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All Saints School was built in 1958.  The land for the school was purchased by Louis Kriwanek and Charles Rasmussen.  The following sisters from Bay Settlement started at the school.  The sisters were members of St. Francis of the Holy Cross:

  • Sister Juliana, Principal (Grades 7-8)
  • Sister Lucy (Grades 5-6)
  • Sister Elizabeth (Grades 3-4)
  • Sister Theophane (Grades 1-2)

Mrs. Dolores Loberger was also called to serve as one of the first lay teachers of the school.  She taught for eight years and had forty-nine students in her third and fourth grade class!  Mrs. Loberger remembers that the students attended mass every morning.  Father Dionne came in once a week to teach Religion.  Mrs. Loberger was also the very first teacher at All Saints to have a radio in her classroom.  The radio was built by one of her own students, Jim Lacenski!

Mrs. Loberger has cherished her eight years in Catholic education.  She believes that many aspects are gained by attending a parochial school, including the fact that students will gain a lifelong learning of Christian values.  She also believes that education and faith go hand in hand.

Kindergarten was added to All Saints School in the school year of 2002-2003.  Four year old kindergarten was added in 2005-2006.   Many "Specials" were added to the school day to provide the students with extra opportunities.  Music class was added in the 1990-1991 school year, Spanish in the 1991-1992 school year, and Technology in the 2002-2003 school year.

In 2003, a new addition was completed on our school.  The addition included a spacious media center, activity center, as well as handicapped bathrooms and additional storage area.  The media center is home to an expanded library and computer lab.  A memorial donation was made in honor of Jolene Stedl, wife of Tim Stedl, who was killed in a car accident.  The Media Center bears her name in the etching above the door.  The activity center serves as a gymnasium and auditorium.

 

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