Registration for the 2018-2019 School Year

Please follow the above link to enroll your child(ren) in St. John the Baptist School.
For the 2018 – 2019 school year, tuition rates are as indicated below, which includes the $100.00 per student registration fee:

  • $900.00 per Kindergarten through 8th Grade student
  • $450.00 per Preschool student


School Documents

2018 – 2019 School Year Calendar

School Supply Lists

2018-19 School Year Supply List – Elementary (PreK – 4)
2018-19 School Year Supply List – Middle School (5 – 8)


School Forms & Applications

Extended Care

Please download and complete the appropriate form(s).  Return to the School Office.  NOTE – if interested in both Before School Care and After School Care, both forms need to be completed.

2018-19 Before School Care Registration Form
2018-19 After School Care Registration Form

Free & Reduced Price Meals

2018-19 Free & Reduced Price Frequently Asked Questions
2018-19 Free & Reduced Price Application Instructions
2018-19 Free & Reduced Price Application with WaiverUPDATED July 24, 2018

These forms along with additional information about the Free and Reduced Price application process are found under the “Hot Lunch” section of the school website as well.

Safe Environment

Per Diocese of La Crosse policy, those that wish to volunteer around minor children must complete the Safe Environment Training prior to doing so.  Contact Nancy Hackel at the Parish Office (715-352-3011) to complete this process.

School Bus Pass

This form is used whenever a student will be riding a different bus than normal.  Once completed and signed by either the Principal or Secretary, it should be given to the bus driver.

SCRIP Order Form

For the complete list of available SCRIP go to:  Click on “Retailers” from the choices on the top of the page.  On the left side of the screen you will see a big red box titled “Shopping Categories.”  Under that is a blue tab to download the complete list of retailers available.

Current SCRIP Order Form


School Handbooks & Policies

Local Wellness Policy – updated June 2018
As outlined by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, this policy is our school’s guideline establishing an environment to promote the health, well being, and ability to learn of our students.

This policy is cross-posted under the “Hot Lunch” section of the school website as well.