You're In The Game Show!!
Parent Night Out!
It's a Game Show Showdown! 
Come battle it out with other St. Anthony parents in an immersive game show experience with engaging hosts and a mix of game shows!
Wheel of Fortune! Price is Right! Family Feud!

Saturday, May 4th 
Game Show Battle Rooms in Brookfield

Upcoming Dates
March 18
1:30pm Stations of the Cross with students
2:30pm Reader's Theater
2:30pm You Be the Chemist
3:30-5:30pm Frozen Musical Auditions (Gr 5-8)
6pm Vespers
March 19
Tuna Tuesday
Spirit Wear Day w/ non-uniform bottoms
5-8pm Culver's Night - Teachers Serve!
March 20
7:45am Birthday Blessing Mass (March) - Gr 6
2:30pm You Be the Chemist
March 21
March 22
Culver's Patrons Out-of-Uniform Day
2:30pm Art Club
March 23/24
3K and 7th Grade Mass Greeters (iPromise shirts)
March 25
1:30pm Stations of the Cross with students
2:30pm Reader's Theater
2:30pm You Be the Chemist
6pm Vespers
March 26
Tuna Tuesday
March 27
7:45am Children's Mass - Gr 5
8:45am First Stage FT (Gr 3-5, cold lunch/uniform)
2:30pm You Be the Chemist
March 28
End of Q3
Brewer's Out-of-Uniform Day!
7:30am Band
7-9pm (Gr K3-2)/7pm-8am (Gr 3-8)  Girls' Lock-In
March 29
No School - In Service
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Parish Connection  
Monday, 18th
6:30-8:30pm Finance Council
6:30-7pm Vespers
Tuesday, 19th
9:30-11am Mom's Group - Mary's Way of the Cross 
5:45-6:45pm Centering Prayer 
7-8:30pm Bible Study - Acts 
Wednesday, 20th
6:30-8:30pm 10th/11th Gr Confirmation Session
Thursday, 21st
2:30pm Children's Choir 
6:15-8pm Middle in the Middle (Sky Zone)
6:30-8:30pm Alpha 
Friday, 22nd
9:30-11am Bible Study - Acts
6-6:30pm Stations of the Cross
Sunday, 24th 
11:45am-12:45pm Biblical Walk Thru the Mass Video
Monday, 25th 
6:30-7:30pm Spark!
6:30-7pm Vespers 
Tuesday, 26th
9:30-11am Sticky Faith
5:45-6:45pm Centering Prayer
Wednesday, 27th
9:30-11am Guardians & Angels Playgroup
5-5:45am Schola (lady singers Gr 6-12)
Thursday, 28th
6:30-8:30pm Alpha 
Friday, 29th
9:30-11am Bible Study: Acts
6-6:30pm Stations of the Cross
Saturday, 30th
11am-12pm Schola
Sunday, 31st
11:45-12:45am Biblical Walk Thru Mass Video

School Committee:
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Meeting Minutes
Our next meeting will be at 6:30pm on April, 8th.
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
(not just Girl Scouts!)
 Girls Register Here by March 21st 

March 18, 2019
From the Desk of Ellen Knippel, Principal

Dear Parents,

Happy second week of Lent!

Thanks to all of you for coming to celebrate KISS Day on Friday! We had a turnout of over 450 people! A huge THANK YOU to Kate Wimmer and Jayna Dryer for organizing this year's event! Thanks also to the many volunteers who came to set up, cook, serve, and clean up! Finally, thanks to our photographer, Bill O'Keefe! This is an event in which our students look forward to all year.

Our Lenten service project, Coins for a Cure, is going really well!! Keep sending in those coins! Also, we've already filled one box of tuna and are on to box #2. Keep those can coming!

Wednesday, March 20th, is Birthday Blessing at 7:45 Mass for all of our March Birthday students. Anyone with a March Birthday will process in with Fr. Tony and be called forth for a special blessing after communion. Students may dress up for this Mass (please, no jeans or sweats).

Come join us for Culver's Night tomorrow, Tuesday, March 19th. This is a Teacher Night, so come and be served dinner by one of the teachers or staff! Culver's out-of-uniform day is Friday, March 22nd, for those able to attend. You can get your dress-down pass in the restaurant or the Drive Thru!
Enjoy this spring weather!!

Lenten Blessings!
Mrs. Knippel
School News
- Save the Date - 
School Spring Concert 
Thursday, May 23rd at 6:30pm.

Clarificiation - Busing to different stop
Your child MUST have a hard-copy bus pass in hand in order to ride the bus with someone else
(or get off at a different stop).
The  online End of Day Change doesn't count! 
Please, if your child is riding with someone else, download the Temporary Bus Pass (or the End of Day Change Form), complete it, and turn it in to the office for approval. That's the only way the bus driver will allow your child to board the bus.

Spirit Wear, March 19th
Students can wear spirit wear tops with non-uniform bottoms.

Culver's Night - Teachers Serve!, March 19th
Dine at Culver's on Grandview Blvd. between 5-8pm and 10% of your purchase will be donated to our school! Our teachers (and Mrs. Knippel) will be serving the food. Get an out-of-uniform pass for March 22nd as an extra treat!

Our Culver's profit for January and February was $648.00!  Great job, fellow diners!!

Birthday Blessing Mass, March 20th
At the 7:45am Mass, students with March  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!)

Girls' Lock-In Registration Due, March 21st
Please send in the registration form and payment for your girl(s) by this Thursday if they plan to attend the all girl lock-in on March 28th.

Coins for a Cure, Now-April 12th
Bring pennies and dollars to increase the total amount of money for your class. Bring nickels, dimes, and quarters to place into the bucket of another class because silver coins "decrease" the dollar amount. Please no foreign currency or play money. Money raised will be donated to G9 pediatric cancer research. 

