Personal Background:

Named after Bart Starr of the Green Bay Packers

Worked for the Green Bay Packers

16 years of football coaching experience

Likes spending time with family, reading, sports, cars, driving and the speed of his sports car 

Mr. Bart Demkowicz
Physical Education and Health Teacher


Teaching Background

Began teaching at HFCS in 2016

Currently teaching 4K-8th grade PE and Health

Team Teaching 7th and 8th grade Religion and Social Studies 

Also, teach PE at St. Mary’s/St. Michael’s in Clarks Mills and at St. Gregory in St. Nazianz

Taught in several public school districts as a full-time substitute teacher for 5 years, subbed for PE, Health and all subjects and grade levels 

Taught Summer High Schoolk PE for Green Bay Area Public Schools from 2013-2016

Taught Religious Formation at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in De Pere in 2012-2014 

Supervised Study Halls at West De Pere High School for 9 ½ years


Education Background

Graduated from UW-Oshkosh with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Exercise and Fitness Management and Coaching minor

Master of Sports Science Degree from United States Sports Academy in Sports Management and Sports Coaching

Master of Science Degree in Education from Concordia University Wisconsin in Instruction and Curriculum

Teaching License in Physical Education, Health, Coaching and Alternative Education from Concordia University Wisconsin

What do I value about teaching in a Catholic School?

Teaching in a Catholic school allows me to share my Catholic faith and my love for God with my students so we all can continue to grow spiritually. It allows the integration of faith and academics to come together which benefits the students and staff. 


Why do I believe a Catholic education is important?

A Catholic education is important because it provides a strong academic curriculum, the teachings of Jesus and the word of God for students to develop strong values, character, morals, integrity and faith. 


What do I love most about HFCS?

I love the small school environment, the close knit family feeling, school pride, and the support and involvement of the families. I also love that prayer, the Catholic faith, and students’ success are the cornerstone of the faulty and the school. I am so blessed to be teaching at Holy Family and part of the Holy Family Catholic School family. I am very appreciative to be working with such a helpful, supportive, and caring faculty. God is good, always!