Registration Materials Are Now Available

Beginning February 2, current and prospective families can apply for SPACS tuition assistance and the WPCP (Wisconsin Parental Choice Program/free tuition vouchers).  Both are online applications. Visit the Registration and Tuition page for more information.

Join Us for the 2nd Annual Cardinal Crusade Live Auction and Dinner - April 11!

Please join us to help make this event an even greater success than last year, where over $30,000 was raised. These funds were used to upgrade the new science lab at Pacelli and contributed to our STEM program for all the schools. A great time was had by all! This year there will be boat trips, cabin stays, one-of-a-kind experiences, Disney & Sea World tickets, Father’s Wallet with over $500 worth of items in it and more! Back by popular demand will be our Catch the Cardinal Spirit Cork Game and Pick a Purse raffle, along with classroom projects made by our students and teachers. Please take this opportunity to be a part of this exciting event! RSVP by March 13th with payment and receive $5 off of each ticket!

Contact Deb Sepeda or Dena Barton at the SPACS Office, 715-341-2445, or

Pacelli Lenten Fish Fries are here!
March 6, 13, 27

Check out our “HOME PLATE”! It’s a Home Run!
Your choice of homemade beer batter fish or baked fish, Deep Fried Shrimp Plate or try them both in the Combo plate!
Comes with your choice of baked potato, homemade potato salad or French fries, coleslaw, roll and homemade cake. Parents, we have a Kids Peanut butter or single piece fish option. Under 3 eat free!

Join us at Pacelli or carryout and dine in the comfort of your own home. We will be serving from 4:30-7 pm on Friday February 20, 27, March 6, 13 and 27. To carryout, please call 715-341-2442 AFTER 4:15 pm

JOIN THE FISH FRY CREW! Time to “Batter-up”!
Parents, this is the only FUNdraiser for Pacelli Home & School Association. Last year’s proceeds were used to support student retreats, field trips, and much needed repairs to the FACC bleachers which are used by all of our students! Together we really made a difference for Pacelli last year! Let’s do it again!

Sign up with your friends or family! We promise, it is a lot of fun! Follow the sign up genius link below.
Special bonus: If you or your student sign up to work 3 or more times, you will be eligible to get this year’s edition of the BATTER UP! t-shirt!

Sue Koehl & Tami Fourness, Fish Fry Crew Captains

Upcoming Events

March 16-20: Spring Break
April 3: No School (Good Friday)
April 20: No School (Diocesan Inservice)
April 22: Early Release (Prof. Development)
May 25: No School (Memorial Day)

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Bell Schedule (Subject to Change

The normal bell schedule can be found here. Special schedules are attached to the calendar entry (Click on the calendar entry > more details to view schedule)


  • Pacelli Students Perform on Sunrise 7 A big "Thank You" to Jared Lunt, Maria Studinski, Emily Horgan and Julia Neufeld from    Pacelli Catholic  High School  who performed a song live from the upcoming musical "Godspell"  at Sunrise 7 in Wausau wed morning.   For those of you who missed it the video can be viewed online at WSAW News Channel 7.
    Posted Mar 4, 2015, 7:19 AM by Jeffrey Bushman
  • Several Students Moving on to State Solo and Ensemble Competition Congratulations to all who participated in the Solo and Ensemble Festival on Saturday, February 28.  The choir has 37 events going on to the state festival including all three large groups: the women’s show choir, the mixed show choir and the vocal jazz (chamber) choir.  Of the 37 events 12 received perfect scores from the judges! Below are the results: Perfect scores and going on to state festival: Mariah Studinski-legit solo Jared Lunt- legit solo Austin Konkol-Musical Theater Solo Carleen Barron-Legit Solo Becca Formella-Musical Theater Solo Mariah Studinski-Musical Theater Solo Nicole Congdon-Musical Theater Solo Zach Serafin/Jared Lunt—duet Zach Serafin/Carleen Barron—duet—COMPOSED BY ZACH SERAFIN! Emily, Ally, Maya Horgan--trio ...
    Posted Mar 2, 2015, 5:30 AM by Jeffrey Bushman
  • Friday Night Dinner and a Show! Don't miss a great opportunity to have dinner and watch a show at Pacelli! Be sure to dine at the Pacelli Home and School Association’s fish fry on Friday, March 6 from 4-7p.m. Then, stick around to take in the Opening Night performance of the musical Godspell, at 7 p.m. in the FACC. (Other show times are Saturday, March 7 (also at 7 p.m.) and Sunday, March 8 at 2:00 p.m.). Ticket prices for the musical performance are $8--adults, and $5--students and seniors.  See you at the fish fry, then at Godspell!
    Posted Feb 23, 2015, 10:25 AM by Jeffrey Bushman
  • Europe Trip 2016: London, Paris, Normandy June 13 - June 22 Join Madame Trebs and others on an excursion through London, Paris and Normandy! This tri p will take place in June 2016, but now is the time to register for this exciting opportunity! See flyer and presentation below for more information or contact Marian Trzbiatowski at Cost Savings Extended!!! - To save $200 book your trip before October 1, 2014 by using the Discount code "2016earlybird". Also, if you are considering adding a "stay ahead" or "stay behind" to your trip, but you are not sure on the dates, you should reserve your spot now without checking that option. You have up until January 4, 2016 to add the extension. This will ...
    Posted Feb 2, 2015, 9:52 AM by Jeffrey Bushman
  • Wisconsin Education & Winter Exploration Program SPACS Request for AssistanceThe Wisconsin Education & Winter Exploration program is in its second year in Stevens Point and is a collaborative effort between UW-Stevens Point’s School of Natural Resources, Central Wisconsin Environmental Station, and International Students Office, as well as the Stevens Point Area School District & Stevens Point Area Catholic Schools.This year there will be roughly 30 middle & high school aged children from China who are interested in Natural Resources and the possibility of future study in the US joining us in Stevens Point.  Each Chinese student will be matched with an American student during the school day, who will serve as their “buddy,” helping to acclimate them to American culture and language, as well as ...
    Posted Dec 19, 2014, 7:53 AM by Jeffrey Bushman
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