Saint Susanna School, a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence, is a vibrant Ministry of
St. Susanna Parish. Saint Susanna School students are educated, encouraged, and expected to grow in personal faith and witness to Jesus Christ as they maximize their God-given intellectual, spiritual, physical, and moral capabilities.
Follow the link to the left to learn more about Saint Susanna School.
Are You Interested in Serving As a Member of the School Commission?
St. Susanna School Commission
seeks several new members to serve three-year terms beginning this fall. The purpose of the School Commission is to advise and collaborate with school administrators and the pastor about issues related to the quality and mission of the school. Current focuses include supporting the academic mission of Saint Susanna School, identifying and addressing the needs of the school and parish community, maintaining and improving school facilities, and improving communication with current and prospective school families through the school website and Option C.
If you are interested in being considered for a position, please provide a resume and the following information to
by April 15.
- Why are you interested in becoming a member of the School Commission?
- What relevant skills or background would you bring to the commission?
- Describe your experience with Catholic Education.
- What do you feel are the strengths and opportunities of St. Susanna School?
- In what other ways have you participated in the Parish or school.
You will be contacted in late April about the discernment process with interviews being conducted in early May. Please consider becoming a member of the School Commission! Those not ready to take a formal role in the School Commission can consider volunteering to work on one of the active committees within the commission.
Please contact Tim Mohrhaus at the email address above with any questions or to apply for this rewarding opportunity to serve the youth of our parish.