Royals News

May 21, 2021

I want you to know that I spoke with Father Howard, and received information from the Washington Ozaukee County Health Department, and face coverings will continue to be used until the end of the school year - 9 days.


Teachers will provide students with more frequent breaks. I realize it is getting warmer and that we are in a building without air conditioning. Teachers are being advised to take students outside for learning (as they did at the beginning of the school year). Students that are spaced 3 ft. apart and engaged in silent work in their classrooms may take a mask break. When talking, working in a group, singing, moving around in class, etc., face coverings will be worn. Make sure to send you child with a fillable water bottle.


Returning to School in Fall

It is my intention (with Father Howard's blessing) to return to school for the 2021-2022 school year as it was before COVID. This is of course dependent on the status of the health of our students and the community. As a school we will:

  • Continue to use the cleaning protocols we have had in place this year.

  • Continue to promote handwashing with access to hand sanitizing stations.

  • Continue to recommend to keep students at home when they are not feeling well.

  • Virtual learning will not be available on a daily basis for students who are home for a day or two. Any virtual learning will be approved by Ms. Weise

  • Continue to review daily absences to determine if a pattern in illness is occurring. Also continue to consult with the Washington Ozaukee Health Department if there seems to be a spike in illnesses in the area.

  • Face coverings are anticipated to be optional for those who choose to use them, but not a requirement.


I told you all at the beginning of the school year that I was going to make it my goal that we would be in-person all year and we have made it this far. I have said it before, but I cannot say it enough, thank you for all you have done to help keep in-person learning a possibility for our students this year.

Water & Weed Sign-Up

As the school year is coming to an end, it is time to consider signing up to help keep our school beautiful during the summer months. Water & Weed will be returning for another summer. This is a great family-friendly activity and a great way for older kids to earn service hours. If you are interested in volunteering, please click the link below.


https://www.signupgenius.com/go/409044cabab2eabfe3-water

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This Week in Pictures

The Boys & Girls Club is holding a 5K Run/Walk For Kids


Open to runners and walkers at all levels, children and adults of all ages. Strollers are permitted on the run/walk course. Plus special children’s races for ages 9 and under offered! All proceeds support the Washington County Boys & Girls Clubs, with locations in Hartford, Jackson, Kewaskum and West Bend.


When: Sunday June 13, 2021 (Rain or Shine)

8:30am Registration

9:30am Kids Races - 1/2 mile: ages 7-9, 1/4 mile: ages 6 and under (with or without parents) 10:00am 5K Run / Walk Start

Race results at pttiming.com.


Where: Register and start at the Boys & Girls Club of Washington County West Bend location - 925 N. Silverbrook Drive, West Bend, WI.


Registration form below.

YMCA After School 2021-2022 Registration

Hi There!


We wanted to let you know that Before and After School Registration for the 2021-2022 school year is officially open!

Please go to www.kmymca.org/schoolage and select your location, and click on the brochure link to see more information and updates. On your location’s informational page, there is also the Online Registration button.

If you have any questions, please let us know!



Jason L. Heuer

Senior Director of School Age and Day Camp

KETTLE MORAINE YMCA

West Washington Branch

1111 W. Washington Street, West Bend WI 53095

Office: 262 247 1019 Cell: 262-343-6279

Fax: 262 334 5414

(E) jheuer@kmymca.org (W) www.kmymca.org​

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WB Library Summer Reading Program

Hello Families!


I am the Youth Services Librarian at the West Bend Library. I have a short 2.5-minute video for you to view to promote the Summer Reading at the library this summer!


National studies have found that children who participate in Summer Reading Programs and read a minimum of six books over the summer score higher in reading AND math when they return to school in the fall!


We are doing a cool YARD SIGN promotion this summer, and we can't wait for your child(ren) to participate in Summer Reading and earn a sign! Let's fill the West Bend community with LIBRARY CHAMPION yard signs!


Sincerely,

Terika Koch


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-2xDfJ0L3Q

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Student of the Week

The Virtue for the month of May is Patience: remaining calm and not becoming annoyed when dealing with problems or difficult people. This could also mean paying attention to something for a long time without becoming bored or losing interest. “Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love.” Ephesians 4:2


K3 – Erick Pufahl, Elizabeth Ramirez, Louie Rohlinger, Lincoln Reinheimer

K4 – Claire Liddicoat

K5 – Riley Deppert

1st – Charlotte Raudabaugh

2nd – Jaeden Kroening

3rd – Haddie Wilichowski

4th – All the pioneers

5th - Ryan Held

6th – Shaelyn Hagel

7th - Mikey Held

8th - Kaylee Spaar

PE - Georgia Haddorff

Music - Greta Friemel

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.