Gail Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship Fund
 /  Gail Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship Fund

My sister, Gail, passed away in 1984; she was only 25 years old. Her life was filled with adversity and struggle as a result of several congenital birth defects. I was unable to do anything for her then but I always knew that when I was able to give back, I would do something to help teenagers struggling to achieve a successful adulthood. Young people like my sister Gail—who struggle in everyday life, but have a desire to make a difference in others’ lives—have been the inspiration for the Gail Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship. By helping others in her memory, we ensure that her life had meaning; we affirm that her life had a purpose. Gail lives on through the positive impact of her scholars.

I have chosen to partner with St. Thomas More High School because overcoming adversity can be daunting at any age and downright overwhelming to teenagers and I truly believe that the support and consistency of the nurturing environment at St. Thomas More at this critical time of life is key to long-term success.  If we can help them now and build the right foundation now, the positive results in life for them and everyone they touch can be truly profound and have an amazing ripple effect for years to come.

I believe very strongly in this mission, and I look forward to continuing this work with St. Thomas More.  I invite anyone who shares my passion for this endeavor to consider donating to the Gail Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship Fund to help us further our efforts.  My sincere thanks goes to those who have generously donated to deserving students who only needed to know that someone cares.

 

Glen Guszkowski
Don Bosco Class of 1972

 
 

To read more about the Gail Guszkowski Memorial Scholarship Fund, please see the article in our Spirit magazine.

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Congratulations to the Cavalier Powerlifting Team! On Saturday, seven Cavaliers competed in a powerlifting meet at Cudahy High School. Five of the seven athletes medaled, and two of those students are going to state!

“Coach Litscher and I are proud of these student athletes for the hard work and dedication to training," said powerlifting coach and STM science teacher Mike Fricke. "Strength training has a unique way of instilling confidence and growth in young men and women, and in the end that is the most important outcome anyone would want of our students at St. Thomas More High School.”

Stay tuned for more updates on our powerlifting team as some of them compete in Germantown in February and then at the state meet in Appleton on March 2 and 3.

Pictured: Dianeli, Jorge (qualified for state), Steve (won a 3rd place medal), Jeff (won a 2nd place medal), Evan, David (won a 2nd place medal) and Dylan (qualified for state).
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Mr. Kelly and Ms. McIntosh had a great morning with the STM First Robotics Team 1714 at the First Launch Party 2019 at WCTC on Saturday! Special thanks to FIRST Robotics and the Rockwell Automation FIRST affiliation, who helped Team 1714 get back on track with very generous grants. Stay tuned to our social media for more updates on our FIRST Robotics team!

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Way to go, Cavaliers!So proud of this team! They overcame many obstacles these last few weeks, including learning new formations and choreography for some..and came out so much stronger because of it, today at Oshkosh!

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2601 East Morgan Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53207

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