Parent Association: Digital Town Hall, August 20

In an effort to provide a centralized forum for administration to inform parents directly, as well as address questions and concerns related to St. John’s COVID-19 response, the Parent Association will host a digital town hall on Thursday, August 20, at 5pm.  We respect that this is an evolving situation, and Principal O’Leary and Vice-Principal … Continue Reading »

Last Chance to Play St. John Bingo!

Hurry!  Students only have a few weeks left to play St. John Bingo!  Teachers are gathering prizes and are eager to reward students for their hard work this summer.  Remember to choose the bingo packet that corresponds with the student’s grade level from the 2019-2020 school year:  Preschool/Primary Bingo, Intermediate Bingo, Middle School Bingo.  Students can do … Continue Reading »

Jog-a-thon Sponsorship: Deadline August 6

It’s not too late to sponsor the St. John Catholic School 2020 Jog-a-thon!  This fantastic event is a well-publicized cause for your business to sponsor.  Your business name and logo will appear on the t-shirts of over 500 St. John students.  Your business’ generosity will be publicly recognized to our entire community in newsletters, website … Continue Reading »

Parent Association: Call for Volunteers

A pillar of the St. John School philosophy is Fair Share Stewardship.  When families give their “fair share” of time, talent, and treasure, we create a stronger, more vibrant, and connected community.  The Parent Association needs your generosity of time and talent to help our community thrive.  There are still many 2020-2021 PA positions that … Continue Reading »

Summer Learning: Saving Summer Slide

Did your students already power through St. John Bingo – the school’s summer learning guide?  The Office for Catholic Schools is providing another great resource to help students continue to enrich their studies this summer.  “Saving Summer Slide” offers families app recommendations, fun family games that promote learning, and much more.  Check it out and … Continue Reading »