A Community of Faith, Family, and Learning
You have the chance to make a difference in the education of our students this year on Giving Tuesday. Giving Tuesday is a day that began as a way to inspire generosity during the season of giving. After people finish their Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping, Giving Tuesday is a chance to make sure others also have a great holiday season.
This year Giving Tuesday is on December 1st, just days away!
With the help of people like you, St. William School can fulfill its mission to be academically excellent. We can do this with a STEM based curriculum that provides an integrated way of learning that is hands-on. We would like to partner with A World in Motion (AWIM) https://www.sae.org/learn/education. Along with curriculum, AWIM offers student kits (20 that range from $10/student to $600/student) to support better understanding of the lessons – Pre K through middle school. Based on donations – our leadership team and staff will decide together which kits/grades will work best with the lessons.
In this time of uncertainty, there’s a fundamental truth that gives us hope – that together we can do extraordinary things. Join us on #GivingTuesday and let’s rally to Support STEM Education at St. William!
Next Tuesday, simply tap on the link to make your donation. It’s that easy and quick. https://cbo.io/d/StWCS or texting StWCS to 56651 and follow the prompts to make and pay for your donation.
We are prepared to begin school in the fall as Phase 4 of the AOD plan (below) and are ready to move to Phase 3 – Online Learning, if needed. Please see St. William’s Online Learning in Response to COVID-19.
Archbishop Vigneron announced a bold, new vision for Catholic education in the Archdiocese of Detroit, challenging the Church to embark on a journey of renewal and re-invention with Catholic schools as the face of a missionary movement. Read “Unleashing Our Catholic Schools: A Strategic Vision for the Future of the Archdiocese of Detroit” PDF document | Mobile-friendly website
“We exist to provide a school environment in which Christ is encountered and Discipleship is fostered through the teaching and practice of Catholic Traditions, values, and doctrine, while challenging each student to academic excellence.”
Visit our Advancement page to read the 2019 Annual Report and Giving opportunities.
Throughout the school year the following time schedule will be in effect:
7:30AM – Doors open, students begin arrival for school
7:45AM – Morning prayer, tardy bell
11:30AM – 11:50AM 4th – 8th grade
11:50AM – 12:05PM – Cleaning and disinfecting of lunch area
12:10PM – 12:30PM – Prek – 3rd grade
2:45PM – Bus student dismissal
2:55PM – Preschool and Jr. Kindergarten dismissal
3:00PM – Kindergarten – 8th grade dismissal
Mrs. Betsy Gabrish, Principal
Mrs. Angela Roelofs, Junior Kindergarten
Mrs. Elizabeth Riehl, Kindergarten
Mrs. Bridget Dulzo, Preschool
Mrs. Katherine Brittain, First – Second Grade
Mrs. Kathy Chapp, Third Grade
Mrs. Sandy Gallagher, Fourth Grade
Mrs. Janet Salley, Middle School Science
Mrs. Dianna Diffenderfer, Sixth/Seventh Grade
Mrs. Holly McDonald, Middle School
Mrs. Lisa Pierson, SOUL Room Consultant
Mrs. Tammy Alber, SOUL Room Consultant