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School Supply List
2022-23 Early Childhood (pdf)
2022-23 Chippewa Falls 4K (pdf)
2022-23 St. Charles Borromeo Primary School (pdf)
2022-23 Holy Ghost Elementary School (pdf)
2022-23 Notre Dame Middle School (pdf)
2022-23 McDonell Central Catholic High School (pdf)
COVID-19 Wisconsin Resources
MACS COVID-19 Resource page
Food Pantry Locations
Chippewa County food pantries times and days open as of April 2020 (pdf)
2022-23 System School Calendar (pdf)
Monthly Family Newsletters
February (pdf) |
Gently used clothing is available free at both St. Charles Borromeo Primary and Holy Ghost Elementary. Please call the schools to schedule a time to come browse and take what you need for your family! There are many articles of clothing in several sizes to choose from at both schools.
St. Charles 715.723.5827
Holy Ghost 715.723.6478
Parent and Student Handbooks
Parent-Student handbooks and McDonell courses
Safe Environment (complete before volunteering)
Student Information Sheet (pdf) - Complete for each student
Forms for all levels (complete before student's first day of practice)
State Tuition Tax Deduction
Private School Tuition Deduction (Wis. Stat. s. 71.05(6)(b)49) for your taxes.
Click here for Schedule PS form to send in with your state tax form.
Information needed to complete Schedule PS:
1. Amount paid in tuition.
The State of Wisconsin does not require the school system to provide you with a form stating what tuition was paid in the calendar year. Please look through your paperwork, FACTS, check stubs, etc. to determine what amount you paid in tuition for each child to the school from January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2022.
2. Official name, address and FEIN:
McDonell Area Catholic Schools, Inc.
1316 Bel Air Blvd.
Chippewa Falls, WI 54729-1908
School FEIN number: 39-1032800
The Schedule PS Form will define for you what is tuition and examples of what is not tuition.
Did you know that 529 college savings plans can now be used to pay for qualifying K-12 private education costs?
Click here for more information.
Check with your tax professional to see whether this could be a helpful strategy for you.