News and Information

COVID-19 Resource Page on Website

Our website now has direct access to the COVID-19 “planning page,” by clicking the COVID-19 button on the top right corner of the homepage! As a reminder, this page houses all COVID-19 related resources, including the “COVID-19 Reporting Form” that you are to use to report if your child(ren) feels ill with COVID-19 symptoms, is being tested, or has been exposed outside of school. This page also houses our weekly dashboard numbers update and the Exposure & Symptoms Flow Chart, which guides families through response protocols if your child(ren) feels sick or has been in close contact with a confirmed case.

The pandemic is a fluid situation, so as information changes, we will regularly update this page and encourage you to check back for updates.

If there is something else that would be helpful to have housed on this page, let us know, we are all ears! Contact Chelsea McKay, Marketing Coordinator, at

Extension of the COVID-19 Federally Funded Relief Package “Seamless Summer Lunch Program” for Kindergarten - 12th Grade

St. Mary’s Springs Academy is excited to announce our students (on the Ledge and Virtual) will take part in the USDA’s extension of the Summer Lunch Program.  This Federally Funded Program provides each student a Full Lunch at no charge!  The program will go into effect tomorrow, Friday, September 18, 2020 on the Ledge, and will expire Thursday, December 31, 2020 or until federal funds are no longer available.  If your child(ren) has taken a hot lunch since August 26, 2020, your school account will be credited the total amount spent for a Full Lunch.


This Federally Funded Program is an “all in” support, meaning every single student will be granted a Full Lunch at no charge.  If you prayerfully choose to still “pay” for a lunch, donations are welcome in lieu of a Full Meal charge.  Contact Kristin Zitlow at or 920-322-8006.


Please Note:

  • The free lunch covers a Full Lunch.  Any food purchased beyond the Full Lunch will be charged as normal. ie: student adds another slice of pizza to their Full Lunch, student will be charged for extra slice of pizza at the normal rate.
    • Highschool (9-12): one main entreé, milk and up to four sides (fruit and/or vegetables)
    • Elementary (K-8) one main entreé, milk and up to three sides (fruit and/or vegetables) 
  • The free lunch is available to all students in grades K – 12th whether they are learning on the Ledge in person or virtual (see below for information on virtual lunch pick up).
  • Students will still go through the Point of Sale as normal when getting their hot lunch.


Questions?  Please contact Mary Karrmann at


Food Service for Virtually Learning Students

Food service is available to families who are educating virtually at this time. Families can submit requests, each week, by clicking here.


Please submit your selection, each week, no later than Fridays at 5:00 p.m. so we can process the meals for pickup. On Monday afternoon, between 3:30 to 4:00 p.m. after the buses have left the loading zone, you may drive up to the loading zone/dock area next to Baker Gym and call food service at 920-322-8075 to let them know who you are picking up meals for and they will deliver the meals to the vehicle. You can reach out to Mary Karrmann at or 920 322-8075 if you have any questions or need to arrange a different pickup time.


Caution Food Safety:

Because of perishable items, please make sure your meals are either consumed or refrigerated soon after pick-up.

2020 Soles for Catholic Education Walk!

Catholic school students, parents, teachers, alumni and friends from across the archdiocese will lace up their shoes to participate on Saturday, October 17th, for the 2020 Virtual Soles for Catholic Education Walk.  


Donations made to our team stay right here at SMSA to help us reach our school’s fundraising goal of $5,000.  The impact of your donation will do even more to help our school. Generous Soles Walk sponsors have stepped up to match donations SMSA receives up to $5,000.  


Donate today by texting Soles83 to 71777, or visit and type in St.  Mary’s Springs Academy. Contact Kristin Zitlow at 920-322-8006 or to donate with cash or check.


Thank you for supporting Catholic education.

Final Call for Clipped Box Tops - Last Day to Bring in October 9th

During this challenging time, our teachers and students need more help than ever. No matter what school looks like, Box Tops for Education is a fast and easy way for you to help out from home.  


This is a request for ONE FINAL COLLECTION of clipped Box Tops and to encourage everyone to use the Box Tops app.  The collection form is attached — attached your clipped Box Tops to the sheet — please check to make sure the Box Top has not expired — and bring them back to your home room teacher by Friday, October 9, 2020.  Click here to download the collection form.


The Box Tops program has been around for over 20 years, and it really works. In fact, Box Tops for Education has helped give almost a billion dollars to schools since 1996. Over the years SMSA has participated we have received over $52,420! Last year with the clipped Box Tops and families using the Box Tops app we earned $1,442.  


The Transition from Clipped to Scanned Box Tops.  In 2019, the program evolved to become digital so that you can earn for your school with just the touch of a button.


HERE’S HOW IT WORKS: Buy participating products and use the Box Tops mobile app to scan your store receipt. The app identifies eligible products and automatically adds Box Tops to your school’s earnings online. Even if you’re shopping online or doing grocery pickup, you can still submit your e-receipts and earn Box Tops. Twice a year, our school gets a check!


Your earnings may seem small, but they really do add up. The more people that participate, the bigger the impact we can make. So let’s give our teachers the support they need and help give more kids the opportunity to dream. Little by little, we can help make a big difference.


Blessings to all and for a successful year!


Sherry Holmes, Box Tops Coordinator




Nurse News

COVID-19 Hotline

For your convenience, the COVID-19 hotline number is 844-225-0147


Health information

Respiratory viruses peak in late fall and early spring and it is very important during this unprecedented time to get a flu shot. The Public Health Department will not be on campus this year to administer flu shots. Click here to view the press release from the health department offering flu clinics in the community or call your Primary Provider to make an appointment. Be Well, Stay Well.


2020 Return to School Flow Chart – FdL Health Department

To view the Fond du Lac County Public Health Department’s Return to School Flow Chart, please click here.


National Association of School Nurses (NASN) Videos

For up to date educational videos on hygiene, please click here to visit the NASN website.


Scrip Hours

Scrip Hours

Scrip Office will be open Monday and Wednesday from 8:00 a.m. – Noon, Tuesday and Thursday from Noon – 4:00 p.m.  The Scrip Office will be closed on Fridays.


Can’t make it to the Scrip office during those times? Sign up for the new mobile app, RaiseRight.  Link your account and add Scrip to your mobile wallet. Shop, save and support SMSA on the go.  Click here for information on the app!

From the Office of Kollin Petrie - Campus Ministry Director

SMSA Community Prayer Requests

Do you have any prayer requests you would like us to add to our daily prayers for our Ledger families and community?


Please click here to add as many as you’d like…as often as you’d like. We will pray them all!

(Requests will remain anonymous)

Parents of Athletic Booster Club (ABC) and Performing Arts (PPA) Updates

ABC Update

Thank you for your support!

PPA Update

Thank you for your support!