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 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2
There will be a student council meeting on Microsoft Teams tomorrow, Thursday, at 6:00 p.m. If you have not joined a meeting before and would like to join, please email Ms. McGleam to be added.
The Future Business Leaders of America club will hold its weekly meeting today. The meeting will be held at 2:40 p.m. in Room 202 and should last about 40 minutes. This week’s topic is preparing a business plan. You can attend in person or via Teams. If you are not currently a member, you are welcome to join us - please let Mr. Bufalino know so you can get a meeting invite. Any questions please talk to Mr. Bufalino in Room 202.
The Nature Club will be meeting this week today and tomorrow for about 50 minutes in Room 104. If you would like to join us on Teams, please let Mrs. Palluzzi know and she will send you an invitation to the meeting. New members are always welcome.
Juniors and seniors are in person this Friday, December 4. Junior and seniors will begin the day with our Advent prayer service at 8:00 a.m. through Microsoft Teams. Junior and seniors that are remote only, need to join the preayer service at 8:00 a.m. through the link that Ms. Pool emailed. After prayer, students will log into the period 1 class. After prayer, juniors and seniors will follow their academic schedule and be dismissed at 12:00 p.m.
Please donate to the mission collection this week to support our twinning school, St. Joseph, in Ethiopia, Africa.
END OF THE FIRST SEMESTER
Semester exams are 8 school days away. Is all of your work in? And if you need extra help, check out the after-school tutoring help available on the home page of the school website.
When a high school student begins to look forward to senior year, being able to vote is generally not at the top of the list of “must do” accomplishments. Even if it’s a year to elect a president, there’s a good chance that such a momentous event will weigh in behind graduation and prom.