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Local Fire Station sprays the kids on the south playground
Getting soaked during Field Day
Enjoying the water on Field Day
St. Mary’s Track Team
Track Relay Race
Stations of the Cross Play
Stride Bike Program
Kindergarten and Pre-K 4 classes learn to ride bikes during P. E.
Students have an opportunity to use the Climbing wall
St. Mary’s sponsored a community basketball tournament this Spring
5th Grade Backpack Drive
Students took donations of backpacks and filled them with common need products for the homeless
3rd Quarter Awards
3rd Grade Wax Museum
2nd Grade Blanket Drive
Students collected blankets for the homeless
Miracle in the Straw
The Christmas Play that tells the story of the birth of Jesus
Lego League Robotic Competition
St. Mary’s Team, Nuts for Bolts, receives feed back from a referee after a robot match at the Wyoming State Championship Games in Casper, Wyoming
Winners of the Judges Award
This years team brought home the JudgesTrophy, for the team that most impressed the judges overall at this year’s Wyoming Lego League Competition
St. Mary’s PreK-4 raises the most food for St. Joseph’s Food Pantry. St Mary’s students raised about 1400 items to donate to the pantry.
Bond Burning Celebration
St. Mary’s School has paid off all debt for the school building!
Local LaCrosse coaches teach 5th graders how to play the game
Spanish Students Cooking
Spanish students learn about authentic Mexican food and how to cook it.
St. Mary’s Catholic School 2021 – 2022
ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE BUILT ON FAITH, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY
We are dedicated to providing an excellent education experience rooted in the virtues and teaching of Jesus Christ.
In addition to K-6th grades, St. Mary’s offers full day Pre-K 3-4 classes, before and after school care on demand, state of the art facility and educational resources, and low teacher/student ratios.
Catholic Schools contribute to better communities, more engaged citizenship, and more successful graduates (Campbell, Wolf 2001; Bining, Garnett 2009; Wile 2012).
By focusing on individual students, our school outperforms others on standardized tests.
Catholic Schools tend to operate as communities rather than bureaucracies, which links to higher levels of teacher commitment, student engagement, and student achievement (Mark, 2009, quoted by USCCB 2014).