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Feb 11

Preschool News

New Family Registration for next school year will be Tuesday, March 21 at 6:30 pm in the school library. this is also an opportunity to learn about St. Gerard Preschool and visit the classrooms. Childcare information will also be available. Parents enrolling a preschool student should bring a copy of the child’s birth certificate. Please …

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Aug 10

It’s Official!

It’s Official! St. Gerard Preschool has its OWN website! Visit to find everything you will need to know about our wonderful preschool. We are so excited to have the website ready for the new school year! Don’t forget to “Like” them on Facebook!

Dec 07

St. Gerard School on a Two-hour Delay for Monday, December 7, 2015. No A.M. Preschool Child Care Open

Nov 11

November 2015 Newsletter

November 2015 Newsletter Click on the link below to access important information regarding upcoming events, inclement weather, poinsettia sale and much more! November 2015 Newsletter

Nov 01

Pumpkin Reading Contest

Reading is reward in and of itself but these students read and won decorated pumpkins too! Congratulations to all of the students that read to participate in our Halloween Reading Contest. Special thanks to Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Barber & Mrs. Mills for their special preparation of the pumpkins! Be safe tonight Falcons! Happy Halloween!

Sep 30

Thirty Eight Students Strong in Choir!

Take a look at our choir this year!

May 19

Eighth Grade Presents Pencil/Pen Hall of Fame

The Pencil/Pen Hall of Fame contains writing tools and unique responses from well-known people who use writing in their every day lives. Each year, 8th graders get a variety of responses from celebrities like Stephen King, Maria Shriver, Michael Phelps, and Beverly Clearly. This year’s responses included Michelle Obama and the office of JK Rowling. …

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Mar 30

Letter From Fr. Steve Mattson

2015-05-28 Charlie Challenge Memo[3] copy

Mar 15

Farm Bureau Essay Contest Winners!

Each year our 8th graders take part in Farm Bureau’s Essay Contest. This year the theme involved writing about a hero in their lives. Congratulations to Natalie Endres, Bri Haarer and Audrey Morris for placing in this year’s competition. Bri’s essay (pictured in the middle) will move on to the next level where she will …

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Mar 03

Sixth Graders Make Black History Come to Life!

The sixth graders at St. Gerard took time in February to look deeper into the life’s of those who came before us. Each student presented a 1st person biography of someone who contributed to our United States.

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