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Fifth Grade Religion Bee
Congratulations to all participants in
this years annual Religion Bee! Winners in this
years bee include first place Aubrey W.(third from left),second place Hannah G.(second from left),
and third place tie breakers winners, Trinity S. and Cale B. Aubrey and the sixth grade bee winner will help crown Mary during the school May crowning .


NOTICE: SCRIP Office is CLOSED Friday, April 18th and Monday, April 21st
(Good Friday and Easter Monday

 
April Calendar Setting...
April 1st.-30th. Student Art Show (1-6 grade)
on display at 
Minnesota Conservatory for the Arts
(see article lower right of homepage)

April 17- No Busing-WACS FAMILY BREAKFAST
               St. Stan's Church basement

April 18-21-NO SCHOOL- WACS/Cotter-Easter Break
 
 

Thursday, April 17th 7:15 -8:00 am
St. Mary’s & St. Stan’s Students:

Bring your whole family for breakfast before school at St. Stan’s Elementary!
Cereal, Muffins & Pastries, Fruit, & Yogurt, Milk, Juice, & Coffee.

 

   ART IN BLOOM! - WACS Spring Student Art Show
A selection of children's artwork from the Winona Area Catholic Schools is on display at Galleria Valencia in Winona. WACS invites everyone to come and enjoy the artistic talents of their students as they progress through the art program.  All artworks are 2 dimensional projects produced through a variety of techniques – painting, drawing, collage, mixed media, weaving and metal work. The artwork on display represents the work of children in grades one through six. The Galleria Valencia, located within the Valencia Arts Center (1164 West 10th. St. or corner of    10th. and Vila St's. Winona) is open Monday: 1:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. and Tuesday-Friday: 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. The show is free and open to the public. To see more student art from WACS visit their online art gallery offered through Artsonia.com, the world's  largest student art gallery showcasing art from children all over the world. Pictured artwork: Payton Gish, grade one.



 
Congratulations to Matt B.
 Our April Student of the Month!
Click here to find out more about Matt
and his interests.


 
 It's What's Inside that Counts!
Click here for a view of our everyday at school. All grades coming together everyday to change the
world one day at a time! Enjoy!

                                                                           
 

                                  
                           
 
 
 
 

     
 

 
 
 

 
 
 

Click here to find 2014 Summer Academy Catalog


WACS Stations of the Cross slideshow-Click here

40 Days...
Upcoming St. Stan's School Lenten Activities

Class donations to Winona food shelf during each school Mass.

St. Mary's Primary School Lenten Paraliturgy Activities
 "Lord, I Lift Your Name on High"
April 17: (Holy Thursday): Change/Purple/Butterfly, Living Stations performed by
the St. Stan's sixth graders.
April 24: Alleluia/White/Cross, Station 15 (After Easter)


Sixth Grade Religion Bee Winners
First place: Nick W., Second place: Viva G.
and Third place: Mary Morgan



WACS Students Build Science and Math Skills Through Engineering Studies

WACS sixth grade students culminated their study of composites engineering by visiting the Composites Materials Engineering Department at Winona State University. On their tour they were shown products that are made in this field of engineering which include bicycle frames, plastic paddles, oars and countless other consumer and business products. Through the sixth grade visits with Steve Maki and RTP in Winona and meeting with WSU Professor Faribors Parsi, as pictured, the students were able to recognize how the fundamentals of mathematics, science, and engineering science fit with applications in engineering. Pictured are students finding the strength of design in composite products. This year long learning event has instilled in the students a goal to find a life-long field of work and also helped them to understand how engineering decisions and applications in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts can change the world.











 

 

 

 



 

 

 







 

 

 
 

WACS Mission Statement

The Winona Area Catholic Schools, representing the Catholic parishes, join with parents in their responsibility as foremost educators of their children. Integrating knowledge,service and the Catholic faith, we prepare students to live a life of Christian witness in a constantly changing world.

 


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