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Open House

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Open House             Saint Joseph School

Open House

Will be held on

Sunday, March 15, 2015

From 1:00PM-3:00PM.

 

All are invited!

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March Calendar of Events

Events

March Calendar of Events

2 - Parent Teacher Conferences 6:30pm-8:30pm

4 - Full day of school

6 - First Friday Mass 8:00am / Luck O' Irish due / Student Council Dance Grades 6-8 7:00pm-10:00pm

9 - Grade 8 Banquet / Committee Meeting

11 - Grade 1 Berkely Performance Center

15 - Open House 1:00pm-3:00pm

19 - Saint Joseph Feast Day 8am Mass / Faculty Meeting / No Extra Help today

20 - Macdonald's Anti-Bullying Program Grades K-4

21 - SJPC Annual Auction 6:30pm


23-27 Achievement Tests Grades 2-8


24 - Grade 8 Museum of Fine Arts

25 - Tanglewood Marionettes Grades K-3

26 - NJHS Ceremony 7:00pm

27 - Spring School Pictures

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Seventh Grade Bacteria Growth Lab

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Seventh Grade Bacteria Growth LabThe seventh grade used burners and agar to grow their own bacteria. We melted down the agar with water and created a gelatinous substance. We poured that into a Petri dish and let it set over night. The next day we took cotton swabs and swabbed any surface that has bacteria on it! (Floor, hands, shoes, mouths, etc) They took the swab and swirled it into the gelatinous agar! We put the Petri Dish with the sample in a warm dark place and watched the bacteria grow!


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Seventh Grade and Ipads

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Seventh Grade and IpadsThe seventh grade is busy researching European Explorers as part of their Social Studies Project.  They plan to complete this project this quarter.

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Anti-Bullying Program

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 Anti-Bullying Program

The “Power of One” is a bullying prevention program that challenges students to take an active approach in stopping this behavior.  On November 14th the students at Saint Joseph School were active participants in role playing designed to create scenarios to mirror situations they may find themselves in.  During the assembly examples of physical and verbal bullying were addressed through short skits in which the students were actively involved.  The “dPower of One” program empowers the students to identify what bullying looks like and how they can make a difference in the way they respond to these situations.  Using the “Power of One” they learned to react to bullies by ignoring them, telling them to stop or by telling a teacher.  It was an educational opportunity for our students that raises awareness of such an important issue.   

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February Calendar of Events

Events

February  Calendar of Events

2 - Rescheduled Conferences 
4 - 12:00PM Dismissal / Faculty Meeting 
7 - SJPC Valentine Party (Grades K-5 1:00PM-3:00PM) / Valentine Dance (Grades 6-8 7:00PM-10:00PM Cafeteria) 
8 - Open House for all (1:00PM-3:00PM) 
9 - Luck O' Irish Calendar Drive begins 
12 - International Night (6:00PM Cafeteria) 

February Vacation Week 
14-22 

28 - SJPC Auction (7:00PM Gym)

 
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January Calendar of Events

Events

January Calendar of Events


1 - No School (Vacation)
2 - No School (Vacation)
5 - School Reopens
9 - First Friday Mass (8:00AM)
12 - Grade 8 Banquet and Yearbook Committee Meeting
16 - Builders Club Dance (Grades 6-8)
19 - No School (Martin Luther King Day)
24 - SJPC Trivia Night (7:00PM - Cafeteria)

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS WEEK:

26 - Report Cards Distributed / Conferences canceled due to inclement weather
30 - Catholic School's Week Mass (8:00AM)
31 - Quiz Bowl at Malden Catholic
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Christmas Calendar Winners

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Christmas Calendar Winners

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Third Grade Presents: The Most Beautiful Story Ever Told!

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Third Grade Presents: The Most Beautiful Story Ever Told!

 

On Tuesday, December 16, 2014 grades K-3 put on a beautiful Christmas presentation for the families of St. Joseph School.

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Eighth Grade Egg Drop Project

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Eighth Grade Egg Drop Project

 

The eighth grade embarked on an engineering design project in which they had to build and design a crash pillow that would not only capture but protect a raw egg dropped on to it from ever increasing heights.

