Last modified Oct 28

Preschool (EC3)

  • EC 3
I am a graduate of Western Michigan University and have been working with preschoolers for the last 8 years as a teacher and director of a program in Chicago. My husband, 3 children and I moved here 2 years ago from the Chicago area and are loving Green Bay and being closer to family. I am very excited to be starting this school year at St John's in the 3 year old preschool class. The best part of working with preschool age children is their excitement for learning. I feel very blessed to be a part of the St John's school community!

Welcome to Preschool!

Click here for PreK-3 Handbook!


What’s Happening in EC-3…

First day of school – drop off will be at door #1 at 8:05.  Pick up is at the classroom door at 11:05

Show & Tell / Mystery Bag:

Please send your All About Me poster on your snack day.  Once we have all of those shared we will start Mystery Show and Tell.  Please watch your students back pack for the mystery bag.  We will rotate through the class and each student will take a turn bringing 1 show and tell item to school on Wed/Thur.  The item should be kept a secret until it is time to share.

Upcoming Events


Fri 17th: Play Day Mon/Wed 8:30-9:30  –  Tues/Thurs 10:00-11:00

Mon 27th: All School Open House 3:30-6:30   –   Pick up school information, get your school pictures taken and drop off school supplies.



Our themes this month: All About Me, Squares and the color Yellow

Tues 4th: First Day Tues/Thurs class

Wed 5th: First Day Mon/Wed class



Our themes this month: Fall, Circles and the color Orange

Tues 23rd & Thurs 25th: Parent Teacher Conferences

Fri 26th: No School

Tues 30th/Wed 31st: Halloween Party

Parents please come at 10:20 to help students dress in their costume.  We will be trick-or-treating through the school at 10:30.



Our themes this month: Giving Thanks, Triangles and the color Brown

Tues 20th/ Wed 21st – Thanksgiving Feast  We will all sit together and eat a mini Thanksgiving dinner together.  Parent helpers please come at 10:00 to help set up for feast.


Fri 23rd – No School


Our themes this month: Birth of Jesus, Star and the color Red

Wed 19th/Thurs 2oth: Cookie Decorating with Parents

Mon 24th – Tues 1st: Christmas Break


Our themes this month: Arctic Animals, Rectangles and the colors White & Black

Wed 2nd: Classes Resume

Wed 2nd/Thurs 3rd: Pajama Day

Fri 18th: No School


Our themes this month: Fairy Tales, Hearts and the colors Pink & Purple

Wed 13th/Thurs 14th: Valentine’s Day Celebration

Fri 15th: No School


Our themes this month: The 5 Senses, Oval and the color Green

Thurs 7th/Friday 8th: Parent Teacher Conferences

Mon 11th – Fri 15th: Spring Break


Our themes this month: Food & Nutrition, Diamond and the color Blue

Fri 19th: No School

Sun 21st: Happy Easter

Mon 22nd: No School


Our themes this month: Flowers, Shape and Color Review

Mon 27th – Memorial Day  – No School


Classroom Wish List

Tissue paper, all colors

Elmer’s glue sticks, disappearing purple

Mini Erasers – seasonal

Pom poms


Scholastic Book Orders

Please consider purchasing books from Scholastic. Every book ordered earns our classroom FREE books!

Click here to visit the Scholastic website.

Enter Code: RC33H



If you would like a SCRIP envelope to purchase SCRIP, please contact Lynn McKean in the Parish office.


Phone Number: 920-434-2145 ext. 208


St. John the Baptist School Prayer

Dear St. John the Baptist,

Thank you for being the patron of our school. Please ask God, our Father, to bless St. John the Baptist School with many, many students and an abundance of financial resources to help our school grow. Help me, my family, and all of us grow in Holiness every day.

Through Christ our Lord,



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St. John the Baptist School Mission Statement

St. John the Baptist School provides an education that is centered in Jesus Christ and on the Gospel Values through the intercession of St. John the Baptist. Our school is dedicated to knowing our faith, teaching our faith, and living our faith, while creating an environment that maximizes learning in all academic areas. Our students are provided with the necessary education to become faith-filled, independent, critical thinkers who are prepared to be active, responsible members of the Catholic Church and society.