Please join our St. Joseph School Home & School Meeting virtually this evening from 6:00-7:30 p.m. We invite all parents/guardians who are interested in becoming involved in school events or want to find out what we are planning for future events. Home & School events may look a little different this year, but we will do everything possible to still feel connected to each other. We love to see new faces, hear new voices, and we welcome suggestions and ideas.
The Gospel of Matthew describes three Wise Men, named Melchior, Caspar and Balthazar, who were told of Christ's birth and set off, following the Star of Bethlehem, to meet the baby Jesus. Each king brought with him gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to represent Jesus' elevated position, divine birth and mortality respectively. Historically, Christmas was celebrated each day from Christmas Eve to the Epiphany, with January 6 being as large a celebration as December 25. The three Kings represent Europe, Arabia and Africa.
Students may wear St. Joseph School logo Spirit Wear or they may wear the colors of Blue & Gold! Shirts must be predominately blue and/or gold. A little bit of one of our school colors on a shirt does not represent dressing out of uniform. Students may wear dress-down pants (jeans, athletic pants or uniform bottoms). Students may wear leggings with a shirt that goes to their middle thigh. All pants must be free of rips and holes. If your child does not wish to wear these colors or SJS logo Spirit Wear, they should wear their school uniform.
All students or staff who donates an item to our Food Pantry Drive for the "Stuff the Bus" Day during Catholic Schools Week may dress out of uniform. Please follow our out-of-uniform guidelines. Please bring your donation to your classroom teacher.
You’re invited to the SCHS Winter Open House - Monday, January 25, 2021
Join us for a special tour of St. Catherine's, including the brand-new STEM labs! With COVID-19 restrictions, things will look a little different this year. We will be scheduling private tours for families that are interested in learning more about St. Catherine's and seeing the school. Teachers will not be in the building, but they have created videos so you can meet the teachers virtually.