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Homeroom

4:15 PM, Sep. 18, 2013  |  Comments
Madison Elementary School's first grade had a Grandparent Day last week. Grandparents 'shadowed' their granddaughter or grandson in school for a morning. Pictured are Jan and Wayne Hansen helping their grandson Joey Ketterer with a project.
Madison Elementary School's first grade had a Grandparent Day last week. Grandparents 'shadowed' their granddaughter or grandson in school for a morning. Pictured are Jan and Wayne Hansen helping their grandson Joey Ketterer with a project.
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Our Lady of Peace

Children in the Marshfield area will have happier birthdays all because of the kindness and compassion shown by the third-graders from Mrs. Arneson's class at Our Lady of Peace School. During September, each third-grade student decorated a special birthday card and bag then filled the bag with items to be used for a birthday celebration. The bags were donated to St. Vincent de Paul in Marshfield for needy children in the Marshfield area.

Each month, during the school year, a different homeroom from Our Lady of Peace and St. John the Baptist schools will participate in this project. The students learn valuable life lessons by their participation. Doing for others and living a life like Christ are important lessons the students learn. Columbus Catholic Schools enhances the spiritual teachings of their students by being active participants in service projects.

 

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