The SNS Community Staying Connected
THANK YOU for your thoughtfulness and generosity! The faculty and staff would like to thank all the school families and members who HASA who provided and organized the delicious dinners last Wednesday afternoon. It was a wonderful treat to take a break from cooking in the middle of the week!
WELCOME to Mr. Nate Makowicz who joined the SNS maintenance team this spring. Nate is always quick with a smile as he helps to keep the school clean and sanitized.
Wednesday, 5/26
Christmas in May Dress Down Day


Friday, 5/28
School Holiday
Monday, 5/31
School Holiday
Tuesday, 6/1
School Holiday

All SNS families who require busing for the 2021- 22 school year MUST contact their local school district’s transportation department to request transportation by Tuesday, 6/1.  The transportation departments have informed SNS they will not bus anyone who does not request transportation, even if the student rode the bus in the past.  
Access these transportation requests on the school website or visit your local school district’s transportation web site.

 Please note: New SNS families AND families who have not used transportation in the past will need to complete the appropriate form for their district and provide two proofs of residency. 
HASA will be collecting contributions for the end of the year gift for the SNS faculty and administration. The total amount collected will be divided among 38 individuals and a note will be sent with each cash gift identifying the contributors. Please send any contributions made payable to St. Norbert School HASA in an envelope to the attention of Liz Miller by Wednesday, 6/2. Please click HERE for more information.
Order your contact paper now to be ready to cover your child’s workbooks in the fall.  Orders with payment are due no later than Friday, 6/11 and will be sent home on the first day of school.
Volunteers are needed to help with Field Day on Monday, 6/7. Two volunteers are needed for each game station. Volunteers are also needed to keep stations stocked with water, provide “first aid,” organize lunch, etc. Please contact Mrs. Keith at if you are interested in volunteering.  
WAWA SHORTI HOAGIE COUPONS are perfect to use for lunches and dinners on the go. Save yourself a little time while supporting the 8th grade.
The Technical College High School Summer Career Academies and Culinary Camp will be providing full-day, weekly, hands-on programs for rising 6th to 9th graders using state of the art technology this summer. 
St. Joe's Prep will be running a two-day lacrosse camp at the Proving Grounds on 7/12 and 7/13, 9:00 AM to 12 NOON. The emphasis will be face-off instruction with All-American Zach Cole, goalie instruction, and shooting. The cost of the camp is $100.00 for both days. Refer to this form for more information and to register.
Get ready for fun in the sun! The St. Norbert Community Camp will be back for 4 weeks of fun and adventures this summer. The camp will be open to all children from 4 years old to 5th grade. From scavenger hunts and tie-dye shirts to water games and making milkshakes, you never know what will happen next. Refer to this form for more information and to register for summer camp.
Join Mrs. Myers for a 1-week half-day summer baking camp. Students will learn various baking techniques to create delectable treats from scratch. All cooking materials will be provided and students will take home a sample of their treats daily along with a recipe. COVID precautions will be in place and masks will be required by all participants.

The baking camp is open to all students in Kindergarten to 5th grade. Students must be at least 5 years old and use bathroom facilities independently. A snack and drink along with recess time will be provided each day. Payment is due by the week prior to the beginning of camp. No refunds will be provided due to sick days or vacation. A portion of the camp fee with go to a charity in need. 

Limited space is available so reserve your spot now!
Summer Solutions is the perfect way to reinforce the skills and concepts your child learned during the year. Summer Solutions only takes a few minutes a day, but the activities strengthen retention by having students systematically review skills learned over previous years using distributed practice. 
Use promo code SUMMER3 before April 30, 2021 to receive 10% off orders of 3 or more booksBooks will be shipped directly to your home. When ordering, order the grade your child will complete in June. 
St. Norbert Parish will be offering VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL camp from Monday, 6/21 to Friday, 6/25 from 8:45 AM to 12:00 NOON (Mon-Thurs) and 8:45 AM to 1:30 PM (Friday, includes closing Mass and party) 

The "A Wilderness Adventure through the Sacraments" Vacation Bible School camp will take campers on an exciting 5-day adventure learning about the seven sacraments. Gear up for a hike through the wilderness to explore amazing things about Baptism, Eucharist, Confirmation, Reconciliation, Anointing of the Sick, Marriage and Holy Orders. This adventure-themed VBS is packed with great music, unforgettable games, cool crafts, and interactive lessons that will motivate kids ages 4 to 11 years old to take a journey of faith with Jesus!

The plan right now is for the VBS camp to be in-person–following all guidelines for social distancing and mask wearing. We will utilize the outdoors for our adventure week as much as possible, depending on the weather. 

St. Norbert CaFFE will be running the VBS camp. It is for children ages 4 to 11 years old (Children 12 years and older can serve as helpers). The cost is $50 per child. Space is limited, so please register at your earliest convenience! 

Attention Parents...If you volunteer at VBS for the FULL week, your children can attend for 1/2 price. Please contact Mark Griswold, CaFFE Director, at if you are interested in helping. Please note: all volunteers must have Safe Environment training/clearances BEFORE the camp week.
Will Perretta
High School: St. Joseph’s Preparatory School
Favorite SNS memory: 8th Grade 100 Day Celebration
Looking forward to in high school: Riding the train every morning to school
Favorite Quote: “I wish there was a way to know you're in the good old days before you've actually left them.” – Andy Bernard 
Whom I look up to the most: I look up to my dad because he has always supported me and has taught me the value of trust, hard work and honesty. 
Izzy Pilato
High School: Villa Maria Academy
Favorite SNS memory: Just hanging out with my friends 
Looking forward to in high school: The freshman trip to Disney
Favorite Quote: "There are 3 ways to ultimate success. 
The first way is to be kind. 
The second way is to be kind. 
The third way is to be kind." – Mister Rogers
Whom I look up to the most: My parents because they are taller than me.
Alex Raker
High School: Archbishop Carroll High School
Favorite SNS memory: Winning the soccer CYO championship in 6th grade
Looking forward to in high school: Playing football there
Favorite Quote: “Love your Jebronies” – Mrs. Riisen
Whom I look up to the most: My dad, because he has always been there for me.

Henry Schalich
High School: Archbishop Carroll High School
Favorite SNS memory: Me getting stuck in the locker
Looking forward to in high school: The new people
Favorite Quote: “It was was nice.”
Whom I look up to the most: Elon Musk, because of how smart and intuitive he is.
Chloe Schultz 
High School: Archbishop Carroll High School
Favorite SNS memory: Field trips
Looking forward to in high school: Meeting new people and expanding my interests
Favorite Quote: “We have a choice to live or to exist.” – Harry Styles
Whom I look up to the most: My parents because they’ve taught me how to be a good person.
CONGRATULATIONS to Miss Nunn who received her Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Immaculata University last Friday.