The Saints' Sentinel; vol. 23
From the desk of Nicolle Schroeder
How are we learning about MLK?
There are just some of the activities planned to celebrate Dr. King's birthday:
K3- We are going to talk about him when I introduce our new letter, B. He was BRAVE.
1st grade- We will read books, sing songs, and the students will read and color their own book about him.
2nd grade- We watch his "I Have a Dream" speech. The kids are always excited to see him and hear his voice!
3rd grade- We will respond to the following writing prompt: Martin Luther King Jr. wanted the world a better place for everyone. What are 5 things you can do TODAY to make the world a better place for all races and ethnicities?
4th grade- By traveling to different stations in our classroom, we will be taking a Dr. MLK virtual field trip.
5th grade- Students will talk about dreams they have and why they are their dreams. They will write MLK's dream next to their own dream. Afterwards, students find words to describe the word dream and use the letters of DREAM to write attributes.
8th grade- We will be watching the I Had a Dream speech, talking about the importance of the Civil Rights Act, and looking at primary sources.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Prayer Service
Time: 1:30 PM
A prayer service in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will be held on Saturday, January 14, 2023 at All Saints Catholic Church, 4051 N. 25th St., Milwaukee. This year’s prayer service theme is based on his 1963 communication, “Letter from the Birmingham Jail.” Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki will give the prayer and blessing, followed by a keynote address by the Honorable Kori Ashley, County Circuit Judge. Music will be performed by the All Saints and Community Gospel Choir.
1:30 p.m. – Musical Prelude
2 p.m. – Prayer Service
This prayer service is sponsored by the Black Catholic Ministry Commission of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, the Black and Indian Mission Grant, Sacred Heart Seminary and School of Theology, and All Saints Catholic Church. It is organized by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Planning Committee.
Location:All Saints Catholic Church
4051 N. 25th St.
You are welcome to our school masses~
We'd love to see more parents join us. You are welcome.
Saturday, January 14th Basketball games
Boys’ 8th grade- 10:15 @ St. Boniface
Boys’ 7th grade- 10:15 @ St. Mary's M.F.
Boys’ 6th gr; white- 9:15 @ St. Mary's M.F.
Boys’ 6th gr; gold- 10:15 @ Messmer
Girls' 6th gr; blue- 9:15 @ St. Mary Visitation
Boys’ 5th gr; blue- 11:15 @ St. Jude
Boys’ 5th gr; gold- 9:15 @ Brookfield Academy N.
Girls' 5th grade- 8:15 @ Brookfield Academy N.
Eat BBQ while supporting WCS~
Saz’s is supporting Wauwatosa Catholic School’s Home and School!
Enjoy a meal this Sunday, January 15th, 2023 from 11am to 8pm and WCS HSA will receive 15% back.
Location: 5539 W State Street Milwaukee, WI
Make sure to mention or note your group name when making an order for sales to be counted.
Auction (April 29th, 2023) news~
In need of Kids' Raffle Donations
Specifically games, books, legos, and sports equipment...
Please contact Ms. Kathy in the school office or Tara Vosniak- firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help.
The Lucky Draw~
The ticket cost $50 and only 300 tickets will be sold. Tickets can be purchased from Ms. Kathy in the school office. The drawing will take place on Feb. 22, 2023 @ 2:45 pm at WCS.
Buy your tickets from Mrs. Vosniak at SKATE NIGHT!
K4 learns which foods are good for our bones
Freshly designed prayer table in the 4th grade classroom
Father Phillip blesses our classrooms for the new year
St. Pius Parish 1/13/23 newsletter
St. Bernard Parish newsletter 1/13/23
Opportunity for Families~
Join us for a Lourdes Prayer Experience!
Date: Sunday, February 5th
Time: 4:00 - 5:30 pm
Location: St. Bernard Church
In 1858, Mary appeared 18 times to a young girl in Lourdes, France. The grotto and spring where she appeared became a place of prayer, healing and
miracles. Today, over 6 million people visit Lourdes annually and continue to experience God’s goodness and Mary’s motherly intercession. But, since we can’t bring you to Lourdes, we’re bringing Lourdes to you!
- Learn about St. Bernadette
- Hear stories of documented miracles & healings
- Touch the rock from the grotto
- Receive your own Holy Water from the spring
- Eucharistic Adoration
- Candlelight Rosary
This interactive prayer experience is open to all ages and is great for families! For more information, contact Sarah Daszczuk at (414) 258-2604.
WisDOT Aviation Art Contest - Call for Artwork!
Hope your new year is off to a good start! As we kick off 2023, we at WisDOT would like to invite students and others in your networks to participate in this year's aviation art contest. Again this year, we have awards for the top three entries in each age group (a $100 gift card or discovery flight for 1st place, $75 gift card for 2nd place, and $50 gift card for 3rd place). Winners of the state contest will be forwarded to the national contest and will have their work exhibited at the Wisconsin State Capitol.
Could you please share this information with educators, students, and families who may be interested? The deadline to send artwork is Fri. January 20th.
- Please visit the WisDOT Aviation Art Contest website (includes detailed information and the contest brochure)
- Students ages 6-17 are invited to create artwork connected to this year's theme: "Air Sports and the Environment"
- Schools/students should send entries to the WisDOT Bureau of Aeronautics by Friday, January 20, 2023.
We can't wait to see what your students create! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.
Thanks for supporting our school!
Keep spreading the word about our Open House! We want to see you and many guests on the 29th.
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