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Located in the heart of Elm Grove, St. Mary’s Visitation School provides exceptional academics and faith formation for grades K3 through 8.

St. Mary's Visitation wraps up another great year of learning and adventures!

St. Mary's Visitation School

What a great year!  We had one of the best school year's ever at St. Mary's Visitation.  We love our principal, Mrs. Mary Tretow and we had a school year filled with academic achievements and loads of fun.  Thank you Mrs. Tretow!!!

Below are some photos and stories from the month of May.  Our enrollment for next year is excellent and some of the grades have filled up.  If you are interested in enrolling your child, please call our school office!  262-782-7057.  New for next year will be a K3 program!!

Fox 6 Meteorologist Justin Zollitsch visited K4 at St. Mary's for "W" is for weather! Thanks for the great story and the fun demonstrations!

 

 

 

 

NASA EXPLORER SCHOOLS SYMPOSIUM 

Students from across the country gathered at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston May 2-5 for the annual NASA Explorer Schools Symposium. These future leaders in science, technology, education and math, or STEM, had completed research investigations and presented their findings to a team of NASA scientists and engineers, student peers and educators.  Representing St. Mary's were 8th grade students Molly C and Frankie R and junior high Science teacher, Kathy Biernat.

 

The competitively selected group consisted of 60 students in grades four through 12 and 30 educators from 21 states. The group's research projects were designed to inspire interest in STEM disciplines and encourage pursuit of technical careers.

 

The students completed an original investigation based on existing NASA missions or research programs. Participants presented their work virtually to experts at NASA centers earlier this year in regional symposium using the agency's Digital Learning Network. The SMV girls conducted an Egg Drop at the Schlitz Audubon Center to determine the best way to protect an egg.   They theorized that this would be similar to NASA dropping vehicles and rovers on different planets.

 

In addition to presenting their work at the national symposium, participants also learned more about NASA's research activities and exploration missions. Students toured a variety of operational facilities at Johnson, including Mission Control, and learned about Physics at Space Center Houston.

 

 

 

 

 

Planting Day in May

 

 

 

 

 

3rd Grade Field Trip to Survive Alive - learning to stay safe during a fire.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring Concert - May, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

FIELD DAY - 3rd graders Tug-of-War at the Elm Grove Park - May, 2012

 

FIELD DAY - Chess at the Elm Grove Park

Congratulations to our 2012 Graduates!  Good luck to you in High School.  We are so proud of you!

Eighth Grade Bake Sale to raise funds for a new statue of the Virgin Mary

Eighth Grade Class Gift - Thank you Class of 2012!!!

Second Graders Flying Kites With Thier Seventh Grade Buddies

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