Principal’s Blog 3.16.2023

Welcome to Spring Break!

We wish you all a restful week and look forward to a busy 4th quarter full of fun events and celebrations. Here is a look at what’s to come:

  • Tuesday March 28: State of the School in the Parish Hall. Pizza dinner will be served. Children are welcome to attend with their parents. RSVP HERE
  • Friday March 31: Living Stations of the Cross
  • Friday April 7: Good Friday (No School)
  • Monday April 10: Easter Monday (No School)
  • Friday April 21: 5th and 6th grade “Mini” Retreat & TVCS Dance at St. Joe’s
  • Friday April 28: Derby Days (celebration for students to celebrate two weeks of testing)
  • Saturday April 29: First Holy Communion for our 2nd graders
  • Tuesday May 2: May Crowning
  • Friday May 5: St. Joe’s Golf Tournament (No School)
  • Friday May 12: St Joe’s FUN RUN
  • Monday May 22: 8th grade graduation mass 1:00
  • Thursday May 25: Last school mass of the year AND last day of the year!

We have something literally every week and we hope everyone can participate as we continue to grow our St. Joe’s community even stronger. We look forward to seeing you at State of the School, an event where we get to share all the great things happening in our school from various stakeholders including: Administration, St. Joe’s School Board, Father Osario and SJPA. Please come share a meal and listen to all the good news!

For our middle school (grade 6-8) next year we will be implementing a block schedule following BK’s model (3 contacts a week). Students will attend their CORE classes in 85-90 minute blocks 2 days a week, and all classes on mass days. Religion and Electives will be held in 45 minute blocks daily.

A huge shoutout to Kendall Mooney and Brittany Scigliano for a fantastic Crab Feed event. Thank you to everyone who came, bid, danced and participated this past weekend.

Randy McCormick, Principal                                                                                              Amanda Kuznia, Assistant Principal

Bravely act like a Saint today!