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Weekly News & Notes

CLASSROOM SPOTLIGHT: 1ST GRADE
Check out the monthly newsletter features that shine a light on each classroom. This month, learn more about 1st grade. Last week we met the new teacher, Robert Cohen-Wichner, 1st grade teacher. Classroom Spotlight: 1st Grade. This week, we hear from Stephanie Bailey, parent of 1st grade student, Grace, and learn about the Bailey family's connection to St. Ann's. Classroom Spotlight: 1st Grade - Bailey Family
Also see past articles: Classroom Spotlight: Kindergarten - Mrs. Boehm

WEEKLY NEWS
Want to see past editions of the weekly newsletters? See the "newsletters" tab in the main menu bar. 

PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES COMING UP - OCT. 22 & 23
For information and to sign up for K-8 Parent Teacher Conferences, please see the attached Parent Teacher Conference - K-8 Letter and Parent Teacher Conference - K-8 Form. 4k conference info can be found here. Parent Teacher Conference - 4k Letter.  

TURN YOUR TRASH INTO TREASURE
The Trash to Treasure fundraising committee is hard at work making "magic" with things you might otherwise throw away. Check out the long list of valuable, recyclable items and start making some "fundraising magic" with your own trash. Simply bring in the items on the list to the school recycling area (near the gym doors on the N. Harrison side of the building) or, in some cases, submit codes online to the St. Ann's account. Trash to Treasure - 2019/20

SHOP WITH SCRIP! NEW INCENTIVES FOR PARTICIPATION
This year, the Scrip program is offering a fantastic incentive that allows you to support the school while you are shopping for things you already buy - AND you earn extra money for doing so! To learn more about the scrip program and this new incentive, check out the letter from Committee Chair, Jim Opitz or contact Jim directly. Scrip Incentive - 2019/20

 

NEED LOGO WEAR?
 
Browse stylish St. Ann logo wear items here. If you have questions or want to place an order, contact Tonya Kleven. The next deadline for BYOC (bring your own clothing) for embroidery or logo wear orders will be Friday, October 11. 

Calendar Notes

WHAT'S UP THIS WEEK...
  • Sat. 10/19
    Brat/Hotdog Stand & Bake Sale at Ace Hardware - 8th Grade D.C. Trip Fundraiser - 12:00 - 2:00 p.m. 3188 Deer Point Dr., Stoughton
  • Mon. 10/21
    - Adoration - 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
    - St. Ann's Helping Hands meeting in the school library from 3:20-4:00 p.m.

  • Tue. 10/22
    - 8th grade visit to the Playing Fiel

  • Tues/Wed. Oct. 22-23
    - Parent Teacher Conferences - Contact school office if you have not already signed up for a conference with your child(ren)'s teacher(s). 

  • Wed. 10/23
    - All school mass - 8:00 a.m. 

  • Thurs. 10/24
    - Early Release - 11:00 a.m. 
    - Vitense Mini-Golf Outing - 6:00 p.m. - Vitense Golfland, 5501 Schroeder Rd. See here for permission form. Vitense Permission Form - Oct. 24, 2019

  • Fri. 10/25 - NO SCHOOL

  • ONGOING ITEMS:
    - Set up your ongoing scrip order or purchase what you need for the weeK
    - Get some delicious Just Coffee
    - Bring in any box tops, soup labels or other valuable "trash" that we can turn into treasure. To see a list of what can be transformed into treasure see Trash to Treasure - 2019/20


Sign Up!

Lunch Schedule 

Monday, October 14
Sub Sandwich (Pedersen) 

Tuesday, October 15
Pulled Chicken Tacos (Horton)

Wednesday, October 16
BBQ Pork Riblets (Strandlie)

Thursday, October 17
Cavatini (Sanchez/Alcantara)

Friday, October 18
Baked Potato Bar (Erickson)


Fresh salad bar also available every day! 
 
Note: Names in parentheses indicate families scheduled for lunch/recess duty each day.

