St. John the Evangelist School is a fully accredited, private, Catholic school offering students in four-year-old kindergarten through sixth grade a welcoming, respectful, and challenging faith-based academic environment. The school is governed and in a large part funded by St. John the Evangelist Parish.
St. John’s School has been in operation since 1949. The school is located near the main thoroughfare of Spring Green. The area consists of scenic hills, valleys, the Wisconsin River, and numerous tourist attractions.
Bus transportation is provided through the River Valley School District.
St. John's Faculty
St. John’s motto – “We’re more than a school…We’re a family” can be felt as soon as you walk in the door and meet the people inside. That is why Mrs. Feigl absolutely loves coming to school each and every day to work with such an outstanding, caring staff and tremendous students. Before joining St. John’s, Mrs. Feigl taught third grade for 18 years in the Sauk Prairie School District. She received her bachelor’s degree from U.W. Platteville in elementary education and a Master’s Degree in Teacher Leadership from Silver Lake Catholic College.
Mrs. Feigl believes that children are gifts from God and she will help each child that enters St. John's grow spiritually, academically and emotionally. She is committed to upholding St. John’s Mission Statement. “St. John the Evangelist School aims to create an environment that promotes academic excellence where all students learn and live through instruction, liturgy, and service in the tradition of the Catholic faith.
Ms. Wade received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education from the University of Minnesota, Morris. She has been teaching at St. John’s since 2009 and started the 4K program in 2010. Her previous experience is five years in first grade and two years in kindergarten. She feels very grateful to be teaching at St. John's as it has a warm and inviting feel to it.
She has a caring classroom where students learn, explore, grow and have fun. It brings her joy to see the children's independence and self-confidence develop through learning and play.
Mrs. Lundin is a native to Spring Green and has been a Kindergarten teacher at St. John's since 2015. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Early Childhood Development at UW-Platteville. She feels truly blessed to be able to teach children not only to read but to build a relationship with God.
Mrs. Lundin's children attend St. John's and enjoy the small class sizes and additional attention. In her free time she enjoys reading and spending time with her family outdoors.
Mrs. Haas has been teaching at St. John's since 2010. She came to St. John's with six years of prior teaching experience. Mrs. Haas earned her Bachelor's Degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin Platteville.
Mrs. Haas believes in the values taught at St. John's School. She is able to witness the values of faith, family, and education through her four children as they attend St. John's School.
Mrs. Olson received her Bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from UW Platteville with a minor in Early Childhood. She was a preschool teacher for two years before she was hired at St. John's in 2014. One of the many blessings of being a second grade teacher is that Mrs. Olson has the opportunity to watch her students go through First Reconciliation and First Communion. "I am honored to be a part of my students' faith and to help them follow God's path as they grow with his love."
Mrs. Bayer received her bachelor's degree in Elementary Education from UW-Whitewater. She previously taught 1st and 5th grade before joining the St. John's family as the 3rd grade teacher in 2020. She enjoys getting to know each of her students and nurturing their curiosity. Mrs. Bayer's mission is to help all of her students develop a passion for lifelong learning, with faith at the center.
Miss Haas has been teaching fourth grade for the past six years at St. John’s School.
She grew up and currently lives in Sauk City, Wi. She attended the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, where she received her degree in Early Childhood - Elementary Education in 2014.
She loves the small class sizes and the family environment at St. John’s. As a teacher it gives her a chance to really know her students’ strengths, weaknesses, and interests.
Some of Mrs. Greenwood's earliest memories are of singing and dancing and putting on shows for the neighbor kids. She started taking piano lessons in third grade from Pansy Mae Smith, her music teacher at school. Little did she know she would be following in her footsteps. By high school, she was playing the organ at church and accompanying the choir. She attended college at North Central and University of Illinois. Her most rigorous training came with raising seven children. When they grew up, she realized her calling was making music with children. She counts it a privilege to work at St. John’s.
Mrs. Druckrey attended Concordia University in Wisconsin where she majored in Early Childhood Education and Spanish and minored in Ceramics. She traveled abroad for 1 semester to Segovia, Spain and 1 semester to Oviedo, Spain. She then completed her courses while teaching Spanish at Elm Grove Lutheran School.
After graduating from college, she worked for the Milwaukee Public School District for 11 years where she taught bilingual 4k and 1st grades. During that time, she also completed Masters Level classes for Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Bilingual Education to earn her Bilingual Certification.
Mrs. Druckrey moved to Spring Green 6 years ago with her family. Since moving, she has been a substitute teacher in various RV schools until coming to St. John's. She currently has one daughter attending St. John's and looks forward their youngest daughter attending.
I grew up in the Rio Grande valley and I graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a bachelors degree in 2019. I am a certified Physical Education Teacher and it has always been a passion of mine and a blessing to teach children physical activity.
I teach physical education because I want students to know that there are ways to have fun while still being physically active.
I moved to Wisconsin to teach at St. John so I can share the same fun experience I’ve always had in P.E.