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St. Joseph School 2014 Annual Holly Fair

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St. Joseph School 2014 Annual Holly Fair


Holly Fair

St. Joseph School 2014 Annual Holly Fair

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Crazy Hair day at St. Joseph School

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Crazy Hair Day


Crazy Hair

Crazy Hair at SJS

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December Calendar of Events

Events

December Calendar of Events

3     Grade 3 Wax Museum Presentation  8:15-9:15-caf
5     Puppet Show grades PreK & K
5     SJPC Grades N-5 Santa & candy canes 5:30-8pm-caf
8     Feast of the Immaculate Conception
10   12:00 Dismissal-Faculty Meeting
11    SJPC Parent Christmas Paint Party 6:30pm
12    SJPC “FREE PIZZA DAY”
12    Grade 6 field trip “A Christmas Carol”
13    Pre School Open House 8:30-10:00 am
16    Christmas Pageant grades K-3 9am
16    Christmas Concert grades 4-8 11am
19    Student Council Dance 7-10pm grads 6-8
23    12:00 DISMISSAL- CHRISTMAS VACATION BEGINS

SCHOOL REOPENS ON MONDAY JANUARY 5th

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Honor Roll - First Qtr 2014/15

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 Saint Joseph School Honor Roll List

First Quarter Honor Roll 2014
 
 

GRADE 8  

 
Highest Honors
Regan Arbuckle, Ashley Murphy, Kailey Paar, Emily Tan, Mikakyla Williams, Huy Tran, Tenzin Urgen, Francesca Farrell, Stephanie Padilla, Sarah Pendenza, Tenzin Rigzin, Rachel Yore, Rory Carrier, James Mawn, Dylan Phung, Nikolas, Pignone, David Sullo
 

Honors

Megan Frongillo, Shauna Lynch, Kayla Payen, Cameron Erickson, Miguel Youssef, Sarah Forcellati, Kayley Jefferson, Daniela Martinez, Grace Shaughnessy, Michaela Traill, Francescsa Volante, Jeffrey Compere, Matthew Grant

 

Merit

Marcella Luchetti, Antonio Colella, Jeremy Merveille, Ronan Valarese, Moesha Dubuche, Edward Ardolino, Conor Kelly

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Fifth Graders Learn About Conductivity

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Fifth Graders Learn About Conductivity


Sugar Crystals


Fifth grade students learned about conductivity by testing
materials with their firefly circuit. Then they had fun
connecting their firefly circuits together to make one very
large circuit.

Solutions were a huge hit when they grew their own sugar
crystals from a solution of water and sugar. Sugar crystals
became even more fascinating when students observed
them under a microscope and got to eat them in class.
What a sugar rush!

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Columbus Poem Recitation

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Second Graders Columbus Poem Recitation


Columbus Poem

Columbus Poem Recitation
As part of grade 2 learning about Columbus, the students learned the poem “In 1492”. This poem was one element of the second grade Columbus studies. At the culmination of their studies, the 2nd grade was invited to recite the poem for the school over the intercom. The students were delighted to be invited by Mr. Deveney to perform for the school in this way.

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Apple Day

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Second Graders Annual Apple Day


Apple Day

October 2nd was grade two’s annual Apple Day. Thanks to the families who donated apples and terrific parent volunteers, the day was a huge success. The second graders enjoyed rotating to different activity stations where they engaged in apple math, science and language arts exercises.

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November Calendar of Events

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November Calendar of EventsNovember
1 All Saints Day
10 Report Cards
11 Veterans Day-NO SCHOOL
12 Arlington Children’s Theatre grs. 2 & 3
14 Anti-bullying Program
21 SJPC Holly Fair 8am-2:15 students only
21 Holly Fair 5:00-9pm-public
22 SJPC Holly Fair 10-6pm
23 SJPC Holly Fair 9-1:30pm
26 Thanksgiving Mass 8am
26 SJPC Pie Pick Up 12-2pm
26 12:00 DISMISSAL
27 NO SCHOOL
28 NO SCHOOL
30 SJPC Wreath Sale pick up 9:30-1pm

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Severe Weather Project

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6th Graders Project with Mrs. Fiore and Ms. Whitney


6th Graders

Grade 6 projects "SEVERE WEATHER"
Grade 6 students put a lot of hard wok into each of their projects. The 6th grade teachers Mrs. Lauren Fiore and Ms. Christine Whitney are very proud of their students and think their work work is truly amazing! Parents were invited to view these projects and are also very proud.

