K3 students made spooky bats out of bow tie pasta and then dyed them black. They also dyed rice orange and learned about mixing colors. We practiced sharing and patience skills during the lesson as well.
YOU are invited to stop by any Tuesday between 8am and 11am to take a tour of all things St. Boniface! We'd love to introduce you to our teachers, staff, and students and provide you the opportunity to see our campus life up close and personal . St. Boniface offers grades K3-8 and our K3-K5 programs host both full and half day options. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Checkout more photos from today's Senior Breakfast on the Galleries page!
5th Grade Works of Mercy Project #1: 5th grade students read to kindergarten students about good manners, friendship, and helping others. See the Photo Galleries page for more pictures!
Our 3rd grade class did a great job presenting Living Stations of the Cross. Check out our Galleries page for more pictures.
Don't forget to stop in the office and pick up a lawn sign. Signs will also be available after masses this weekend. Show the neighborhood St. Boniface is the place to be!
Congratulations to Ms. Justesen for receiving the "Teacher of the Year" award from the VFW! Ms. J was presented with a plaque this morning after mass. We are honored and proud to have Ms. J here at St. Boniface. Congratulations!
Congratulations to our 8th Grade Boys for winning round 1 at the Padre Tournament last Saturday! Join us this coming Sunday at Mount Mary University at 3:15pm for their next game. Good luck Eagles!
March Madness Tournament starts on March 21st, with the final playoff game on 3/24 at 9am.
CLICK HERE for full flyer of information and sign up form
Mardi Gras Cake Walk fun!
Congratulations to our 5th grade boys basketball team for taking 1st place in their division at the St. Kilian's Tournament last weekend!
6th Grade boys basketball team took 1st in their division at the St. Kilian's Tournament! Way to go!
Congratulations to Devin H. and Elliott L. for making the cut to the District Spelling Bee this past Tuesday. Devin used his mad spelling skills to nab the 2nd place trophy. Great job gentlemen!
Tuesday, February 28th, is "Fat Tuesday!" We will celebrate Mardi Gras at school with a Cake Walk in the afternoon. Bring in $1 for Flavia and wear Mardi Gras colors to school!
These 5th grade boys received their Arrow of Light award last Saturday evening. The Arrow of Light is the highest honor a Cub Scout can earn before moving on to Boy Scouts. Pictured from left to right are Alex Kesler, Bennett Krause, Brandon Sabol, and Nick Humphriss. Congratulations!
In Alumni News…
Congratulations to St. Boniface Alumni, Joey Peckenpaugh for receiving his Eagle Scout award this past weekend in an Eagle Scout Court of Honor Ceremony. Joey attends Marquette High School and is a member of the Forensics Team there. While at Marquette, he has served as a tutor for the St. Rose youth tutoring program, a recreational aide with the elderly at Howard’s Village Assisted Living Facility, and a volunteer with Special Olympic Bowling. He also works for PeopleServe as an overnight caregiver for people with developmental disabilities. Through Scouts, he has put in many hours with the St. Boniface Food Pantry, Menomonee River cleanup, memorial flags on veteran’s graves, and other Eagle Scout’s projects. Joey chose the American Legion Post #1 as the beneficiary of his Eagle Scout Project. Putting in over 300 hours of work, Joey provided a much needed landscaping transformation for the American Legion prior to The Moving Wall’s visit to Germantown. Joey, your selfless service is greatly appreciated by those whose lives you have touched. We are proud to call you one of our own!
Joey with Mom, Laurel
Congrats to our Forensics Team for taking 1st place in the Small School Division at last Friday's meet at St. Francis Cabrini! Way to go!
2/24/17 Meet at Silverbrook was AWESOME! All St. Boniface competitors made it Power Rounds and 7 entries took home trophies! Congratulations Team!
Good luck this Friday at the Hartford Central meet.
Congratulations to our eighth grade basketball team! They have been invited to participate in the 59th Annual Padre Serra Tournament. The Padre Serra Tournament will be held at the Mount Mary University, located at 2929 North 92nd Street, Milwaukee, WI 53222, March 2nd through March 19th, 2017. We will have a PEP RALLY on Friday 3/3, 1:30pm, in Boniface Hall. Let's cheer on our boys to victory!
