SCHOOL

Our Vision

St. John the Baptist Catholic School provides a Christ-centered education which prepares each student spiritually, intellectually, and socially to make a meaningful contribution to society. In partnership with family, Church, and community, we provide a Catholic education of the highest quality.

Our Mission

It is our mission that St. John’s students take an active role in their faith formation by respectfully participating in the Eucharist at Mass; pray as an individual, a class, and as a school; charitably complete service projects and contribute to the good of our society; and prayerful study of the Bible and the teachings of the Church.

It is our mission to commit to maintaining student-centered classrooms where children actively engage in the learning process by performing authentic assessments which reflect real-life experiences.  Current curriculum and emphasis on state standards will ensure that students are well-rounded and independent learners.

It is our mission to provide St. John’s students a faith-filled, meaningful education where they can excel to the best of their abilities.  Each student will be respected as an individual and will be afforded the tools to be a lifelong learner, a productive member of our dynamic society, and a young adult Christian who lives with Jesus in their heart.

St. John the Baptist School Visitation Policy

2018-2019 St. John School Registration Form

 

 

 

Graveyard of Saints 2018

 
On Thursday, November 1 St. John 7th and 8th grade classes presented a Graveyard of Saints.  Students told about the life St. Elizabeth of Hungary, St. Maria Goretti, St. Hubert, St. Francis of Assisi, St. Catherine of Sienna and many more.

 

Congratulations to our Class of 2018 Graduates

On Wednesday, May 30, we recognized our Class of 2018 Kindergarten and Eighth Grade graduates in two separate events.  The Kindergarten graduates were honored during our morning Mass.  The Eighth Grade graduates were honored during an evening ceremony.  Both groups of graduates had a social in the Church Dining Hall after their respective Mass and ceremony.

Kindergarten GraduationKindergarten Class of 2018
Front Row: Amelia Kaiser, Claire Braunel, AliMae Martin
Middle Row: Norah Wozny, Isla Conway, Brady Berens, Katelyn VanDerLeest
Back Row: Kindergarten Teacher Fran Donahue, Principal Jeff Gulan, Father Tom Huff

 

8th Grade GraduationEighth Grade Class of 2018
Front Row: Collin Gajewski, Maria Hackel, Grant Simcock, Everet Brehm
Back Row: Principal Jeff Gulan, Father Tom Huff, Deacon Greg Kaiser

 

Meet the staff for the Spring of 2018

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Front Row:  Fran Donahue, Jane Bergs, Kirsty Fahey (long term sub), Marie Stubbe (Secretary)
Back Row:  Brenda Werner, Jeff Gulan (Principal), Sally Wenzel, Shannon Merkes, & June Wozny

 

Patriot Pen Winners of 2018

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 Maria Hackel 8th grade, Morgan Schnelle 7th grade, and Jonathan Hafferman 6th grade

 

 

All Saints Day: Graveyard Saints Activity November 1, 2017

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7th and 8th Grade Students studied different Saints and then dressed up as that Saint on November 1st.

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The students gave a detailed life history of their Saint to the rest of the students

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Carving Pumpkins for Make a Difference Day October 23-27, 2017pumpkin2017forweb44

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Father Billy Dodge, Vocations Director
visits St. John’s Parish and School on October 25 and 26, 2017

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Middle School Fall Field Trip to Camp Forest Springs October 20, 2017

Walking on the bog and looking for cranberry bog plants

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Low Ropes–Get in line from youngest to oldest with no talking and two blindfolded

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Geocaching and Winning Team

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