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Math is Fun

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7th Graders Enjoying Math with Mr. Liacos


7th Graders

The 7th grade enjoyed an activity where they practiced adding negative numbers with M & M’s. They modeled how to combine positive and negative numbers with red and yellow M & M’s.

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Modern Pastry Pie Sale

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2014 Modern Pastry Thanksgiving Pie Sale

Get your orders in - ALL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED BY 11/24/14

 

Order Form

 

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Walk For Education Fundraiser

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Walk For Education

All proceeds support St. Joseph School “Moving Forward Mission” to provide a “contemporary, private academic education grounded in a commitment to character development within a rich Catholic environment.”

 

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2014/2015 Bus Schedule

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2014/2015 Bus Schedule

SAINT JOSEPH SCHOOL A.M. BUS ROUTE

A.M. ROUTE 5
A.M. ROUTE #5 SAINT JOSEPH SCHOOL
7:03 a.m. Middlesex @ Ninth
Riverside Ave. @ Bradbury
Central Ave. @ Spring St.
Riverside Ave. @ Lapham St.
Willis Ave. @ Congress
509 Main St.
Main St. @Bowen
Main St. @ Frederick Ave.
 
 
A.M. ROUTE 11
A.M. ROUTE 11 SAINT JOSEPH SCHOOL
7:15 a.m. 3600 Mystic Valley Pkwy
Elm @ Haines (only a.m. stop)
Park @ Salem
Forest St. @ Water St.
Forest St. & Cedar Rd.
 
 
 SAINT JOSEPH SCHOOL P.M. BUS ROUTE
 
P.M. ROUTE 11
P.M. ROUTE #11 ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL
Forest St. @ Water St.
Boys and Girls Club Forest St. (next to Post Office)
Main St. @ Frederick Ave.
Main St. @ Bow St.
Willis Ave. @ Congress
509 Main St.
489 Winthrop St.
George St. @ Winthrop St.
High St. @ Allston St.
Fulton @ Belle
Watervale Rd. @ Oak Rd. (off Fulton Springs Rd.)
Fulton St. @ Winslow
Central Ave. Pinkert St.
Magoun Ave. @ Spring St.
Park @ Salem
Riverside Ave. @ Lighguard Dr.
Riverside Ave. @ Bradbury
Fellsway @ Fourth
3600 Mystic Valley Pkwy.
           

 

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What's New at SJS

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What's New At Saint Joseph's


What's New

St. Joseph School opened its doors on August 28 for the new school. Joining the St. Joseph’s faculty are Jackie Keating who will be teaching grade two. Grade six math and social studies will be taught by Christine Whitney, and Alyssa Duffy will be teaching grades seven and eight Language Arts. Additionally, teachers supreme Sister Elizabeth and Sister Catherine will remain on staff but in a part time capacity. Their work will involve teaching Religion to grades seven and eight, Liturgical planning and preparation, tutoring reading in the areas of social studies and science and ESL one on one tutoring. We also welcome a new Pastor, Fr. Ed Doughty, who has already shown his excitement about leading a parish with a school. He is joined by Fr. John Swencki and Fr. Paul Sullivan.

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Visit from DA Marian Ryan

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District Attorney Marian Ryan's Visit to SJS


Marian Ryan

DISTRICT ATTORNEY’S OFFICE PRESENTS BULLYING WORKSHOP AT ST. JOSEPH’S
“…never meet anyone you have met on line even if they show a picture or say they know you…’
Student reporters: Peyton Hanley, Grace Shaughnessy and Rachel Yore
Newly elected District Attorney Marian Ryan and her General Counsel David Solet recently visited St Joseph School for a presentation on The Dangers of the Internet and other Technology for 200 students in grades five through eight, their parents and faculty.

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