Upcoming Dates  
January 7-11
MAP Testing - Avoid Absences
January 9
Mission Shirts w/uniform bottoms
7:45am Children's Mass - Gr 8
January 10
7:45-8:15am Classroom Coffee - Mrs. Kahler
January 11
7:45-8:15am Classroom Coffee - Mrs. Stubbs
January 14
6:30pm School Committee
January 15
Let's Build It Engineering Early Bird Deadline
January 16
7:45am Birthday Blessing Mass (Jan.) - Gr 7
6:30pm First Reconciliation Session (Gr 2)
January 17
7:45-8:15am Classroom Coffee - Mrs. Hawkins
January 18
7:30am Gr 8 Graduation Activity
7:45-8:15am Classroom Coffee - Mrs. Hofbauer
January 19
10am First Reconciliation (Gr 2)
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Parish Connection  
Monday, 7th
Family Program
Tuesday, 8th
9:30-11am Mom's Group
5:45-6:45pm Centering Prayer
7-8:30pm Bible Study - Acts 
Wednesday, 9th
6:30-8:30pm 9th/10th Gr Confirmation Session
Thursday, 10th
2:30/4:30pm Children's Choir
Friday, 11th
9:30-11am Bible Study - Acts
Sunday, 13th
10-11:30am Learning About LIFE Program (Gr 5/6)
Monday, 14th
6:30-8:30pm Common Leadership Night
Tuesday, 15th
5:45-6:45pm Centering Prayer
7-8:30pm Bible Study - Acts
Thursday, 17th
2:30/4:30pm Children's Choir
Friday, 18th
9:30-11am Bible Study - Acts
Sunday, 20th
La Petite/Family Program

School Committee:
About School Committee
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Meeting Minutes
Our next meeting will be January 14th at 6:30pm.
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. Suggested Snack List
Couples Trivia and movie night for children!!
Join us for pizza and a little friendly competition as teams of couples compete against each other in our annual trivia event. M ake this a family event! 
We will be providing a child friendly meal and movie to all children up to 10 years old
Space is limited so register early.
*Pre-registration is required for ALL children.
Registration is due by Monday, January 28th
Questions? Contact Debbie Klimko
Nanny Needed

One of our school families is looking for a nanny.  
If you have any recommendations, please let Bonita know and she'll pass on the information.
Thank you!

Mass Childcare:  
We are in need of volunteers to help with childcare during weekend Masses. Sign Up

Guardians & Angels:
The next preschool playgroup will be January 9th from 9:30-11am in the childcare room. Children participate at their own level with a parent or guardian.

Open Gym:
Bring your preschoolers to the school gym January 14th from 10-11:30am for some indoor playtime.

Mom's Group: 
The next session will be tomorrow, January 8th, 9:30-11am. Childcare is provided with pre-registration. Infants are welcome to stay with Mom.

Catholic Memorial Sneak Peek!
Wednesday, January 16th
6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
Attention All 6th, 7th & 8th Grade Families!
Prospective parents and students are invited to preview the CMH experience!
*Learn about the Catholic Memorial culture and curriculum from current CMH students*
*Experience classes with CMH teachers*
*Participate in a round table Q&A with current parents, faculty & staff*
*Learn about financial pathways to CMH*
And much more!

CMH 7th & 8th Grade Fun Friday 
Friday, January 11th
6:15 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
All 7th & 8th graders are invited to socialize with your future Catholic Memorial classmates!
Join us at CMH for a Pizza Party followed by a CMH Boys Varsity Basketball Game...All for FREE!
January 7, 2019
From the Desk of Ellen Knippel, Principal

Dear Parents,
Happy New Year! Welcome back on this blustery day! Even though the weather isn't the nicest, I think we are all ready to get back into the swing of school once again!

