STEM Challenge

STEM Challenge

Congratulations to "Team Explosive" who placed 3rd in the Catholic Memorial STEM Challenge. Sixth-grade students recently competed in the Catholic Memorial STEM Challenge. This year, the challenge was to build a Rube Goldberg Machine using recyclable materials and...

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Grade 3 Book Study – The Mouse and the Motorcycle

Grade 3 Book Study – The Mouse and the Motorcycle

  Third grade recently did a book study on “The Mouse and the Motorcycle” by Beverly Cleary.   Noting the different scenes throughout the story, their final project was to create a diorama of their favorite scene.  The students were incredibly creative!  The...

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Catholic School Week 2021 – Service Project

Catholic School Week 2021 – Service Project

    Community service is an important part of our annual Catholic Schools Week celebration. This year we ran a drive to collect items to create care packages for frontline workers and we were completely overwhelmed with the generosity of our school community! As a...

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Social Studies Simulation

Social Studies Simulation

Eighth grade students participated in a class simulation to learn how the three branches of government work together in our government to pass bills into law. Each student assumed a different role, including the President, Vice President, Speaker of the House, Chief...

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A Catechesis Born of Joy

A Catechesis Born of Joy

The Catechesis of the Good Shepherd (CGS) was born from the joy of the children in their encounter with God. At St. Mary, the spiritual life of the child (ages 3-6) is nurtured through the CGS program. This approach to catechesis is rooted in the Bible and Liturgy and...

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A Walk Down Memory Lane

A Walk Down Memory Lane

Jacob Bruns, alumnus and college seminarian at Immaculate Heart of Mary Seminary, visited with Dcn. Michael Malucha, seminarian at St. Francis de Sales Seminary, to talk to our students about vocations Tuesday morning. He caught up with previous teachers of his and...

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Hope for Frontline Workers

Hope for Frontline Workers

While our students in Room 316 were reflecting on the first week of Advent's theme of Hope, they decided to reach out and offer some hope and encouragement to frontline workers in our community. The students created and sent cards to the nurses working in the Covid-19...

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Thanksgiving Food Drive

Thanksgiving Food Drive

Our first school-wide service project of the year was a great success! We collected an abundance of food items and raised $285 during our uniform buy-out day for the Menomonee Falls Food Pantry. Many thanks to everyone for their generous spirit this Thanksgiving!    ...

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HIGH TECH BOOK CLUBS

HIGH TECH BOOK CLUBS

        This week, fourth graders started book clubs, with the class split up, reading three different books.  With discussion being one of the most fun and important components of a book club, we were able to make this possible by using the new video conference...

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Third Grade Saint Presentations

Third Grade Saint Presentations

Striving to be saints, our third-grade students spent time researching their favorite saints and shared what they learned. Click here to watch their presentations.    

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8th Annual Soles Walk for Catholic Education

8th Annual Soles Walk for Catholic Education

What a great day to get outside and walk! Even though our Catholic schools couldn't gather together this year, the Soles for Catholic Education Walk still provided a way for us to celebrate Catholic education, build community, and raise much-needed funds. St. Mary...

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Fourth-grade teachers take learning outdoors

Fourth-grade teachers take learning outdoors

To review rounding in math class, fourth-grade students took their knowledge outside where they combined their rounding and bag toss skills in a fun math review! Students had to correctly round numbers given to them up to the millions, and if they got it correct,...

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Annual Theme Kick Off

Annual Theme Kick Off

LIVE JESUS, ADORE THE EUCHARIST Our theme this year could be simplified to say "Live Jesus, Love Jesus." But by learning about Eucharistic Adoration, we are offering our students a special encounter with Jesus. Our job as Catholic educators (and parents) is to help...

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Class of 2020 Gifts

Class of 2020 Gifts

Class of 2020 Gifts to St Mary Parish School This year the graduation class presented the school with a new vacuum to use in the library and 4 new stools for the library research counter. Our library volunteers we extremely happy to accept these gifts on behalf of our...

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March Madness – American History Style

  What's a more impactful day in American history? The signing of the Declaration of Independence or the attack on Pearl Harbor? The start of the Great Depression or the birth of the Internet? Middle school students in Mr. Demeter's...

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6th and 8th Grade At-Home Science Labs

6th and 8th Grade At-Home Science Labs

The 8th graders kicked off their genetics unit by attempting to extract the DNA from strawberries or their very own cheek cells. To extract the DNA from strawberries, the 8th graders simply had to mush them. To extract DNA from their cheek cells they had to swish a...

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D.I. Teams Advance to the State Competition in April

D.I. Teams Advance to the State Competition in April

Our Destination Imagination (D.I.) teams are heading to State! Both of our D.I. teams had a great day at the regional tournament in Kewaskum, this past weekend. “Minions on the Shelf” placed 1st in the technical category and “Super St. Mary Scientists” placed 2nd in...

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Computer Science Education Week

Computer Science Education Week

Fourth grade students spent some time learning about coding through a basic block programming activity. Students learning about coding, computers and careers in technology.  

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