Our program will be held in the Gathering Area and the church. Art can be viewed in the Gathering Area at 6:00PM prior to the music program and again after the program. Seating in the church will open at 6:15 and students are to report to classrooms at 6:20. The concert will begin at 6:30.
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Come and join Clifford for a slice of pizza andbuild a book night with your family. Clifford will be at Resurrection’s book fair on March 15 for a pizzadinner. Join us at 5:30 for a pizza dinner and build a book night for only $5.00 per family. The book fairwill run March 12th-18th in the school cafeteria and gathering area after masses.
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Attention all Dodgeball players….Time to get those throwing arms in shape. Sign up for thefamily dodgeball tournament coming to the FAC on Sunday, March 18th from 1pm to 4pm in the school office or go to: www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0F4BAEAE2E5-dodgeball
The school and parish are joining forces to support Operation Rice Bowl during lent. We are asking students to give money to their classroom rice bowl. Each week the classroom rice bowls will be emptied and the collection will be charted on the bulletin board across from the schooloffice so all can see what a difference one school can make. The money raised through OperationRice Bowl is used to provide clean drinking water, food, irrigation systems and more to areas that areimpoverished. Visit www.orb.crs.org for more information about Operation Rice Bowl.
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Many thanks to everyone involved in the Auction. It was a huge success! Final numbers will be available soon! http://www.gbresauction.org/
Students had a pep rally last Friday and an open house/pancake breakfast over this past weekend. Monday students share their personal reflections and gratitude for being able to attend Resurrection. Tuesday the middle school students will head over to Nativity for a 6th-8th grade GRACE system mass and our K-5th graders will have a prayer service in church around 10:00AM. Feel free to join our prayer service. Wednesday the students will play “are you smarter than a Res teacher”
Students participated in a Pep Rally on Friday to kick-ff Catholic Schools Week. Click here to see the article on the Press-Gazette website.
Check out the creative monsters the 4th graders created. They formed a partnership with students at Notre Dame Elem. in De Pere to learn about communication, and descriptive writing using Monster Exchange.
Wisconsin Public Service Foundation recognizes that educators of today are too often faced with the struggle of having to do more with less. In response to this increasing demand, they are supporting our educators with the Innovative Educator Grant. Resurrection Catholic School has received this Grant to start a middle school Lego Robotics club. Thanks to the committee that helped write the Grant. The committee included Mrs. Krahn, Mrs. Zeller, and Mrs. McAllister and a special thanks to Jackie Crown for organizing the Grant information and submitting it for us.
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There is still time to pick up gifts for Christmas at the book fair. If you can’t get there in person check out the online fair at www.scholastic.com/schoolbookfairs. The online fair will run through November 25th. More great titles available there. Shipping to school is free and sales help supply books for the school library.