Early registration has been extended until May 1st. All registrations received before May 1st will pay the early registration fee of $150 per student/$200.00 per family. After May 1st registration will be $175.00 per student/$225.00 per family. Click on Admission to print out a form.
TRACK PRACTICE FOR GRADES 3-8
EVERY MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY
April 12th – School closes at noon for Easter Break
There is no aftercare
School reopens April 24th
May 5 - First Friday, 12:00noon dismissal
There is aftercare available
Rain or shine, Saturday, May 6th 9:30am – 1:00pm
in the school parking lot. For more information please
call Ms. Donna Crowley at(908)245-0569
May 9 – Cafeteria from 7:00pm-8:30pm
(presentations by Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts)
More information to follow
We would like to have girl/boy scouts in our school!
We are reaching out to local scouts.
This can be successful if we have parent volunteers.
If you are interested please call the main office.
May 10 - No School, County-wide
Professional Development Day
May 17 - Organizational meeting for scouts
Information to follow
May 20 - Casino Night
Tickets will be sold for this adult only social event where SJS parents, family members, friends, faculty, staff, and parishioners will have fun while helping to raise money to upgrade the school’s surveillance system. Ticket sales will count towards your fundraising commitment and will be available to purchase on Mon. April 24.During CASINO NIGHT, adults may play casino games for a chance to win prizes while enjoying complementary refreshments. Theme prizes range from $100 - $199 and Super Prizes are valued over $200. Past prizes have been grills, Sporting event tickets, flat screen TVs, cameras, and other favorite electronics. Ticket information will be sent home next week. In the meantime, MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR SATURDAY, MAY 20, 2017 TO ATTEND THIS FUN AND EXCITING EVENT WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY! For more information please call Ms. Donna Crowley at (908) 245-0569
May 25-May 29 - Extended Memorial Day Holiday
May 30-June 2 - Final Exams for 8th Grade
June 5- June 7 - Final Exams for grades 4-7
June 8 – 3rd Trimester Ends
June 9 - Graduation at 7:00pm at St. Joseph the Carpenter Church
June 14 - Honors Breakfast at 9:30am in the school cafeteria
June 15 - Kindergarten graduation at 10:00am in the auditorium
June 15 - Last day of school for students in grades K-7
School dismissal will be 12:00 noon, no after care available
A LONG BUT WORTH WHILE STORY:
AN ALUMNI STORY ACROSS TIME AND MILES
Two graduates from the class of 1940, James Moran and James Ahle had not seen each other since graduating. Both were interested in attending the Centennial Gala held in October 2016. Although neither gentleman attended, both received copies of the souvenir booklet. Mr. Moran's niece did attend the Gala and Mr. Ahle sent a letter to the school saying he remembers James Moran from his class. Through Mr. Moran's niece the two classmates reconnected proving no matter where you move to or how long ago you graduated, you are always a part of the St. Joseph the Carpenter Family. The picture is from this January of Mr. Moran celebrating his 90th birthday with some of his children and grandchildren.
If you own your own business, send in your business card! There is no fee to you. We want others to have an opportunity to do business with you.
WHY THE SMILES AND HAPPY FACES?
These are our 5th grade students along with their teachers, Mrs. Woods and Mrs. Rosenthal. During this Christmas season, our fifth grade students and teachers found a way to give. They ran a school-wide toy drive. Saint Joseph the Carpenter School had a little over 200 toys to send over! We are truly blessed to have such amazing and generous families here. Thanks to them, many children in Haiti will have a gift for Christmas.
We are collecting Box Tops for Education to help raise funds for school. Please look on all packaging when you do your shopping. Simply cut out the labeled box tops and save them on a tally sheet or send them to school in a Ziploc bag. Make sure to write your child’s name and grade; the class that collects the most by the end of May will win an ice cream party.
St. Joseph the Carpenter School Bingo Night
Friday March 31, 2017
our first BINGO in more
than 3 years will return with a special-event
Pocket Book BINGO. Details to follow
St. Joseph the Carpenter School
Annual Casino Night
Saturday, May 20, 2017
This is an enjoyable evening for adults that
will raise funds for our school security system.
Planning will begin right after the holidays.
Details to follow.
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View your child’s progress each week! Every Friday your child goes home with a Friday Folder of all work teachers have graded for the week.
Work includes: homework, class work,
quizzes, tests and projects
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FAMILY COMMUNICATION PLAN
Emergencies can happen at any time. Do you know how to get in touch with your family if you are not together? Please click on the link below for important information.
SAINT JOSEPH ITEMS
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