Upcoming Dates
January 21
Spirit Wear w/non-uniform bottoms
2:30pm Let's Build It!
January 22
7:45am Children's Mass
January 23
2:30pm School Mass Singers
January 24
7:30-10:30am Grade 8 Formal Class/Group/Activity Photos
2:30pm Art Club
January 25-26
January 26
Catholic School's Week Begins
10am Open House & Registration
January 27
Pajama/Comfy Clothes Day
January 28
Mission wear/uniform bottoms
2:30pm Let's Build It!
5pm Culver's Night - Teachers Serve
January 29
Dress to Impress/Collared shirt/no jeans or sweats
7:45am Children's Mass
January 30
Rainbow Day (see School News)
2:30pm School Mass Singers
January 31
Favorite Pastime (see School News)
2:30pm Art Club
Quick Links

262-965-2214 - Dousman
262-524-0667 - First Student
262-691-9868 - GoRiteway
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The next meeting will be February 10th, at 6:30pm.
KEEPING ALL OF OUR STUDENTS SAFE
Read the labels at each purchase! Manufacturing processes change!
Avoid items with allergy and ingredient alerts such as: "May Contain Peanut or Tree Nuts" "Processed on shared equipment with Peanuts or Tree Nuts" "Manufactured in a plant with Peanut or Tree Nuts" "Contains Peanut or Tree Nut Ingredients" Your diligence is keeping an allergic child safe at school. 

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St. Anthony on the Lake Parish
Ministries

Early Childhood
Our parish offers several programs for preschool-aged children and their guardians. Join the planning committee, meet other moms at the playgroup, or burn off energy at the Open Gym.

Mom's Group meets every other Tuesday from 9:30-11am. We will meet again on Jan. 21st. Childcare available with pre-registration

Mom's Night Out: Watch for upcoming dates

The 6th Annual Trivia Night (& movie night for children up to 10 years old) will be Saturday, January 25th, 6-8:30pm. Join us for pizza and a little friendly competition as teams of couples compete against each other. Please register by Jan. 20th.   Sign Up


 






All families with children in grades 1 through 8 are invited to join us for a program in which parents explore healthy relationships with their children.
  • Monday, January 20, 6:00pm to 7:30pm


We ask you to sign up online since in order for us to prepare the materials for your family. There is no fee.
ATTN St Anthony dads/men:

I bring a large group of men to the No Regrets Mens Conference each year. This year the conference is Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 8-4. We have main auditorium seats at Elmbrook in Brookfield. This is an incredible Christ-filled day of fellowship with other men. We have 12 tickets still available. I would love it if other men from St. Anthony would consider joining us.  Tickets are $40, lunch is included with the cost. We meet at 
St. Anthony and carpool over together or you can just meet us there.  Please contact Tony Wendorf at 262-719-0676 or via email at: tonywendorf@gmail.com ASAP to join or with any questions

January 20, 2020
From the Desk of Ellen Knippel, Principal

Dear Parents,  
Registration has begun for the 2020-21 school year! We ask that registrations for all current families be back into the office by Friday, January 24 th. Registration for NEW families will begin at Open house on Sunday, January 26 th. Tuition numbers are "proposed" at this time. A finance meeting will be held tonight to make the final approval. Our increase this year was just 2%. We do everything we can to make St. Anthony on the Lake affordable to all. Please call the office if you have any questions.

A huge thank you to everyone who participated in the Soles for Education walk in October.  Final total donations raised is $1,967.50 - and every penny comes back to St. Anthony on the Lake for tuition assistance.

Next Sunday, January 26 th  is our Annual Open house from 10am-1pm. Please come and join us for 9:00am Mass, refreshments, and a visit to the classrooms! Please tell your friends about our great school! Invite them to come in for a tour and check us out!! If you are available to be a tour guide or host please use the sign up genius in today's newsletter!

We have begun our Souper Bowl collection for the Waukesha County Food Pantry.  Students may bring in soup to vote for their favorite team this year.  

Blessings,
Mrs. Ellen Knippel
School News
HOAX Texts/Emails
Fr. Tony doesn't make personal requests for financial assistance through email/text. Do not respond to such messages and if you receive one,  please notify Ben Brzeski or Art Scheuber in the Parish Office at 262-691-1173.

Let's Build It
We have enough students enrolled in the program to begin on Tuesday, Jan. 21.  Thank you!

Picture Day!
Friday, January 24, will be the photo day for the 8th grade class's formal portraits.  They should dress up for the photo and bring uniform clothing for later.

Other group photos will take place that day as well.  Students should bring Scout uniforms, 

Open House
Open House is just around the corner (Jan. 26th)! Please consider volunteering to help with the event! Open House Volunteer Opportunities  We are in need of Tour Guides! You will be given notes and assistance. Please consider volunteering for a shift.

