Fr. John Kleinschmidt -
For the last 12 years I’ve been pastor of two rural parishes in the Diocese of Fargo and always loved working with families and children in our faith formation programs. However, I did not have a school, so being involved with a parish Catholic School is a wonderful new opportunity for me.
I actually grew up a half an hour from New London near Oneida, and attended Immaculate Conception Catholic school through the 8th grade.
Mrs. Gorman - My name is Marie Gorman and I am the Principal here at MPB Catholic School. I grew up in Clintonville, where I went to grade school at St. Rose Catholic School. I earned by Bachelor of Arts Degree in Education from Cardinal Stritch College, a Catholic college in Milwaukee. I have taught in Milwaukee, Clintonville - St. Rose Catholic School, and here at Most Precious Blood.
I live near Manawa, with my husband Tom of 19 years, and our 3 children.
I look forward to being a disciple of Jesus and serving MPB Catholic School students, parents, and parish.
Mrs. Hoh -My name is Mary Hoh and I am very pleased to be a part of the MPB Catholic school family as Elementary Principal. I received my bachelor's degree in Elementary Education, as well as, my masters degree in Educational Administration (PreK-12 Principalship) from the University of Wisconsin Superior.
I live in Hortonville with my husband, our three boys and our two dogs. We love being active and outdoors; hunting, fishing, boating, our boys' sport events, and just about anything that focuses on family time together.
I firmly believe that education should focus on each child as a whole, and that includes ensuring our children are brought up with a solid religious base to carry them through life.