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With more than 4,500 graduates, SJA women are making a difference in Milwaukee and beyond!
The message Discovery World hopes to drive home with Girls & STEM event on November 11 is that any girl can thrive in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
The interactive event is designed to spark new interests, make real-life connections, and fight stereotypes and obstacles facing young girls and women in Milwaukee. Girls & STEM hopes to inspire young women to see themselves as future STEM leaders by connecting brilliant female professionals with girls while inspiring creativity and curiosity through engaging hands-on STEM activities. The event will feature more than 35 organizations dedicated to cultivating confidence and empowering girls.
The Milwaukee Bucks hosted its last home opener at the BMO Harris Bradley Center last week. The future of the Bucks is bright, with a top-ranked NBA team, forward-thinking ownership, and a new state-of-the-art arena to move into less than a year from now.
The same week as its home opener, the Bucks also hosted a once-in-a-lifetime tour of its new facility for a dozen students from St. Joan Antida High School's robotics team.
SJA students, staff and faculty had a ton of fun during this year's Spirit Week! Spirit Week is a chance for us to promote POSITIVE ENERGY throughout our building and school community.
On Friday, September 29 the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma Programme (DP) students volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House of Eastern Wisconsin and baked tasty snacks from scratch. The DP students organized this volunteer initiative as one of their Creativity, Activity, Service (CAS) projects. Together the students collaborated in making something very special and quite a tasty treat for the families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.