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Catholic Schools Week Highlights
January 25 - 30

Sunday, January 25
St. Agnes & R.E will be sharing in the roles at Mass 10:30

Monday, January 26
School Spirit Day - students wear school shirts/sweatshirts
Catholic Schools Week Kickoff
All School Fun Sing-A-Long and Dance

Tuesday, January 27
Character Day - Dress as your favorite story book or Bible character
Read to buddies - bring your favorite story to school today

Wednesday, January 28
Wacky Wednesday
Wacky Hair, Hat, and Dress
Barnyard Bingo

Thursday, January 29
Parent Day &  Open House 11:00 am. - 2:30 pm.
"Souper Bowl" - All students, staff, and parents should bring a can of soup today (soup will be given to the Douglas County Food Shelf) and wear you favorite team jersey.  *Parents feel free to invite a potential new family to join us this day.

11:00              Mass
12:00 - 12:30  Lunch & recess with your child (adults $3.55, kids $2.25)
                       *Please R.S.V.P. by January 26th at 859-2130 for lunch planning purposes
12:30              Guest Speaker: Linda Kaiser, Director of Catholic Schools
                       for the St. Cloud Diocese
  1:30 -   2:30  Book Fair and Family Social Time (punch and cookies served)

Friday, January 30
Pajama & Slipper Day
All school movie:  Students should bring a blanket or towel to sit on, snack and beverage (no pop or energy drinks)

Happy Holidays 

Please scroll down to see what the St. Agnes students have been up to this holiday season.

Family and friends enjoy the St. Agnes
Christmas programs.

Kindergarten through 6th grade performing
Simply Christmas.

Preschool students performing Someone has a Birthday.

1st and 2nd grade students hold the donations collected for their "Baby Jesus Shower" service project.  All items donated were given to the Birthright Center in Alexandria. 

In Social Studies the Kindergarten students have been learning about holiday customs and traditions.  

Kara Waldvogel shared the family tradition of candy making with the Kindergarten class. 

Here she is showing the candy dipping tool that her Godfather made for her. 

Students get to sample the candies that Kara makes during the holidays.


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