Valentines for the Community

This week, the 4th graders helped their kindergarten buddies with their Service Project by making Valentine cards for the residents at Cardinal Ridge.

Spring 2020 (Optional) Parent-Teacher Conferences

Parents/guardians need to sign up for an optional conference using the links below.

Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held this year on:
Thursday, March 5th, 3:30-7:30 PM
Friday, March 6th, 12:30-3:00 PM (Half Day of School)

At St. John the Baptist School, we truly feel that the education of children is a partnership between the school and home. Conferences are a great opportunity to speak about how we can work together for the child and to better understand situations impacting learning. To make conferences as effective as possible, we recommend that parents plan ahead for conferences. One way to do this is to formulate and prioritize questions ahead of time. Consider the following topics when formulating questions: curriculum, behavior, spiritual development, schedule, classroom procedures/expectations, testing, parent-teacher partnership.

Parents/guardians need to sign up for conferences using the links below. Conference sign up closes on Tuesday, March 3rd at noon so that teachers can prepare.


Mrs. Berndt:

Mrs. Baye:

Mrs. Liebergen:

Miss Hogan:

Miss Nelson:

Mrs. Hess:

Mrs. Wolfgram:

Mrs. Lehner:

Mrs. Peterson:

Miss Bodoh:

Miss Baranczyk:

Ms. Buckett:

Mr. Matthews:

Middle School

Middle school parents, please sign up for your child’s homeroom teacher only.  If you need to see an additional teacher, you can conference with up to one more middle school teacher.  If you have additional requests, please email the teacher.

Mr. Lohff:

Mrs. Schmitz:

** Seventh-grade students with last names starting with A-Ma should sign up to see Mrs. Gerrits (homeroom) and seventh-grade students with last names starting with Mc-Z should sign up to see Mrs. Lange (homeroom).

Mrs. Lange:

Mrs. Gerrits:

Ms. Withbroe:

Specials and Specialists

Mrs. Heinz (Reading): By Appointment Only

Mrs. Atnip (Supportive Consultant): By Appointment Only

Mr. Giese (Physical Education/Health):

Mr. Fogarty (Music):

Mr. Stranz (Band):

Mr. Hart (Art):

Mrs. Barnhart:

Principal’s Blog: Auction Packets and Spring 2020 Conferences

Hot off the presses! The highly anticipated, Tailgate in Titletown Auction packet will be coming home next week in the blue communication folders. In this packet, you can find an introduction to the event, answers to frequently asked questions, information on how to register and more! The Auction is our largest fundraiser of the year and it is through dedicated hearts and hands that this event is made possible! Please, mark your calendars for Saturday, April 4th and join us for a night of friends, fun, and fundraising!

Spring Parent-Teacher Conferences are right around the corner. These optional conferences will be offered on Thursday, March 5th from 3:30-7;30 PM and Friday, March 6th from 12:30-3:00 PM. Please see the link below to sign-up for a slot with your child’s teacher. We look forward to meeting with you to celebrate the growth and achievements of each child.


Conference Sign-Up

Grandparent Day 2020!

Our celebration of National Catholic Schools Week wouldn’t have been complete without Grandparent /Special Person Day!

Grandparents are the foundation to the families we cherish so much! A big thank you to all of the volunteers who helped to make this day and event so special!

Science Fair 2020!

Our students were thrilled to share their displays and knowledge at the annual Science Fair here at St. John the Baptist School. It was another fantastic activity to celebrate Catholic Schools Week and showcase the outstanding academics our students receive from our talented teachers!


Principal’s Blog: Staff In-Service Feb. 2020

This Friday, the staff of Green Bay Area Catholic Education (GRACE) school system will spend the day praying, learning and working together on strategies that will help our students pray, learn and work together even better. The morning will begin at Nativity parish where the staff will pray and learn through a “teaching Mass.” At a teaching Mass, the priest prays the Mass, pausing throughout to help staff grow in knowledge and understanding of the beautiful details of the Mass. Then, Peter Weiss, the Living Justice Program Director for the Diocese of Green Bay, will give a presentation on how diversity is changing in our GRACE schools. His talk, “Open Wide Your Hearts,” will highlight the great gift diversity is for our community.

In the afternoon, teachers will gather in academic teams to discuss and develop curriculum for the entire system. This level of collaboration helps strengthen the individual teachers while elevating the effectiveness of our academic program.