Welcome to St. Henry Catholic School located in Watertown, WI. We are proud to offer Christian values and a challenging curriculum to students in 4K preschool through 8th grade. If you are looking for a school that provides a safe environment for learning, high academic standards, caring faculty and staff, and a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere, then come check us out!
This is what the Lord asks of you, only this: to act justly, to love tenderly, and to walk humbly with your God. Micah 6:8
Mr. LaVigne, from the US Forestry Department, and Smokey the Bear gave a presentation to St. Henry grade school.
High Honor Roll Students with a Grade Point Average of 3.8 to 4.0
Grade Four Elise Hickey and Sydney Linskens
Grade Five Alana Bruske, Daniel Denault, Faith Klein, Anna Schroeder,
Allison Stair, and Danielle Weissenrieder
Grade Six Cecelia Hickey, Ty Jahnke, Nathan Lampe, and Samuel Will
Grade Seven Alyssa Denault, Kaitlyn Linskens, Kristin Stair, and
Grade Eight Isabella Beltz, Emma Cole, Gabriel Elsen, Erin Haeger,
Caitlynn Hesse, Karli Kohls, Elizabeth Kuckkan, Natalia Olguin,
Brenna Jo Smedema, and Jessica Warner
Honor Roll Students with a Grade Point Average of 3.2 to Just Under 3.8
Grade Four Kaelyn Bingen, Grant Bradow, Dominique Castillo, Cameron Krahn,
Ethan Kratzer, Noah Martin, Benjamin Novotny, Logan Pitterle,
and Anthony Zinda
Grade Five Paige Bacchi, Jacob Keller, Patrick O’Connor, Isabelle Schauer,
and Henry Strupp
Grade Six Alexys Burns, Anthony Butz, Alek Lapp, Connor Loppnow,
Cameron Parrish, Joseph Rhodes, and Keyne Smedema
Grade Seven Laurence Byrne, Mickayla Meitner, Alexa Schopp,Hannah Stiemke,
Ethan Walter, and Nathan Warner
Grade Eight Joseph Brebeck, Jesse Jurgella, Cailee Weissenrieder, and
Well done, Students!
Hypothesis: I believe that the judges will have a very difficult job of deciding the awards for the St. Henry Science Fair because all of the "scientists" did such a phenomenal job of displaying their projects and sharing their experiments!
Regardless of the outcome, all nine of the students participating in the Science Fair can be very proud of their efforts and discoveries. Thankfully, no live animals were harmed, and there were no dangerous chemicals on hand, but I believe a few eggshells may have been lost in the process. Several students turned their kitchens into chemistry labs as they experimented with everything from zucchinis and apples to table and Epsom salts to lemon juice and vinegar. You might be surprised to find out which detergent performed the best as well as which age group has the best memory! And for those wondering the answer to that age-old question ~ "Can you teach an old dog new tricks?" ~ the answer is "Yes" according to the results of this latest study! Read more to see photos of the St. Henry Science Fair.
As part of their annual Lenten preparation this spring, the St. Henry School children of Watertown, Wisconsin, raised $1,566.08 for the Catholic Multicultural Center in Madison. A representative of the fifth grade class ~ the victorious winners of this year's traditional Penny War ~ hands CMC's Director, Andy Russell, a check for that amount during a recent school assembly. Information on the many good works done by this agency for the poor and needy in the greater Madison area can be found on their website, cmctoday.org.