Tuna Tuesdays, Tuesdays throughout Lent
Students are encouraged to bring in cans of tuna for our local food pantry. The cans will be displayed in the front entrance by our prayer wall.

Chess Scholars Spring Chess Club
Gr K-8, no previous experience necessary.
Tuesdays, April 2nd-May 28th (no class 4/23),  2:25-3:25pm at our school.  Register
by 3/19 for $94.50 early bird price. Please note the course code should be "SAY4.2.19". The flyer is missing a character.
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 - 2 per day
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 a March slot.  Questions? Contact Gina   
This week:  
We have NO ONE on Wed, Mar 20

Lunch Room Helper - 1 per day
Gives Mrs. Knippel a lunch break by circulating throughout the lunch room and assisting children during lunch - also wiping down tables after lunch is completed. Time: 11:30am-12:30pm.  Sign up for  a March slot. Questions? Contact Gina   
This week:
We have NO ONE on Mon, Mar 18
We have NO ONE on Tues, Mar 19
We have NO ONE on Wed, Mar 20
We have NO ONE on Fri, Mar 22

Playground Duty - 2 per day
We are in great need of more volunteers to help out on the playground. Two  are needed daily from 11:25am-12:45pm. V olunteers allow the teachers to be to able to have a lunch break. The kids also LOVE seeing you out there.   Sign Up Here  
This week: 
All slots are filled!  THANK YOU!

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!

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

Habitat for Humanity Birdhouse Build, 
April, 6th
Come build and paint a birdhouse to benefit Habit for Humanity from 10am-12pm. Meet at Habitat's office in Waukesha. Purchase your own creation for $15 or donate it to be sold at their ReStore (ages 8+).

Start Spring Cleaning!, April 6-7th
The St. Vincent de Paul donation truck will be in the church parking lot the weekend of April 6-7th. Household and clothing items can be donated (no tv's).

Chaperones Needed!, July 20th-27th
Do you have basic home repair skills or an interest in developing them? Please consider volunteering to chaperone our Junior/Senior Mission Trip with Appalachian Service Project July 20-27th. Contact Ann Fons.
Classroom Corner

Students celebrated KISS day with their special guests. Entertainment included a performance by Irish Trinity Dance.

The 7th graders helped the 1st graders count the coins brought in for the Coins for a Cure drive.
Prayers, Celebrations, & Gratitude
March 19th is the Feast Day of St. Joseph. We don't know much about him other than that he listened to God in his dreams and cared for Jesus and Mary. Pray that we listen and not be afraid to trust as Joseph did.
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 
Keep collecting those Box Tops!!
Contact  Angie Lois .  

Do you have an athletic picture to share or game results? Send them to this email.

Planning Meeting:
April 1st from 9:30-11am

Mom's Group:
March 19th from 9:30-11am

Guardians & Angels:
March 27th from 9:30-11am 

Open Gym:
March 18th from 10-11:30am

Field Trip: 
Run, jump, and bounce with us to burn off cabin fever at Heat Athletics in Sussex on March 20 from 9:30-11! Cost is $5 per family.

Right to Life Rummage Sale
The annual Rummage/Bake Sale sponsored by the Waukesha Right to Life Chapter will be Saturday, March 30th from 8am-5pm at St. Joseph's Gym (841 Martin St., Waukesha).
March 18th Audition Form 

A Conversation about Sex Trafficking in OUR Communities
Tuesday, March 19 | 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Human trafficking IS modern day slavery and its happening right here in OUR Communities.
Human Sex Trafficking is big business for organized crime and for local pimps. Its one of those crimes that is hidden in plain sight - meaning, most of the victims go to school, church and live in stable homes. It`s hard to see they are even a victim. Research shows that the average age of recruitment into the commercial sex industry is 12-14 years old and that victims come from every race, ethnicity and socioeconomic background.
Come learn how youth and adults are being coerced into slavery, why they can't see their way out, and how we can keep our families safe.
Keynote Speaker: Theresa Flores  - Best-selling author of "The Slave Across the Street," survivor of sex trafficking and nationally known advocate. Flores shares how she was enslaved at the age of 15 while living with unsuspecting parents in an upper middle-class suburb.
Local Perspective:
Brad Schimel Waukesha County Circuit Court Judge,
former Wisconsin Attorney General
Paul Farrow: Waukesha County Executive
Followed by a Panel of Experts
Register and More Information at www.ConvTrafficking.orgĂ‚ 
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Pius XI Catholic High School offers a number of athletic and academic enrichment summer camps for grades 4-9.

Join school and parish families for Mass outdoors, a tailgate and Brewer's Game.

Catholic Memorial
Open to all 4-8th graders. League starts June 10th and ends July 22nd.
Sign up for 6 weeks of league play and 6 practices for only $185!

Catholic Memorial
J unior Crusaders Football Registration Now Open!
Students in grades 4-8 are invited to be a part of the WINNING TRADITION at CMH!
Full contact tackle football with emphasis on player skills development and education.
Early bird registration goes until March 31st.

March 17, 2019
1:00PM to 4:00PM
Current 3rd-7th graders are welcome to attend a 
FREE Junior Crusader Football Combine at Catholic Memorial.
Participate in football drills, meet new players, work with current CMH Varsity players, sign up for the 2019 season. Parents are encouraged to stay to attend a football safety presentation and overview of the Jr. Crusader Football Program.
Register Today  and click on Youth Programs

Catholic Memorial
2019 Summer Camps
Available for students entering grades 1-12
Summer camps are a great way for kids to get active, build their skill sets and meet new friends!
There are opportunities for every interest from athletics, drama, arts, science and much more!
Register Today and click on Summer Camps!

Calendar Raffle Winners can be found in the church bulletin.
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