SWS ~ Quick Reference Guide

School Phone Number:  952-758-3133

Principal: Kim Doyle

Office Administrator: Sherry Hartman

Club House Director: Jessica Bohnsack

Health Aide: Rhonda Pauly

 

Sources of Information

General Information

School Start and End Times

School Cancellations and Late Starts

School Security and Emergencies

The school locks all doors during the school day.  Admittance into the school building can only be done at the main front door near the school office. Visitors must ring the doorbell and be officially admitted into the building. All visitors must sign in to the office. Parents who drop things off for students will be asked to leave the item at the office and a staff member will take the item to the child’s classroom. Visitors for lunch and those who come to volunteer in the school must sign in and put on a visitor badge.  

Emergency procedures are in place for unwelcomed guests. Teachers and students practice the emergency procedures on a regular basis.

Buses and Pick Up/Drop Off Procedures.

Club House

This extended care program is open to all students in Pre-Kindergarten and older. Club House is open afterschool on all school days. It is also open on teacher workshop days and conference days as needed.  Club House is open during non-school days if more than 4 students are signed up. Club House is open during the summer months for a full summer program.

Wednesday Mass 

Lunch

Parent Teacher Conferences

General Tuition Information

Ways to Earn Tuition Dollars

School Events

There are many events going on at St. Wenceslaus.  Please watch for information on these events in the school newsletter, notices in your child’s backpack, the school website @ swsaints.org, or our facebook social media site.

A Sampling of School Events:

Volunteering and Getting Involved

It is highly encouraged at St. Wenceslaus to get involved in your child’s school experience at whatever level you can.  

Requirements Before Volunteering

Mandatory Volunteer Shifts

Each family is required to have an adult or adults to work two separate shifts.

In the registration packet, there is a form with the dates and times for available shifts at the following events:

The funds raised from these events contribute directly to the school’s operational budget.

Mandatory Fundraisers

There are 3 mandatory fundraisers in which your family will participate.  These fundraisers contribute directly to the school’s operational budget.

Non-Mandatory Fundraisers

Non-mandatory fundraising opportunities exist to help raise additional funding for the school. They include:

Send collected items to the school office.

The School Auction is a major school fundraiser. Although participation is not required, it is highly encouraged for school parents to actively participate and attend this event. This event is one to recruit friends and family to come along.

Pie Sales – This sale helps the students in the 7th and 8th grade earn the funds they need to go to Washington DC.

The Golf Tournament takes place in June. This is a fun day for all. Beginners to experienced golfers go on the course for a fun golf scramble to raise money for the school.

Ice Fishing Contest takes place in February on Cedar Lake. This event is open to the public. It is free but we ask school families to sell at least $25 in tickets for this event.

School Book Fair

Students can purchase a new book for themselves and the profit is used to purchase books for the school library.

                SWS – 2017-18