Pantene’s Wigs for Kids: Hair Donation Day – Friday, May 10th

This is an event that we have held for almost 20 years.  Girls who choose to get their hair cut donate 10 inches of hair to Pantene’s Wigs for Kids charity.  Boys can choose to pay $10 to get their head shaved.  This money goes to our local chapter of Sting Cancer.

Mrs. Shelly Pelishek, proud SBS parent and hair stylist, donates her time to help make this event successful.   Thank you, Shelly!

Carnival Day: Monday, June 3rd

Another tradition that was started last year – all pre-K-7 students will participate in various carnival games and activities.

More details to follow as we continue to organize.

Service Day: Friday, May 31st

Continuing a tradition that we started last year, students will be participating in various kinds of service on Friday, May 31st.

During the morning, we will continue our partnership with Aspiro.  Some of their clients will be here to participate in a run/walk around the block of school.  All students will be in a mixed age group with St. Bernard students and some of the clients from Aspiro.

 

More details to follow as we continue to organize the day.

Conference Sign Up

  • Conference sign up is now closed.  If you would like to request a conference, please call the school office:  920 468 5026.

 

  • Middle school conferences will be held in the gym as they were in the Fall.

6th Grade at Camp Tekakwitha

Be praised, my Lord, for Sister Water, who is very useful to us, and humble and precious and pure. ~St. Francis of Assisi~

We are so grateful to Mr. Joe and Mr. Tom for sharing their canoe and s’mores expertise with us! Thanks for making this trip possible!!

 

Prayer before (a delicious!) breakfast.

Don’t wake the spider!

“Kateri often went into the woods to pray. There she saw the beauty of God’s creation. She would make twig crosses as reminders to pray. The people of Kateri’s village made life very difficult for her, though, because of her Catholic faith. Even so, she continued to follow Jesus each day.” – Patricia Mathson