St. John Sounders Game     Group tickets are available for the Saturday, September 1st 1pm match against Kansas City FC. Create/log into SportsPilot today from the link on our St. John CYO Website.  To buy your tickets just start a registration for any family member on the account and purchase the number of tickets needed. Tickets … Continue Reading »

Jog-a-thon Art Contest

All students in grades PK-7 are encouraged to submit artwork to Señor Pablo or the school office by Friday, June 1. Two designs will be chosen to represent the 2018 Jog-a-thon (one for the t-shirt and one for the poster). Winners will receive a $25 Scrip card of their choice! Artwork should be hand drawn … Continue Reading »

Student Educational Adventures

As of Wednesday, all middle school students are away having special experiences, traditional for this time of year: Grade 8 students travel to Washington, D.C. each Spring and hit the ground running, visiting historic sites and learning about our government and history of our nation. Grade 7 students learn about our beautiful State of Washington, … Continue Reading »

Gr. 1 Celebrates Habitat Day

Students in Miss Feeney’s and Mrs. People’s first grades each chose a habitat of interest to them and have been busy learning about it.  They have now created 3D models to represent their chosen habitats and will display and share information about what they learned. Parents are invited to tour habitat projects.  Students will be showing … Continue Reading »

St. John Receives Donna Pierce Service Award

Service learning has become an integral component in St. John School’s religion curriculum.  Students gain a deep understanding of gospel values through active participation and reflection. Recently, a partner service organization, WestSide Baby, recognized St. John School with the Donna Pierce Service Award. Last year, St. John sixth graders chose to partner with and embrace … Continue Reading »

1st & 8th Grade Buddies Create Homeless Kits

For their Lenten Project this spring, first and eighth grade buddies collected hygiene items and made comfort bags for the Ballard homeless population. First grade mom Kerry Feeman works for Compass Housing Alliance and coordinated an effort to deliver the 125 bags last week. They started in Ballard and continued downtown. Two of the residents … Continue Reading »

Don’t Miss Out!

Kay’s Art Club – space for a few more students, grades 5-8 are available.  Portal closes soon, classes begin on Thursday, March 22.  Link here to register. Debate Club – The registration portal opens Monday, March 19, 7pm.  Our newest extracurricular offering for students in grades 4 and 5 with our own Ms. Martin coaching … Continue Reading »