December e-Newsletter: In the News

The following are news snippets from the December e-Newsletter highlighting the Pacelli Catholic School system, individual students, alumni, staff, and members of the PCS community who have recently been highlighted for their accomplishments.

PCMS students did a fantastic job putting on their performance of Peter Pan & Wendy.

Check out the awesome work our K-12 students have been doing this year in our computer coding program.

An annual tradition continues as our PCHS athletes spent a morning at the Lincoln Center serving lunch and singing Christmas carols.

In keeping with the wildlife theme, St. Stan’s kindergarten students crafted cardinal ornaments for the Christmas tree at the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Special thanks to Brian Dumler, golf professional at SentryWorld, who worked with students in grades 3-5 at St. Bron’s and St. Steve’s as part of the “Golf in School” program which teaches the four basic golf strokes to elementary students in fun and creative ways.

Grades 3-5 at St. Bron’s did some Christmas caroling at Whispering Pines to bring joy to the residents.

PCHS students had a blast attending the Green Bay Youth Conference celebrating their faith with peers.

8th grade mentors worked with their 6th grade mentees on festive art projects they delivered to local nursing homes.

PCHS band members helped shine light on the Advent season by performing at the Lighting of the Nativity held by the Knights of Columbus Council 1170.

St. Bron’s 3rd graders led the school in the Joyful Mysteries of the Rosary.

Our students at every building put on wonderful Christmas concerts to get us in the holiday spirit. Click the links below to see photos and videos from each school.

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