Saint Joseph High School has repositioned itself to celebrate a future filled with a vibrant curriculum, an increasing enrollment, and additional resources to provide financial assistance for our families. As you review the elements of our planning document, please consider investing in our young women and men.
DAILY BULLETIN FOR TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22ND
Student Council will have a meeting tomorrow, Wednesday, September 23 at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Please check your email for the link. If you would like to participate and do not receive the information in your email, please reach out to Ms. McGleam.
A representative from Eastern Illinois University will be on campus (virtually) tomorrow, Wednesday, September 23 during both lunch periods via ZOOM. Stop by and meet Ms. Isabel Garcia. Also, a reminder: Westchester Public Library will be hosting a Financial Aid workshop via ZOOM tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. See Ms. Palumbo or their website for more details.
There will be a theater interest meeting this Friday after school for seniors and juniors and next Friday for freshmen and sophomores.
Calling all veteran cheerleaders and anyone who wants to be a Charger cheerleader. We meet today in the gym at 3:00 p.m, for freshmen and sophomores.
The Nature Club will be holding their first meetings this week to discuss how the club will move forward. Freshmen and sophomores will be meeting on today, Tuesday, and juniors and seniors will be meeting on tomorrow, Wednesday. We will meet at 2:40 p.m. in Room 104 for about 30 minutes. If you would like to join us on Teams, please let Mrs. Palluzzi know and she will send you an invitation to the meeting.
Mission collection donations can be placed in the red jar in homeroom. Please help out twinning school in Africa as your means allow.
An anxiousness over working remotely was felt by many in March as students and teachers abruptly engaged with each other full-time from their respective homes. How to deliver and process course content, interact with one another, exchange assignments and feedback and simulate other aspects of the classroom experience competed for quick answers. But August
As early as his second year in college, Tej M. Singh (far left), St. Joseph High School Class of ’85, had an idea for a groundbreaking device. “I was interested early on in hemodynamic changes, how blood travels through veins and arteries. There were sufficient challenges to locate access points in veins to
Frank Capra, Bugs Bunny, and robots. Connecting these disparate dots leads to Gene Koprowski, Saint Joseph High School Class of 1983. For him, they would all make great subjects for documentaries. Having already won a PBS Telly Award for his production “The Frank Capra Story: It’s A Wonderful Life,” Koprowski, who lived in Westchester while attending St. Joes...