ROYAL REVIEW (1.27.2021)

To be Christ-centered in our words, thoughts and actions.


Dear Parishioners and Parents,

We are blessed to learn, pray and grow in a special environment. This would not be possible without the generous support of people like you, the families of Queen of Angels Parish and School. When you support our school, you invest in the future of all of us and the Catholic Church.

As we celebrate National Catholic Schools Week, this next week, we want to thank you for all you do to help our school. We are grateful for your prayers and contributions, and we appreciate the time and talent you so generously share through your volunteering and donations.

The National Catholic Schools Week theme is “Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service”. We consider Queen of Angels Church and School an important part of our community, and we hope you will join us, in prayer and support, as we celebrate our Catholic education this week.


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Events extending All Week:

  • “Change the Life of a Child” Penny War (for Mustard Seed Furniture Bank): Bring your bags of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and even bills and try to collect more money than the other classes.

  • St. Gabriel’s Guessing Game (Jars filled with candy/crackers representing Saints): Can you guess the number of items in each jar? The closest guess wins the contents of the jar.

  • During lunch, students will tell aides what they love about their teacher and decorate their rooms. Mr. Wiegmann will read at a special time each day during the week.

  • Watch a Video (Virtual Tour) of our School and see what the classrooms and decorated hallways look like. Find the link to this tour on our website and Facebook page by the beginning of Catholic Schools Week.

SUNDAY: “Celebrating Our Parish”

Attend Mass in Thanksgiving for our School and Parish. Read our “Thank you” letter to the Parishioners in the bulletin. Father Zak will talk to the parishioners at the beginning of Mass about our school and Catholic Schools Week. Student Hospitality Ministers will greet you as you come in.

“Celebrating Our Community”

Wear Blue Day for our Mother Mary. Students will write notes of encouragement to Nursing Home residents and St. Vincent DePaul Pantry recipients.

TUESDAY: “Celebrating Our Students”

Crazy Hat & Silly Socks Dress down day. Students will watch Stevens Puppets, a Virtual/Interactive Performance, at 10 a.m. They will receive snacks in the afternoon and decorate their classrooms during their lunch with hearts that will say what they "Love" about their teacher & school.

WEDNESDAY: “Celebrating Our Nation”

Red-White-Blue Dress down day. We will have a Morning flag raising by our Cub Scouts. Students will be challenged to think of one way they can be a peacemaker. Everyone will get to enjoy a movie and popcorn in the afternoon. They can bring a pillow/blankets for movie time if approved by their teachers.

THURSDAY: “Celebrating Our Vocations and Careers”

Spirit Shirt & Jeans Day. We will all pray a “Vocations Prayer” during our a.m./p.m announcements. Students will write Thank you cards to their parents for choosing QofA and for helping us through our Catholic journey. They will also watch a video with a collection of Interviews with some of our parishioners, school parents, and community members, explaining their Vocations/Careers and how their Faith has impacted the decisions they make.

FRIDAY: “Celebrating Our Faculty, Staff, and Volunteers"

Dress Up for Jesus. All Students are to Dress up today. HASA will bring around a Traveling Breakfast/treat cart for Teachers. HASA will also provide a Luncheon for all Teachers & Staff. In the afternoon Middle Schoolers will play Bible Trivia and Elementary students will do faith-based Puzzles and a Scavenger Hunt.

SATURDAY: "Celebrating Our Families"

Daddy/Daughter Date Night. (Sponsored by HASA) Since we cannot have our traditional Father/Daughter Dance night, we are encouraging Dads/Granddads/Father-Figures to spend a special evening with their daughters in the upcoming week. Get carry-out, dance to Dad's old records, or play a fun game; and then take a couple pictures to send into school (hard copy or digital) so we can display them on the 5th Grade bulletin board. (send digital copies to

Yearbook Order Forms

The DEADLINE for Yearbook order forms has been extended to Wednesday, February 17. If you need another order envelope, please stop by the office.


Pass this on to Family and Friends:

"If you have a child who is Preschool-age thru 8th grade, or know of someone who does, please contact Queen of Angels School at 260-483-8214 for registration information for the 2021-2022 school year. This information should be ready and posted on our website by the end of February."


Guiding students, as children of Mary, to be disciples of Christ through Faith, Knowledge and Service.