Kris Kringle Shop

 imagesSJS PARENT CLUB IS SPONSORING THE ANNUAL KRIS KRINGLE SHOP ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5TH!  ‘Tis the season! We will be setting up the Kris Kringle shop in the MPR on Thursday, December 4th. Students will have the opportunity to shop with their classes during the school day on Friday, December 5th.
We are now collecting NEW OR LIKE NEW items to be sold at the Kris Kringle Shop! Please donate any item that can be given as a gift by the children of our school. There is a box in each classroom and office for donations. No item is too small. Please mark “KRIS KRINGLE” on your donation. The deadline for donations is Wednesday, Dec. 3rd. THANK YOU for your generosity!
HELP NEEDED!! We are looking for many volunteers to help set up shop (pricing items & displaying), to assist the children with their shopping, working at the cash register, and wrapping  purchases, and to packing up at the end of the day.  Please click Kris Kringle Shop  to see more details and to volunteer.


Cutting RibbonIt was so good to see so many families, former students and colleagues at the Memorial Mass for Fran Frank on Nov. 11.  Fran’s children and her husband were there to cut the ribbon on the bench dedicated in her honor and to see the tree planted in her memory.  We know Fran would have loved being associated with this national holiday honoring our veterans, to hear us sing patriotic songs, and to see the flag raising.

Uniform Sales

Schoolbelles is having a uniform sale from Nov. 17 through Jan. 7.  Click this link to see the flyer.

Thanks for the Box Tops

Wow – we collected more than 11,000 Box Tops, earning the school $1,141.60!  Special thanks go to those who put Box Tops in the church collection box and to Mrs. Kunakowski for helping to count and package them.  Congratulations to 5th grade for collecting the most Box Tops per student  Here are the totals for each grade: PreSchool 1,477 (29 per student). Kindergarten – 1,435 (43 per student). 1st Grade – 731 (32 per student).  2nd Grade -1,608 (49 per student).  3rd Grade – 1,433 (53 per student).  4th Grade – 967 (57 per student).  5th Grade – 1,474 (67 per student). 6th Grade – 525 (53 per student).  7th Grade – 186 (19 per student).  8th Grade – 206 (21 per student). Church Collections – 1,374.


Nov. 23 – Donna Forman (seller Natalie Groom)
Nov. 22 – Sue Miller (seller Sue Miller)
Nov. 21 – Cheryl & Rick Robinson (seller Noah Lewis)
Nov. 20 – Jim Fawks (seller Julius Rimbert)
Nov. 19 – Jim Harper (seller Bree Dinger)
Nov. 18 – Diane Shullick (seller Ryan Szczepanik)
Nov. 17 – David and Heaven Turner (seller Zavier Phinney)
Nov. 16 – The Solis Family (seller The Solis Children)
Nov. 15 – Heather Mihslet (seller Jonathan Woodyard)
Nov. 14 – Eric and Stephanie Le (seller Ava Kuhlman)
Nov. 13 – Spencer Bradley (seller Caroline Dinger)
Nov. 12 – Faith Shram (seller Carly Pleban)
Nov. 11 – The Dinger Family (the Dinger girls)
Nov. 10 – Eleanor Klekota (seller Karen Casper-Linn)
Nov. 9 – Michelle Crossan (seller Audrey Crossan)
Nov. 8 – Kim Oetjen (seller Gabriel Conyngham)
Nov. 7 – Betty Boone (seller Molly Riley)
Nov. 6 – Denise Lawson (seller Jade Gedling)
Nov. 5 – Sarah Hall (seller Mallory Makruski)
Nov. 4  – Richard Zielenski (seller Xzavier Fletcher)
Nov. 3 – Brittany Wade (seller Tori Hopkins)
Nov. 2 – Kim Oetjen (seller Gabriel Conyngham)
Nov. 1 – Patti Abraham (seller Amelia Abraham)



School Dollars

TargetWant to earn extra money for the school? – Then sign up for a REDcard at Target with their Take Charge of Education project (TCOE)! Target donates 1% of all REDcard purchases made at the store or on their website, and last year St. JosephSchool earned $930.23. In the past 17 years, SJS earned $6,520.75. So far this year we’ve accumulated $1,183.01. That total reflects 53 families signed up for REDcards – just imagine how much more we could be earning if more of our families were part of the program. You can enroll with TCOE and get your REDcard by visiting the website or by calling 1-800-316-6142 – or ask a cashier who can help you get the process started. Since TCOE was started in 1997, Target has paid more than 100,000 schools $324 million, credited to 1.5 million shoppers. And the best news is that the money given to St. Joe’s can be spent any way we need to.

Free Alert

Would you like to get a text message on your cellphone or iPad when the school is closed?  One is available from WKYC for free.  Just go to to sign up for the  text alert and WKYC  will send i-alert notification directly to your mobile device for the school you choose.  Although WKYC cannot guarantee 100% delivery of the text message because of carrier or geographical difficulties, you can still view school closings on the tv or at their website.

Sal & Al’s = $$$

coupon_0fe869d6b0Beginning in October, the second Tuesday of each month will be St. Joe’s  Night at Sal and Al’s!  If you go out to eat that night and let them know you are from our school, Sal and Al’s will donate money back to the school!  Thanks for supporting the school and businesses owned by our parishioners.

Buy Catholic

SHOP CATHOLIC  Buy Catholic books, videos, music, jewelry, gifts and more, and the school will earn cash (up to 10% of your purchase) on over 3,000 items.  Click on the picture to go to the website.