Middle School

Weekly Newsletter


Come Lord Jesus, Come

Merry Christmas!

As we near the end of our Advent season, I would like to wish you and your family a very Blessed Christmas. What better way to do that than with this beautiful artwork? 

This piece was created by 6th grader Vivian Polakowski. It was entered in a contest sponsored by The Compass newspaper.  Vivian won in the Grade 5-6 category! Her entry will be sent on to the National Missions Contest, which gets judged in July. Her entry will be featured in the December 30th Compass newspaper and will be displayed on their website during the Christmas season.

Vivian’s work shows the beauty and glory of our Savior’s birth. May we all rejoice! We look forward to sharing the Christmas season with the students upon our return.

Merry Christmas!

Mrs. Meyer

Christmas Caroling

Today the 7th and 8th grade orchestra students went caroling around the school! Students and staff enjoyed listening to their beautiful Christmas music.

Gingerbread Houses

Our 5th grade students added some festive cheer to our hallway this week.The gingerbread houses are so unique and creative! Thank you Mrs. Hildeman and the fifth graders for this decorative addition to the 5th grade hallway.

Lost and Found

Please click here to take a look at the Lost and Found items we have collected to see if any belong to your family. Your child can pick their things up from the office lobby. We recently cleaned out the Locker Rooms so there are a lot more things waiting to be claimed!


All lost and found items will be donated after December 22nd!

The Scholastic Book Fair is Coming!

Get ready! The Scholastic Book Fair will be here from January 3 - 9. This year say goodbye to cash and hello to eWallet - your child’s digital payment account. Before the fair set up the eWallet for worry free, cash free purchases.


If you can’t make it to the fair, then shop at our school’s Online Book Fair. All orders ship directly to your home, and shipping is free for book orders over $25. Your online orders will also benefit our school. 


Visit our Book Fair homepage to learn more and get started with the eWallet and online shopping.

XMS School Day Start Time

Please remember that the Xavier Middle School school day begins at 8:00 am. This means that all students should be in their homerooms and seated at 8:00, not being dropped off at that time. It allows all students to start the day together with prayer, pledge, and announcements. Thank you!

Reserve a spot for you and your child HERE

From the Scrip Office


The Scrip Office will be closed December 23rd - January 2nd



Upcoming Events

December 23 - January 2

  • No School - Christmas Break

Tuesday, January 3

  • Classes Resume
  • 9:30 - Mass

Wednesday, January 4

  • 3:30 - 4:30 - Campus Ministry Meeting

Thursday, January 5

  • 3:30 - 4:15 - Inside Out Cafe

Friday, January 6

  • 3:30 - 4:15 - Math Club
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