Rice Bowls

CRS_Rice_Bowl_Credit_Catholic_Relief_Services_CNA_1_28_14ALL STUDENTS

BRING IN YOUR RICE BOWLS BY THURSDAY APRIL 17.

Uniform Sale

Schoolbelles begins its Spring Sale  Wednesday, April 16, featuring 10-30% off select warm weather uniform items and accessories such as hosiery, shoes and more. Schoolbelles will be closed April 18 (Good Friday) and April 19 (Holy Saturday).  You can view the complete flyer by clicking Here.

WINNERS!

Winner of the Easter Basket Raffle at the Open House was Andre Kunakowski in Kindergarten.  The school raised $567 through the raffle, which will be added to our Science-Technology Fund. 
Winner of the $50 Giant Eagle card for signing in at the Ope House was Yvette Torres.

Snow Day – Make Up

snow daysAfter reviewing the “Calamity Day Compromise,” which lawmakers have passed, and consulting with the diocese, St. Joseph School will make up its missing schools days as follows:
April 2: every student will be given a “Blizzard Folder” with assignments comparable to two days work.  Assignments must be handed in on Thursday May 1.  They will be graded and points added to the appropriate class. 
Monday June 2 and Tuesday June 3 will be full days for Kindergarten through 8th grade. 
Wednesday June 4 and Thursday June 5 will be full days for Kindergarten through 7th grade.
Friday June 6 will run from 7:30 am to noon for 1st through 7th grade.  Please join us for 9 am Mass with Honors Assembly at 10 am.
8th Grade graduation will Wednesday June 4 at 7 pm.  Kindergarten graduation will be Thursday June 5 at 7 pm.

3.14 It’s Pi Day

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Upper Hall students measured a variety of round objects, especially pies, on Pi Day in Mrs. Manges’ math class.

LENTEN SCHEDULE

lenten-cross-purple_290x430Join us as we observe the Lenten season as a school:
Stations of the Cross Fridays April 4 (led by 7th grade) and April 11 (led by 5th & 6th grades)
Adoration on Wednesdays April 2, 9, and 16
 

Changes at SJS

Some families of upper hall students (6th, 7th and 8th graders) have questions about the changes made to the class schedule and teaching standards.  Have you wondered why classes are an hour long?  Or why there are no more study halls or recess?  And how is the new Advanced Language Arts class different from Quest?  Find the answers to these questions and more by clicking on the pdf here – FAQ 2013-2014

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 CatholicBook.net website.