STEM Success!

Mrs. Brooke Maciaszek Receives her STEM Certification As a STEM school, it is crucial for our faculty to continually learn… just like our students. One of our Kindergarten teachers, Mrs. Brooke Maciaszek, has done just that. During her tenure at St. Joseph Catholic STEM School, Mrs. Maciaszek has taught in many classrooms but has found … Continue reading

Catholic Schools Week Variety Show Sign Up

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

Positivity Project

Positivity Project: How 15 Minutes A Day Can Encourage Students To Be Their Best Selves A national program, The Positivity Project, has impacted St. Joseph Catholic STEM School in many exciting ways. These short, daily lessons remind students to treat others with respect, empowers them to build strong relationships, and encourages them to become their … Continue reading

2021 Tuition Announcement: Auto-Enrollment

Dear St. Joseph School Families, Welcome to the 2021-22 School Year.  It may seem early, but we are already beginning to plan for next school year.  We are continuing to use “Continuous Enrollment” as we prepare for the next school year.  This process has been put in place for the past two school years and … Continue reading

SJS Students Excel at ACT, Klawitter Shatters School Record (Again!)

SJS Students Excel at ACT,  Klawitter Shatters School Record (Again!) In February of 2020, St. Joseph Catholic School learned that Natalie Meath and Jack Van Nurden, Waconia High School Students and 2016 St. Joe’s graduates, were named National Merit Finalists, a prestigious national award based in part on their college entrance examinations.  Since then the … Continue reading

TWAS – July 10 – Remarkable Together

TWAS (This Week at St. Joseph) – July 10, 2020 Hello everyone, I hope that you had a wonderful 4th of July weekend and that you are staying cool. It has been an absolutely crazy busy start to July for me. Typically, this is the slowest month of the year for a principal – not … Continue reading

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