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"The Catholic school's proper function is to create for the school community a special atmosphere animated by the Gospel spirit of freedom and charity". Pope Paul VI


Thanksgiving Break

Posted on: November 23rd, 2015 | School News

Thanksgiving Break will begin on Wednesday, November 25 through Friday, November 27.  Classes will resume Monday, November 30.

Have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving!

Secret Santa Workshop Volunteers Needed.

Posted on: November 23rd, 2015 | School News

The Secret Santa shop will be held in the St. Michael School Cafeteria on Friday, December 11th. Our main purpose is to provide a place for students to purchase Christmas gifts for family members and the Home/School Association will make a slight profit. We need many volunteers to help this work go smoothly for the benefit of the children and now need you to fill out any and all times you would be able to help. Please submit this on or before Wednesday, December 2nd. Occasionally, we are in need of additional cashiers and check out people. If you would consider working that area, please check the lines provided.

Thank you for your help and any support you can give. We would like to stress that this is offered as a service to our children and it provides an opportunity to practice the Virtue of Charity in thinking of others before themselves. If you forget to submit this by Dec. 2nd and you would like to help or have any questions, please call or e-mail Mrs. Koncal, or leave your name with the school office.

November Disciple of Christ Day

Posted on: November 20th, 2015 | School News

The November Disciple of Christ Day is scheduled for Tuesday, November 24th. The theme will be “Sports.” This means that students eligible to dress down can wear their favorite team’s jersey or shirt. All outfits must comply with the rules stated in the School Handbook.

Jeans for Troops Day

Posted on: November 18th, 2015 | School News

Our school will be participating in the nationwide event “Jeans for Troops.” Students are encouraged to donate $5 by giving it to their homeroom teacher. This is to benefit the GI Go Fund for active troops and their families. Students can bring in money starting Wednesday, November 18th – Monday, November 23rd. Students who donate $5 will be allowed to dress down Monday, November 23rd. It is encouraged that they wear jeans, but they do not have to as long as they wear something appropriate as stated in the School Handbook.

Student Council Thanksgiving Canned Food Drive

Posted on: November 18th, 2015 | School News

The Student Council will be leading a “Canned Food Drive” Wednesday, November 18th until Tuesday, November 24th. Please have your child bring in any canned foods your family is willing to donate. All donations will be taken to St. Vincent de Paul to give to families in need this Thanksgiving Season.

St. Michael Spirit Wear Store Now Open

Posted on: November 18th, 2015 | School News

The St. Michael School Warriors Online Spirit Wear Store is now open! Don’t miss your chance to get great holiday gifts. We have basketball shooter shirts, basketball socks, hoodies, T-shirts, 1/4 zips and many special items to show your school spirit — in sizes for kids and adults. You can also purchase new gym uniform tops and shorts along with gym bags.

Gym uniforms are for grades 3 – 8.

The store will be open until November 23rd, so don’t delay! All orders will be sent home with your oldest child unless you select to have the items picked up in the school office. Please keep this in mind when ordering items as gifts . Orders will be delivered about two-three weeks after the site closes.

Click here for the store:

Contact Todd Goehring at with questions. Thank you for showing your Warriors spirit!

Disciple of Christ Daily Reflection

Posted on: November 16th, 2015 | School News

Gospel Reflection for Luke 18:35-43

Today’s Gospel shows us how deeply attentive Jesus is to each one of us. The blind man calls out to Jesus, even when the crowds are embarrassed by him and try to keep him quiet. Jesus stops and turns his attention to the blind man; he knows the man’s need and asks “What do you want me to do for you?”

Today, Jesus asks each of us this question. Jesus is looking for our faith and wants to help us. Disciples of Christ should be like the blind man, having faith that if we cry out, Jesus will listen. Faith is the theological virtue that enables us to know God and all that He revealed. Jesus wants to reveal Himself to us, so that we may see Him in a new way. He wants us to know Him, as we would know a good friend. Jesus wants to remove any type of blindness or darkness we may have that prevents us from seeing the light of goodness and the light of truth. Jesus sees us on the roadside in need of Him and asks us “What do you want me to do for you?”Take a moment in the quiet of your heart and in silence, let us pause and answer Jesus, asking Him for what we need.

Today, let us practice the virtue of faith and believe in God’s love for us. Let us believe that Jesus wants to heal us, because we all need healing. Let us ask for the Jesus to come and shine His light of grace in our lives, so that we may see the true road we need to walk on as followers of Christ. Let us ask the disciples, who walked with Jesus and witnessed the healing of the blind man, to pray for us. Let us make good choices today, so that one day we may see Jesus, as the blind man did, face to face.

Christmas Card Pick Up in Office

Posted on: November 16th, 2015 | School News

Great News – The Christmas cards have arrived and are ready for pick up in the front office.  Please stop by today and pick up your orders in time for the Holidays.   We have ordered extra cards, so if you did not place an order and would like to purchase, please stop by the front office.

Veteran’s Day Assembly – Honor Flight Collection

Posted on: November 10th, 2015 | School News

On Wednesday, November 11 beginning at 8:15 a.m., we will hold our annual Veteran’s Day Assembly.  As part of that assembly we would like to present to our Knights of Columbus a donation to help fund Honor Flight for a World War II or Korean War veteran to visit Washington DC to visit the memorials dedicated to their important service at no cost to the veteran.


Protecting God’s Children Session

Posted on: November 9th, 2015 | School News

Protecting God’s Children (PGC) is a child abuse awareness session which is required for all volunteers to take, as well as, a background check.  If you are interested in volunteering at the school this year, please consider taking the PGC session scheduled at St. Michael on Tuesday, November 10 at 6:00 p.m.

Registration is available via; there is no cost to take this course.  Also, Fastfingerprints will be on-hand starting at 4:00 p.m. for fingerprinting/background checks.  The cost is $37 for BCI (local) and $40 for FBI (nation wide); if you prefer to do both the cost is $70.

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