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 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
April 1
1:30pm Stations of the Cross with students
2:30pm Reader's Theater
2:30pm You Be the Chemist
6pm Vespers
April 2
Tuna Tuesday
2:30pm Chess Scholars
6:30pm Athletics Mtg
April 3
iPromise Mission Shirts/uniform bottoms
7:45am Birthday Blessing Mass (April)
2:30pm You Be the Chemist
Quick Links

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262-524-0667 - First Student
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Parish Connection  
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
11:45am-12:45pm Biblical Walk Thru Mass Video
Monday, 1st
Tuesday, 2nd
9:30-11am Mom's Group 
5:45pm Centering Prayer 
7-8:30pm Bible Study: Acts 
Wednesday, 3rd
5-5:45pm Schola 
Thursday, 4th 
2:30pm Children's Choir 
5pm Junior Retreat Packing Mtg
6:30-8:30pm Alpha 
Friday 5th
Junior Retreat Begins
9:30-11am Bible Study: Acts 
6-6:30pm Stations of the Cross
Saturday, 6th
11am-12pm Schola 
Sunday, 7th 
Junior Retreat Ends 
11:45am-12:45pm  Biblical Walk Thru Mass Video

School Committee:
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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!)

Summer EXPLORE! Camps 2019
Summer EXPLORE! provides learning and social opportunities for boys entering grades 3-9. A variety of programs will be offered in Computer Science, History, Science, German, Visual Arts, Music, and Academics, Arts & Athletics.
or pick up a brochure outside of Bonita's office
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 25, 2019
From the Desk of Ellen Knippel, Principal

Dear Parents,
Happy Spring! I think the weather might be finally showing signs of Spring!

Thanks to all families who have supported our "Coins for a Cure" efforts. Our total after 2 weeks comes to over $900! Our leaders are 3K, gr 6, and gr 2. Just an FYI, we will continue to collect coins until April 11th.  However, we will hold any coins collected on Wednesdays to be added on Thursdays. There just isn't enough time to sort coins before Mass. Keep those coins coming in!

Also, a reminder that Friday, March 29th is a faculty in-service day. No school for students!

Mrs. Knippel
School News
Found on K.I.S.S. Day   
Do you know who owns them? Contact  Bonita.

Also found:  
Casio watch.  Contact Bonita

First Student (Waukesha) Bus Riders
Transportation Registration, April 1-June 15th
Students residing within the Waukesha School District (First Student Bus Riders) who would like busing to St. Anthony for the 2019-20 school year will need to complete the online transportation request form by June 15th. A confirmation email will be sent after each request is submitted online so you will know the District received it. Evonne Johnson, Transportation Coordinator for Waukesha, can be reached at  (262) 970-1150.

Brewers Out of Uniform Day, March 28th
It's the end of Q3 and to celebarte Spring and the Brewers' home opener, students may wear Brewer gear with non-uniform bottoms.  If you don't have any Brewers' clothing, feel free to wear Navy Blue!

Girls' Hollywood Lock-In, March 28th
The all-girl lock-in is this Thursday. Girls were assigned a snack or drink to bring. Please see left margin for more details.

After-School Art Club, April 5th and 12th
It's time to register for the April Art Club. Students (all ages and limited to 25) stay after school for an hour to focus on art inspired by bunnies and baskets with Mrs. Drees. Cost is $20. Info and Registration

Birthday Blessing Mass, April 3rd
At the 7:45am Mass, students with April  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!)

Mission Wear, April 3rd
Students should wear their blue iPromise shirts with uniform bottoms. 

Father/Daughter Dance, April 12th
It's a Luau! Luau attire not required, leis will be provided. The dance will be from 7-9pm in the PLC on April 12th. This year's fundraiser is to help pave the shoulders on Golf Rd in Delafield in honor of Dr. Brian Yagoda ( Paving Lives - the Brian Yagoda Memorial Fund), a former parishioner and school family member, who passed away after being hit by a vehicle while riding a bicycle. Please register for the dance by March 28th.  Info and Registration.

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
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 or an April slot. Questions? Contact Gina   
This week:  
We need ONE on Wed, Mar 27

Lunch Room Helper - 1 per day
Give Mrs. Knippel a lunch break! Circulate throughout the lunch room to assist children. Also, wipe down tables after lunch. Time: 11:30am-12:30pm.  Sign up for  a March slot or an April slot.  Questions? Contact Gina   
This week:
We have NO ONE on Mon, Mar 25
We have NO ONE on Tues, Mar 26
We have NO ONE on Wed, Mar 27

Playground Duty - 2 per day
We are in great need of more volunteers! Two  are needed daily from 11:25am-12:45pm. V olunteers allow the teachers to have a lunch break. The kids also LOVE seeing you! 
This week: 
We need ONE more Mon, Mar 25
We need ONE more Tues, Mar 26
and  all week Apr 1-5.

School Volunteering
School Volunteer Opportunities

Children's Liturgy of the Word
Middle/high school and adult volunteers are needed during the 9am Masses -  sign up here .

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).
Classroom Corner

Fr. Tony spoke to students about the history of St. Anthony on the Lake. He explained the meanings and origins of many of the statues, stained glass, paintings, and memorials in our Gathering Space.

Students were able to watch part of March Madness during their lunch period.

First grade played "sight word bingo" with parishioners from St. Anthony's Young at Heart group.
Prayers, Celebrations, & Gratitude
Today, March 25th, is the t he Feast of the Annunciation of the Lord which marks the visit of the angel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary, during which he told her that she would be the mother of the Son of God. Celebrate and give thanks on this day which is nine months before Christmas.
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:
April 2nd and 16th from 9:30-11am

Guardians & Angels:
April 10th from 9:30-11am 

Open Gym:
April 15th from 10-11:30am

Field Trip: 
April 24th: Meet at The Children's Play Gallery in Oconomowoc from 9:00-11:30am. The cost is $8.00 per child. 
Ladies in grades 6-12 are invited to join this select singing ensemble which sings for Living Stations on Good Friday and the Easter Vigil. Rehearsals begin this week, Wednesdays at 5pm and Saturdays at 11am. We are flexible with your busy schedules! Join us!

Pius XI Catholic High School offers a number of athletic and academic enrichment summer camps for grades 4-9.

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.

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.
Newsletter Submissons
Submissions due Friday for inclusion in the following Monday's newsletter