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  • SAINT JUDE THE APOSTLE SCHOOL NEWSLETTER Number 21 January 31, 2018 Let Your Light Shine


    January 31st All-school Mass at 8:15 February 2nd Student Trivia Night February 3rd Abby Bunzel Skate Night February 4th Super Bowl February 5th Faculty Meeting Blood Drive February 6th Grade 8 Graduation Photos February 7th All-school Mass at 8:15 VIP Candids February 8th VIP Candids and Clubs

    PLAYGROUND SUPERVISION January 31st Caroline/Matt Gittins, Maureen Goetz, Jamee LeMonds, Matt/Amanda Beihoff, Adrienne Conradson February 1st Jason Gehler, Rachelle Cannestra, Bob Maranan, Claire Ryan, Julie Rehmann, Shari Andrews February 2nd Boris Turcinovic, Amy Vallejo, Michelle Pape, Clare Cady, Therese Milbrath, Sarah Klajbor February 5th Mary Thomas, Jennifer Steiner, Emily Steiner, Tracey Mike, Daphne Duffy, Stephanie Mackin February 6th Kevin Tucker, Mark/Sharon Gosz, Liv O’Callaghan, Lindsey Konieczka, Anne Kissack February 7th Jen Walker, Marcy Hunter, Cat Yee Cramton, Shelley Clausen, Kelly Watzka, Heidi Toth

    (A list of those willing to be called as substitutes can be found on a separate page of the newsletter.)


    Weekly Lunch Menu

    Lunch Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer

    January 31st Bagels, Salad, Yogurt Deb Schill Bea Stoll Christina Fugmann

    February 1st Sub Sandwiches Catherine Fleming Molly Bell Mary Thomas

    February 2nd Pizza Adrienne Conradson Erin Groth Liz Bergan

    February 5th Chicken Sandwich Courtney Hanson Kristin Dugan

    February 6th Barbeque Meatballs Deb Schill Amy Leahy

    February 7th Mac ‘n Cheese Kathleen Moloney Bridget Sullivan

    The newsletter is prepared each weekend. Please send submissions to [email protected] by Saturday mornings. The latest anything can be accepted is Monday at noon.

    March Lunch orders are due February 14th.

    Our Campus Code is 13b.

    Any questions regarding the school lunch program should be directed

    to Deb Schill at 414-975-0210 or Celeste Stick at 414-333-9227.

    The link for ordering lunches is

    If this doesn’t work for you, you may have to switch your browser.

    February 3rd 5:00 PM Steven Thomas Luke Thomas

    Lucas Wagner Adam Wagner

    February 4th 9:00 AM Parker Thompson Maura Walsh

    Meghan Walsh Peter Arnsdorf

    11:00 AM Evie Cantwell Mary Deshotels

    Catherine Finerty Daniel Finerty


    Enjoy private ice skating at the Pettit Center hockey rink on February 24, 2018 from 1:00-2:00 PM followed by an hour of hot cocoa, coffee, and treats in the Hall of Fame

    banquet room overlooking the oval and hockey rinks. This is a family-friendly event for all levels of skaters.

    Skate rentals included. $50 per family.

    To sign up, please call Rebekah Blaskowski at 414-258-8821.

    Student Trivia Night is this Friday, February 2nd.

    Doors open at 5:30. First question read at 6:00 PM. Entry Fee - $10.00 per person

    Checks payable to Saint Jude School. See separate page of the newsletter for more information.

    Saturday February 3rd.

    Please see separate page of the newsletter for more information and the registration link.

  • 2018


    Thank you to so many people who helped make this year’s Winterfest celebration so special in every way.

    First and foremost, thank you once again to Kate Harteau and Anne Mueller and their families for chairing this event.

    The time, energy, dedication and effort they put into making everything so wonderful can’t begin to be calculated.

    This was the first year for Kate and Anne chairing this event and they did such a magnificent job. Thanks also to the Waldoch family who have passed on the torch after a number of years of chairing the event.

    We are most grateful.

    The Bunzel family came through once again and outdid themselves by providing the most delicious food which was enjoyed throughout the afternoon. We are very thankful to you!

