What's new in St. Francis schools

Aug. 28, 2008

Facilities: new snack shack at the St. Francis High School football field

Classes/curriculum: focus on curriculum mapping, kindergarten through eighth-grade writing and classroom management

Teachers: Brooke Shapiro, art teacher, Willow Glen Primary School; Phil Batkins, eighth grade, Deer Creek Intermediate School; Jessee Erickson, school counselor, Deer Creek; Elizabeth Lewis, music, Deer Creek; Jamie Orlowski, special education, Deer Creek; Vanessa Zampardi, special education, Deer Creek; Brandon Blahnikm, social studies, St. Francis High School; Emily Kingsley, special education, SFHS; Daniel Kolesari, math, SFHS; Paul Oestreich, music, SFHS; Shannon Turinski, school counselor, SFHS

Fees: Lunch prices have increased by 10 cents. In kindergarten through sixth-grade, lunches are $1.75 and from grades seven to 12, they are $2.

Policies: Wisconsin Student Immunization Law requires one dose of tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis vaccine (tdap) for student entering sixth , ninth and 12th grades. Two doses of varicella vaccine to prevent chickenpox outbreaks are required for students entering kindergarten, sixth and 12th grades.

Meals: A pilot breakfast program will launch at Deer Creek Intermediate and Willow Glen Primary schools. St. Francis' breakfast program will be offered free of charge or at a reduced price to children in the free and reduced-cost lunch program. Other children will pay about $1.

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