Souper-bowl
We will begin collecting cans of soup immediately. Students will be able to place their soup under the goalpost of their favorite 2020 Superbowl team. 

Culver's Night!-Teachers Serve, Jan. 28
Join us for Culver's Night! Teachers will serve and out of uniform passes will be handed out. Scrip will be available for purchase at Culver's. See you there!

Catholic Schools Week 2020
We Are Called
To Act with Justice
 Outreach Activity:
  1. Drive for items needed for military (active-duty and veterans)
  2. Cards/letters for military 
To Love Tenderly
Appreciation notes for Catholic education
           
To Serve One Another 
7th & 8th graders present different religious orders on Wednesday
 
To Walk Humbly with God  
Speakers share how their faith guides them in their work on Tuesday
 
Sunday - January 26
Open House 10am-1pm
Monday - January 27
Pajama Day/Comfy Clothes  
Tuesday - January 28
Grade 6-8 Mass at CMH
Mission Shirts (uniform bottoms)
Wednesday - January 29   
Mass
Dress to Impress (dress-up day) Collared shirt, no jeans or sweats.
Thursday - January 30   
Rainbow Day: each class dresses in the same color as their buddy class (crazy, jeans, and sweats are allowed):
    • 3K & Gr 3 & 4 = Blue
    • 4K & Gr 5 = Green
    • 5K & Gr 6 = Yellow
    • Gr 1 & Gr 7 = Orange
    • Gr 2 & Gr 8 = Red  
    • Specials = Indigo (Purple)
Please don't purchase anything new. If you need an item of clothing, please support your local Goodwill!  Contest for the best/craziest class.
Friday - January 31
Favorite Pastime: dress like your favorite team, hobby or pastime: sports, reading, music, etc.   
Other Activities:
  • No homework at the discretion of the teacher
  • Rosary craft with buddy classes
  • Movie
  • Board games with buddy classes
  • Daily Special Prayer Opportunities
We Are Called to Serve
Open House Volunteers, Jan. 26th
Sign up to help at our open house on Sunday, Jan. 26th.  We need tour guides!

Hot Lunch Servers/Lunchroom Helper
Tues, Weds,Thurs - Need Two!!  HELP!!!

Playground Duty - 2 per day
Weds, Thurs, Fri  - Need One

School Volunteer Opportunities
Check out our school volunteer webpage. Open House sign up was added. This is a great opportunity for working parents to get involved!

FaithWorks helps parish families live the Gospel of Jesus Christ by serving others.
                  Opportunities

Offertory Gift Bearers  Sign-up

Altar Servers  Sign up here   (Grade 5+)

Children's Liturgy of the Word 
(Grade 6+) are needed during the 9am Masses.   Sign Up .

Mass Childcare Volunteers
Volunteer to help  in the childcare room during any weekend Mass (Grade 6 and up).

Childcare Volunteers for Special Programs/Meetings 
The childcare room is looking for volunteers (grade 6 and up) to help out at upcoming special events.  Sign Up
Classroom Corner

The middle school students are working on research skills through writing a research essay in Language Arts class with Mrs. Anderson. The essay topics connect to what they are studying in Social Studies. The 8th graders will prove the long-term impact of a landmark Supreme Court case, 7th graders will show two essential contributions of a federal cabinet, and 6th graders will explain the impact of a Renaissance invention.

Prayers, Celebrations, & Gratitude
Prayers
As we celebrate the legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., pray f or healing and peace as we work for ever greater communion within our communities and nation.
                            
Submit prayer requests, celebrations or a thank you to  this email.
Purchase Scrip after Mass, through school, or order  online Questions? Email  Scrip Coordinators
Join us for Culver's Night on January 28th. Scrip will be available for purchase at Culver's. See you there!

Box Tops for Education
Double Box Tops at Walmart! Now through the end of the month, earn an additional Box Top on every participating product at Walmart when uploading receipts to the App. Checkout  www.btfe.com to learn more about bonuses and sweepstakes. Don't toss your clips; we will collect unexpired clipped box tops until they are gone. Questions? 
Contact  Angie Lois .  

Saturday January 25th
9:00 am - 5th Grade Girls
10:00 am - 6th Grade Boys
Sunday January 26th
12:00 pm - 8th Grade Girls
1:00 pm - 7th Grade Boys
2:00 pm - 8th Grade Boys
3:00 pm - 6th Grade Girls

Do you have an athletic picture to share or game results? Send them to  this email .
Prayers
As we celebrate the legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., pray f or healing and peace as we work for ever greater communion within our communities and nation.
                            
Submit prayer requests, celebrations or a thank you to  this email.




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Newsletter Submissons
Email MELANIE SOBOTKA at  commschool@stanthony.cc
Submissions due Friday for inclusion in the following Monday's newsletter