    We are most appreciative for the Home and School Association, its presidents, Jen and Tom Olejniczak, the other officers and members for sponsoring and working countless hours to provide this

    fun-raiser, friend-raiser and fund-raiser which benefits all. What an outstanding job you all do!

    Thank you to the teachers who turned out in full force, as did the army of parents and Middle School students to help in so many capacities -

    working in the kitchen, running the games, creatively painting the faces, collecting the tickets, and filling all the roles needed

    to make for a splendid, fun-filled day for young and old alike. Thank you so much!

    Finally, to all who supported by your presence and participation, we thank you. The overwhelming support this event receives

    is so greatly appreciated! The proceeds for this and all Home and School fundraisers help to enhance the many programs which benefit all the Saint Jude School community.

    K3 Grace Malone

    K4 Katie Eckl

    K5 Gavin Mackin

    Grade 1 Zach Ostrowski

    Grade 2 Steve Pape

    Grade 3 Matt Schoenwald

    Congratulations to the

    Winners of the

    Grade 4 Jackie Powell

    Grade 5 Deb Schill

    Grade 6 Rachael Carter

    Grade 7 Neven Torres

    Grade 8 Mary Murray

  • All students in grades 1 - 8 enjoyed bowling on Tuesday. Whether an expert or someone new to the game, it was a great

    experience for everyone.

    The kindergarten students enjoyed a

    special presentation about therapy dogs. Learning about how these special animals assist others and help

    provide affection, love and companionship to others was a lesson in how even a dog can

    let his/her light shine.

  • Hands-on Science Works for 5K Students

    Building a volcano and then watching it erupt was a great way for the 5K students to learn about the earth’s surface and how it changes once a volcano erupts.

    It’s a New Year!

    Tired of what you wore last year? Some things around the house no longer looking as good as they once did even though they’re in good shape?

    If you’re looking to move things on as you get new clothes or household items, please do keep the Saint Jude Thrift Shop in mind.

    You can donate gently used clothing, toys and household items that are in good condition. (The Thrift Shop is not able to accept televisions or computer equipment.)

    Donations may be dropped off at any time at the shed which is located near the Wauwatosa Day Care door.

    The Thrift Shop is on the basement level of the Community Center/ Wauwatosa Day Care and is open each Wednesday and Saturday

    from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

  • Cy Jung Blood Drive

    Saint Jude will be sponsoring the upcoming Cy Jung Blood Drive on Monday, February 5th

    from 2:30 - 6:30 PM in the cafeteria.

    All blood donations are so greatly appreciated and always needed by area hospitals. If you can help,

    please contact Linda Johnson at 414-454-0615 or email [email protected] to schedule an appointment

    or go online at

    Thank you!

    Saint Jude Plans Lenten Morning

    The Women of Saint Jude will sponsor a Morning of Reflection on Ash Wednesday, February 14th, focusing on the death and crucifixion of Jesus through the eyes of his mother.

    The event will begin with a continental breakfast at 9:00 AM, followed by the presentation at 9:30 in the Saint Jude Activity Center.

    Joan Carey, will lead the presentation. She is the founder of Firstfruits Apostolate, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women grow spiritually.

    The morning is open to the public. Admission is $10 and reservations are due by February 8th. To make a reservation, please send your check to Women of Saint Jude, 734 Glenview Avenue, Wauwatosa, WI 53213.

    Please park south of the church and enter at the west school door.

    Please Pray for... Mrs. Emily Taylor, grandmother of Paul (Adrienne)

    Conradson and great-grandmother of Auggie, Oliver and

    Greta. Mrs. Taylor died last week. Mrs. Taylor’s funeral

    will be Thursday at 12:00 at Saint Camillus.

    Mrs. Kuehmichel’s daughter, Beth, who is ill.

    Mrs. Marian Forsyth who is seriously ill. Mrs. Forsyth is

    the mother of Amy Vallejo and grandmother of Saint Jude

    students, Bennett and Camila.

    Mrs. Susan Konzal who is ill.

    Peace in our country and our world.

    Those suffering from the effects of natural disasters and

    violence in our country and throughout the world.

    Play the fastest game on two feet!

    • Season runs in spring • Youth teams for greades 3 - 8 • Flexible with other sports • Try-it sessions and skills camps • Girls’ program starting in 2018.

    For more information:

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