Read about this week’s JPII Award Recipients Here!
You can find the recipients of this week’s JPII Awards below! These awards give us the opportunity to share the way our exemplify their Catholic Virtues. Temperance – Self Control, Mindful of Others Charity – Generosity, Giving of Time, Talent & Treasure Diligence – Carefulness in Work, Strong Work Ethic Patience – Forgiving, Resolve Problems … Continue reading
Great news! We are starting up our JPII (Pope John Paul II) Awards again this year. These awards give us the opportunity to share the way our exemplify their Catholic Virtues. Temperance – Self Control, Mindful of Others Charity – Generosity, Giving of Time, Talent & Treasure Diligence – Carefulness in Work, Strong Work … Continue reading
2021 Catholic Schools Week Variety Show Sign Up #csw21 The 2021 Catholic Schools Week Variety Show will be live-streamed the afternoon of Friday, February 5th! Auditions will be held Tuesday, January 19th for Grades K-4 and Wednesday, January 20th for Grades 5-8. Auditions will be held in the Music Room after school from 3 pm … Continue reading
Posted 6/15/2020 Director of Enrollment, Marketing and Communications Job Description The School Enrollment, Marketing & Communications Director is responsible for creating and implementing a strategic plan regarding marketing, enrollment, and operations. Areas of responsibility include a wide array of functions and services including enrollment marketing event planning communications social media management The overall effectiveness and … Continue reading
The 100 Day Summer Math Challenge is Back! Students entering first grade through eighth grade in 2021-2022 are invited to participate. We are inviting each St. Joe’s student to complete 100 math challenges in 100 days. Each math challenge has 10 questions so that 1,000 math problems! Most of the questions will be a review … Continue reading
The Rich History of St. Joseph Catholic STEM School St. Joseph Catholic School was built on the backs of Minnesota’s first citizens. The school first opened in the fall of 1860, just two years after Minnesota became a state and just a few months prior to Abraham Lincoln’s inauguration as the 16th president of … Continue reading