St. Michael School - Our Faith
Congratulations to our 2nd Graders on Making Their Confirmation May 6th!
Congratulations to our 2nd graders on receiving the Sacrament of First Eucharist: Avery Bellor, Madison Bersano, Jacob Buffman, Landen Christian, Layla Foco, Abigail Grzegorczyk, Elijah Histed, Emmalee Holland, Dayne Ivey, Isaac Jacques, Shayla Johnson, Larissa Morley, Faith Patterson, Jake Rau, Gavin Rifenbark, Jonathan Rosekrans, and Brady Wilczynski!
Mrs. Sprywa's 6th-8th Graders Perform the Living Stations of the Cross
Catholic Schools Week - 2017
(January 30 - February 3)
6th - 8th Graders Present A Saint for All Saints Day
(November 1, 2016)
Mrs. Dewyse Teaches the 2nd Grade About Praying the Rosary
(October 7, 2016)
Bishop Cistone Celebrates Mass with St. Michael's School
(September 30, 2016)
Our first Mass of the school year with Father Nick
(August 30, 2016)
Mrs. Sanak's 1st graders led this week's morning prayer and virtue on Commitment
St. Michael's School Works of Mercy
The St. Michael Student Council raised money through selling t-shirts and used the proceeds to adopt three families for Christmas. Below are Student Council members, Noah LaLonde and Christopher Bowerson, loading up the presents to be delivered.
Mrs. Ellison's 3rd grade class worked together to raise money or the Rescue Mission. They prepared their letter and money and sent it out before the Christmas holiday.
Congratulations to our 2nd Graders who made their First Reconciliation
5th Grade Mass
The Sisters Of Mercy From the Alma, Michigan Motherhouse visited St. Michael School to speak about vocations
Bishop Cistone visits St. Michael's School children to talk about Pope Francis's call to this being a year for Mercy
Father Carlson Leading the Children's Mass on Tuesday
All School Prayer Mondays
Each week a new class presents a virtue or other Catholic related topic and shares with the rest of the school. That class also leads the rest of the school in prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance.
Don't forget, Mass days are Dress-Up days. That means boys should wear a button up collared dress shirt and dress pants. Girls should wear dress pants and dress shirt, dress, or skirt. Dress shoes should also be worn. Please see that your children look neat; shirts tucked in, hair combed, etc. Let us shine in the House of the Lord!
Fr. Richard Jozwiak and Fr. Andy LaFramboise Speak to our Students for Vocation Week
St. Michael Student Ministry - Pictured are all of the students who help out at masses being Cantors, Eucharistic Ministers, Ministers of the Word, Greeters, Gift Bearers, and Altar Servers. Great Job, St. Michael School students! We are so proud of you!
The 8th Grade class honored Mary with May Crowning on Tuesday, May 13th at 9:00 a.m. Mass.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR FIRST COMMUNION CANDIDATES! WE ARE SO PROUD OF EACH OF YOU!
Amber Bellor, Tyler Keith, Alexandria Kanthe, Kinsie Jacques, Oliver Cianek, Mackenzie Eilf, Alice Fenwick, Luke Grzegorczyk, Ayden Lalonde, Nevaeh Miller, Brianna Pake, Michael Szyperski, Coleton Wilczynski, and Jean Brazeau
St. Michael students did a beautiful job with Living Stations. They will be performing them again on Good Friday at 7:00 p.m.
Check out the slideshow below to see what some of our students wrote when asked, "What does your faith mean to you?"
Our students play a big part in the Mass each week. They serve as cantors, readers, Eucharistic Ministers, altar servers, gift bearers, and petition readers. Each class grades 3 - 8 take turns planning and serving at Mass. Come join us anytime!