St. Louis Catholic School News
February 6, 2019
Yesterday we had our school photographers taking group and candid photos for the yearbook. I walked into the old gym to see how it was going, and I could tell they had been shooting pictures for a while.
After a few minutes I approached one of the photographers to ask if our students were behaving. But before I said a word, the lady said, "Your kids are soooo good. They are well-mannered and behaved." I responded that I was just about to ask about the students' behavior. She went on to say, "Oh, they have been great. Yesterday we were at a school and the kids were so bad, we couldn't even finish. We just packed up our stuff and left."
I equate this to watching our own children grow. Parents who are with their children every day may be less likely to notice a change in height or weight, than someone who only sees the kids occasionally. All of us here at SLS are with our students every day. And we really do know how good our students are. As a matter of fact, it is a routine discussion. But it's always nice to get a reminder from someone who visits other schools daily.
Mr. Chad Moeller
Calendar of Events
- February 6th - Athletic Board Meeting, 7:00 pm in Parish Office
- February 7th - 5th/6th Girls Bball vs Greendale Middle School, 6:00
- February 7th - 7th/8th Girls Bball @ North Decatur HS, 6:00
- February 8th - Mid Term
- February 8th - All School Mass, 2nd grade
- February 9th - Confirmation Retreat
- February 9th - Robotics Competition at South Ripley, all day
- February 11th - 7th/8th Girls Bball @ Franklin County, 5:30
- February 11th - 5th/6th Girls Bball vs Laurel, 6:00 pm
- February 12th - 7th/8th Girls Bball vs Milan Middle School, 6:00 pm
- February 13th - All School Mass, 1st grade
- February 13th - 7th/8th Girls Bball @ St. Michael, Brookville, 6:00 pm
- February 14th - 5th/6th Girls Bball vs St. Michael, 6:00 pm
- February 15th - K-3 Valentines Day Party
- February 16th - Archery Competition in Indy, 9:00 am
- February 19th - Robotics Competition @ Aurora Elementary, 5:30 pm
- February 20th - All School Mass, 8th Grade
- February 23rd - Confirmation at 11:00 a.m.
St. Louis Preschool
Chicken Dinner Thank You!
Thanks to all who came out to the chicken dinner! We had a GREAT turnout. The Batesville Knights of Columbus and Brenda Meyer did a wonderful job hosting the event and preparing the tasty food.
Thank you to the St. Louis parents/teachers who donated their time to work the event and to those who baked desserts. Thank you to our St. Louis family and friends who supported this event and PTO. You are the best!
Soup forms and money have been collected. We look for the soup to arrive and be ready for delivery within two weeks.
Valentine’s Day Party
The Kindergarten - 3rd grade Valentine’s Bingo Party is Friday, February 15. Parent volunteers are needed from 1 pm- 3 pm. If you can help, please email Beth Beiser at email@example.com or Kelsey Weber at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
6th grade was the weekly winner for the BoxTops Contest! Keep up the great work! Keep sending in your BoxTops and dimes!
2018-2019 Yearbook Orders
The price will remain at $17.00 per book this year. Orders turned in after the deadline will be subject to availability. Thank you!
7th graders study Greek Gods
SLS Enrichment sign-up
SLS Enrichment classes will be held Feb. 18 -- March 1 from after school until 4 p.m. Participants must be picked up at 4 p.m. from the doors near the art room.
Complete one form for each child. Please register each student for ONE class and complete the permission form by February 8. Classes will be opened for multiple registrations (students who want to take more than one class) on February 7. Each class is $5. Make checks payable to SLS PTO and send to school Attn: Jenny Schebler by Feb. 11. Please e-mail Jenny Schebler at email@example.com or text Carla Austin at 812-212-3018 with questions. Sign up via the link below.
Please note - Classes (cooking and make-up) may expose participants to allergens. It is the responsibility of the caregiver to minimize allergen exposure. Our presenters are volunteers - please respect and appreciate them!
Host family and support team needed!
Everyone's Child International is partnering with the Haiti Ministry of St. Anthony and St. Louis to bring life-changing medical care to a young man from Haiti. It takes a village to help a youth so far from home, so we're reaching out to folks who may be interested in lending a hand.
All are welcome to join Everyone’s Child International for an informational meeting to learn about David Laguerre, a 19 year old young man from Haiti, who will be coming to the US to receive life-changing medical care at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. David will be coming to the area in early April and will be here for 3-4 months. He will be treated by the Colorectal Center with a possible reconstructive surgery. Everyone’s Child International is looking for a host family as well as volunteers to help with transportation to appointments, respite care,
clothing, and other support.
Anyone interested in helping or hosting please come to an informational meeting on Monday, Feb 4th from 6:30-7pm in the lower hall at St. Anthony’s Church in Morris.
