• Educating the Whole Person: St. Ann School provides its students with a holistic education through a curriculumthat encompasses the vision and values of a Christian community.
  • Faith-Filled Learning: We offer experiences and opportunities to grow spiritually, mentally and emotionally in a caring, supportive Catholic environment.
  • Academic Excellence: St. Ann School alumni are consistently represented on the honor roll while attending high school. Technology is integrated into all curricular areas and our state-of-the-art Science Lab is home to the grade-specific FOSS kits.
  • Highest Standards: Our staff works diligently to develop in students the skills and knowledge that are the basis of a strong academic program. We also provide both learning and teaching opportunities through multi-grade interactions and mentoring.
  • Teaching to Learn and Serve: At St. Ann School, core Christian values and a variety of service opportunities are integrated into the curriculum. We strive to instill a sense of integrity in each of our students.
  • Focusing on Individual Needs & Talents: St. Ann’s curriculum focus is student-centered with a continuous progress emphasis that reverences the dignity of the student and serves the individual’s developmental growth needs. With an average class size of less than 20 students, we build a strong educational foundation for each child based on his or her unique needs.
Weekly Calendar
Monday, December 10, 2018
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Thursday, December 13, 2018
Friday, December 14, 2018

News & Notes


St. Ann’s has consulted with members from the Stoughton School District and the Stoughton Police Department to help educate and prepare students in the unfortunate circumstance of an active threat within the parish or school. Specifically, St. Ann’s has adopted the A.L.I.C.E. (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) response. In August, Officer Carson Hoeper from the Stoughton Police Department performed an active shooter training session for parish and school staff. Through the guidance of Officer Hoeper, a certified A.L.I.C.E. trainer, our employees acquired the appropriate actions and protocols to help students and staff maintain a safe environment, should such a threat become a reality. We are now ready to begin educating our students on these same protocols, presented in an age-appropriate, non-threatening format. Teacher-led action plans and classroom protocols for responding to active threats, primarily focusing on the first two letters of the A.L.I.C.E. acronym, Alert and Lockdown.

There will be a meeting for parents or other family members who want to hear more about the A.L.I.C.E. training and guided drill we will be running with students onThursday, Dec. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in Healy Hall You will have the opportunity to ask questions as well as learn more about the long-term plan to include additional drills in 2019. For more information, see the Nov. 28 letter from Mrs. Roisum.

Please join us on December 14 at 9:00 a.m. for the Middle School Holiday Bazaar hosted by students in grades 6-8. This is a fundraiser for their upcoming Spring trips. They will be creating Christmas themed gifts and treats for sale to the younger students, families and parishioners at costs not to exceed $5. Come support our young “makers.”

Save the date! Sunday, Dec. 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. the Kids4Kids charity group (made up of the Gille, Unitan, Hembrook and Langenohl families) is hosting it’s Christmas Family Fun Day again in the St. Ann Parish gym. There will be cookies, cocoa, card-making and beautiful Christmas music thanks to the talents of the Gille/Farris families. And Santa will be there too!

All donations made will go into the Kids4Kids general fund to help families in need in the Stoughton and Oregon communities as needs arise. Since 2015, Kids4Kids has raised $23,000 and given it back to local families in need. We have helped babies born with costly medical conditions, children who have lost a parent or a sibling, and the family of a local principal who was involved in a serious head-on collision cover medical and housing costs.

This event will allow Kids4Kids to respond quickly when the need arises. It also provides a sense of community love and support as we all gather together toward the cause of helping our neighbor in need. If you can’t make the event but would like to make a tax-deductible donation, you can mail a check to Kids4Kids, PO Box 141, Stoughton, WI 53589.

SCHOOL MUSIC PROGRAMS – DEC. 18 (K-4) & DEC. 21 (5-8)
Tuesday, December 18th, at 6:30 p.m., Grades K-4, as well as Band, Grades 4-8, will perform in the church. Students are asked to come in their Christmas colors, and Band students are asked to meet in the library by 6:10 p.m. to ready their instruments. Grade 4 will be performing a song on their guitars as well and may meet in their homeroom. With the exception of Band, all students should be in their homerooms by 6:15 p.m. I am finalizing logistics with Mrs. Smiley so will notify you if there are any changes. H&S will be hosting the post-concert reception in the gym.

For Grades 5-8, students and parents alike are invited to join us in the school gym on Friday, December 21st, at 1:30 p.m. to be entertained by our middle school theater groups, directed by Leo Endres and DeeDee Bouzek and choreographed by Natalie Nemeckay. There are 4 total groups who will be performing their own One Act Plays for the school, and if time allows, the whole school will join in Christmas carols before heading out for Christmas break.

Your holiday shopping can help raise funds for St. Ann’s school! Purchasing scrip gift cards before you head out for Black Friday or do other shopping means you not only get great deals while, but you are contributing to St. Ann’s without having to spend any additional money. To learn more about how the Scrip Gift Card program works, see the School Website or visit and sign in or sign up Great Lakes Scrip.

The St. Ann’s ONLINE Boutique is open HERE! The online store is where you can place orders for a wide range of quality, stylish Logo wear for students and adults through our vendor, Company Casuals.

To take advantage of the most economical pricing structure, logo wear orders will be grouped and submitted in bulk Payments can be made online via PayPal or by cash or check which can be dropped off in the school office in the Home & School mailbox or mailed to the school (see “Logo Wear” folder). Prices include embroidery and shipping. All items will be delivered to the school for pick-up. Please note: If you have a consignment credit, you will need to pay by check at the school office, rather than online.

Questions? Please contact logo wear coordinator, Tonya Kleven .

PLEASE NOTE: Shirts/tops with the current St. Ann logo are required attire for K - 8 students at Friday Mass, as well as for field trips and other special events as notified by school staff.

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