Lower Campus - Kindergarten through Grade 5

Please note that supply lists and important forms will be sent out in late-July. For questions, please contact the Lower Campus Main Office during summer hours from Mon. - Thurs. from 8 - noon at (262) 656-7360. 

2017-2018 Calendar At A Glance

SJCA recognizes that the Elementary School years must build a solid foundation for future learning and academic success.  At SJCA, the elementary curriculum emphasizes reading, writing, math, social studies, science and religion, carefully designed in a sequential manner to maximize academic outcomes. Our teachers focus heavily on developing reading skills in both fluency and comprehension. Those strong reading skills are then honed as students not only “learn to read” but “read to learn.”   Likewise, math facts and concepts are taught in many different ways to meet the needs of all types of learners.Students take standardized tests every year which allows our teachers to create a personized instruction for the students.  Classes in Spanish, Art, Music and Gym complement the Elementary School curriculum. Our technology program includes a computer lab, classroom laptops, iPads, and interactive SMARTboards, preparing our students for middle school.

 While building a strong academic foundation is paramount in Elementary School, SJCA also nurtures a robust moral foundation in every student. SJCA stresses the Lancer Value System, highlighting one of the 8 Core SJCA values – Spirituality, Humility, Generosity, Respect, Acceptance, Integrity, Accountability, and Commitment – each month. Moreover, our teachers act as models of faith, with daily prayer, reflection and weekly Mass as an integral part of the Elementary School day.

Parent Association and Necessary Volunteer Forms

The Parent Association consists of parents, grandparents, teachers and administration working together to support our staff & enrich the experience of our children.

Please keep in mind all school volunteers need to complete a session of "Safeguarding God's Children."   Click here to register.  Additionally, any person intending to drive for field trips, athletics, etc. needs to have proof of insurance on file in the BUSINESS OFFICE and have watched the safety video. 

Curriculum Guides

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee has developed Grade Specific Catholic Education Curriculum to identify key religious education concepts for each grade level at the elementary school.  Please click on the links below to view a specific grade.


Upper Campus Laptop Pick Up

Students will need to have their school ID taken, drop off their forms, and pick up their laptop. If a student cannot make it on their assigned date, please contact the main office to make arrangements at (262) 654-8651. All family financial obligations will need to be fulfilled prior to receiving a laptop.


Laptop Pick Up Dates:

Last Names A-L: Thursday, 8/17 from 4 - 7 p.m.

Last Names A-L: Friday, 8/18 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Last Names M-Z: Monday, 8/21 from 4 - 7 p.m.