Mission Moments

MESSAGE FROM OUR PRINCIPAL,
KARA ROISUM

Therefore, neither the one who plants nor the one who waters is anything, but only God, who causes the growth. (1 Corinthians: 3:7) 

During the summer when I am able to take time off from school, one of my favorite hobbies is tending to my gardens. Ask me to dust, and I will find any excuse not to; ask me to pull up each tiny weed among my lilies, however, and I’m on it. I enjoy digging my hands deep into the soil, and I especially love how cathartic pulling out a stubborn weed feels. As I make my way along patches planting and tending to my flowers, I allow my mind to wander and rest in prayer.
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Information Worth Sharing:  Symptoms and Signs of Dyslexia

At a recent conference, Principal Kara Roisum heard a speaker who shared interesting and valuable information regarding the Symptoms and Signs of Dyslexia. Click on the video above, or the link below to learn more.
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Making a Difference

A core part of the St. Ann School curriculum is service to others. Students regularly engage in activities that highlight the importance of giving of oneself, as Jesus did, to show love and make the world a better place. 

Shining a Light on Our Students

St. Ann School creates a culture of excellence and promotes personal growth and development in all aspects of learning for students. Learn how one seventh grade student describes how her St. Ann's experience has helped her illuminate a path for her future. 

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Choosing Saint Ann School for Your Child

Selecting your child’s school environment is one of the most important decisions you will ever make as a parent. St. Ann School provides an excellent academic experience for your child, and it helps instill the family values you hold true: positive self-esteem, respect for others, a commitment to social justice and a personal relationship with God.

St. Ann School is a Catholic, parochial school, Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 8. The staff of St. Ann School recognizes that each child, regardless of race, color or creed, is a unique individual created by God, loved and redeemed by Christ and sanctified by the Holy Spirit. The school as a cooperative agent shares with the parents the responsibility of the child’s education.


Developing the Whole Person

Helping students to become all that God has called them to be in their spiritual, psychological, academic, social, cultural, physical and emotional development.

Creating a Caring Family Atmosphere

We create an atmosphere where students can demonstrate knowledge and mastery of age appropriate content; think critically, constructively and creatively; solve problems; communicate effectively; work collaboratively; be proficient in research and retrieval skills; employ logical decision-making skills and be involved in community service.

Instilling the Family Values You Hold True

St. Ann School provides an excellent academic experience for your child, and it helps instill the family values you hold true: positive self-esteem, respect for others, a commitment to social justice and a personal relationship with God.

Hear the Importance of our School from Saint Ann Graduates

“St. Ann’s isn’t just a school community – it’s a family.” The experiences that our students share with their peers and their teachers help to prepare them for success throughout their lives. Click the video above to hear directly from our alumni to hear more about the special environment at St. Ann School.

Mutual Support Between Parents and School Community

The goal of the St. Ann Home & School Association is to support communication and cooperation among parents, teachers and administration at St. Ann School. 

Learn More About Our School/Parent Collaborations

 HOME & SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

The St. Ann Home & School Association coordinates the combined efforts of parents, families and school staff to support school activities and events related to the academic, social and spiritual development of children at St. Ann School and raises funds to support those efforts. Learn More.

EDUCATION COMMISSION 

The St. Ann School Education Commission provides the leadership necessary to ensure the total Christian development of the students of St. Ann School. The St. Ann School Education Commission is a consultative committee to the pastor and to the parish educational administrators. Members of the School Education Commission are asked to serve three year terms. Meetings are open to the parish community to attend. If you wish to present anything to the Commission, please contact any of the members one week in advance so your issue can be placed on the agenda.

Members of the Education Commission include: Leslie Andreska, Fr. Randy Budnar, Virginia Carrano, Kari Fernholz, Joe Karlen, Brian Mueller, Rustie Prechel, Lynn Wood,   Kara Roisum, Principal;  

SPIRITUAL COMMISSION 

Our Leadership Team

The faculty and staff of St. Ann School seek to create a caring family atmosphere in which students can demonstrate knowledge and mastery of age appropriate content; think critically, constructively and creatively; solve problems; communicate effectively; work collaboratively; be proficient in research and retrieval skills; employ logical decision-making skills and be involved in community service.

Meet Our Full Team
Mrs. Kara Roisum
Principal
Rev. Randy Budnar
Pastor
Mr. Russ Horton
Chair, Home & School Association

Our Address

324 N. Harrison St.
Stoughton, WI 53589

608-873-3343
info@stanns-school.org