Come Meet the St. John's Family

We are St. John's, and we are family! Our school is not just about children learning in the classroom. We extend that learning to families as we offer family-focused activities throughout the year.  Learning also occurs through volunteer opportunities.  Our Parent Partnership Organization, fundraisers and community events help support and promote the mission of St. John's. Both parents and their students are encouraged to participate in these activities.


Please contact the office for current year enrollment information, 262-334-3077. Enrollment for the 2021-22 school year is open now. The best way to learn about St. John's is to visit. Please click on the Request a Consultation to schedule a virtual visit and meeting with Mrs. Nicole Janisse (Infants-K4) or Mr. Jim Van Dellen (K5-8th grade).


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Providing Quality Education during the Pandemic

After the spring of 2020 when our students learned virtually, our administration committed to having students and teachers in face to face instruction for the fall of 2020.  Using guidance from local, state and federal agencies, we are following specific protocols to keep our staff and students safe, as well as remaining in the classroom. Here are a few of our practices that have enabled our classrooms to continue in face to face instruction.

  • Cohorts

    Once students arrive on campus, they remain in their class cohort during the school day.  Limiting the mixing of students from various classes allows us to easily contact trace if a positive test is reported.  This has also limited the number of students who need to be quarantined or isolated.

    This practice was also used as we planned the basketball season for grades 3-8.

  • Masks & social Distancing

    Masks are not an easy habit for any of us, but our students are doing a great job following this requirement.  We also have positioned individual desks in all of our classrooms so the students are at a safe distance from others. These protocols are also followed during our weekly chapel worship. 

    Our teachers also make time outdoors a priority.  Kindergarten through 4th grade classes are outside at minimum twice per day to take a break from masks.

  • Positive family & Staff RElationships

    Navigating all of these changes could not work without the partnership between parents and staff.  Our families have been diligent to be aware of their student's health and communicating with us when a close contact has been identified.  And, our administrator has been diligent to notify our families when a positive case has been identified.