learn, live, love through Jesus.

  • Chinese Culture Day and Chinese New Year

    The 7th grade students studied about ancient China in social studies class. As a culminating activity, the students participated in a Chinese Culture Day and celebrated the Chinese New Year (The Year of the Rooster). They learned about traditional clothing, painted Chinese symbols, learned several Chinese words, learned to count in Chinese, made lanterns and a rooster, learned about the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations, and were served Chinese food for lunch.

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  • Father Jerry Receives Elizabeth Ann Seton Award

    Congratulations to Fr. Jerry Herda on being presented the Elizabeth Ann Seton Award on February 9th at the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Schools Dinner!

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  • Sojourner Family Peace Center Donations

    For a number of weeks, culminating during Catholic Schools Week, all of the students at St. Monica School were invited to bring in donations to support Sojourner Family Peace Center. These items consisted of personal care items for women and children. The children’s generosity resulted in a delivery of a multitude of items that the Sojourner Family Peace Center was so thankful to receive.

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  • Dominican Challenge 2017

    Five students from each of the Jr. High grade levels participated in the Dominican Challenge at Dominican High School on March 3. 2017.  Each team was to design and market a simple machine. The 8th grade team, consisting of Riley Halpern, David Regan, Mary Mitchell, Christian Cushman and Aidan Phillips, won first place for Best Marketing Presentation.

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  • Chinese Culture Day and Chinese New Year

    The 7th grade students studied about ancient China in social studies class. As a culminating activity, the students participated in a Chinese Culture Day and celebrated the Chinese New Year (The Year of the Rooster). They learned about traditional clothing, painted Chinese symbols, learned several Chinese words, learned to count in Chinese, made lanterns and a rooster, learned about the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations, and were served Chinese food for lunch.

    Learn more

  • Father Jerry Receives Elizabeth Ann Seton Award

    Congratulations to Fr. Jerry Herda on being presented the Elizabeth Ann Seton Award on February 9th at the Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Schools Dinner!

    Learn more

  • Sojourner Family Peace Center Donations

    For a number of weeks, culminating during Catholic Schools Week, all of the students at St. Monica School were invited to bring in donations to support Sojourner Family Peace Center. These items consisted of personal care items for women and children. The children’s generosity resulted in a delivery of a multitude of items that the Sojourner Family Peace Center was so thankful to receive.

    Learn more

  • Dominican Challenge 2017

    Five students from each of the Jr. High grade levels participated in the Dominican Challenge at Dominican High School on March 3. 2017.  Each team was to design and market a simple machine. The 8th grade team, consisting of Riley Halpern, David Regan, Mary Mitchell, Christian Cushman and Aidan Phillips, won first place for Best Marketing Presentation.

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We Are Called

The theme for our 2016-2017 school year is “We are called”. This call to discipleship is integrated into our daily lives at St. Monica. We feel that with all that is going on in the world, it is more imperative than ever to answer the call. We are called as people of faith to lead by example. We need to truly live the golden rule and answer the call to be Disciples of Christ. If we answer the call, we will begin to start treating everyone we encounter as children of God. We will begin to be leaders for modeling respect, care and love towards all.

We want to engage our children in conversations about what it means to be called. We will be intentionally integrating this theme into everything we do at St. Monica. We will be gathering throughout the year as a school community to discuss what it means to be called. We will also be living it experientially through our Discipleship Development Program, which is our community outreach program. It is time to be bold and answer the call. The St. Monica community has the potential to be a leader in the change that we hope to see in the world.