October 16, 2020

Protocols for Going Virtual

As we complete our 7th week of school, I want to once again thank you all for helping us keep the doors open for in-person classes each day. Your commitment to having your child attend classes virtually when he/she is unable to be at school helps keep the learning flowing.

There are a few things that I must address when it comes to virtual learning. The virtual learning platform is for students that are unable to attend due to an illness, quarantine, or waiting for results of a test - due to a potential exposure. At this time, it is not meant for students who would like to stay home for the day or are out of town. The teachers put a great deal of effort into making sure the lessons and materials are available for the students.

We are coming into a time where there seems to be more students home due to colds. That is bound to happen. If your child is going to be out for the day (or an extended period of time) you need to inform Mrs. Rychtik. She is the contact person for attendance. Please also let her know if your child will be attending school virtually during the time out of school so she can communicate that to the teachers. You are welcome to reach out to your child's teacher(s) as well so the teacher(s) can get necessary materials together, but don't forget to also contact Mrs. Rychtik.

Students that are virtual are considered present for the day. This means that your child should treat the day like a regular class day. They must join the class on time, have their camera on, pay attention, participate, and remove all distractions from the background (tv, cell phones, etc). In order to be considered present for the day, your child must attend every class in their daily schedule - unless previous arrangements have been made between the teacher and the student. A few students have been picking and choosing the times they want to attend class and when the teachers are looking for the student, they are not in the Google Meet. This is considered an absence. I will be popping into classes virtually to monitor the lessons.

Thank you all for helping make this school year successful. It takes us all working together to continue to keep us here.

School Pictures

Your child's school pictures are being sent home today. Please reach out to Network Photography if you have any questions regarding the package you purchased.

Retakes will happen at school on November 4th.

Cold Weather is Here

As the weather is turning colder, please remember to send your child with a coat, hat, and gloves. We will go outside for recess unless there is inclement weather.

Food Drive

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Don't forget that all yearbook cover entries are due on October 30th. Help make our yearbook amazing this year with your artist talent!
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High School Open Houses

Marquette University High School, the premier all-boys Catholic, Jesuit high school in Wisconsin, will host a Virtual Open House from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25. All families interested in learning more about MUHS are encouraged to attend this free event. Marquette High is creating an interactive and engaging virtual experience in which prospective families can meet current students, teachers, parents, coaches, and administrators, tour our facilities and learn more about our academic and co-curricular programs. For more information or to register, go to: Open House

Important Information for Current 8th Grade Boys (Class of 2025):

  • Admissions Applications for Fall 2021 are due Nov. 1, 2020
    Apply online:
  • Entrance Exam Nov. 6 or Nov. 7
    All applicants are required to take the Entrance Exam. Registration for the exam is completed by choosing the preferred date on the application.
  • Virtual Campus Visit

    Marquette High is offering virtual campus visits this fall conducted via Zoom. This is a half-day visit from 8:15 a.m. - 11 a.m. with an optional virtual lunch from 11 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Students will meet with Admissions, Zoom into a classroom, meet current students and experience a student-led tour of the building. Note, students will need to use a device with access to Zoom for their Campus Visit. Schedule a visit today: Campus Visit Program

For questions, contact the MUHS Admissions Office at or 414-933-7220.

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This Week in Pictures

K3 had a surprise at school. The pumpkin patch came to them. With the help of their K4 friends, they found the great pumpkin! Thank you to the Jaeger family for the wonderful pumpkin surprise.

Student of the Week

The Virtue for the month of October is Responsibility: fulfilling one’s just duties; accepting the consequences of one’s words and actions, intentional and unintentional. Job 19:4 "Even if I have truly erred, My error belongs to me.”

K3 – Nia Holtzman

K4 – Adelyn Assmann

K5 – Claire Fies & Olivia Shanders

1st – Daisy Raudabaugh

2nd – Dayne Rabideaux

3rd – Nora Sternig

4th – Harper Elliott

5th – Kennedy Deppert

6th –Miles Beisbier

7th -Ella Kohnen

8th – Grace Peters

Music –Brooklyn Glisch

Phy Ed –Nora Sternig

Community News


Since we haven’t been able to open the Littlest Angel Gift Shop since February, we opened an online gift shop! Now you can shop with a purpose from the comfort of your home. All the profits from the gift shop go to support the Youth Ministry Program at Holy Angels. You can choose if you want to pick up your order for free from the Parish Office or if you want your order delivered to your house for a shipping fee. You can check out what we have available by going to our website and following the link to the gift shop or by going directly to:

Keep checking back because we will be adding more items each week!

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