Catholic Schools Week 2020 is coming January 26th to the 31st. Join us for a great week celebrating our school and our Catholic faith.
We are pleased to present the first-ever 2018-19 Holy Family Annual Report. We encourage you to read its contents and share it with family and friends. We have so much to be proud of at Holy Family.
Holy Family Catholic School is excited to announce new staff additions for the 2019-20 school year. Please help us welcome McKenzie Miller as our new Physical Education, Health and Athletic Director, Taylor Lepak as our new middle school science teacher, and Jane Brzezinski as our new pre-school teacher.
STEVEN GROMALA HIRED AS PRINCIPAL OF HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL
The Green Bay Area Catholic Education school system (GRACE) announces the hire of Steven Gromala to serve as principal of Holy Family School, beginning Aug. 6, 2018. Holy Family is one of the nine GRACE schools.
“Steven has extensive experience as a principal and school leader,” Kimberly Desotell, GRACE president, shared. “He brings a collaborative and energetic approach to education that will move the Holy Family community forward in an exciting direction.”
As principal, Gromala serves as the educational and administrative leader of the school. His first priority is to build relationships with the faculty, staff, families and parish partners, always with the student experience as the focus.
“As an educator, my goal in life has always been to ensure that every student learns at the highest level,” Gromala said. “I am excited to lead the Holy Family community and ensure every student reaches his or her full potential.”
Gromala has 15 years of experience as a principal, most recently at Hortonville Middle School. Additional principal experience has included Wrightstown Middle School, Manawa Middle School, and Ashland High School. He also served as assistant principal, program principal, and social studies teacher.
“I am excited about the educational philosophy Steven brings to Holy Family,” Desotell shared. “His result-focused approach to curriculum ensures all students are challenged and supported.”
Holy Family School serves families in the Green Bay community in partnership with seven parishes within the Diocese of Green Bay. Parish partners include St. Agnes Parish, St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish, Nativity of Our Lord Parish, Annunciation Parish, St. Joseph Parish, St. Jude Parish, and St. Patrick Parish.
Gromala is currently pursuing a Superintendent/Doctoral degree from Marian University. He earned a Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from Marian College and a Bachelor of Arts in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. Gromala holds multiple principal and educational certifications. He and his family are parishioners at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Kaukauna.