St. Clare School

All of the details about a special Catholic Schools Week!

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Let's Celebrate St. Clare School and Catholic Education

12 Reasons to celebrate Catholic Schools from the National Catholic Educators Association:

1. We offer an education that combines Catholic faith and teachings with academic excellence.

2. We partner with parents in the faith formation of their children.

3. We set high standards for student achievement and help them succeed.

4. We provide a balanced academic curriculum that integrates faith, culture, and life.

5. We use technology effectively to enhance education.

6. We instill in students the value of service to others.

7. We teach children respect of self and others.

8. We emphasize moral development and self-discipline.

9. We prepare students to be productive citizens and future leaders.

10. We have a 99% high school graduation rate. 85% of our graduates go to college.

11. We cultivate a faculty and staff of people who are dedicated, caring, and effective.

12. We provide a safe and welcoming environment for all.

Catholic Schools in the Diocese of Green Bay are a community of parents, teachers, administrators, clergy and religious with values rooted in the Catholic faith, all working together to provide our students with a strong foundation to become missionary disciples. Our schools provide opportunities for students, families, faculty, staff and board members to grow in a commitment to be faithful disciples of Jesus Christ.

Mission of St. Clare:

A family of lifelong learners dedicated to the growth and development of each person, as a disciple, by nurturing Catholic faith, talents, and stewardship.

Our Vision:

To be witnesses of the Gospel in our words, actions, and all that we do.

Our Values:

Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Faithfulness, & Self-Control

Thank you for trusting the St. Clare Parish & School Team with helping your family and educating your sons and daughters. We are grateful you are here!

May God continue to bless you, guide you, and keep you safe.


Katie Stanczak, Principal

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Catholic Schools Week: St. Clare Service Focus

St. Clare School will be focusing on our neighbors and the less fortunate among us.

As Jesus taught us:

"I give you a new commandment: love one another. As I have love you, so you also should love one another. This is how all will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another" (NABRE John 13:34-35).

Please watch the short video below about St. John's Ministries and the work that they do. Although many know St. John's Ministries as the St. John's Homeless Shelter in Green Bay. The organization has grown into so much more. Through the entire program, they are able to help people from all over NE Wisconsin, including our region of southern Brown/Northern Outagamie counties.

In 2021-2022, the organization sheltered 564 people. If you are interesting in learning more, please reach out to:

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Who is St John's Ministries

Please donate new items on the list below. Thank you.

Items in Most Need:

- Hand Warmers

- Backpacks

- Men's XL Gloves

- Women's Gloves of all sizes (No hand knit, please)

- Sugar, Creamer, and Regular Coffee

- Toilet Bowl Cleaner

- Disinfecting Spray

- Plastic Cups (10 oz)

- Paper Bowls

Other items to consider: Click Here

All donations can be placed in the bin by the Catholic Schools Week bulletin board by the office. Thank you Mrs. Diny for a beautifully decorated board for this special week.

Students are also invited to pay $1 for the special "Hat" day on Monday, January 30th.

Get Your Dash for Cash tickets by January 26th for this weekend!

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Green Bay Gamblers Dash for Cash with our own Mr. Brauer

Saturday, Jan. 28th, 7pm

820 Armed Forces Drive

Green Bay, WI

Link to purchase tickets:

{Last day to purchase tickets is January 26, 2023} $3 from each ticket sold is donated back to St. Clare’s plus a portion of the funds that Pete Brauer is able to scoop up from the ice on our behalf. Come for the game, join the fun with the community, and let’s cheer on our own Mr. Brauer as we raise some funds for St. Clare’s.

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A Note About Registration and Enrollment

Dear St. Clare Families,

I want to thank you for your interest in choosing St. Clare Catholic School as a faith-filled learning hub for your family. Admittedly, the decision can be a big financial factor and commitment for families. I also realize that the Parish and School's decision to modify the tuition model can cause additional questions or need for conversation. Please know that Fr. Brian and I are open to any and all of your questions, feedback, or concerns.

I would also encourage you to elect the tuition model that best fits your conscience and family need or dynamic. While questions and conversations about finances can be stressful, at any time of year, please know that this process is designed to be reflective NOT judgmental. Please be honest and know that we are here to support you as much as possible.


Katie Stanczak

Catholic Schools Week: Kickoff at Weekend Masses.

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Saturday, January 28: Askeaton at 4pm

Saturday, January 28: Wrightstown at 5:30pm

Sunday, January 29: Greenleaf at 8am

Sunday, January 29: Wrightstown at 10am

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Sunday, January 29: OPEN HOUSE following the 10am Mass in Wrightstown

Open House Details:

Please stop by the school after the 10am Wrightstown Mass to visit the classrooms, meet the teachers, and see our wonderful school environment.

Quick Overview of What to Wear for the Week!

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Please remember to follow our dress code guidelines.

Saturday and Sunday (January 28 and 29) - St. Clare Gear

Monday, January 30: Pay $1 to wear a hat (All donations will go to St. John Ministries/Shelter)

Tuesday, January 31: College/Future Day

Wednesday, February 1: Class Color Day

3K, K, 2, 4, and 6th: Green

4K, 1, 3, 5, and 7th: Blue

8th Grade: Class Hoodie

Faculty and Staff: Black

Thursday, February 2: Dress Up for Jesus or St. Clare attire for Mass

Friday, February 3: No School so it's a bonus pajama day!

Monday, January 30th - Gratitude Day

The St. Clare Disciples are going to focus on gratitude today. In addition to their classes we are going to prioritize some community outreach. Each grade level is assigned 2-3 local businesses that are influential in our area. Many of these local businesses support the school community through a variety of service, financial, and engaging collaborations. Thank you to our wonderful community for being a support to the future generations.

Tuesday, January 31st - Teacher Trivia

Today, the students will get to have some fun and friendly classroom competition. Each room will compete against the other classrooms to see who knows the most about their teachers, the staff, and Principal. Classrooms will consist of a mixture of all grades and see who can come out on top of the leaderboard.

FANG is visiting @ NOON from the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers. He will be visiting with all of the students to promote the Reading Program. Students can win tickets to the Friday, May 12 game at 6:40pm

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Wednesday, February 1st - SCHOOL CHOICE BEGINS & Board Game Day

Today marks the opening for the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program applications for 2023-2024. Please reach out to Katie Stanczak with any questions or concerns.


3K, K, 2, 4, and 6th: Green

4K, 1, 3, 5, and 7th: Blue

8th Grade: Class Hoodie

Faculty and Staff: Black/St. Clare Apparel


Later this afternoon, students will get an opportunity to play and learn board games with their peers. We are going to focus on the school values and just have fun!

Thursday, February 2nd: All School Mass and Family Social Afterwards

All parents and community members are welcome to join the students and staff for coffee, treats, and Bingo after Mass. We will have an extended social for about 45 minutes. Please visit with students, chat with the teachers, see Mrs. Stanczak with questions, or learn about the school and Parish. We will have lemonade, treats, coffee, Bingo, and some small prizes. Please come for Mass and then stop down in the Church Hall (Wrightstown).

Alumni, Please join us for the Catholic Schools Week Social after Mass on Thursday.

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Friday, February 3rd - NO SCHOOL

Please enjoy the day and email Katie Stanczak with any questions related to your enrollment, registration, or WPCP paperwork.

Remember to enroll by the end of the week to maximize the registration fee discount.

Thank you for trusting St. Clare's as the best educational opportunity for your child/ren.

Mrs. Stanczak will be dropping off all donations to St. John's Ministries by 4pm today.