Royal Ball and Pirate Cove
Tickets can be purchased through any Triforce Mission Team member. Tickets are also available at Joan's T-Shirt Printing in Batesville, FCN Bank in Batesville and Sunman, Civista Bank in Osgood and Milan, and St. Mary's Parish Office in Greensburg. To purchase tickets online, or for more information go to TriForceMissionTeam.org/RoyalBall. All proceeds help fund the TriForce Mission Team's summer trip to Topeka, KS to assist in housing repair projects for needy families. More information contact Carrie at 812-933-1519.
St. Louis Parish Youth Coordinator
(812) 934-3204 ex223
or (812) 212-9477
Science Fair Winners
Science Fair Winners
St. Louis 8th graders participated in the science fair process as part of the curriculum. Students chose their topic to research and then conducted experiments. The variety of experiments were extremely impressive! Students now have the opportunity to compete at the State competition in Indianapolis.
John Meer - Spud Race
Jaden Peters - What liquid makes nails rust faster
Conner Ertel - Reduce Reuse Recycle
Aiden Geers - Liquids plants love best
Wacky Machine.... winners!
2nd place went to the only 7th grade team (Megan Batta, Madison Wanstrath, Thomas Lohmueller, Hannah Wells, Marco Canessa, Claire Saner)
3rd place went to one of the 8th grade teams (Megan Raab, Jalyn Stenger, Alec Bunselmeier, Aiden Geers, Matthew Miller, Luke Meer, and Betsy Reidy.
Uniform Exchange Dates
If you have any questions, or need additional information, you may email Amy Tonges at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she will be happy to help you. Thank you!
~~Volunteer Schedule below~~
Super Sunday Bingo is March 10. Please return your Volunteer form ASAP if you have not yet done so.
Jr. High Track and Golf sign-ups now in progress
7th grade award winners
Conner Miles MVP
Carson Meyer Most Improved
Hank Ritter Cardinal Award
SLS vs BMS 7/8 girls basketball
Monday night was the cross town shoot out for the 7/8th grade St. Louis Lady Cardinals and the Batesville Middle School Bulldogs. We each pulled away a win in the end.
The 7th grade Lady Cardinals shut down the Dogs with a final score of 30-2. Scoring for SLS were Catherine Streator with 17pts, Izzabelle Wonnell with 7pts, and Claire Saner with 6pts. We were able to out rebound the dogs and score most shots from the paint. It was a great showing for the 7th grade Lady Cards making them 6-0 now on the season.
The 8th grade team may not have pulled the win off, but did have a VERY exciting moment during the game. Anna Wanstrath scored her record high of 2pts for her SLS career. The place exploded for her! The final score for The Lady Cards was 16-44. Scoring for SLS were Claire Saner with 6pts, Megan Bauer with 4pts, and Anna Wanstrath, Izza Wonnell, and Sadie Wachsmann all getting us 2pts each. Way to play hard ladies.
St. Louis Lady Cards vs EC
Last Thursday the St. Louis 7/8th Lady Cardinals hosted the East Central Lady Trojans. We took 1 win away from the night but 2 amazing games.
The 7th grade Lady Cards finished the night with a score of 42-10. Scoring for St. Louis were Catherine Streator with 20pts, Claire Saner 9pts, Lea Cossentino with 4pts, Rhea Miller with 3pts, and Izza Wonnell, Lilly Schebler, and Kate Weber all scoring 2pts each. Sadie Wachsmann and Madison Wanstrath were a very important part of our defense pulling down rebounds and assisting teammates in scoring. Ava Owens did a great job defensively, stealing the ball from the other team. These ladies are now 5-0 on the season.
The 8th grade game was such a good game to watch. Although we lost by 1 it was a great game. The final score was 30-31. Scoring for SLS were Megan Bauer with 14pts, Kate Weber with 6pts, and both scoring 4pts each were Rhea Miller and Catherine Streator. Rebounding on both ends were Clarie Saner and Catherine Streato, and Kate Weber assisted by stealing the ball all night long for the Cards. Nice job ladies.
Miss Erin Trenkamp, Coach
5th Grade St. Louis Girls Basketball
Coach Anne Suttmann
Tuesday Results for St. Louis 5th Grade Girls Basketball
Coach Anne Suttmann
6 grade Lady Cardinals basketball
Coach Dan Abplanalp
6 grade Lady Cardinals
Coach Dan Abplanalp
Cherry Thing-A-Ling Brochure
Below is the Cherry Thing-A-Thing brochure with details about the upcoming festival and ice skating rink. We're hoping many of the St. Louis kids can take advantage of this fun event.
Also, we are still in need of volunteers. Please use the below link if you would like to sign up!
This will take you to the Registration page of St. Louis website.
This will take you to the Admissions page of St.Louis website.
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