St. Norbert Catholic School opened with classes in grades Kindergarten through 3.
The staff consisted of Sr. Rosalie Wisneski, OSF, as the first principal, Fr. Jim Schaefer, pastor, and a full time staff of 4 teachers.
A 4th grade was added as well as an additional 1st grade. It was the goal of the parish to continue this pattern of growth until the school had double classrooms for grades K-8.
(Aug) Sr. Agnes M. Keena, BVM, became the second principal of St. Norbert.
At this time the school had classes in grades K-6 with double classrooms of grades K-3.
A new church was dedicated on November 29, 1992, and the original church was renovated into a parish hall with additional classrooms which opened in September 1994.
(August) Ribbon cutting ceremony for new additional classrooms in renovated original church opened
(May) First class graduates
(June) Mrs. Pamela Gilbert became the third principal
(October) Technology center opens and is dedicated as Turek Technology Learning Center
School expanded to include a preschool for ages three and four
(November) Dedicated Sr. Rosalie Supenski, OSF Memorial Library
Students from St. Sabina Parish joined the school
K-8 classes are held at St. Norbert facility
Preschool classes are held at St. Sabina Facility
St. Norbert helps form Northeast Deanery of Federation of Catholic Schools
Celebrate 25th anniversary
Celebrate 30th Anniversary and last year as St. Norbert School.
The school currently serves approximately 175 families, 246 students in K-8, and 20 students in the preschool. Enrolling now for Fall 2018- All Saints Academy at St. Norbert Campus. www.allsaintsacademystl.org.