November 9th, 4-8pm
Delicious meatballs, piping hot mostaccioli, and marinara sauce will be served along with warm Italian bread,
a fresh dinner salad, and
Food will be prepared and served by the 8th grade parents and students to help fund the class trip to Washington D.C.!
Order tickets here:
Mostaccioli Madness Flyer or Online
7:45am Children's Mass
6:30pm Athletics Mtg
2:30pm School Mass Singers
NO HOT LUNCH - BRING COLD
Gr 8 Testing Catholic Schools
12:30-3:15pm St. John's Military Academy FT (Gr 5-8)
2:30pm Art Club
6:30pm School Committee Mtg
2:30pm Chess Club
7:45am Veteran's Mass
2:30pm School Mass Singers
End of First Trimester
Spirit Wear w/non-uniform bottoms
2:30pm Art Club
The next meeting will be November 11th 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.
Sunday, November 10th at 10am
EXTENDED DEADLINE -November 8th, 2019
Want to make this event extra special, please submit your registration right away!
All girls at St. Anthony are encouraged to attend with mom, grandma or any special woman in their life. This is a fun event, with a craft, games, brunch and chance to mingle with others from St. Anthony School.
St. Anthony on the Lake Parish
Our parish offers several programs for preschool-aged children and their guardians.
at 6:30pm at Creative License DIY Art Studio in Pewaukee.
Women's Advent Reflection
BE OUR GUEST
at the DSHA Production of
Beauty and the Beast
Nov. 7 & 8
Starring St. Anthony alumna
>>Check out our
for details of the other performances and activities for those special weekends!
2019 Women of Christ Conference
Saturday, Nov. 9th 9am-5pm
The 11th annual
WOMEN OF CHRIST® CONFERENCE
will be held November 9th, 2019 at Washington County Fair Park, West Bend.
Come and See, He Delights in Y
is the theme
with 4:00pm Mass celebrated by Archbishop Jerome Listecki. Outstanding speakers include, Bishop Donald Hying, Steve Ray, Kimberly Hahn, and Derya Little. Confession and Adoration available all day. Group (5 or more) and online discounts apply.
From the Desk of Ellen Knippel, Principal
Well, November and winter is upon us! I never thought I would need to give winter weather instructions yet, but here it goes!
Winter outdoor dress code is on p.21 in the handbook. In a nutshell, students may play out on the grassy areas if they are wearing boots and snow pants. If the playground is wet and slushy, students will be asked to play closer to the building where it is more sheltered and dry. If the playground is relatively dry students do not have to wear boots (especially if they are playing kickball and basketball.) If you prefer to have your child wear boots at all times, please let us know. If the grass is too wet or muddy, everyone stays on the blacktop. Often it is a day-to-day call. Of course, please send mittens and hats daily as all students go outside at least once per day.
For snow closures, rule of thumb states that if Kettle Moraine closes, we close. This year I will be sending out a text via Call-Fire when we have a closing. I will also send notification to the TV stations in our area.
I hate to sound like a broken record, but
we are having a huge problem with tardy students! This last week we had 114!! Reminder: the first bell rings at 7:20 and the tardy bell rings at 7:25. The car rider lines get very slow at 7:22. I realize we had a snowy morning, but we are still having too many tardy students. I begin prayer at 7:30 and our day begins. It is very disruptive for teachers to have to wait or begin their lesson repeatedly for every student that comes in late. Could we please try to leave home 5 minutes earlier? I am always outside helping by 7:10 and there is also supervision for students in the lobby area beginning at that time. Let's see if we can drastically reduce that number this week! Thanks, everyone, for your help with this!
Also - here's one more reminder that everyone needs to bring cold lunch on Friday. Thank you!
Mrs. Ellen Knippel
For Your Protection: 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.
Adult Volunteers and Chaperones
working with children in any capacity within the school or parish are required to take the Archdiocese's Safe Environment training. There are several
offered in Lake Country.
Basketball Superfan Admission and Superfan t-shirts
For $30 a year you will receive free admission to ALL basketball games for your entire family. No cash needed; no pass needed! Your family name will be on the Superfan list at the admissions table for each league and tournament game played at
St. Anthony on the Lake School.
t-shirts are also available for $10. Great gift for school and parish families! The Superfan t-shirt can be worn on Spirit Wear days at school! Youth and adult sizes available.
After School Art Club, Dec.
Christmas Concert News
Our Christmas Concert will be done slightly differently this year. Click
for more info.
Delivery will be in December in time for Christmas. All orders will be sent home with the kids unless you indicate CHRISTMAS on your order or email Amy Miller and let her know NOT to send it with kids.
NO HOT LUNCH, Nov. 8th
On Friday there will be a large funeral at St. Anthony, and the parish will need to use the school kitchen. Therefore, all students are asked to bring cold lunch.
Mostaccioli Madness, Nov. 9th
to the PLC (school cafeteria) on Nov. 9th between 4-8pm and enjoy a delicious Mostaccioli dinner prepared and served by the 8th graders.
Information and Ticket Order
Mother/Daughter/Special Person Brunch, Nov. 10th
is at 10am at Delafield Brewhaus.
Deadline Extended! Please RSVP by Nov. 8th!
This week's helper:
Hot Lunch Volunteers/Lunchroom Helpers
This week's servers:
Fri - Need One
We encourage EVERYONE to volunteer at our school and parish. It's our culture and fosters a strong sense of community. How can you find something that fits in with your schedule? Check out our school volunteer webpage. Check often for new opportunities!
Playground Duty - 2 per day
Need One More
Need One More
School Volunteer Opportunities
Children's Liturgy of the Word
Grade 6 and up are needed during the 9am Masses.
Mass Childcare Volunteers
Childcare Volunteers for Special Programs/Meetings
The childcare room is looking for volunteers (grade 6 and up) to help out at upcoming special events.
Healing Hearts Meal, Nov. 11
Provide a light meal
that will be served to grieving children and their families at the Healing Hearts program in Waukesha.
8th graders practiced their dissection skills on tangerines. This week they will move onto frogs.
Students in Mrs. Leslie's class enjoyed last week's snowfall.
Prayers, Celebrations, & Gratitude
Pray for those in our community who have lost a loved one over the past year. There will be a Memorial Mass this Thursday at 6:30pm.
Submit prayer requests, celebrations or a thank you to
Great Lakes Scrip has made us aware of a change in the reload process on Shopwithscrip.com. Roundy's has changed their policy and will no longer allow reload of their cards. This is a Roundy/Kroger's Brand decision and out of the hands of Great Lakes Scrip. Thanks for your understanding. Physical cards are still available in $25, $50, and $100 amounts.
Purchase Scrip after Mass, through school, or order
For $30 your family can receive free admission to ALL home basketball games. Superfan t-shirts are also available for $10. Deadline for Superfan shirts is Nov. 19th.
Do you have an athletic picture to share or game results? Send them to