This week we will be beginning MAP testing. Students will be testing at various times this week and next. Your child's teacher will let you know times. Please try not to schedule appointments when testing will occur. Scores can be very different when students have to make up tests. We really appreciate your help with this.
  • Mark your calendars for Open House on Sunday, January 27th from 10 - 1pm.
  • With sadness we announce the death of Ms. Duellman-Arndt's father, Edward Duellman. Please keep Ms. Duellman-Arndt and her family in your prayers. Services are pending.
  • The end of the 2nd quarter will be on Thursday, January 24th. Friday, January 25th is an early (11:30) dismissal day. EDC will be available, but we will need preregistration in order to adequately staff. If you have a standing registration for that day, please confirm.
Mrs. Ellen Knippel
School News
Mission Wear, January 9th
Students should wear their iPromise mission shirts with uniform bottoms.
Classroom Coffees, January 10th and 11th
The next two Classroom Coffees will be with  Mrs. Kahler  (Gr 6) on Jan. 10th and
Mrs. Stubbs   (Gr 3) on Jan. 11th. If  you have a specific question,  s ubmit it with your RSVP so they can prepare.  All are welcome
2018-19 Classroom Coffee Schedule  
Upcoming: Jan. 17th - Mrs. Hawkins and Jan. 18th - Mrs. Hofbauer.

After-School Art Club, Jan. 11th and 18th
There are only a few spots left for the January Art Club. Students (all ages and limited to 25 students) stay after school for an hour on January 11th and 18th and focus on a space-themed project with Mrs. Drees. Cost is $20.  Info and Registration

Birthday Blessing Mass, January 16th
At the 7:45am Mass, students with January  birthdays will process in with Fr. Tony and be called forth and blessed after communion. Students receiving the birthday blessing may "dress up" on this day (no jeans, shorts, or sweat pants please!)

Let's Build It Engineering 
Jan. 29th-Mar. 19th 
Let's Build It - Wacky Waves! is an exhilarating, cutting-edge area of engineering. In this Winter session which will take place on Tuesdays from 2:25-3:25pm, students in Grades 1-6 will design, build, and test various circuits and electronic projects. Register by January 15th for the early bird price of $101.50. Information
Make A Difference
Offertory Gift Bearers
Will your family bring the gifts up at Mass once or twice this year?  Sign-up

Altar Servers
Sign up here to be a Mass Altar Server.

Hot Lunch Volunteers
Many helpers are still needed to serve lunch. Please consider volunteering - even once or twice a month. Your kids LOVE seeing you there! 11:30am-12:45pm.   Sign up for January slot. Questions? Contact Gina   

Lunch Room Helper
Circulate throughout the lunch room and assist children during lunch. Wipe down tables after lunch is completed. Time: 11:30am-12:30pm.  Sign up for a January slot . Questions? Contact Gina   

Playground Duty
Two supervisors are needed daily from 11:25am-12:45pm.  Sign Up Here  

School Volunteering
School Volunteer Opportunities

Children's Liturgy of the Word
Middle/high school and adult volunteers are needed during the 9am Mass each week!  sign up here.

Mass Childcare Volunteers
Volunteer to help  in the childcare room during any weekend Mass.

Valentines for Seniors, Now-Feb. 4th
All ages are welcome to make Valentines for Seniors to be delivered to area retirement communities. Pick up a packet in the Parish Office and return them by Feb. 4th. Sign up to deliver valentines Feb. 9-14.
Classroom Corner

The 6th grade girls' basketball team had a very merry practice!

First grade performed a nativity play.
Prayers, Celebrations, & Gratitude
Pray that all who enter your home will be treated with dignity and love, and that those who come there might find, as did the magi on their journey, the true and ever-living Christ. 

We would like to welcome Michael and Alyssa Cloherty and their children Brynn (Gr 2), Michael (Gr 1) and Ashley (Gr 5K) to our St. Anthony on the Lake School family! Please get in touch with the office if you'd like their contact information.

To Emily Unger for winning first place and Gabrielle Vieaux for winning second place in the 4th  grade level of the Knights of Columbus Christmas Poster Contest!  Posters were judged based on the expression of the true meaning of Christmas, originality, and artistic quality.

Geography Bee!
A big hand of applause for our National GeoBee finalists!  
First Place - Roman Brunner 
Second Place - Annika Tarwacki 
Third Place - Jack Goggins  
Roman will take an online test to qualify for participation in the State Geography Bee. 
Good Luck!
Join the  Scrip program  by purchasing gift cards for your every day purchases! Purchase Scrip after Mass, through school, or order onlineQuestions?  Scrip Coordinators
Box Tops 
Watch for the February Spring Collection Drive. Questions?  Angie Lois 
Do you have an athletic picture to share or game results? Send them to this email.

Calendar Raffle Winners can be found in the church bulletin.
Newsletter Submissons
Email MELANIE SOBOTKA at  commschool@stanthony.cc
Submissions due Friday for inclusion in the following Monday's newsletter