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  • Coping with Covid-19: Students are getting used to major changes (read more)

    March Madness took on a whole new meaning when the Covid-19 virus changed the world. St. Joseph High School joined other schools and businesses in suspending operations in mid-March. As of mid-April, there was no specific date in which an all-clear for regular activities would resume. The new norm for

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  • Road Trip: Student ambassadors impressed with DP presentations (read more)

    Four members of the St. Joseph High School Ambassadors organization visited Divine Providence School in Westchester in early March to assist with its seventh grade history fair. The SJHS students, along with their moderator, social studies teacher Vic Zitzer, completed evaluations as they went from one

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  • Chargers present research findings on college campus (read more)

    Eight Saint Joseph High School students recently presented their findings and reflections on the progress of equity in women’s rights, civil rights, and education as part of an online dual-credit American history course offered through Benedictine University. As one of the course requirements, the Chargers on March 3 went to

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