Parents are an integral part of the McDonell Area Catholic School (MACS) community. As the most important educators in children's lives, parents lay the Christian foundation for the educational partnership we incorporate into our curriculum. The partnership between MACS and our families is vital for student success and we are grateful for the valuable role parents play in our community. The MACS parent organizations are a wonderful avenue for parents to get involved by volunteering, serving, and getting to know other families.
If your contact information has changed, please notify the central office by contacting Administrative Assistant Kathy Adams at 715.723.0538 x3301. This would include address, phone, and email for child's records. You can also change your information in the Parent Portal of Infinite Campus.
Infinite Campus is a portal for both parents and student. A login is handed out when a student is first enrolled. Check the portal regularly to keep students on track with assignments, announcements, lunch balances and more. Most of the parent information from the school is sent electronically. MACS news is sent at least once a week and includes upcoming events and a monthly newsletter. If you are not receiving the news or other MACS related emails, please send your name, student's name, and grade to Cathy Greenseth, Director of Communications (Email).
SignUp - VolunteerSpot
SignUp (formally known as VolunteerSpot) is a scheduling service our school system and parent organizations utilize to organize volunteers for an event. Volunteers login with their email and then choose the date, event and duty they would like to perform. Notifications about the event and reminders will be sent through email.
Student Council have poinsettias available for purchase and pick up at McDonell Central Catholic High School. Plant [ ... ]
Student Council have poinsettias available for purchase and pick up at McDonell Central Catholic High School. Plants are $11 each and come in red, white, and pink! Hours 8:00-3:00
In the darkness, we light a flame of hope. May it dance not only upon our Advent wreath, but within each of our hearts a [ ... ]
In the darkness, we light a flame of hope. May it dance not only upon our Advent wreath, but within each of our hearts as well. Hope is the flower that blooms from the ground of faith. And so, with joy, we keep the tradition of ages past as we encircle our Advent wreath with love and prayerful expectation. May this Advent season bring us a new birth of hope in the ancient promises of God. Amen
Bishop Callahan asks us to prepare this Advent season by reading the scriptures and considering stepping into the season [ ... ]
Parents raising children of any age Check out the TWL blog with several links to help with parenting. Sign [ ... ]
Aly H. Lexi, Vi McMahan, Annette Hunt, Susie Ortmann, Mike Deetz, those struggling with everyday needs during [ ... ]
Aly H. Lexi, Vi McMahan, Annette Hunt, Susie Ortmann, Mike Deetz, those struggling with everyday needs during the pandemic, all MACS students, families, staff, and alum.
For the repose of the soul of Margaret Glose, Chris Cook, Jon Larson, and all the faithful departed, may they rest in peace.
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