St. Joseph School Families, Welcome to the 2019-2020 School Year. It may seem early, but we are already beginning to plan for next school year. We are modifying our enrollment process to make things easier for families and staff. The new procedure is called, “Continuous Enrollment”. This new process has already been put into … Continue reading
Choose Wisely As Fr. Stan completes his trip to the Holy Land, I’m humbled to fill in as a guest writer this week. Have no fear, Fr. Stan will be back for next week’s bulletin. The church year is coming to a close next weekend. Over these last two weeks of the church year, we … Continue reading
On Friday, November 2nd, All Souls Day, St. Joseph School students, alumni, parents and staff will be participating in the Annual Minnesota Marathon for Nonpublic Education, a program sponsored by the Knights of Columbus, which we call our Service Rake-a-thon. We start the morning by encouraging all families to attend the 7:00 am Mass, which … Continue reading
Thanks for voting us #1 for the 5th year in a row, Readers Choice Awards 2018! #1 PRIVATE SCHOOL 5 years in a row! #1 PRINCIPAL Congratulations to Mr. Richards! #1 TEACHER! Congratulations to Mrs. Kristi Klawitter – Middle School Math Teacher!
The Wardrobe One day last week I was reading a book in the comforts of my lounge chair at home. My wife Pam was opening the mail when suddenly I heard a loud, “Yes!”. I wondered what she may have found in the mail that caused such a reaction, and so I turned to … Continue reading
Join us for the 3rd Saturday of every month for Middle School Connect! To learn more contact Opal Ehalt at email@example.com. Middle School Connect is for students in grades 4-8 and is a monthly gathering to promote fun and fellowship with friends/family. Upcoming Events: Our next events will be published soon! We are planning for events … Continue reading
All Pro Dad One of my favorite movies is the movie “Dad”. It premiered in 1989 and starred Ted Danson playing an adult son of Jack Lemmon. The plot develops around the relationship that never took place during Danson’s character’s childhood. Now health problems have called him home to be with his ailing and … Continue reading
Perfection, a blessing or a curse? Mr. Richards 09/21/2018 Over the past few weeks I have come across many different thought producing messages that promote a pursuit of perfection. Whether it be in playing a musical instrument, doing a math problem or acting like a Christian we all receive challenges to improve who … Continue reading
The All Pro Dad Commitee meets monthly on the 1st Friday of each month. Dads and their children are invited to attend 7:00 AM Mass with a short meeting and breakfast treats following in the St. Joseph School Media Center (Room 220). https://allprodadsday.com/chapters/10737 For more information, contact Austin Hagen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A brief retreat from the busyness of life for all young families! We will make time to be with God, refresh our souls, and recharge our Spiritual batteries by tackling scripture, sharing real life stories, and enjoying each others company. We hope to send you away feeling calm, supported, and confident in the midst of … Continue reading