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We would like to welcome the incoming students to
St. Mary Catholic School for the 2019/2020 school year. 


Lucy Barnes
Austin Bennett
Mara Conklin
Amelia Feldpausch
Blake Flye
Alex Focht
Marcella Koski
Mia Marrone
Dexter Moyle
Aiden Normandin
Hillary Riley
Sarabeth Sachs
Karianne Sachs
Clay Strzalkowski
Penny Thelen
Blakely VanSickler
Lochlann Bear
Sofia Klein
Mario Landolt

Zofia Stevens
Dominic Landolt
Pilot Peters
Rose Rabideau
Henry Kowalewsky
Connor Bear
Colin Mourey
Violet Peters
Anne Rabideau
Lucia Landolt
Andrew McClorey
Kaya Kowalewsky
Matias Landolt
Jacob Rabideau
Paul Tabit
Grace Molter
Nathan Dippel
Miriam Hahnenberg
Owen Mourey
Maria Rabideau
Running Club at Williamston Track 
Meet Coach Bristol and Mr. Lomas at the track. 
9am - 9:45 am TODAY!
Bring your running shoes! Contact Coach Bristol with any questions at (517) 898-7912 -or-

Upcoming Running Club Dates
Saturday June 22, 9:00 am - 9:45 am
Saturday June 28, 9:00 am - 9:45 am
Wednesday July 3, 9:00 am - 9:45 am
Saturday July 6, 9:00 am - 9:45 am

Keep an eye out for Fr. Mark as he drives a car in the Red Cedar Jubilee derby Saturday  at 6:00 pm!


As students of St. Mary Catholic School, we want to reflect modesty, dignity, humility, unity with one another, and pride in our school and parish. Our blue and white colors reflect our devotion to our school patroness, the Blessed Mother.

St. Mary students learn discipline and establish standards of behavior and mutual respect by wearing their uniform. These characteristics lead each person, even the youngest students, to develop self-control and self-respect.

The required uniform unites the entire student body and becomes an outward sign of our common goals and purpose of St. Mary School. Kindergarten through eighth grade students are brought together simply by wearing a shared uniform. Within our community, our school uniform distinguishes our students as representatives of St. Mary Catholic School. Our uniform dress code is based on plain, sensible attire that is appropriate for both school and church. The wearing of a uniform continues the lengthy tradition in Catholic schools.


(By June 28th everything NOT taken from the Lost and Found will be donated)


Wellington c. 1925 upright piano.

GREAT SOUND. Needs tuning. Was wood stained brown. From St. Mary School. In good condition with wear and tear from years of school play. Missing one castor wheel. 
You're welcome to come by the school to play it before deciding on taking it home.

(must move the piano themselves)


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