Eric was our Rock, Paper, Scissors Champion this year! The competition was fierce, but friendly and fun for all! Thanks to Mrs. Beckers and the 5th grade class for organizing this great annual event!
Family Movie Night is THIS FRIDAY, 6:30-8:30pm in Ghana Hall. We will be seeing "Finding Dory!" Come in your PJ's, bring a blanket and a pillow, and donations for the Food Pantry. Bring in 5 items and earn an Out of Uniform Pass. We will have snacks and raffle prizes too so you won't want to miss it!
St. Nick will soon be here! December 6th! What will you find in your stocking???
8th Graders STEM project and The Pumpkin Launcher! Great way to kick off Halloween weekend!
Check out pictures from our Apple Pie production on our Photo Albums page...here's a sneak peek!
Trunk or Treat is almost here! Are you ready for the fun to begin on Friday???? Get your costumes out, get your decorations together for your trunk, and get out the CANDY! Parents and parish members alike are invited to come at 12:45pm to decorate trunks. Students will parade through the parking lot at 1:30!
Get your teams together now for Trivia Night! Join us Friday, November 4th for a fun adults only evening! Make it a date night, a great time with friends, or come on and make some new friends. Please click the following link to view the flyer with all information or call the office for more details.
Get your creative thinking caps on and get ready to decorate your trunk for Trunk or Treat next Friday, October 28! Here's some great ideas we found on the web:
Grades 1-3 visited the Schauer Arts Center this week to see the play, "The True Story of Pochahontas."
Grades 4 & 5 visited Riveredge Nature Center today and did some bird watching!
1st Graders using Typing Club for the first time today! They are already doing so well!
1st and 4th Graders got together this morning to write letters to Veterans.
Way to go boys volleyball - 3rd place in the St. Jude's tournament over the weekend!!
PRINCIPAL FOR THE DAY:
Principal Kyra enjoyed her day and did a fantastic job! We all got to wear pajamas for the day, we all had extra recess, we had a surprise fire drill, we spoke in Spanish for 15 minutes, had an extra 15 minutes of Social Studies, we high-fived our neighbors and also gave our neighbor a hug. Thank you Principal Kyra for making Thursday the best day of the week!
6th Grade girls volleyball team
Here is a reminder about the Parent Math Workshop, "Beyond Flashcards":
Check out our Photo Gallery for pictures from our field trip to The Moving Wall last Friday! Here's a sneak peak!
Thank you to our Mystery Flower Person for taking the time to shower everyone here with yummy cookies and beautiful flowers! We appreciate it!
Fall Parent Meeting, 9/8/16, 6pm, Sipple Hall (gym) Child care available
The 2016-2017 Apple Pie Sale is on now! Need another order form? Please click here: Pie Order Form
School families orders are due Monday, September 26th. Remember, 1 check per family is to be turned in.
Can't wait to have a taste! YUM!
A HUGE THANK YOU! to all of our wonderful volunteers who gave of their time this past weekend to make our Festival a success! You are appreciated!
Thanks to everyone who was able to attend the Annual Ice Cream Social! God favored us with no rain and we had a great turn out! A special SHOUT OUT of THANKS to all those who volunteered to set up, clean up, buy toppings and shop for ice cream, welcome families, and scoop ice cream! We appreciate you!
Growing up and getting strong!
Sign up for the Festival's 3V3 Basketball Tournament today! CLICK HERE to download a registration form.
Thanks to Claire and Mr. B for giving our eagle a much needed facelift! We greatly appreciate your time and talents!
Keep saving Box Tops and Campbell's Soup Labels! Turn them in the cabinet just inside the doors to Sippel Hall.
Congratulations to four of our 8th graders who applied and were accepted to Divine Savior Holy Angels and Marquette High Schools:
Morgan, Jenna, Vinny, and Keaton
Apple Pie Results!
The results are in: $37,000 was raised for our school this year! Thank you to all who ordered pies, sold pies, made pies, and/or delivered pies this year! With everyone's help, we were able to make 4316 pies in just over 27 hours!