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Thank you to all the golfers and workers that participated in the 5th Annual Roncalli Community Golf Classic.  Over $11,000 was raised to benefit Roncalli's Tuition Aid Fund. Hope to see you all back next year!
October 2015
50th Anniversary Homecoming Celebration

  
Roncalli recently held Homecoming Week with activities that included Hawaiian Day, School Spirit Day, and Class Color Day, Survivor Games, and Outdoor Volleyball followed by the presentation of the Homecoming Court.  On Friday, a very special 50th Anniversary Homecoming Liturgy was celebrated with Bishop Ricken and Father Peter Mitchell. The week concluded with a football game against Two Rivers, recognition of our 4 State Championship football teams, and the Homecoming Dance in the Atrium.
Class of 1969 "First Days" 
On September 8th, the Class of 1969 was invited to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of their "First Days" at Roncalli High School. As charter members of the Class of '69, they were asked  to join the current faculty, staff and students of Roncalli to share memories, visit with classmates, and meet former teachers.  Over 25 alumni joined in the celebration.
  
Girls Tennis - Conference Champs / Good Luck at State

Congratulation to the Girls Tennis Team on being the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Champions.  Good luck to Tallie Piaskowski, Roncalli's number 1 singles player, who returns to the State Tournament for the 4th time.  With a record of 24-1, she is the Number 1 seed in the tournament and is looking for her first gold medal.  Also competing at state this year are the number 1 doubles team of Maddie Salutz (returning to state) and Abby Welnetz.  Good luck to all three girls.
Roncalli's 48th Annual Cross Country Invitational Renamed Sue Schneider Schmitt Invitational

  During our 50th Anniversary Year at Roncalli, we would like to celebrate our history by recognizing people and events that have made a great impact on the community.
  One of those people is Sue (Schneider) Schmitt, who was a long-time math teacher, coach, and now volunteer.  The Cross Country meet was our 48th Annual at Lincoln Park and Sue has been part of 47 of those events.
   It was only fitting that we renamed the meet after her.  The Sue Schneider Schmitt Invitational is in recognition and appreciation for Sue's dedication, faith, and the ability to motivate and guide young people for five decades.

Make Plans To Attend the Fall Play "The Mousetrap" by Agatha Christie

October  22, 23,  & 24, at 7 pm

Box office will be open from 5-7pm on October 19 and every night of the show.

A group of strangers is stranded in a boarding house during a snow storm, one of whom is a murderer. The suspects include the newly married couple who run the house, a spinster with a curious background, an architect who seems better equipped to be a chef, a retired Army major, a strange little man who claims his car has overturned in a drift, and a jurist who makes life miserable for everyone. Into their midst comes a policeman, who probes the background of everyone present, and rattles a lot of skeletons.