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Rosary Club
Rosary Club meets Fridays once a month to create rosaries for missions. 

Wisconsin Battle of the Books
This is for Grades 4-6 and meets Wednesdays after school until end of February.

Big Window
The Big Window is the Blessed Sacrament School Store and is located next to the cafeteria.  The store is operated by the students of the 5th and 6th grade.  Grade 4 students may join the staff of the Big Window in March.  The students conduct inventory, track sales, organize and decorate the store, keep finances and prepare advertising.  Parent and Faculty assist with the overseeing of the store. 

The store is open 3 days a week.  Tuesdays after school and Wednesday/Friday mornings.  Students work approximately 2 shifts per month with parent supervision.

The store carries school supplies, religious items, snacks, drinks, novelty items and holiday trinkets. 

On Fridays during September and May, the store sells ice cream treats for 50 cents at the flag pole.

On Fat Tuesday, they sell King Cupcakes to raise money for Casa Hogar and the school's God-Son, Alberto.

All other profits from the store are donated to charity or are used to assist with projects at the school.

Field Trips

Class visits to places of cultural or educational significance give enrichment to the lessons of the classroom.  Permission forms covering each field trip will be be posted to Skyward for parent authorization.  The form will explain the relevance of the trip, transportation needs, and times and dates.  Students will not be allowed to go on the field trip without the online authorization. A one time field trip fee is charged to your fee management account at the beginning of the school year to cover anticipated field trips and their bus expense.

We are not always able to take parent chaperones due to bus seating limits, however, if you chaperones are able to attend, please be sure to complete the necessary paperwork found under the "Chaperone a Field Trip" link.

Safe Environment Paperwork for Chaperones/Volunteers

Catholic Schools Week

Catholic Schools Week and the Great Kindness Challenge
 
Saturday/Sunday, January 28/29 – 
Masses in the Supporting Parishes 

 

Pancake Breakfast at Cathedral Church 7:30 a.m.- Noon


Monday, January 30, Day 1 – Superheroes of Kindness 
 

Students may dress as a superhero 
Pep rally to kick off CSW and GKC – Skit, Cheers lead by Superheroes & Proclamation
Students receive their GKC activity sheet to work on all week

Kindness Quotes at morning and afternoon announcements
Kindness Super Food of the Day – Trail Mix
Kindness Station – ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Be a Superhero of Kindness – Homeroom Service Activity
6th grade girls prepare dinner for the Catholic Charity Warming Center
 

Tuesday, January 31, Day 2 – Mother Teresa, Superhero of Christ’s Love


Students dress in dress code or better
Kindness Quotes at morning and afternoon announcements
Mass with Fr. Konopa at 9:00
4th grade students record “A Rosary for Cayden” at 12:30 in the MMOC choir loft
Kindness Super Food of the Day - Popcorn
Kindness Station – 5th Grade Bake sale for Casa Hogar
Decade of the rosary for the work of the Missionaries of Charity
 

Wednesday, February 1, Day 3 – John Dalton, Superhero of Science


Students may wear jeans and Aquinas shirt (if sleeveless, wear t-shirt under)
Kindness Quotes at morning and afternoon announcements
Science Museum of Minnesota Program: Solids, Liquids, Gases – 8:30(5th/6th) 9:45(3rd/4th)
Kindness Super Food of the Day – Scientific Brownies
Kindness Station- Experiment with Kindness
Religion Bowl Championship – 6:30 p.m., Aquinas High School Theater


Thursday, February 2, Day 4 – Carl Gauss, Superhero of Mathematics


Students may wear “comfy” clothes - athletic pants, fleece/flannel pants, sweatshirts(no pajamas)
Kindness Quotes at morning and afternoon announcements
Kindness Counts Picnic Lunch – Math problems will be around school for students to solve.
Kindness Super Food of the Day – Ice cream/Popsicles
Kindness Station  - Mathematical kindness craft


Friday, February 3, Day 5 – Misty Copeland, Superhero of Athleticism and Perseverance


Students may wear jeans and an athletic jersey, sweatshirt, t-shirt
Kindness Quotes at morning and afternoon announcements
Kindness Super Food of the Day – Strawberry/Banana Smoothie
Speed Stacking Tournament 12:15
Kindness Station – “Souper Bowl” Plinko (bring in a can of soup for WAFER & play Plinko)
Turn in your Great Kindness Challenge activity sheet.

Welcome to National Catholic Schools Week!  
The theme for the week is Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service!

All Saints Day Celebration

On Tuesday, October 27 our children celebrated All Saints Day!  Each child prepared a report and costume to honor the Saint of their choice for the day.  To start the morning, students viewed the video presentation on the Canonization of Fr. Joseph Walijewski.  He was the founder of Casa Hogar Orphanage.

At 9:00 the "Saints" assembled for The Parade of Saints as they headed to celebrate Mass at Blessed Sacrament Parish.  

Following Mass, the children loaded onto buses and visited various locations in the community to share the story of their Saint.  Following lunch they had the opportunity for crafts and games.  

To end the day, Amanda, from  Casa Hogar joined us to share the mission, activities and works of the orphanage.  She relayed stories of the children's play time, a picture slide show of the children at Casa Hogar, the town, and the facilities.  She also informed the children that the young people at Casa Hogar must hand wash their own clothes each day!!! We also learned more about Mafer, our God Child that resides at Casa Hogar.

All-in-all it was a great day!  Thank you to each and every parent volunteer, teacher and staff member that made the day possible! View our All Saints Day video here.

 
 
 
 
 

Any parent volunteering in our school must have the safe environment online training. Then the parent must submit a basic criminal background check and confidential questionnaire to the school office before volunteering with children and/or chaperoning field trips.

To watch the video please click here to watch the Safe Environment Program - Procedures video.  After viewing the video, please take a moment to CLICK HERE and fill out the brief survey with on the Diocese of La Crosse website. 


Next, you will need to fill out a  basic criminal background check and confidential questionnaire - click here.

Please submit the completed forms to the school office.

***If you have completed the Diocesan Safe Environment Training last school year, please click on the link below "Annual Verification of Safe Environment Training" and fill out the form.  This is the only form you will need to fill out. (Annual Verification of Safe Environment Training)

If you have any questions on Safe Environment please contact the office at 608-782-5564

The safe environment video can also be found on the Diocese of La Crosse website (Library-Safe Environment Training Videos-Safe Environment Training Procedures) 
Click here to go to the Diocese of La Crosse website.
 

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