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St. Wendelin "In the News" Items for 2014-2015


 
Hello From St. Wendelin Catholic School!
 

 

TRANSITION

The past couple weeks have been busy.

We graduated nineteen students from our school. We witnessed our pastoral intern, Fr. Scott Woods, be ordained a priest and celebrated a Mass of Thanksgiving with him here. We prepared for, and completed, a successful parish festival. We celebrated Fr. Weibl’s many years of ministry and said our final goodbyes. A lot has happened in the past few weeks.

And even with everything that has happened, we know there is still more to happen. Preparations have already begun for Fr. Todd’s arrival as our pastor. The St. Joseph’s Workers have been working in the rectory to refresh the accommodations. Carpet has been removed, rooms are being painted, and the staff is working to learn some new tricks.

With everything that we are doing to prepare for Fr. Todd, let’s make sure that we don’t forget the most important thing we can do: pray. It is important for us to prepare our parish for Fr. Todd’s arrival, and the place we can start is in our hearts, asking the Holy Spirit to guide him as he leads us closer to our God. Before I came here two years ago, the parish prepared a “spiritual bouquet” for me. I propose that we do the same in preparation for Fr. Todd. The idea is simple: in our prayer, make Fr. Todd’s ministry the intention of your prayer. Whether it’s your intention at Mass, in a rosary, holy hour, or other devotion, pray for him, and fill out the sheet so he knows that we are praying for him. If you don’t want to include your name, that’s ok too. Just be sure to pray for him. After all, Fr. Weibl’s parting desire was that we “pray for one another as Jesus taught us.”

Know of my prayers for all of you,

Fr. Chris




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GOD BLESS! GO T.E.A.M. OF DISCIPLINE!


Mr. Mike Amlin, principal
Father Chris Mileski
 




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Letter to Parents expaining this program

At St. Wendelin Catholic School, we are dedicated to providing a safe and secure learning environment for your children and our students. However, a variety of factors affect this environment we seek to create in our school. Recent studies have shown that over 20% of students feel unsafe at school due to direct or observed stressors.

Through the Catholic Diocese of Toledo, St. Wendelin has implemented a web-based incident reporting tool called TIPS. TIPS is a comprehensive platform for reporting, tracking and documenting incidents and concerns. TIPS empowers students, parents, teachers and community members to be heard and to anonymously report incidents and concerns. The goal of TIPS is prevention and to help identify red flags and warning signs before an incident occurs or escalates.


 

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