Congratulations to our SMART team! Last week they presented their work on glutathione-S
transferase as they entered into their mentor match meeting on Wednesday, November 15 at
MSOE. Our students will again be matched with our very own research scientist Dr. Matt
Scaglione! Thank you, Dr. Scaglione, for mentoring our Knights.
Congratulations to all of the valiant Knights who tried out for a role in our production of Willy
Wonka and the Chocolate Factory this spring. Sixty students from grades 4-8 noted their desire
to participate! That is a talented group of students! We are proud of everyone for not hiding
their talents under a bushel. Thank you for letting your light shine! Please join us for the
production on March 8, 9, and 11. Go Knights!
Congratulations to Nathan P, Ryan S, and Bryan F, three of our eighth graders who will be
participating in the Discovery Project in the area of Literature. This is an opportunity available
to our students through the Archdiocese of Milwaukee that involves a collaboration with high
school instructors to advance their skills.
Congratulations to Mrs. Daggett, sixth grade teacher, for her invitation to join a task force to
develop lessons to be used by the archdiocese to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the
Archdiocese. Way to go, Mrs. Daggett!
Congratulations to the Gore family on the birth of Aria the weekend of November 18 and
19. Big brothers, Isaac and Ethan, are super proud! Welcome to the world, baby Aria!
Congratulations to two of our St. Dominic Catholic School staff members who have been
sharing some good news of their own. Congratulations to Mr. Stempien, physical education
teacher, who will be welcoming a new baby to the family in June 2018 and to Mrs. Aringer, K4
Aide, who will be welcoming a new baby to the family in May 2018. The Knight family keeps
getting bigger and bigger! Praise God for that!