


Please reach out to me if you have any questions.


Report Cards

Report cards for the 1st trimester are being sent home with the students today. This is the first report card with the new Standards Based Grading grades. There is a key at the top of the report card for you to look at. If you have any questions, please make sure you reach out to your child's teacher for an explanation.


A message for Parents with students in Grades 1-5:


Holy Angels is different than most schools in the Arch in terms of Foreign Languages. The report card was not set up by the Arch to include our three foreign language options for grades 1-5. They are working on this and when it is corrected the teachers will send home your child's foreign language grade. All other grades will show up on their report card. We expect this to be resolved in the next week. Thank you for your patience.

Donuts with Dads

Kindergartners are inviting their dads to a special Donuts with Dads day on Wednesday, Dec. 16th from 8:00-9:30 am in Holy Angels Church. Please enter car port doors and bring a mask.

Thank You...Thank You...Thank You

The teachers and staff would like to thank PAC for recognizing them with the fun Advent raffle and gifts. They have brought much joy to the days.


The teachers and staff would also like to thank the families that brought lunch to us on Tuesday, November 24th. It was a great way to spend time together as we headed into the Thanksgiving break.


We could not be more grateful to all the families at Holy Angels for always supporting the teachers and students! You make this a great school!!!

Primary Grades Advent Project

The Primary grade teachers would like to thank all the primary students and families for all the donations to the Boys & Girls Club. We have a total of 110 toys!


Just a reminder that Monday is the last day to donate!

6th Grade Advent Project

The sixth-grade class is doing an Advent project in memory of Hunter Holbrook’s younger brother Mason. The sixth graders will be selling bracelets as a fund raiser for the Kay & Kevin Holbrook family. All of the materials have been donated and the bracelets will be made by the sixth graders and volunteers.


If you are interested in ordering a bracelet, use the form below.

2nd Grade First Reconciliation

Please keep the second grade students in your prayers as they celebrate their First Reconciliation tomorrow. What a special Sacrament! Mrs. Tranel told them they will feel like they are walking on sonshine after they receive absolution.

Spirit Days for December

Show your school spirit in December!

December 9 : Pajama Day (must be appropriate for school)


December 15: Wear your Holy Angels Class Colored Shirt


December 22: Ugly Sweater/Christmas Clothes

This Week in Pictures

Boys & Girls Club Basketball Leagues

A Message From Max Roy

Hello Washington County community!


I hope this finds you all well as we enter into this holiday season. Here at the Club, we wanted to reach out to let you know that we will be offering our youth basketball leagues from January – February.


We will be doing so in a safe and responsible manner, as we will have some new rules in place to conduct the league. These rules include elements such as mask wearing, limited attendance at games, and social distanced seating.


We will also be sanitizing and disinfecting the gymnasium between games and keeping the operation as smooth as possible to ensure the health of everyone attending our games.


You can find our registration forms online at www.wcbgc.org/sports-leagues.


We hope to see your child there for this great opportunity to learn the fundamentals of basketball and have fun while doing it!

If you should have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to my contact information below.


Thanks!


Maxwell Roy

Director of Operations

E: Maxr@wcbgc.org

O: 262.384.4841

Student of the Week

The Virtue for the month of December is Respect: recognizing the worth and dignity of every single human person. “So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets.” Matthew 7:12



K3 – Aiden Chesak

K4 – Claire Liddicoat

K5 – Parker Glisch

1st – Freddie Schofield

2nd – Jaeden Kroenig

3rd – Henry Hubbard

4th –

5th – Carsen Isselman

6th – Max Dahlberg

7th -Seth Hubbard

8th –Georgia Haddorff

Music –Olivia Worth

PE - Oliver Roell

HOLY ANGELS SCHOOL

Mission:

We belong to a Catholic community which gathers together to proclaim the Gospel, serve others, and praise God. With the help of parents, teachers, and others we are here to grow in faith, knowledge, values, and respect.