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, JANUARY 27
ATTENTION All SENIORS
According to the state of Illinois, it is a requirement that you pass the Constitution Test. Mrs. Perez has set up a Teams classroom to help refresh your memory. Please join Mrs. Perez every Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. for study sessions. She has a study guide posted and will assist with reacquainting you with the constitution. If you are unable to attend, please contact her via email and she will set up another time that is more convenient for you. Check to see if your name has been added to the classroom. If not, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Future Business Leaders of America will now meet on Mondays, beginning one week from today. There will be no meeting this week. The next meeting is Monday, February 1. Any student considering a major or minor in business in college or pursuing a career or interest in business should consider being a member of this organization. See Mr. Bufalino in Room 202 for an invite to a meeting or for more information.
The Nature Club will be meeting today both online and in person in Room 104 at 2:40 p.m. for about 45 minutes. If you would like to join us, please let Mrs. Palluzzi know and she will send you an invitation to the meeting. New members are always welcome.
It wasn’t completely built in January 2020, but there was enough there for representatives from four architectural firms from across the country to visit it. The house designed and being built by Gabrielle “Gabby” Foster, Saint Joseph High School Class of ’15, and her fellow graduate students at the University of
On the St. Joseph High School website, fifth-year religion teacher James Johnson lists his greatest interests as “social justice, community building, interfaith dialogue, and integral education.” For each of these interests, Johnson proves daily that he is a man who walks the talk. “By joining the Catholic Church and
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.