Seton Catholic School Newsletter

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May 21, 2021

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From the Principal...

Dear Seton Community,

You may be aware that the CDC has released new guidance on mask wearing for vaccinated individuals. At Seton School, masks will continue to be required for all who are in our building regardless of vaccination status. According to Sheboygan Public Health, "schools are listed as an exception to this new guidance. Public Health with the State Department continues to recommend students and staff to wear masks to reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19 in school settings." We will continue to maintain our COVID protocols through the remainder of the school year. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, pray for us.


Dr. Stephanie Nardi, principal

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A Change for Mrs. Nienhuis

After much prayerful consideration I have made the decision to not return to Seton next school year. This was a very difficult decision for my family and I because I loved my time here at Seton. I will miss the students, staff, and families that I have connected with over the years. I wish Seton nothing but the best in the future.


Angela Nienhuis

Spring is here. Get your "Join the Pride!" yard sign now. Available in the office.

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Get Your Mystic Monk Coffee Now!

Our last coffee order for the 2020-21 school year will be placed next week. Please turn in any orders to the school office no later than May 26. You will find order forms in your Friday folder.
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Thinking About Band in Fall?

Check out 2021-22 band information at

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COVID-19 Information

You may have heard in the news that the CDC has released options to reduce the length of COVID-19 quarantines. I have attached the Sheboygan County Recommendations for your review. Seton Catholic will be using those recommendations as listed below. We will maintain a 14 day quarantine as we are in a setting with many people and the potential for spread. Please be diligent with safety precautions as we are hoping to stay face to face for your children.

14 day no symptoms, no test option:

This is a 14-day quarantine from Seton School. The quarantine begins with the start of symptoms or the day of last contact with a positive case. The student can return to school without a doctor note after 14 days and if he/she has no symptoms. These days will be tracked in the office.

7 day no symptoms, negative test option:

Quarantine can end after day 7 of quarantine with a negative test and no symptoms if the test was taken no sooner than day 6 of the quarantine. The quarantine begins with the start of symptoms or day of last contact with a positive case. The student can return to school with a dated confirmation of a negative test and no symptoms. The days will be tracked in the school office.

Please note that household contacts are handled differently.

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Updated Sheboygan North Catholic Parishes Wish List

If you wish to donate to the wish list below, please contact your parish office or the school office. Thank you.
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Alumni Facebook Group

Are you a Seton, Holy Name, Holy Family, St. Clement, or St. Dominic alumni? If you or someone you know is an alumni join the new FB group at


To get Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School text or email reminders and announcements on your phone, join REMIND by following this link or the directions below. All contacts from 2019-2020 were deleted to refresh our account. Please sign up again. Thank you.
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